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Friday, July 25th 2003    Volume 3, No. 30

  N E W S W I R E
Portrait of Edward Weston
© William Holgers
When Edward Weston's Eye Feasted on His Beloved California.
by Bernard Weinraub, New York Times

At age 20, Edward Weston, a struggling photographer, moved from Illinois to Southern California, beckoned by his sister, May Seaman. "This is the place for you without an atom of a doubt," she wrote. 'Every year you spend back East is so much loss to you. This is the country you have been longing for.' Mrs. Seaman was right. From the moment he settled in California, in 1906, Weston found not only a home but also a landscape that gave him the opportunity to create some of the richest and most sensuous photographic images of the American West ever made... Read the entire article.
EDWARD WESTON: Edward Weston: A Legacy. EDWARD WESTON: A Legacy.
This major monograph is a great contribution to the Weston literature and acts as the catalogue for the above exhibition at the Huntington Gallery.

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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 ®
Mark Eshbaugh's portfolio Day's End
"I focus on the landscape in an effort to find the 'sublime.' By using cameras of my design and the toning techniques I have developed, I accentuate the emotional response to the scene captured on film. I want to create a reality that can not be mistaken for anything but what it is. A story should contain a beginning, a development and an end. A good photograph should not end. It should leave the viewer with something that lives on in their mind and in their world." - Mark Eshbaugh
Image © by Mark Eshbaugh
© Mark Eshbaugh
Untitled #138, 1998

Toned Gelatin-Silver Print
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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
Debbie Fleming Caffery: Kid on the Levy
A photograph that perfectly captures the feeling of summer, this image by Debbie Fleming Caffery is on the cover of the July/August issue of the Oxford American. This and other prints by Caffery are available in our Santa Fe Gallery and in our online gallery, or contact Wendy Lewis, gallery director.
Image © by Debbie Fleming Caffery
© Debbie Fleming Caffery
Kid on the Levy, 1985

Gelatin-Silver Print
17x17" Image
27x26" Mat
Edition of 25

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  J U S T - I N A N D R E C O M M E N D E D
KATHARINA BOSSE: The New Burlesque. KATHARINA BOSSE: The New Burlesque.
Katharina Bosse has traveled the United States photographing the stars of contemporary burlesque. She photographs them out of context, mostly outdoors, in costume. A fun, colorful, campy collection of sexy ladies leading the revival of the golden age of burlesque.

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  S I G N E D B O O K S
GAY BLOCK: Bertha Alyce. GAY BLOCK: Bertha Alyce.—Signed
Gay Block's extraordinary photographs document her mother, Bertha Alyce, from 1973 and continuing until Bertha Alyce's death resulting from a stroke in 1991. A challenging look at a mother-daughter quest for healing.

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Bertha Alyce.
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  B A C K I N P R I N T
GARRY WINOGRAND: Figments from the Real World. GARRY WINOGRAND: Figments from the Real World.
The first comprehensive overview of the work of Garry Winogrand, long out of print and difficult to come by, contains an eloquent and important essay on the life and work of the photographer by John Szarkowski and a lavish plate section presenting the photographs thematically.

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  D E E P D I S C O U N T S
LYNN DAVIS: Monument. LYNN DAVIS: Monument.
Reproduced in color to accurately represent the rich tonality of her black-and-white prints, Lynn Davis's Monument is an impressive collection of the photographers travel images. From icebergs in Greenland to the temples of Cambodia, Davis's photographs are singular, elegant, and extraordinarily beautiful.

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  p h o t o - e y e   S U M M E R   B O O K L I S T
photo-eye Summer 2003 Booklist Summer 2003 Booklist
Highlights from this issue include Robert Frank: London/Wales, a new Nicholas Nixon retrospective from Spain, William Klein's Paris+Klein, a new color monograph by Jock Sturges, an interview with Kate Breakey and her publisher Tom Sikes on the small artist book, and much, much more.

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