E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  07.12.06 Vol 6.28
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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 ®
Paul Calhoun's portfolio Georgian Photographs
As someone who grew up in the 50's with its barrage of propaganda, "duck and cover", and the characterization by our president, of millions of people as the "evil empire", I had always been curious about the now former Soviet Union.—Paul Calhoun
Image © Paul Calhoun
Image © Paul Calhoun
    Remembering Stalin, 2005

Chromogenic Print
12X17" Image
20X24" Mat
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Paul Calhoun's portfolio Georgian Photographs
I developed an artistic exchange program between my students and young people in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia, and in 2004 traveled to Georgia for a retrospective exhibit of my work as well as to teach photography to Georgian street children.—Paul Calhoun
Image © Paul Calhoun
Image © Paul Calhoun
    Orphans, Batumi

Gelatin-Silver Print
12X17" Image
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  A U C T I O N S
Keld Helmer-Petersen: 122 Colour Photographs Keld Helmer-Petersen: 122 Colour Photographs
"In the history of photography, that is to say the history of photography according to the art museum, color photography became an artistically viable medium around the early 1970s, with the emergence of such photographers as Stephen Shore and William Eggleston. However, in 1948 the Danish photographer Keld Helmer-Petersen prefigured their work by two decades or so...his aim was to make pictures that would only work in color, and not in black and white...he achieved his ends in a similar way to Shore or Eggleston, by concentrating on the mundane and the everyday...it deserves credit as a singular, remarkably early and largely successful attempt to make color photography work."—Parr & Badger A wildly scarce book!!
Bids shown below are current as of 9:02 pm MT, 07.12.2006
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Richard Avedon & Truman Capote: Observations: Richard Avedon & Truman Capote: Observations - 0
1d 15h 57m
Robert Doisneau: Instantanés de Paris: Robert Doisneau: Instantanés de Paris $210 2
1d 16h 57m
Richard Misrach: 1979 Exhibition Catalogue, Grapestake Gallery: Richard Misrach: 1979 Exhibition Catalogue, Grapestake Gallery - 0
1d 17h 27m
Robert Mapplethorpe: Lady Lisa Lyon (Scarce Hardbound Edition) + 1 other: Robert Mapplethorpe: Lady Lisa Lyon (Scarce Hardbound Edition) + 1 other $200 1
4d 14h 57m
Mary Ellen Mark: Bombay Falkland Road (SIGNED): Mary Ellen Mark: Bombay Falkland Road (SIGNED) - 0
4d 15h 57m
Jaromir Funke: Fotografie (+ 1 other): Jaromir Funke: Fotografie (+ 1 other) - 0
4d 17h 27m
Keld Helmer-Petersen: 122 Colour Photographs: Keld Helmer-Petersen: 122 Colour Photographs $500 1
5d 14h 57m
Robert Doisneau: Scènes D'Enfants: Robert Doisneau: Scènes D'Enfants - 0
6d 16h 27m
Michiko Kon (Korinsha Press monograph): Michiko Kon (Korinsha Press monograph) - 0
6d 16h 57m


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  J U S T I N & R E C O M M E N D E D
William Eggleston: Spirit of Dunkerque William Eggleston: Spirit of Dunkerque
"In October 2005, the city of Dunkerque in the north of France invited William Eggleston—considered one of the fathers of fine-art color photography—to cast his iconic glance on the city. Leaving his native Mississippi, Eggleston traveled to Dunkerque to explore its industrial districts, its famous port, and to observe the unique mixture of French and Dutch culture that exists in the city.—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# CF135S Softbound $63.00
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Spirit of Dunkerque
  S I G N E D B O O K S
Walter W. Nelson: Ribbons of Time Walter W. Nelson: Ribbons of Time—Signed
"The Big Bend country of Texas remains one of the most extraordinary landscapes in America. The geology of the Big Bend has been called the most complex on earth, a land built and wrecked over 700 million years by earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, lava flows, floods, faulting, uplifts and erosion."—the publisher

Signed by both Walter Nelson and acclaimed writer Douglas Preston. READ MORE

Cat# ZC845H Hardbound $50.00
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Cat# ZC845L Limited Edition $500.00
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Ribbons of Time
James McNiece: Mountain Images James McNiece: Mountain Images—Signed
"Mountain Images takes you to an environment of incredible beauty and wonderful solitude. The images celebrate all four seasons in the mountains, bringing you intimately in touch with nature."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZC720H Hardbound $70.00
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Mountain Images
Found Photographs: Laporte, Indiana Found Photographs: Laporte, Indiana—Signed
"Each in their unique way reveals both a public and private face, a story untold, a secret to reveal."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# PP027S Softbound $19.95
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Laporte, Indiana
  photo San Francisco: Publishing the Photographic Book
© Cara Barer
© Cara Barer
An intensive half-day seminar during photo San Francisco for photographers interested in publishing a body of work in book form.

Moderated by Darius Himes, Editor of photo-eye Booklist
and Joanna Hurley, President of HurleyMedia.

TOPICS AND PRESENTERS:
The Role of the Photographic Book in Your Career, by Darius Himes and The Stages of Publishing: Editorial, Design, Production, Marketing and Sales, by Joanna Hurley
The Visionary State, by Erik Davis. Photographs by Michael Rauner.
Published by Chronicle Books.
Greetings from the Salton Sea, by Kim Stringfellow.
Published by Center for American Places
Coal Hollow, by Ken and Melanie Light.
Published by the University of California Press.

Sponsored by the Santa Fe Center for Photography. Call 505 984 8353 to register!
  p h o t o - e y e B O O K L I S T
Photo-Eye Booklist: 2006 Summer issue Photo-Eye Booklist: 2006 Summer issue
The Summer issue of the photo-eye Booklist is now available. Our cover features a photograph by Stephen Gill, from his title Hackney Wick.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
About the Cover. Ordinary Pictures. Stephen Gill's Hackney Wick.
By Avis Cardella.
Publisher Profile. One-by-one, the publishers of the books we love are questioned.
Survey of New Books. The quarterly survey of the best new photography books.
Looking South. William Christenberry is interviewed about his new book and show. By Denise Wolff
Publishing the Photography Book. The acclaimed column on publishing photography books. By Mary Virginia Swanson and Darius Himes
California Visions. The Spirituality of California is explored by a writer and a photographer. By Darius Himes
The Old & the Rare Survey. A new regular column that surveys important books of the past. By Eric Miles

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