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Candy Cigarette by Sally Mann (1989). Candy Cigarette, from her honest and controversial series Immediate Family, captures one of her three children, Jessie (now a model and artist), in a defiant and self-aware pose, staring down the lens at her mother, holding bubblegum cigarette.

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from Dazed

Are these the most controversial photography books ever?

KOHEI YOSHIYUKI – THE PARK MARY ELLEN MARK – STREETWISE MOMO OKABE – DILDO PHILIP-LORCA DICORCIA – HUSTLERS SALLY MANN – IMMEDIATE FAMILY NAN GOLDIN – THE BALLAD OF SEXUAL DEPENDENCY NOBUYOSHI ARAKI – TOKYO LUCKY HOLE IKKO KAGARI – PERVERT RUSH LARRY CLARK – BERLIN Steven Meisel, Madonna Sex

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from nytimes.com

What Remains: The Life and Work of Sally Mann - TV - Review

“What Remains: The Life and Work of Sally Mann” showing on Cinemax Wednesday, is one of the most exquisitely intimate portraits to appear on television in recent memory.

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Sally Mann on photography, 'Hold Still' With the publication of her third book of pictures, "Immediate Family" (Aperture, 1992), Sally Mann leapt from relative obscurity to a level of national celebrity that only a handful of photographers have ever achieved, in this case mostly unwanted. The book included, among other pictures, several... http://www.chicagotribune.com/lifestyles/books/ct-prj-hold-still-sally-mann-20150604-story.html

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