Sally Mann

Sally Mann is one of the most influential and acclaimed photographers of the past twenty years. She has been the subject of two documentaries: Blood Ties (1994), which was nominated for an Academy Award, and What Remains (2007). Books of her photographs include At Twelve, Immediate Family, Deep South, and What Remains. A Guggenheim fellow and a three-time recipient of the National Endowment for the Arts fellowship, Mann was named "America's Best Photographer" by Time magazine in 2001. She lives and works in Lexington, Virginia.


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Sally Mann is one of the most influential and acclaimed photographers of the past twenty years. She has been the subject of two documentaries: Blood Ties (1994), which was nominated for an Academy Award, and What Remains (2007). Books of her photographs include At Twelve, Immediate Family, Deep South, and What Remains. A Guggenheim fellow and a three-time recipient of the National Endowment for the Arts fellowship, Mann was named "America's Best Photographer" by Time magazine in 2001. She lives and works in Lexington, Virginia.