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John Milisenda's portfolio My Family
"The subject of my work is my family: my mother Rose, father Sal, and developmentally disabled brother, Dennis. I have been photographing them continuously from 1968 to present. The photographs avoid easy interpretation. They capture the paradoxes and mysteries of my family's dynamics, and represent my fluctuating feelings toward my family: a balance between light and dark, closeness and alienation."—John Milisenda
Image © John Milisenda
Image © John Milisenda
    My Brother #1, 1975

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  A U C T I O N S
On the Block this Week: Signed Books by Friedlander, Warhol, Klein, Hosoe, & othersOn the Block this Week: Signed Books by Friedlander, Warhol, Klein, Hosoe, & others
"My idea of a good picture is one that's in focus and of a famous person doing something unfamous. It's being in the right place at the wrong time."—Andy Warhol
Bids shown below are current as of 7:02 pm MT, 07.13.2005
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Run of Deutsche Meisteraufnahmen (Late 30's German photo journal): Run of Deutsche Meisteraufnahmen (Late 30's German photo journal) - 0
4d 17h 27m
Edward Curtis: Portraits from North American Indian Life: Edward Curtis: Portraits from North American Indian Life - 0
4d 18h 27m
William Klein: In & Out of Fashion + Close-Up (both INSCRIBED!): William Klein: In & Out of Fashion + Close-Up (both INSCRIBED!) - 0
5d 17h 57m
Lee Friedlander: The Jazz People of New Orleans (SIGNED): Lee Friedlander: The Jazz People of New Orleans (SIGNED) $120 1
5d 18h 27m
Eikoh Hosoe: Untitled 42 (SIGNED): Eikoh Hosoe: Untitled 42 (SIGNED) $90 2
5d 18h 27m
John Szarkowski: Mirrors and Windows (SIGNED!): John Szarkowski: Mirrors and Windows (SIGNED!) - 0
5d 18h 57m
Andy Warhol's Exposures (SIGNED): Andy Warhol's Exposures (SIGNED) - 0
6d 16h 57m
The Bauhaus: 4 items: The Bauhaus: 4 items - 0
7d 16h 57m
  J U S T    I N    &    R E C O M M E N D E D
Teresa Hubbard: House With Pool Teresa Hubbard: House With Pool
"A document in book form of the film House With Pool. Included are color stills, photographs, sketches, and plans that visualize its aesthetically seductive, affirmative, yet ambiguous story."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# DP249H Hardbound $45.00 Online Price: $40.50 Save 10%
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Irving Penn: Irving Penn: The Platinum Prints Irving Penn: The Platinum Prints
A fascinating look at Irving Penn's platinum prints, which the photographer carefully made of some of his most iconic images. READ MORE

Cat# YU066H Hardbound $50.00 Online Price: $45.00 Save 10%
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Bill Henson: Mnemosyne Bill Henson: Mnemosyne
A massive tome, Mnemosyne is a mid-career retrospective of the work of Australian photographer, Bill Henson. Borrowing its title from the Greek goddess of memory and mother of the Muses (and raising fascinating connections between photographs and the idea of recollection), Mnemosyne brings the full range of Henson's prolific output together between two covers. READ MORE

Cat# PX052H Hardbound $95.00 Online Price: $85.50 Save 10%
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  S I G N E D    B O O K S
Tillman Crane: Touchstones Tillman Crane: Touchstones—Signed
"This book is not meant to be a catalogue of humanity's inventiveness with stone. It is a pilgrimage through a landscape filled with places I found visually exciting."—Tillman Crane

Collectors' Note: Edition of 500. Supplies limited. READ MORE

Cat# ZC516H Hardbound $65.00
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  N E W S W I R E
Kent Haruf & Peter Brown Win 2005 Lange-Taylor Prize
The Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University has awarded the 15th annual Dorothea Lange-Paul Taylor Prize to photographer Peter Brown and writer Kent Haruf. The $10,000 award is given annually to encourage collaboration in documentary work in the tradition of acclaimed American photographer Dorothea Lange and writer and social scientist Paul Taylor.

Brown and Haruf's project, "High Plains," will document "the people, land, and small towns of the High Plains: a part of the country that dips eastward from the Rockies and rolls south from Saskatchewan and Alberta to the flatlands of the Llano Estacado of the Texas Panhandle. "Our interest in this part of the world is contemporary but also includes its history and a mix of stories that have passed down over the years, stories that resonate with the land in interesting ways," they explain. Brown's photographs and Haruf's writing will record "moments that describe the beauty, power, tragedy, and cultural complexity of the place itself: the way the land has been used, the way that people have lived on it, and the visual record that has been left behind."


Link:
More on the Lange-Taylor prize on the Center for Documentary Studies site (with images from "High Plains").
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photo-eye Booklist: 2005 Summer photo-eye Booklist: 2005 Summer
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Over a period of 25 years, the photo-eye Booklist grew from a single typewritten page in 1979, into a respected specialty book catalogue—must-reading for photobook lovers. The latest step in our evolution represents the culmination of several years of concerted editorial development, including more in-depth writing, new features of interest to collectors and photographers, and a summer 2004 re-design. We hope you enjoy our new magazine and support us in this exciting endeavor. Thank you for your help in making this publication a reality.
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