E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  12.14.04 Vol 4.49
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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
Wrenay Gomez Charlton's portfolio Diaphanous Visions
"The series, "Diaphanous Visions" depicts strategic moments in my life. The images are culled from my childhood, physical incidents and psychological moments that serve as stepping stones to the formation of individuality...Within this imagery I begin to deconstruct the tenets of childhood by exploring the psychological themes of growing up such as fear, solitude and desire."—Wrenay Gomez Charlton
Image © Wrenay Gomez Charlton
Image © Wrenay Gomez Charlton
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  A U C T I O N S
Featured Auction Item: Berenice Abbott: Greenwich VillageFeatured Auction Item: Berenice Abbott: Greenwich Village
Berenice Abbott, who had photographed artists in Paris when it was the heart of the international art world in the twenties, then photographed Greenwich Village when it was home to writers and artists in the forties.
Bids shown below are current as of 5:41 pm MT, 12.14.2004
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Heinecken: Are You Rea - Limited Edition, inscribed to Barbara Morgan: Heinecken: Are You Rea - Limited Edition, inscribed to Barbara Morgan $180 1
2d 18h 18m
Richard Avedon: Portraits + Nothing Personal: Richard Avedon: Portraits + Nothing Personal $60 1
2d 19h 48m
John Szarkowski: The Idea of Louis Sullivan, INSCRIBED Association copy + The Face of Minnesota: John Szarkowski: The Idea of Louis Sullivan, INSCRIBED Association copy + The Face of Minnesota $150 1
5d 20h 18m
Early French Photography (3 Books): Early French Photography (3 Books) $270 10
6d 19h 18m
Lee Friedlander: The Jazz People of New Orleans, SIGNED: Lee Friedlander: The Jazz People of New Orleans, SIGNED $320 16
6d 19h 48m
Lee Friedlander/Jim Dine: Work From The Same House: Lee Friedlander/Jim Dine: Work From The Same House $200 1
7d 18h 18m
Berenice Abbott: Greenwich Village: Berenice Abbott: Greenwich Village $70 1
8d 18h 18m
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  J U S T - I N A N D R E C O M M E N D E D
Martin Parr: The Photobook: A History Martin Parr: The Photobook: A History
In the first of two volumes, both co-edited by Martin Parr and Gerry Badger, The Photobook provides a comprehensive overview of the development of the photobook, from its inception at the dawn of photography in the early nineteenth century through to the radical Japanese photobooks of the 1960s and 70s, by way of the modernist and propaganda books of the 1930s and 40s.

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Cat# PI146H Hardbound $75.00 Online Price: $67.50 Save 10%
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William Ropp: Children William Ropp: Children
"The French photographer William Ropp is well-known for the unique style in which he captures the mysterious aspects of human nature...it is not the viewer who gazes at the children [in these pictures]; they rather redirect the stare towards the person looking at the unfathomable black and white pictures."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZC291H Hardbound $48.00
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Children
  H O L I D A Y G I F T I D E A S
Josef Koudelka: Theatre Du Temps Josef Koudelka: Theatre Du Temps
For years now Koudelka has been working with a panoramic camera, slowly putting out stunning images that often finding their way into books of limited availability. Theatre du Temps contains 25 panoramic images of work made in Rome over the past three years, printed in duotone and bound accordion-style with seamless page-spreads.

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Cat# CF102H Hardbound $120.00
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Theatre Du Temps
Michael Kenna: Ratcliffe Power Station Michael Kenna: Ratcliffe Power Station—Signed
"Michael Kenna has, through his art, opened visual pathways that help redeem eco-damaged or industrially proscriptive landscapes. He is a poet armed with a camera who lyricizes light. He has added the power station at Ratcliffe-on-Soar to the continuously expanding geography of imagination."—from the Introduction by Jeremy Reed

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Cat# TR156H Hardbound $65.00
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Ratcliffe Power Station
  C A L E N D A R S
Keith Carter: Keith Carter: Horses Keith Carter: Horses
"These beautiful but never sentimental photographs capture the true magnificence of the horse. The calendar lists international holidays as well as moon phases."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZC353S Softbound $13.99
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Brett Weston: Brett Weston: Nature's Pattern Brett Weston: Nature's Pattern
"This calendar's twelve dramatic duotone reproductions from 1945 to 1980 include hypnotic abstractions of leaves, rocks, spores, and other aspects of the natural world. It lists international holidays as well as moon phases."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZC352S Softbound $13.99
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Kenro Izu: Kenro Izu: Still Life Kenro Izu: Still Life
"This calendar's twelve black-and-white floral still lifes were contact printed onto paper hand coated with platinum and palladium; Izu used a 14 x 20-inch camera with a 50-year-old lens. The images produced by this complex process capture fully the subjects' minimalist, meditative quality."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZC351S Softbound $13.99
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Photo-Eye Booklist: 2004 Holiday Booklist Photo-Eye Booklist: 2004 Holiday Booklist
In this issue of the Booklist, Vince Aletti writes about a new book published by Fraenkel Gallery on Arbus' libraries; Alex Sweetman spends time with Martin Parr and his new history of the photobook. Both of these books, and the articles, contribute to a deeper understanding of the potentials of a photography book.

As usual you will find the Survey of New Books, in which roughly thirty new titles from across the publishing spectrum are reviewed; a second dose of editorial content in the form of articles and interviews; and advertising from a wide array of publishers and photography-related businesses.

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