A detailed look at Sally Mann's "Southern Landscape" with 11 bound and 3 loose (signed) prints. The prints are platinum, palladium and gold. John Stauffer wrote the accompanying text giving a historical context for each of these never before published photographs.
"Living in the South means being both nourished and wounded by the experience. To identify a person as a Southerner is always to suggest not only that her history is inescapable and profoundly formative, but that it is also imperishably present. Southerners live at the nexus between myth and reality where that peculiar amalgam of sorrow, humility, honor, loyalty, graciousness and renegade defiance plays out against a backdrop of profligate physical beauty." - Sally Mann