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Marialuisa Morando's portfolio Maranatha
Maranatha (Come, Lord) is a meditation on color and prayer by Marialuisa Morando. The photographs are at once soft but insistent, relaxing yet intense. They call upon the viewer to experience their meditative effects.
Image � Marialuisa Morando
Image � Marialuisa Morando
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On the Block: Daido Moriyama: Nippon Gekijo Shashincho (Japan--A Photo Theatre)--SIGNED On the Block: Daido Moriyama: Nippon Gekijo Shashincho (Japan--A Photo Theatre)--SIGNED
Moriyama's scarce and much sought after first book emerged out of the crucible of vibrant experimentation then occurring within the Japanese avant-garde...."The kind of conjunction Moriyama makes between various outsider groups is remarkably similar to connections that Diane Arbus was making at the same time a continent away...Moriyama's book shows all the elements of the Provoke style falling into place in a tour-de-force of existential expressionism."—Parr & Badger
Bids shown below are current as of 6:42 pm MT, 04.19.2006
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Andre Kertesz: The Manchester Collection (SIGNED!): Andre Kertesz: The Manchester Collection (SIGNED!) - 0
1d 17h 47m
Ralph Eugene Meatyard: Aperture Monograph (scarce clothbound edition!): Ralph Eugene Meatyard: Aperture Monograph (scarce clothbound edition!) $160 2
1d 18h 17m
4 Books by Danny Lyon (1 SIGNED): 4 Books by Danny Lyon (1 SIGNED) $200 1
4d 17h 47m
Bill Brandt: The Assemblages (No Reserve!)*: Bill Brandt: The Assemblages (No Reserve!)* $200 1
4d 19h 17m
Nicholas Nixon: Pictures of People (Inscribed Association Copy): Nicholas Nixon: Pictures of People (Inscribed Association Copy) - 0
7d 17h 17m
The Ralph Gibson Trilogy: The Somnambulist, D�j�-Vu, & Days at Sea: The Ralph Gibson Trilogy: The Somnambulist, D�j�-Vu, & Days at Sea $180 1
7d 17h 47m
Susan Meiselas: Carnival Strippers + Nicaragua (2 books): Susan Meiselas: Carnival Strippers + Nicaragua (2 books) - 0
7d 18h 17m
Wendell MacRae: limited edition book with photograph: Wendell MacRae: limited edition book with photograph - 0
8d 17h 17m
William Klein: Rome: William Klein: Rome - 0
11d 17h 17m
Daido Moriyama: Nippon Gekijo Shashincho (Japan--A Photo Theatre)--SIGNED: Daido Moriyama: Nippon Gekijo Shashincho (Japan--A Photo Theatre)--SIGNED - 0
13d 17h 17m


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�Mike & Doug Starn
�Mike & Doug Starn
The current issue of Blind Spot magazine is a double-size tribute issue to the late founder and Editor of the magazine, Kim Zorn Caputo. Darius Himes, our own photo-eye Booklist Editor, has contributed a brief essay in which he reflects on the past dozen years of Blind Spot and recalls an interview he conducted with Caputo in the Fall of 2003.

The issue features fifty of the most noteworthy contributors that Kim worked with over the years. Each artist has also donated a piece of work to Photo-Based Art, Inc., the non-profit that Kim established to continue to support new and vital photographic projects. The collected pieces will be sold at an evening event at Phillips de Pury & Company on this Monday, April 24th, during the Spring photography sales.

To purchase Blind Spot, issue 32, click here.

For more information about the auction, go to blindspot.com.

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Osiris was founded in Tokyo in 1999 by Yoko Sawada with her colleagues. Their focus is on cutting-edge contemporary photography and literature.
Takuma Nakahira: Degree Zero - Yokohama Takuma Nakahira: Degree Zero - Yokohama
"I believe that photography is neither creation nor memory, but documents. The act of shooting a photograph is not something abstract. It is always concrete. No manipulation to make simple things complicated through conceptualization. Only the real I encountered through the medium of the camera is here in my photographs. And now I make these photographs public for the first time."—Nakahira READ MORE

Cat# ZC668S Softbound $55.00
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Degree Zero - Yokohama
Osamu Kanemura: Spider's Strategy Osamu Kanemura: Spider's Strategy
"Kanemura may be attempting some kind of integration with this project; the unconscious response in the city—and perhaps with such work—is to keep moving and walk briskly in order to let the chaos blur into a fog of geometry."—Alan Rapp

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Cat# ZC669H Hardbound $58.00
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Spider's Strategy
Takashi Yasumura: Domestic Scandals Takashi Yasumura: Domestic Scandals
"The minimalist staging—often one or two things per photograph against plain ground—is uncanny in its rigor. Soon thoughts drift to the void, and one's own surroundings and belongings begin to resonate; they take on a tyrannical cast."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZC667H Hardbound $58.00
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Domestic Scandals
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Simon Norfolk: Bleed Simon Norfolk: Bleed
"...the real subject of Bleed is the mass graves of former Yugoslavia, where Serb forces buried their mostly Muslim victims not once, but twice."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZC588H Hardbound $150.00
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Bleed
Manuel Alvarez Bravo: Polaroids Manuel Alvarez Bravo: Polaroids
"...Polaroids reveals a playful, charming, and spontaneous side of the great Mexican master of light and shade..."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# DP143H Hardbound $35.00 Online Price: $31.50 Save 10%
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Polaroids
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PHotoEspa�a, the International Festival of Photography and Visual Arts, has been held annually in Madrid since 1998, turning the city for a month and a half into the world capital of photography.

The Award for the Best Photography Book is bestowed on an independent publisher, group of publishers, or publishing house in recognition of the most outstanding photography publication during the last year.

To read more about PHotoEspa�a and the Award, click this link, then click English and then click Award.
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Photo-Eye Booklist: 2006 Spring Booklist Photo-Eye Booklist: 2006 Spring Booklist
The Spring issue of the photo-eye Booklist is now available. This issue features a photograph by Laura Letinsky on the cover, contains the photo-eye picks for the Best Books of 2005, includes the continuation of the column by Mary Virginia Swanson and Darius Himes about the ins-and-outs of publishing a book of photographs, features an interview with South African photographer Roger Ballen, and, of course, our much anticipated survey of the best new photobooks from around the world; there is simply no other magazine devoted to photobooks. Domestic shipping for one magazine is $1.75 and foreign shipping ranges from $5-$10 depending on the country.

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