Sally Mann is an American photographer. She first achieved prominence with a one-woman exhibition at the Corcoran Galley of Art, showing surrealistic images. Her work has stimulated controversy beginning with her second published collection, “At Twelve: Portraits of Young Women”, and later with “Immediate Family”.
Mann?s photographs continue to be shown in and collected by most major American art galleries and museums. A recent collection of work, is entitled “What Remains”. Her works are included in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Corcoran Gallery of Art, among many others. “Time” magazine named Mann its “Photographer of the Year” for 2001. Photos she took have appeared on the cover of “The New York Times Magazine” twice.
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