Sally Mann is an American photographer living and working in the South of the US. Much of her photography is leashed to her family's land in Virginia, though her bodies of work are explorations throughout the South.
Mann has explored topics ranging from youth, landscape, death, decay, and geography.
i would like to have a mantra that encompasses my philosophy and exhibits me well for this box, but i dont seem to. in lieu of something concise and thought provoking, ill just tell you that i take pictures and love talking about photos. im interested in the kinds of thoughts that others have in orde
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According to photographer Cindy Sherman, "The male half of society has structured the whole language of how women see and think about themselves." In "Untitled Film Stills" (1977-1980), Sherman featured herself in various guises that resemble stock characters from Hollywood melodramas, providing a Po