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Friday, June 21st, 2002    Volume 2, No. 23

 P H O T O G R A P H E R ' S    S H O W C A S E sm
Image © by Peter Merts
© Peter Merts

Peter Merts
"I use photography to explore the unknown—or rather my own unknown. Not to discover new things, but to rediscover the old. For I believe that a scene or image affects us to the extent that it reminds us of something we already know—setting off that gasping intake of breath and striking a deep and visceral plangency of reconciliation with some lost knowledge or ineffable truth."

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Image © Imogen Cunningham
© Imogen Cunningham

Imogen Cunningham
This sensuous Imogen Cunningham image, Triangles Plus One, 1928 is a variant of one of her most famous works, Triangles, 1928. These images were made in one sitting during which Cunningham made close to three dozen exposures. Her models, Helen and Jackie Greaves, were not only sisters but artists as well. The print featured here is a platinum print made by Rondal Partridge for the Imogen Cunningham Trust.

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  J U S T    I N    A N D    R E C O M M E N D E D
Shirin Neshat Shirin Neshat
Neshat is an Iranian woman living in self-imposed exile in the United States. Anyone who is periperhally familiar with contemporary photography is aware of the impact and respect her work has garnered in recent years. This is the first book that documents her entire artistic production, from the early b&w photographs to her chilling and metaphorical films.

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S I G N E D   B O O K S
Masao Yamamoto: A Box of Ku Masao Yamamoto: A Box of Ku
Yamamoto's first monograph is a gorgeous collection of tokens and symbols, gleaned from the world in which he moves. We see a pool of tadpoles, a display of fireworks above the city horizon, and a dog immersed in shadow. Each of these particular moments stand as indicators of the universal principles which surround us, weaving an undeniable connectedness of all life. These signed copies are rare and won't last long.

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O U T - O F - P R I N T    B O O K S
Bill Burke: Portraits Bill Burke: Portraits
Signed copies. Bill Burke has received a great deal of recognition during the past 15 years with grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Guggenheim Foundation, and the Ford Foundation. In this collection of portraits of residents of Kentucky, the deep South, and other regions, critic Andy Grundberg compares Burke's work to Walker Evans' portraits of Southern tenant farmers, Disfarmer's Heber Springs work, and Avedon's 'In the American West' series. These copies are each Like New.

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D E E P    D I S C O U N T S
Barbara P. Norfleet: Looking at Death Barbara P. Norfleet: Looking at Death
No one looking at this extraordinary book—a collection of over a hundred gripping yet strangely contemplative photographs—will ever again look at death in the same way. Arranged thematically, the work is far from the sensational anthologies that abound of late. Ideally, this well-thought out compilation is intended to draw us into a deeper appreciation of the gift of life. Printing by Stinehour Press lends an air of quiet and stately reflection to the entire endeavor.

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L I M I T E D   E D I T I O N S
David Heath: Dialogue with Solitude

Dave Heath: Dialogue with Solitude
Originally published in 1965, Dialogue... was well-received and has long been sought after by collectors. Now published in a slightly enlarged edition by the respected Lumiere Press, Heath's emotional images and poetic sequencing can be enjoyed by a whole new generation of photographers. The limited edition is signed and numbered and comes in a clamshell box along with a beautiful photogravure, also signed and numbered.

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