Sally Mann
1951–

Introduction

Sally Mann HonFRPS (born Sally Turner Munger; May 1, 1951) is an American photographer known for making large format black and white photographs of people and places in her immediate surroundings: her children, husband, and rural landscapes, as well as self-portraits.

Wikidata identifier

Q256434

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Introduction

Known for her large-format photographs of children and the American South made using the wet collodion process to create glass plate negatives.

Country of birth

United States

Roles

Artist, photographer, publisher

ULAN identifier

500105206

Names

Sally Mann

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