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Friday, February 21st 2003    Volume 3, No. 8

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An Architecture for the Mind: A New Way to Teach Photography
Camera Arts magazine takes a look at the Marion Center for Photographic Arts at the College of Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Marion Center for Photographic Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico "The Marion Center's curriculum was patterned on what David Scheinbaum felt an ideal program could be: student instead of teacher driven. A top-notch faculty in a spectacular facility that would nurture students' creative energies. This was paramount. But it would also shape their skills to the needs of the photo and art world, aka the job market."—Camera Arts

"What makes us different is not the setting. It's that we're equally committed to educating both the eye and the mind that takes the picture."—David Scheinbaum


Steve Fitch: Gone. Photographs of Abandonment on the High Plains—Signed
Booksigning at the University of New Mexico Art Museum, Albuquerque.
February 25, 2003 5:30-7:30 PM.
Steve Fitch: Gone
Abandoned buildings in the West are the subjects of these haunting photographs by Steve Fitch. Some of the pictures show public buildings, but most are of homes. Fitch has photographed interiors rather than the architectural silhouettes that stand out against the empty landscape.

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Missy Allen's new portfolios

Iowa Spring, Gus' World, and
Bed Pictures 1995-1999


"My work tends to objectify the subject and concentrate on the unexpected beauty of the commonplace."—Missy Allen

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Laurie Tumer
The image shown below, from gallery artist Laurie Tumer's online portfolio Planted, is the featured illustration of an article of the March 2003 issue of House and Garden.

"Planted is the perspective from which we see everything, always a little of ourselves in view. Pehaps pictures where the creator is absent has merely reinforced the misconception that we are separate from where we are and what we see, the crux of so many of our problems."—Laurie Tumer
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California Fronds, Los Angeles

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Cristina Rodero: Rituales en Haiti Cristina Rodero: Rituales en Haiti
The mystery of Haiti's rich religious milieu has been fodder for literature, film, and popular culture for decades. Rodero, who's ground-breaking work on religious ceremony in Spain brought international recognition, has now travelled to the Caribbean island herself to discover, through her lens, a deeper truth. What she returned with is simply amazing.

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Sam Abell: A Photographic Life
Sam Abell: A Photographic Life—Signed
For over 30 years, Sam Abell has led a life devoted to the joys and vicissitudes of being a working photographer. His recent monograph, The Photographic Life, is an elegant, educational combination of images and text—the direct result of years spent engaging friends, co-workers and students in a vital dialogue about the import of image-making.

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Sam Abell: Seeing Gardens
Sam Abell: Seeing Gardens—Signed
Sam Abell has crafted his vision in interaction with the people and places, sights and sounds of the numerous countries he has visited. Throughout this decades-long journey, his eye has turned to the myriad gardens that surround us—planned, formal gardens, found, natural gardens, and "the many allusions to gardens in daily life."

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Sarah Moon: Coincidences
Sarah Moon: Coincidences
Moon's first major retrospective contains a stunning cross-section of the numerous genres she has explored during her 30 year involvement with photography, including 26 signature color images.

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Wouter Deruytter: Cowboy Code
Wouter Deruytter: Cowboy Code
Belgian photographer Deruytter offers a wonderful body of work on the American cowboy. For the past several summers he has been photographing cowboys and small-town rodeos in Montana.

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