Sally Mann

BIOGRAPHY

1951-

Sally Mann’s photographs are statements of time, place and character, exemplified most notably by her pictures of her prepubescent children, which were defiant in both facial expression and their use of nudity.  Shot with an 8 x 10 large-format camera, Mann’s portraiture is now included in the permanent collections of The Museum of Modern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Corcoran Gallery of Art, among others.  Mann has published At Twelve: Portraits of Young Women (1988); Immediate Family (1992); Still Time (1994); What Remains (2003); and Deep South (2005).  She was named Photographer of the Year by Time (2001).