Still Time

Photographs by Sally Mann

January 29 through
March 14, 1999





Sally Mann, American, born 1951
At Charlie's Farm, 1990,
Gelatin silver print, 20 x 24"
Sally Mann,
courtesy Edwynn Houk Gallery

A resident of Lexington, Virginia, Sally Mann is considered by many to be one of the leading photographers today. Photographing in the innocent/uninnocent Eden of her lush hometown with a century-old 8 x 10" view camera, Mann has created a tenderly aggresive romanticism, which combines "old-fashioned" magical emotion, mystery and allegory, with present-day reality and toughness.

Still Time ia an expansion of an earlier traveling exhibition of Mann's photographs. It represents both the variety and the unity of her color and black-and-white work over a twenty-five year period. Dream sequences, landscapes, portraits of women and adolescents, near abstractions, and densely graceful psychodramas of her family demonstrate what Mann in one of her own poems has called "this terrible heart: creator of angels and demons."

First Friday Exhibition Reception
Friday, February 5, 5-7 pm
in the Museum

Lecture
by Sally Mann

Saturday, February 6, 10 am
Campbell Hall 153
Cosponsored by the
McIntire Department of Art
Gallery Talk
by Stephen Margulies
curator of works on paper

Sunday, March 7, 2 pm
in the Museum


Images and Text Copyright, 1997
The Rector and Visitors
of the University of Virginia
Charlottesville

Bayly Art Museum
University of Virginia, Rugby Road
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
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