Sally Mann: Related Content
The first major survey of celebrated photographer Sally Mann '73 to travel internationally investigates how Mann's relationship with her native land–a place rich in literary and artistic traditions but troubled by history–has shaped her work.
Remembered Light, the newest show from photographer Sally Mann '73, will open at Gagosian Gallery in New York City on September 22nd. The show was inspired by her friendship with artist Cy Twombly, who passed away in 2011. The show includes "intimate and elegiac images, some with just the play of light on the wall and floor of [Twombly's] emptied studio."
An excerpt adapted from renowned photographer Sally Mann '73's forthcoming memoir, Hold Still: A Memoir With Photographs, was published in The New York Times Magazine. The piece recalls the mixed reaction to her 1992 book of photographs, Immediate Family, which included controversial images of her children. The memoir is a "testimony to photography’s power to evoke tender, lucent portraits of the past," according to a review in Kirkus.