E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  10.18.06 Vol 6.42
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Kerry Skarbakka's portfolio The Struggle to Right Oneself
"Heidegger described human existence as a process of perpetual falling, and it is the responsibility of each individual to 'catch ourselves' from our own uncertainty. My work is in response to this delicate state. It questions what it means to resist the struggle, to simply let go, and the consequences of holding on. The images stand as reminders that we are all vulnerable to losing our footing and grasp, symbolizing the precarious balancing act between the struggle against our desire to survive and our fantasy to transcend our humanness."—Kerry Skarbakka

Portfolio 2 is sold as a box-set of 10 prints. To view this portfolio click here.
Image © Kerry Skarbakka
Image © Kerry Skarbakka
    Reflected, 2003

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  A U C T I O N S
Going Once, Going Twice! Women Are Beautiful (Clothbound Edition, Inscribed by Winogrand) Going Once, Going Twice! Women Are Beautiful (Clothbound Edition, Inscribed by Winogrand)
Ending Tomorrow! A crisp example of the increasingly rare hardbound edition of Winogrand's masterpiece, signed copies of which are wildly scarce.
Bids shown below are current as of 5:29 pm MT, 10.18.2006
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Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Josef Sudek (scarceTakarajima folio sized monograph): Josef Sudek (scarceTakarajima folio sized monograph) $175 1
18h 30m
Garry Winogrand: Women Are Beautiful (Clothbound Edition, Inscribed by Winogrand!): Garry Winogrand: Women Are Beautiful (Clothbound Edition, Inscribed by Winogrand!) $1,430 6
19h 0m
3 Signed books by Andreas Feininger: 3 Signed books by Andreas Feininger - 0
1d 19h 30m
Sally Mann: Still Time (SIGNED): Sally Mann: Still Time (SIGNED) $75 1
1d 20h 30m
Richard Misrach: Telegraph 3 A.M.: Richard Misrach: Telegraph 3 A.M. $140 1
2d 22h 30m
Danny Lyon: The Bikeriders (SIGNED): Danny Lyon: The Bikeriders (SIGNED) $150 2
2d 23h 30m
Eugene Richards: Dorchester Days (INSCRIBED): Eugene Richards: Dorchester Days (INSCRIBED) $320 4
7d 18h 30m

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  S A N T A F E C E N T E R F O R P H O T O G R A P H Y
©Dulce Pinzón
©Dulce Pinzón
Call for Entries: Review Santa Fe
Review Santa Fe, the only juried portfolio review event in the United States, is currently seeking portfolios, with up to one hundred photographers to be selected. Chosen artists will have the opportunity to participate in reviews with noted publishers, editors, curators, art directors, and gallery and agency representatives. With categories for both long-tern portfolio projects and singular images this is a great opportunity for both emerging and more established photographers.

Entries are due by December 15, 2006, with the event to be held May 18-20, 2007. Please visit www.sfcp.org for more information.
  J U S T I N & R E C O M M E N D E D
Martin Parr and Gerry Badger: The Photobook: A History Volume II Martin Parr and Gerry Badger: The Photobook: A History Volume II
"Following on from the success of the first volume, The Photobook: A History Volume II brings the story of the Photobook fully up to date. It features publications by many well-known photographers ranging from Man Ray, Ed Ruscha and Andy Warhol to Christian Boltanski, Stephen Shore and Sophie Calle by way of Bernd and Hilla Becher, Andreas Gursky and Lewis Baltz. Several innovative books by unknown photographers are also included, offering an opportunity to discover these overlooked works."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# PI178H Hardbound $75.00 Online Price: $67.50 Save 10%
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The Photobook: A History Volume II
Daido Moriyama: Farewell Photography Daido Moriyama: Farewell Photography
No prints or negatives exist for the material represented in the original Farewell Photography, so this reprint was produced using a copy of the original book as source material. Larger than the original (and with no text whatsoever), this version emphasizes even more strongly Moriyama's frenetic, dynamic approach to image making. More than simply a reprint of a classic of Japanese photography, this is a reinterpretation. READ MORE

Cat# ID816S Softbound $115.00
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Farewell Photography
David Newsom: Skip David Newsom: Skip
"David Newsom's SKIP is a moving and highly personal view of the landscape his older brother Lloyd (Skip) Curtis Newsom, Jr. inhabits. The images in this book, tender as they are austere, not only bear witness to the photographer's appreciation for the natural beauty of a particular corner in South-Eastern Idaho, but also represent his sincere attempt to see that place as his beloved brother does."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZC860H Hardbound $30.00
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Boogie: It's All Good Boogie: It's All Good
"A gritty, graphic, and gripping exposé of the underworld and its inhabitants, It's All Good, the first monograph by Boogie, presents the predators and the prey in the drug game today. Shot in New York City's most notorious neighborhoods — Bushwick, Bedford-Stuyvesant, and Queensbridge — Boogie gained intimate access into a world few dare to venture, a world closed to outsiders, a world of crackheads, junkies, and gangsters. From the cops patrolling the project roofs to the addicts overdosing on the streets, It's All Good chronicles ghetto life in stark, heart-stopping images and intense testimonials."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# PY193H Hardbound $35.00 Online Price: $31.50 Save 10%
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It's All Good
Chris Shaw: Life As a Night Porter Chris Shaw: Life As a Night Porter
"Chris Shaw spent ten years working in London hotels, all-the-while using his camera to both document the hotels' unexpected human spectacles and keep himself awake though the long hours of his shift. Whether capturing prostitutes waiting between "Johns," weary hotel staff, the inebriated and profligate guests, or the details of the hotels' faded grandeur, Shaw's images transcend the physical boundaries of a place, and instead capture a state of mind in which few people would choose to stay more than a night. "—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# TT141H Hardbound $60.00 Online Price: $54.00 Save 10%
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Life As a Night Porter
  B A C K I N S T O C K
Michael Kenna: Hokkaido Michael Kenna: Hokkaido
"The Northern Japanese island of Hokkaido has abundant natural forests, clear lakes, and magnificent mountains. It is perhaps best known for its intense and brutal winters. Snow and ice make many parts of the island inaccessible and the local Sea of Okhotsk routinely freezes over. Kenna has been photographing throughout Hokkaido, in these extreme conditions, for the past several years. The resulting monograph, Hokkaido, is bound in thin maple wooden boards and housed in a special slipcase."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# TR197H Hardbound $85.00
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Art Photography: Art Photography Now Art Photography Now
"In the previous century, photography helped shape art; in the current one, it has begun to dominate it. Not only are major international museums and galleries mounting blockbuster exhibitions, but art photographers are also being celebrated as contemporary masters and their work commands unprecedented prices. This indispensable survey presents the work of 76 of the most important and best-known art photographers in the world. This volume will become an essential resource for curators, collectors, scholars, practitioners, and anyone who wants comprehensive, up-to-date exposure to the state of the medium today."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# AP503S Softbound $35.00 Online Price: $31.50 Save 10%
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Art Photography Now
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: 2006 Fall Issue 2006 Fall Issue
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