From the review of Jill Greenberg’s book in The Photo Review:
Controversy has always surrounded children in photographs, especially when they are presented in unconventional ways. In the early 1990s, Sally Mann received immense amounts of criticism for her intimate portraits of her children when she released her series “Immediate Family.” Over a decade later, and in what one would think is a more accepting world, Jill Greenberg’s series of crying children called “End Times” sparked an enormous amount of controversy after its debut in 2006.
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