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PLAN YOUR VOTE is a 2020 visual arts initiative that harnesses the power of art to promote and encourage citizens to exercise their right to vote.

Help connect and mobilize our communities by sharing widely with friends and family so everyone has a voting strategy and is vote ready.

Now more than ever, it’s urgent to plan your vote.*

See links below for details.


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Participating artists include Aaron Rose, Alina Perkins, Amaryllis DeJesus Moleski, American Artist, Amy Khoshbin, Amy Yao, Anna Sew Hoy, Barbara Kasten, Caitlin Keogh, Calida Rawles, Candida Alvarez, Christine Sun Kim, Davide Balula, Derrick Adams, Dyani White Hawk, Eileen Cowan, Elka Krajewska, Em Rooney, Guerrilla Girls, Isabel Yellin, Jaamil Olawale Kosoko, Jake Margolin, Jenny Holzer, Jesse Duquette, Jessica Rankin, Jim Hodges, Joseph Grigely, Julie Mehretu, Kambui Olujimi, Kamrooz Aram, Karen Finley, Kate Costello, Katherine Bernhardt, Keltie Ferris, Kennedy Yanko, Ken Okiishi, Laurie Simmons, Leidy Churchman, Luis Camnitzer, Macon Reed, Marc Hundley, Marcel Dzama, Mark Alice Durant, Mark Handforth, Marilyn Minter, Matthew Brannon, Megan Sant, Michael Stipe, Monument Lab (Paul Farber and Ken Lum), Morleigh Steinberg, Muna Malik, Nick Mauss, Nick Vaughan, Pam Lins, Paola Kudacki, Patti Smith, Paul Ramirez Jonas, RJ Messineo, Robert Davis, Robert Longo, Robert Wilson, Régime des Fleurs, Sally Mann, Sam Falls, Sam Taylor-Johnson, Sanford Biggers, Sebastian Kim, Stewart Uoo, Tanya Aguiñiga, Thomas Dozol, Todd Selby, Tom Burr, Vicki DaSilva, Vincent Valdez, Wangechi Mutu, and Xylor Jane.

Plan Your Vote artwork by, from top: Calida Rawles, Anna Sew Hoy, Caitlin Keogh, Wangechi Mutu, Alina Perkins, Guerrilla Girls, Sally Mann, Paola Kudacki, Isabel Yellin, Barbara Kasten, Karen Finley and Amy Khoshbin. Images courtesy and © the artists and Plan Your Vote.


A THOUSAND CROSSINGS—a major survey of the work of Sally Mann, organized by the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachussetts—will be at Jeu de Paume for three more weeks.

The exhibition catalog is edited by the show’s curators—Sarah Greenough and Sarah Kennel—and includes essays by Hilton Als, Malcolm Daniel, Drew Gilpin Faust, Greenough, and Kennel.


Through September 22.

Jeu de Paume

1, place de la Concorde, 8th, Paris.

Sally Mann, A Thousand Crossings, Jeu de Paume, June–September 2019, from top: Bean’s Bottom, circa 1991B; Deep South, Untitled (Scarred Tree), 1998, gelatin silver print, National Gallery of Art; Jessie #25, 2004, gelatin silver print, National Gallery of Art; Cherry Tomatoes, 1991, gelatin silver print, National Gallery of Art, Corcoran Collection; Bean’s Bottom, circa 1991; Bloody Nose, 1991, silver dye bleach print; Semaphore, 2003, gelatin silver print, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Sally Mann, A Thousand Crossings exhibition catalog, Deep South, Untitled (Stick), 1998, cover image, courtesy of the National Gallery of Art; The Two Virginias #4, 1991, gelatin silver print; Beulah Baptist, 2008–2016, gelatin silver print, collection of the artist. Images courtesy and © Sally Mann.


On the occasion of the opening of her exhibition A THOUSAND CROSSINGS at the Getty Center, Sally Mann will read from and discuss her acclaimed book Hold Still—A Memoir with Photographs.

SALLY MANN reading and conversation

Friday, November 16, at 7 pm.

Williams Auditorium, Getty Center

1200 Getty Center Drive, Brentwood, Los Angeles.

From top: Sally Mann, photograph by Kim RushingSally Mann, Hephaestus, 2008, gelatin silver print, © Sally Mann, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Images courtesy and © Sally Mann and Kim Rushing.