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Interview with Rachael Banks

“The things that are close to you are the things that you can photograph the best. And unless you photograph what you love, you're not going to make good art.” – Sally Mann “Maybe Immediate Family, it was a love that was too hard to express, so she took pictures.” – Jessie Mann, Sally Mann's daughter Rachael Banks is an artist and a tenured Professor of...
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