E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  07.20.05 Vol 5.29
  p h o t o - e y e    G A L L E R Y    S a n t a   F e
FACES: Noh Masks of Naito Clan
"My photographs reflect both genuine interest in my subject as well as a respect for the element of serendipity. I strive for both calculation and discovery in my work, studying my subjects in preparation, while at the same keeping my mind open for the surprises"—Hiroshi Watanabe
Image © Hiroshi Watanabe
Image © Hiroshi Watanabe
    Chujo, Naito Clan

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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 ®
Il Palazzo Guglielmi
Photographing inside the Palazzo Guglielmi, a 180-room structure was originally built in 1328 as a Franciscan monastery to honor Saint Francis of Assisi's 40-day stay during the Lent of 1211, I was profoundly moved by its poignant beauty. I found countless quiescent details and fragments of so many years and lives. Moving from room to room was like entering into one heartrending yet serene dream after another. The resulting photographs are a meditation on the negotiation of light and shadow, of memory and loss and of the simultaneous existence of the past and present.
Image © Jim Vecchi
Image © Jim Vecchi
    Il Palazzo Guglielmi - 1331

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  A U C T I O N S
Open for Bidding: Bill Brandt: The English At HomeOpen for Bidding: Bill Brandt: The English At Home
Also on the block: Lee Friedlander: Photographs. (1978 Haywire Press, New York)-SIGNED; Mary Ellen Mark's Mother Teresa accompanied by a print; Klein's Moskau; inscribed Cartier-Bresson; Kertész's Day of Paris (in a scarce dust jacket!); and much more!

New consignments of fine prints include works by Cartier-Bresson, Ruth Berhard, Alvin Langdon Coburn, and rare early nude studies by Sally Mann. Stay tuned for these and other print sales in the coming weeks!
Bids shown below are current as of 6:13 pm MT, 07.20.2005
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
The World of Shinzo Fukuhara: The World of Shinzo Fukuhara - 0
1d 18h 46m
Mary Ellen Mark: Mother Teresa book (with print!): Mary Ellen Mark: Mother Teresa book (with print!) $600 1
6d 17h 46m
The Ralph Gibson Trilogy: The Somnambulist, Déjà-Vu, & Days at Sea (2 SIGNED!): The Ralph Gibson Trilogy: The Somnambulist, Déjà-Vu, & Days at Sea (2 SIGNED!) $150 1
6d 19h 16m
William Klein: Moskau: William Klein: Moskau $180 2
7d 17h 46m
Henri Cartier-Bresson: Photographer (INSCRIBED!): Henri Cartier-Bresson: Photographer (INSCRIBED!) $170 1
7d 18h 16m
Toshio Shibata: Photographs (SIGNED): Toshio Shibata: Photographs (SIGNED) - 0
7d 18h 46m
André Kertész: Day of Paris : André Kertész: Day of Paris - 0
8d 17h 46m
Bill Brandt: The English At Home: Bill Brandt: The English At Home $320 2
8d 18h 16m

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Tomoko Sawada: ID400 Tomoko Sawada: ID400
"Tomoko Sawada in 400 different guises. Photos of herself and the remarkable variety of identities she assumes are recorded in replicates of 4 in a black and white photo booth. Printed here on glossy paper."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ID722H Hardbound $45.00
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Sonja Braas: Forces Sonja Braas: Forces
"Sonja Braas succeeds in capturing the unrestrained drama of nature, in all its visual and aural strength—but is the spectacle she frames entirely authentic? Subtle hints and surreal light effects suggest that parts of her photographs are simulated, for an artistically inflated version of nature."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# DP080H Hardbound $40.00 Online Price: $36.00 Save 10%
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Peter Granser: Alzheimer Peter Granser: Alzheimer
"This book is an artistic approach to the topic of Alzheimer's disease. Many of the images are portraits, a classical way to capture an individual's personality. Texts and images are a plea to the individual and to society as a whole to get involved with people suffering from Alzheimer's disease."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZC507H Hardbound $28.00
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  S I G N E D    B O O K S
Alec Soth: Sleeping by the Mississippi Alec Soth: Sleeping by the Mississippi—Signed
"Like Robert Frank's classic The Americans, Sleeping by the Mississippi merges a documentary style with a poetic sensibility. The Mississippi is less the subject of the book than its organizing structure. Not bound by a rigid concept or ideology, the series is created out of a quintessentially American spirit of wanderlust."—the publisher

Please Note: This is the second printing. Hardbound with paper boards. READ MORE

Cat# DP252H Hardbound $55.00
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Sleeping by the Mississippi
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  L I M I T E D    E D I T I O N
Raymond Meeks: Sound of Summer Running Raymond Meeks: Sound of Summer Running
"Meeks' photographic images, steeped in warm, lush brown tones and bathed in a nineteenth century light, seem to fall into our laps from a distant era, beyond that of our parents and their fading Kodachromes, and back further yet to an era of Civil War tintypes and twice-a-lifetime portraits."—Darius Himes, photo-eye Booklist Editor.

Limited edition of 50 with a choice of one of the prints below. The print size is 7.5 x 6 inches.


Cat# TR164H Hardbound $60.00
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Cat# TR164L Limited Edition $500.00
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Sound of Summer Running
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Publishing the Photography Book: A Primer
photo-eye Booklist editor Darius Himes along with Joanna Hurley will offer a three-day intensive workshop titled 'Publishing the Photography Book: A Primer' at the International Center for Photography in New York from July 29-31. The course is aimed at photographers at an intermediate to advanced/professional level who are interested in publishing a body of work in book form.
For more information visit the ICP web site
  p h o t o - e y e    S U M M E R    M A G A Z I N E
photo-eye Booklist: 2005 Summer photo-eye Booklist: 2005 Summer
photo-eye is pleased to announce the transformation of our quarterly Booklist into a 100% subscription-based magazine with a 4-issue price of only $20. The Booklist is handsomely designed and intelligently edited, with articles about photobook publishing, interviews with photographers and book makers, and, of course, our much anticipated survey of the best new photobooks from around the world. There is absolutely no other magazine like it.

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.
Rixon Reed, Publisher
Darius Himes, Editor

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