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Blog do escritor Luís Soares

Sally Mann

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Deep South, Untitled (Scarred Tree), 1998

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Bean’s Bottom, 1991

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Bloody Nose, 1991

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Hephaestus, 2008

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Cherry Tomatoes, 1991

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The Two Virginias #4, 1991

 

From the NYRB:

Do the landscapes that we inhabit have a memory of us after we disappear? Does something of us remain caught in the branches, entangled with the grass? Do faces hold memories of their past and a hint of their future? These are some of the questions raised by a haunting exhibition of photographs by Sally Mann, which demonstrates that beauty can exist in the ruins of a destroyed building, a landscape overgrown with weeds, a familiar body made foreign by illness.