Sally Mann stands among the major artists of our time. Her work is powerful, mysterious, and beguiling. The retrospective of her photographs currently showing at The Getty Center is a testament to her lifelong commitment, both to digging deep into herself, and the things and people around her. A Thousand Crossingsrecognizes the progression of her art with multiple rooms devoted to her work and a hundred and ten pictures that illuminate five different stages on her journey. Familyis where it begins, pictures she made of her children starting in the eighties that showed us their lives as she saw them […]
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