Sally Mann has always remained close to her roots. She has photographed in the
American South after the 1970s, producing series on portraiture, architecture,
landscape and still life. She is perhaps best known for her evocative and resonant
landscape work in the American South and for her intimate portraits of her family, her young children and her husband. Her work has attracted controversy at times, but it has always been influential, and after her the time of her first solo exhibition, at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., in 1977, she has attracted a wide audience. [+]
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