At Twelve is a composite portrait that is both universal and intimately personal. As Ann Beattie writes in her perceptive introduction, These girls still exist in an innocent world in which a pose is only a pose--what adults make of that pose may be the issue. Sally Mann's work is in the collections of major museums across the country. “Haunting black-and-white studies of children, shown here as surprisingly sensual and often distant beings, the magical keepers of some obscure and vaguely frightening secrets.”
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Sally Mann has exhibited and taught nationally. Her work is in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Chrysler Museum, the Corcoran Gallery, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and other major collections around the country. She has received grants from the NEA, the NEH, the Friends of Photography, and the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation. Her first book was Second Sight. She lives in Virginia with her husband and three children who are the subject of Immediate Family (Aperture, 1992). In July 2001, Time magazine named Sally Mann "America's Best Photographer."
Ann Beattie, a preeminent writer of her generation, has written several books, including the novels Chilly Scenes of Winter and Falling in Place; the short-story collections Distortions and Where You'll Find Me; and Alex Katz, a monograph of the painter's work.
"Haunting black-and-white studies of children, shown here as surprisingly sensual and often distant beings, the magical keepers of some obscure and vaguely frightening secrets."--Karen Lipson, Newsday
"Sally Mann's photography is a clear pane...not intrusion, but revelation. These young women distill something for the eye...something beautiful and sad and moving, something purely female."--Diane Sawyer
"Sally Mann is the real thing. Just look at these photographs! At Twelve is an American classic."--Annie Dillard
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Descripción Aperture, 2005. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P11089381296X