E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  03.02.04 Vol 4.8
  A U C T I O N S
Scarce Nell Dorr Book Closes this WeekScarce Nell Dorr Book Closes this Week
Dorr, who died in 1988, was deeply involved in the Pictorialist movement. Mother and Child, published in 1954, explores the spirituality of motherhood and the wonder of childhood innocence. This powerful and iconic series of rich photogravure illustrations is accompanied by a prose poem and includes the publisher's original photo-illustrated prospectus.
Bids shown below are current as of 2:40 pm MT, 03.02.2004
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Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Scharf: Art and Photography: Scharf: Art and Photography $90 3
21h 19m
Sol LeWitt: PhotoGrids: Sol LeWitt: PhotoGrids $290 11
22h 19m
Nell Dorr: Mother and Child: Nell Dorr: Mother and Child $120 4
1d 21h 19m
Alfred Stieglitz. Photographs & Writings: Alfred Stieglitz. Photographs & Writings $290 13
1d 21h 49m
  p h o t o - e y e    G A L L E R Y    S a n t a   F e
Wendy Lewis Leaving as Director of photo-eye Gallery
Gallery Director Wendy Lewis is leaving photo-eye to take a position with the McCune Foundation here in Santa Fe. Wendy has been instrumental in the development of the gallery into a world class exhibition space. We all wish Wendy the best in her new career. E-mail Wendy, if you would like to send your own best wishes. Rixon Reed, photo-eye Director and founder will serve as acting Gallery Director.

New Assistant Director at photo-eye Gallery
We're pleased to announce our new Assistant Gallery Director, Joslin Van Arsdale. Joslin earned a degree in photography from the University of Colorado at Boulder and has been involved in the arts in New York, Paris and London. "I am delighted to be working in this capacity and look forward to maintaining and advancing the high standards of art photography that photo-eye Gallery represents". Susan Winter continues as our Gallery Associate.
  J U S T - I N    A N D    R E C O M M E N D E D
Lucas Samaras: Samaras Lucas Samaras: Samaras
As a photographer Samaras is best known for his composite Polaroid self-portraits. This survey represents every phase of his photographic career. A cogent analysis by Ben Lifson examines Samaras' accomplishments over two decades. READ MORE

Cat# AP143H Hardbound $50.00 Online Price: $45.00 Save 10%
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Michael Northrup: Beautiful Ecstasy Michael Northrup: Beautiful Ecstasy
"Michael Northrup lives in Baltimore. This is a selection of unpublished pictures from the mid-70's through the early 80's."—the publisher
Edition of 2000. 112 pages, full color. READ MORE

Cat# ZC208H Hardbound $30.00
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Beautiful Ecstasy
David Douglas Duncan: Photo Nomad David Douglas Duncan: Photo Nomad
A unique autobiography in pictures, Photo Nomad's diverse images explore the broad range of human nature, from the most quiet notes of life to the crashing crescendos of war. READ MORE

Cat# NT137H Hardbound $35.00 Online Price: $31.50 Save 10%
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Photo Nomad
  D E E P    D I S C O U N T S
Robert Frank: Flamingo Robert Frank: Flamingo
This is a revised edition of Frank's book, Flamingo, but with a slightly different series of images than the original publication. It is beautifully printed and bound to be collectible. READ MORE

Cat# PK423H Hardbound $39.95 Online Price: $19.95 Save 50%
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  D V D s
Larry Clark: Kids Larry Clark: Kids
"KIDS is a deeply affecting, no-holds-barred landscape of words and images, depicting with raw honesty the experiences, attitudes, and uncertainties of innocence lost. KIDS gets under the skin and lingers, long after it is viewed." -the publisher READ MORE

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  L I M I T E D   E D I T I O N
Bruce Haley: 13 Million Tons of Pig Iron Bruce Haley: 13 Million Tons of Pig Iron—Signed
Over the last three years Haley has masterfully documented the industrial ruin of the natural landscape in former Soviet bloc countries. This superbly printed portfolio contains 13 quadtone plates and is limited to only 500 signed copies. READ MORE

Cat# ZC094 $68.00
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13 Million Tons of Pig Iron
  N E W S W I R E
Gift of Rare Arbus Prints to Metropolitan Museum
Danielle and David Ganek of Greenwich, Connecticut have donated 13 vintage prints by Diane Arbus to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, one of the largest gifts of 20th Century photographs ever made to that institution. Included are several of Arbus's best-known images: "A Young Waitress in a Nudist Camp, N.J." (1963); "A Family on Their Lawn One Sunday in Westchester, N.Y." (1968); and "A Jewish Giant at Home With His Parents in the Bronx, N.Y." (1970).

The Met's associate curator of photography, Jeff L. Rosenheim discovered the prints when he was working on the catalogue for the upcoming Arbus retrospective at the museum. They are particularly valuable, as they are rare examples of prints made by Arbus herself. Most extant prints were produced after her suicide in 1971 at the age of 48.

The exhibition "Diane Arbus Revelations ended on Feb. 8 at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. It will open at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on Feb. 29 after which it will be on view at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston from June 27 to Aug. 29. In the U.S., it will end up at the Met beginning on Feb. 28, 2005. From there the show goes on to Essen, Germany; London; Barcelona; and Minneapolis.

Exhibition Catalogue available from photo-eye
NY Times Story

  p h o t o - e y e    S P R I N G    B O O K L I S T
: 2004 Spring Booklist 2004 Spring Booklist
The cover of our Spring issue features a photograph by British photographer Neil Drabble, from his recent release Tree Tops Tall, published by Steidl/Mack. London-based writer/editor Robin Muir lends a fresh voice in his contribution, About Our Cover. Each Spring we proudly announce our list of the favorite books of the previous year—there are 12 stunning winners. Japanese photographer Daido Moriyama talks with publisher Chris Pichler about the first English translation of his classic title, Memories of a Dog. Photographer Aaron Rothman offers part 1 of a 2 part essay on photography, perception and the landscape. And as always, our editor, Darius Himes, reviews the best new books of the Spring season.

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