8:30 AM – 12:00 PM
(Exhibit Hall, Salons A–F)
Session Chair: Ray Knox
Remembered Light: Cy Twombly in Lexington (Abrams Books, 2016)
Hold Still (Little, Brown and Company, 2015)
Southern Landscape (21st Editions, 2013)
The Flesh and The Spirit (Aperture, 2010)
Proud Flesh (Aperture & Gagosian, 2009)
Sally Mann (Faces) (Gagosian, 2006)
Sally Mann: Photographs and Poetry (21st Editions, 2005)
Deep South (Bulfinch, 2005)
What Remains (Bulfinch, 2003)
Still Time (Aperture, 1994)
Immediate Family (Aperture, 1992)
At Twelve (Aperture, 1988)
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Mann's seventh book, Proud Flesh , published in 2009, is a study taken over six years of the effects of muscular dystrophy on her husband Larry Mann. Mann photographed her husband using a cumbersome process that dates back to the 1850s. A collodion wet plate, creating a large formatted negative image on film not glass.  As she notes, "The results of this rare reversal of photographic roles are candid, extraordinarily wrenching and touchingly frank portraits of a man at his most vulnerable moment."  The project was displayed in Gagosian Gallery in October 2009.
Carotenes are converted by the action of bile salts, and very little bile reaches the intestine when a meal is low in fat. The epicure who puts butter on his vegetables and adds cream to his vegetable soup is wiser than he knows. Butterfat stimulates the secretion of bile needed to convert carotenes from vegetables into vitamin A, and at the same time supplies very easily absorbed true vitamin A. Polyunsaturated oils also stimulate the secretion of bile salts but can cause rapid destruction of carotene unless antioxidants are present.