Mann's Photographs on Exhibit at Bayly Art Museum
29, 1999 -- The Bayly Art Museum presents the exhibition
"Still Time: Photographs by Sally Mann," Jan. 29 through March 14.
exhibition displays a range of Mann's color and black-and-white
photographic work produced over a 25-year period -- dream sequences,
landscapes, portraits of women and adolescents, near abstractions
and graceful psychodramas of her family.
of Lexington, Mann is considered by many to be one of the leading
photographers today. "Photographing in the innocent/uninnocent Eden
of her lush hometown, using a century-old camera," Mann has created
a tenderly aggressive romanticism, which combines old-fashioned
magical emotion, mystery and allegory with present-day reality and
toughness," says Stephen Margulies, curator of works on paper at
will attend a First-Fridays reception in her honor on Feb. 5 from
5-7 p.m., open to the public. She will also present a slide talk
on her work Feb. 6 at 10 a.m. in Campbell Hall, cosponsored by the
McIntire Department of Art and made possible in part with Arts Enhancement
funds from the Office of the Provost.
addition, Margulies will give a gallery talk on Mann's work March
7 at 2 p.m.
at the Bayly are Tuesday through Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m.
information, call Margulies at 924-4323.