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Friday, March 7th 2003    Volume 3, No. 10

  N E W S   W I R E
Peter Turnley: The Unseen Gulf War
NPR feature: Peter Turnley—The Unseen Gulf War
Featured recently on National Public Radio, this web-special contains a selection of intense photographs by war-correspondent Peter Turnley. "As we approach the distinct possibility of another war, a thought comes to mind. The photographs that I made do not, in themselves, represent any personal political judgment or point of view with respect to the politics and the right or wrong of the first Gulf War. What they do represent is a part of a more accurate picture of what really does happen in war. I feel that it is part of my role as a photojournalist to offer the viewer the opportunity to draw from as much information as possible, and develop his or her own judgment."—Peter Turnley

Caution: links contain explicit images of war violence.
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  P H O T O G R A P H E R ' S   S H O W C A S E ®
Perry Dilbeck's new portfolio The Last Harvest 2
"While concentrating on old farmers whose land and homestead have been passed down through many generations, I have decided to document their fading world. I particularly wish to provide small, yet majestic glimpses into the lifestyles of these very proud people."—Perry Dilbeck
Image © by Perry Dilbeck
© Perry Dilbeck
Euston Slaton # 2, 2001

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  p h o t o - e y e   G A L L E R Y - S A N T A   F E
Hiroshi Watanabe now represented by photo-eye Gallery in Santa Fe
"I strive for both calculation and discovery in my work, studying my subjects in preparation, while at the same time keeping my mind open for the surprises."—Hiroshi Watanabe
Image © by Hiroshi Watanabe

© Hiroshi Watanabe

Agra Fort, India, 2000

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  J U S T - I N   A N D   R E C O M M E N D E D
Shinichiro Kobayashi: The Beautiful Ruin Shinichiro Kobayashi: The Beautiful Ruin
Clearly evident in Kobayashi's work is the evolution of decay; the natural world invariably reclaims its lost ground, no matter the scope of industry which once stood so immovably. Vines, saplings, and bushes find their way deep inside the ruins he visits. Kobayashi travelled throughout Japan to produce these rich color images which have been reproduced on lush satin paper.

Cat# ID623S Softbound $56.00 Online Price: $50.40 Save 10%
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Shinichiro Kobayashi: The Beautiful Ruin
Lorna Simpson Lorna Simpson
"Showing and hiding are some of the strategies that the African-American artist Lorna Simpson frequently uses in her work. In her photographs and her videos, she tells stories related to that very universe of what we eliminate or discard from the personal inventory which we use to assess the world."—Marta Gili

Cat# ID622S Softbound $21.00 Online Price: $18.90 Save 10%
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  S I G N E D   B O O K S
Jill Hartley: Bello Vientre
Jill Hartley: Bello Vientre—Signed
Prompted by a friend's pregnancy, Hartley began searching out other women who were in the last trimester of their pregnancy. The resulting photographs are a testament of fertility, femininity, and motherhood. Hartley has decided to present the images on single cards held in a corrugated white cardboard box. Limited to an edition of 100.

Cat# ZC036S Signed Softbound $25.00
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Caution: contains images of pregnant nudes.
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  D E E P    D I S C O U N T S
Lotte Jacobi
Lotte Jacobi
Already the fourth generation of Jacobi photographers when she began her career in 1930s Berlin, Lotte Jacobi's life and career are fully documented in this fine, long awaited retrospective. In Berlin she photographed for AIZ, in America for LIFE—displaying for both a versatility and sense of style that rose above the pale of the picture press.

Cat# PK431H Hardbound $60.00 Online Price $39.95  Save 34%
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  L I M I T E D    E D I T I O N
Visionaire 39: Play Visionaire 39: Play
"Sixteen artists take to their cameras or computers and create original films in the form of flip books. Collected together, the sixteen flip books are encased in a sleek tilted case. Contributions include works by leading photographers Steven Meisel, Nick Knight, Mario Testino, Steven Klein, and Craig McDean, plus a provocative dance number captured by Peter Lindbergh."—the Publisher

Cat# PK845S Slipcased Softbound $175.00
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Visionaire 39: Play

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