17.10.2007 - 6.1.2008






The US photographer Sally Mann (1951) is known for her intimate and mystifying black and white pictures. She often finds her subjects from her own life and surroundings. The exhibition will present pictures from three series. Her controversial series Immediate Family (1992), which includes nudes of her children, was her breakthrough to fame. Deep South (1997) is a declaration of love for the beauty of America’s Deep South. The themes of the series What Remains (2003) are death and temporality.

The exhibition’s producer is Stockholm’s Kulturhuset.

Lasipalatsin Mediakeskus Oy ©2001 1.10.2007


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