«I want to please…and be pleased.»
Sally Mann HonFRPS born May 1, is an American photographer, widely known for her large-format, black-and-white photographs—at first of her young children, then later of landscapes suggesting decay and death. Born in Lexington, Virginia , Mann was the third of three children. Her father, Robert S. Munger, was a general practitioner , and her mother, Elizabeth Evans Munger, ran the bookstore at Washington and Lee University in Lexington. Mann was raised by an atheist and compassionate father who allowed Mann to be "benignly neglected".
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Unpicking the controversy behind Sally Mann’s iconic photos of her children
Sally Mann - Wikipedia
This cover story appeared in the magazine on Sept. While her mother and father conversed with friends and admirers, Jessie orbited the four rooms in her red dress, fielding questions from strangers eager to know more about her parents. Beneath a portrait of himself in the water, Emmett shrugged off the stares and expressed a typical teen-age frame of mind. All three seemed unconcerned by the fact that on the surrounding white walls they could be examined, up close, totally nude. The Mann children have endured scrutiny for some time now.
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The Disturbing Photography of Sally Mann
Immediate Family is a photography book produced in by Sally Mann. The book was published by the international quarterly journal Aperture and is made of 65 duotone portraits. Thirteen of the images show nudity, while three show minor injuries, Jessie with a cut and stitches, Emmett with a nosebleed, and Jessie with a black eye.
Her three kids, Emmett, 12, Jessie, 10, and Virginia, 7, ran around the space, delighting the gallery goers. Mann had spent years making a living as a local photographer in Lexington, Virginia, outside the art centres like New York. But her art of extraordinary depictions of everyday life would soon gain national attention with the publication of her book, Immediate Family , and later spark the outrage of preachers, politicians and pundits. The power of a Sally Mann photograph comes from making public what is normally private.