E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  07.13.04 Vol 4.27
  P H O T O G R A P H E R ' S S H O W C A S E
Russell Phillips' portfolio Movie Theater Interiors
"As much as I respect the historic value of the vintage movie theater, my initial attraction was not merely to document for preservation. As well, I have an interest in how the application of color defines our perceptions of place. My response of fascination and seduction to these interiors is not unlike that of its original audience."—Russell Phillips
Image © Russell Phillips
Image © Russell Phillips
    Lake Theater Auditorium, 1984

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  A U C T I O N S
Now up for Auction: Joel Sternfeld's Classic <i>American Prospects</i>Now up for Auction: Joel Sternfeld's Classic American Prospects
A signed first edition of this recently re-issued masterpiece.

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Izis: Paris Des Reves: Izis: Paris Des Reves $60 1
6d 22h 52m
Albert Watson. Cyclops (Signed): Albert Watson. Cyclops (Signed) $140 3
7d 21h 52m
Ralph Gibson. The Somnambulist, Déjà-Vu, and Days at Sea (Lot of 3).: Ralph Gibson. The Somnambulist, Déjà-Vu, and Days at Sea (Lot of 3). $130 10
7d 22h 22m
Joel Sternfeld: American Prospects (Signed, 1st Edition): Joel Sternfeld: American Prospects (Signed, 1st Edition) $100 1
8d 22h 52m
  N E W S W I R E
Mark Klett
Mark Klett
Guggenheim Fellowships in Photography
Four photographers from the U.S. and Latin America were recipients of 2004 Guggenheim Fellowships this past May. Uta Barth, whose is known for abstract photography—often intentionally blurred and off center—that questions the nature of both perception and the medium of photography. A monograph on her work is forthcoming from Phaidon. Paola Ferrario received her MFA from Yale in 2001. Her most recent solo exhibition was Texas Cotton Towns. Mark Klett's work is the subject of the book View Finder: Mark Klett, Photography, and the Reinvention of Landscape William L. Fox. Argentinean artist Carlos Darío Albornoz is a contemporary master of the daguerreotype and other "primitive" processes.

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  J U S T - I N A N D R E C O M M E N D E D
Anna Atkins: Ocean Flowers Anna Atkins: Ocean Flowers
"Ocean Flowers focuses on natural history imagery in the mid-19th century, placing particular emphasis on the botanical drawings and photograms by the artist Anna Atkins (1799-1871) and her Victorian contemporaries."—the publisher

Based on an exhibition organized by Princeton art historian Carol Armstrong and Catherine de Zegher, Director of The Drawing Center in New York"— READ MORE

Cat# PR017H Hardbound $49.95 Online Price: $44.95 Save 10%
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Bill Burke: Autrefois, Maison Privee Bill Burke: Autrefois, Maison Privee
"Photographer Bill Burke has taken annual trips to Indochina ever since he first traveled to Asia in 1982. Transfixed by buildings like the municipal offices built by the French in the 1860s, the vaulted railroad stations and post offices of the 1930s, and the art-deco fantasy cinemas of the 1960s, Burke saw the region as an architectural museum, rotting in the humidity and untouched by economic ambition, and began to trace the cultural changes in the area through its architecture."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# PY093H Hardbound $75.00 Online Price: $67.50 Save 10%
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Autrefois, Maison Privee
Women Photographers: Masquerade Women Photographers: Masquerade
"Masquerade includes ten photographic portfolios and seven newly commissioned writings, consciously using and re-evaluating the codes and traditions surrounding photographic portraiture."—the publisher READ MORE

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Robert Flaherty: Comock Robert Flaherty: Comock
"In 1912, the village of Cape Wolstenholme, on Hudson Bay, was the northernmost edge of the North American frontier. It was there during a hunting expedition that Robert Flaherty, an American-born prospector and a pioneer filmmaker, documented the incredible story of an Inuit hunter named Comock, his wife, their eleven children, and two dogs..."—the publisher READ MORE

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  S I G N E D B O O K S
Catherine Steinmann: The Ninth Month Catherine Steinmann: The Ninth Month
"Catherine Steinmann's rich and elegant portraits capture in photographs what fails in words—that moment of transformation, a quiet before the storm. With a knowing eye she balances excitement with anticipation, the physical with the ethereal. A welcome addition to our photographic literature.—Phillip S. Block, Deputy Director for Programs, International Center of Photography READ MORE

Cat# ZC248H Hardbound $39.95
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The Ninth Month
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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
: 2004 Summer Booklist. 2004 Summer Booklist.
The photo-eye Booklist is in a brand-new format! The cover of our Summer issue features a photograph by rising star Mona Kuhn. Her first monograph, Photographs, was published by the pre-eminent Steidl press in Germany and contains both color and black-and-white work. Writer and photographer Charles Katz has known Kuhn for several years and offers a personal response to her work in About Our Cover. Also in this issue: Aaron Rothman concludes his two part essay on photography, perception, and landscape, Denise Wolff interviews Gary Schneider at the Harvard Symposium on Contemporary Photography, a visit with the Starn brothers in their Brooklyn studio to review their newest body of work, Attracted to Light, writer and consultant Mary Virginia Swanson and our Editor Darius Himes introduce a new column on Publishing the Photography Book, and as always, we survey the best new photography books available today.

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