Sally Mann: A Thousand Crossings now on view at The National Gallery of Art in Washington (USA) is the first exhibition to encompass the full range of work by a woman photographer in the history of the Museum. Not since the 1987 Georgia O’Keeffe Centennial Exhibition and the 1992 Käthe Kollwitz’s retrospective has the work of a woman artist been...
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