E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  06.15.05 Vol 5.24
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Two New Portfolios from Mark Citret: Structures/Architectural & Nature/Landscapes
Quietude, both in the natural and the built environment, permeates the work of California photographer Mark Citret. His gelatin silver photographs, which he refers to as "vellum" prints, are beautifully toned and printed on an obscure, now discontinued Kodak paper. The paper has a smooth, vellum-like surface, is extremely light in weight, and, through Citret's unique combination of toning procedures, yields a tonality whose warmth seems to accelerate into the highlight areas of the print.
Image � Mark Citret
Image � Mark Citret
    Cafe, Monument Valley, 2000

7.5x6" Image
16x20" Mat
Edition of 45
$1,500.00

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Nature/Landscapes
Image � Mark Citret
Image � Mark Citret
    Morning, Harding Park, 2002

9x7" Image
20x16" Mat
$800.00

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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
Davin Ellicson's portfolio Maramures
"These photographs are from an ongoing reportage exploring the folk culture of peasants living in the Maramures region of Romania, the most traditional area of Europe. My photographs are meant to celebrate the peasants' simple, yet spectacular way of life that is intimately connected to the land. Ultimately, I hope that my work will stimulate the viewer to reflect on the consequences of a globalizing Western culture while also provoking thought about the importance of cultural preservation."—Davin Ellicson
Image � Davin Ellicson
Image � Davin Ellicson
    Harvest, Valeni, Maramures, Romania, 2003,

Toned Gelatin-Silver Print
13x9" Image
20x17" Mat
Edition of 20
$500.00

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  A U C T I O N S
Open for Bidding: Frank's Classic The Americans--Scarce 1st Italian Edition!Open for Bidding: Frank's Classic The Americans--Scarce 1st Italian Edition!
Like the first French edition, Les Am�ricains, with texts printed on facing pages, the incredibly rare Italian edition of Frank's acerbic documentary of post-war American life comes across more as a biting expos� of the ennui and provincialism lurking beneath the surface than as a "sad poem sucked out of America," in Kerouac's famous words. The design and format, including Saul Steinberg's cover illustration, are almost identical to the Robert Delpire's 1958 edition.

Also on the block: rare titles by Narahara and Hosoe; signed books by Clark, DeCarava, and Koudelka, and much more!
Bids shown below are current as of 5:34 pm MT, 06.15.2005
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: Heinecken: Are You Rea - Limited Edition $250 2
19h 25m
Bill Brandt: Perspective of Nudes: Bill Brandt: Perspective of Nudes $280 2
4d 20h 25m
Ikko Narahara: Espa�a Grand Tarde: Ikko Narahara: Espa�a Grand Tarde $450 3
5d 18h 55m
Eikoh Hosoe: Human Body: Eikoh Hosoe: Human Body - 0
5d 19h 25m
William Mortensen: Monsters & Madonnas (1st edition): William Mortensen: Monsters & Madonnas (1st edition) $220 1
5d 20h 25m
Larry Clark: Kids (SIGNED by Clark & screenwriter Harmony Korine!) + The Perfect Childhood : Larry Clark: Kids (SIGNED by Clark & screenwriter Harmony Korine!) + The Perfect Childhood $170 1
6d 18h 25m
William Eggleston: The Democratic Forest (with an 8x10 in. C-print): William Eggleston: The Democratic Forest (with an 8x10 in. C-print) - 0
7d 18h 25m
Roy DeCarava monograph, INSCRIBED ASSOCIATION Copy: Roy DeCarava monograph, INSCRIBED ASSOCIATION Copy $420 5
7d 19h 25m
Robert Frank: The Americans (Gli Americani, scarce 1st Italian edition!): Robert Frank: The Americans (Gli Americani, scarce 1st Italian edition!) $1,200 1
8d 18h 25m


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Auction Results Now Searchable!
We've just launched a great new auction feature for collectors and browsers! You can now search our photobook auction results by photographer, title, publisher, or keyword. Our constantly evolving database, now numbering about 1000 lots and growing by about 100 per month, is an authoritative source of prices for the most desirable photography books on the market.
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Julian Germain: For Every Minute You Are Angry You Lose Sixty Seconds of Happiness Julian Germain: For Every Minute You Are Angry You Lose Sixty Seconds of Happiness
"Over eight years photographer Julian Germain documented Charlie, an elderly man living alone on England's Southern Coast—unfettered by the misplaced aspirations of the modern world; instead he spent the last years of his life absorbed in memories of his family, his love for flowers, music, and the quotidian pleasures of the crossword. Germain's charming photographs are a beautiful, gentle portrait of a gentleman in his twilight years."—the publisher READ MORE

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Danny Lyon: The Destruction of Lower Manhattan Danny Lyon: The Destruction of Lower Manhattan
In 1967, incredible sixty acres of mostly nineteenth-century buildings in lower Manhattan were slated for demolition, all below Chambers Street, including the seven-acre site where the World Trade Centers would eventually stand...Thirty-eight years after these photographs were made, many of them are the only record that survives of entire blocks of mainly nineteenth-century buildings that once lined Fulton Street, and West Street along the Hudson."—the publisher READ MORE

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Ellis Island: Ellis Island Portraits 1904-1920 Ellis Island Portraits 1904-1920
"Throughout his tenure as a registry clerk with the Immigration Division of Ellis Island, Augustus F. Sherman systematically photographed more than 200 families, groups, and individuals while they were being held by customs for special investigations. This volume collects and provides an essential revaluation of Sherman's striking portraits, which predate August Sander's cataloging efforts by several years."—the publisher READ MORE

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