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Sally Mann
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As a teenager in Boston in the 1960s, then in New York starting in the 1970s, Nan Goldin has taken intensely personal, spontaneous, sexual, and transgressive photographs of her family, friends, and lovers. In 1979 she presented her first slideshow in a New York nightclub, and her richly colored, snapshot like photographs were soon heralded as a groundbreaking contribution to fine art photography. The Ballad of Sexual Dependency—the name she gave her ever-evolving show—eventually grew into a forty-five-minute multimedia presentation of more than 900 photographs, accompanied by a musical soundtrack. Goldin first exhibited at Matthew Marks Gallery in 1992. Nan Goldin - Matthew Marks Gallery Nan Goldin - Matthew Marks Gallery
(b. 1959, Sittard, the Netherlands. Lives and works in Amsterdam.) Rineke Dijkstra was trained at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam. Her first solo exhibition took place in 1984 at de Moor in Amsterdam. Rineke Dijkstra - Marian Goodman Gallery Rineke Dijkstra - Marian Goodman Gallery
Dimbola Dimbola Dimbola Lodge was the home of the celebrated Victorian photographer Julia Margaret Cameron. It is now a Museum and Gallery dedicated to her life and work, which also showcases contemporary exhibitions from photographers around the globe. Thinking of visiting Dimbola? There's lots to see and do. We have a permanent exhibition of Julia Margaret Cameron's life and work, vintage camera displays and a fun Victorian dressing-up room. Make sure you do not miss out on one of our spectacular events
Jane Brown photography