What Remains by Sally Mann
Artist(s): Sally Mann
Year published: 2003
Total Pages: 132
Illustrations: Illustrated in colour and black and white throughout
1 in stock
Internationally acclaimed artist, Sally Mann, named ‘America’s Best’ photographer in 2001 by Time magazine, offers this deeply felt meditation on morality. Renowned for her controversial study of childhood and child sexuality, in which she photographed her own children in the nude, this new body of work takes the form of a five-part meditation on mortality, focusing on the divide between body and soul, the means by which life takes leave of this earth, and the manner in which it rejoins it. By turns shocking and sublime, this will be the year’s most exciting photography book.
Near fine book in very good dust jacket. Some minor shelfwear and creasing to dust jacket. Pages clean and unmarked.