E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  06.20.07 Vol 7.25
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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 ®
Kim Hunter's portfolio Angels and Insects
"Each image is a combination of original and found photography, painting, and collage using odd bits of ephemera and vintage imagery. I strive to create stories that are poetic, whimsical and haunting. At their core this work is a meditation on the human experience, the passage of time, and childhood. They're explorations of the thin realm that exists between what we see and what we can't."—Kim Hunter

Image © Kim Hunter
Image © Kim Hunter
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  p h o t o - e y e G A L L E R Y S a n t a F e
© David H. Gibson, Kevin O'Connell, and Don Hong-Oai, respectively.
© David H. Gibson, Kevin O'Connell, and Don Hong-Oai, respectively. 
David Gibson, Kevin O'Connell and Don Hong-Oai Exhibition Closes Soon

Currently on display in our Santa Fe Gallery, Ephemeral Moments by David H. Gibson and Don Hong-Oai. Also showing One Hundred Days by Kevin O'Connell and a showcase of recent images by Julie Blackmon The closing date for Ephemeral Moments has been extended until July 6th. Please stop by 376 Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM or view the work online at photoeye.com
  A U C T I O N S
Nobuyoshi Araki: Sentimental Journey--Okinawa Sequel Nobuyoshi Araki: Sentimental Journey--Okinawa Sequel
A scarce, very early Araki title that predates by several years his preoccupation with life's erotic underbelly. These unpremeditated fragments of everyday life anticipate the diaristic approach taken by many contemporary photographers. Araki's books from the early seventies are much sought after.
Bids shown below are current as of 7:13 pm MT, 06.20.2007
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
André Kertész: Diary of Light, 1912-1985: André Kertész: Diary of Light, 1912-1985 $250 1
1d 17h 46m
Nobuyoshi Araki: Sentimental Journey--Okinawa Sequel: Nobuyoshi Araki: Sentimental Journey--Okinawa Sequel $1,500 1
2d 21h 46m
Peter Merom: The Death of a Lake: Peter Merom: The Death of a Lake - 0
3d 19h 46m
Paolo Gasparini: Megalopolis: Los Angeles, Mexico, San Paolo: Paolo Gasparini: Megalopolis: Los Angeles, Mexico, San Paolo $220 1
3d 20h 46m
Irving Penn: Moments Preserved: Irving Penn: Moments Preserved $275 1
3d 23h 46m
2 Signed Books by Jock Sturges: 2 Signed Books by Jock Sturges $280 1
4d 16h 46m
Madhaus: Ein aufgeschlossene Firma (Madaus: An Innovative Company): Madhaus: Ein aufgeschlossene Firma (Madaus: An Innovative Company) $400 1
4d 17h 46m
William Eggleston's Guide: William Eggleston's Guide - 0
4d 18h 16m
Lee Friedlander: 3 Signed Books: Lee Friedlander: 3 Signed Books $225 1
7d 17h 16m
Andreas Magdanz: Dienststelle Marienthal (Marienthal Office/Bunker Photographs)--SIGNED!: Andreas Magdanz: Dienststelle Marienthal (Marienthal Office/Bunker Photographs)--SIGNED! $320 1
7d 18h 46m
Lee Friedlander: Cray at Chippewa Falls (SIGNED, with preview portfolio): Lee Friedlander: Cray at Chippewa Falls (SIGNED, with preview portfolio) - 0
8d 18h 46m


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  J U S T I N & R E C O M M E N D E D
Daido Moriyama: it Daido Moriyama: it
"A photographer who channels all the contradictions and idiosyncrasies inherent in the idea of modernity and consistently delivers something which is simultaneously aggressive and argumentative as well a hypnotic and seductive. Photographs as they are meant to be experienced, intimately."—Vince Aletti from the photo-eye Spring 2007 Booklist READ MORE

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Robert Frank: C'est Vrai! (One Hour) Robert Frank: C'est Vrai! (One Hour)
"C'est vrai! (One Hour) is a single-take of Robert Frank and actor Kevin O'Connor walking and riding in the back of a minivan through lower Manhattan. Shot between 3:45 and 4:45 p.m. on July 26, 1990, it appears to document a journey, but this little and little-known book, first issued by Hanuman in 1992, reveals it to have had a script (by Frank and his assistant, Michal Rovner) and enough actors (27) and crew to fill two pages of credits."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# DP616H Hardbound $20.00 Online Price: $18.00 Save 10%
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  B O O K A W A R D S
© Perry Dilbeck, Peter Steinhauer and Richard Renaldi, respectively
© Perry Dilbeck, Peter Steinhauer and Richard Renaldi, respectively
Recent Book Awards: Georgia Author of the Year, PDN and Prix de la Photographie Paris
Perry Dilbeck has been awarded the Georgia Author of the Year Award for Creative Non-Fiction: Specialty Book for his book The Last Harvest: Truck Farmers in the Deep South. For more information on this award, go to the Georgia Author of the Year Awards site.

Other book awards of note from the last few months are the Prix de la Photographie Paris and the PDN May issue dedicated to the "Players" in photography now featuring some of the best books of the past year. Some of the books you can view on our site that were honored are:

Scott Peterman
Robert Polidori After the Flood
David Levinthal Baseball
Richard Renaldi Figure and Ground
William Christenberry
Kahn & Selesnick The Apollo Prophecies
Lauren Greenfield Thin
Chuck Close A Couple of Ways of Doing Something
Stoked: The Evolution of Action Sports
Paolo Ventura War Souvenir
Francesca Woodman
Full of Grace: A Journey through Childhood
Photo Trouvee
Stephen Gill Buried
Boogie It's All Good
Lili Almog Perfect Intimacy
Peter Steinhauer Enduring Spirit of Vietnam
Mark Edward Harris Wanderlust
John Sexton Recollections
Edward Levinson Timescapes Japan: A Pinhole Journey
Charlie Crane Welcome to Pyongyang
  S E L E C T I O N S F R O M    P H O T O - E Y E    M A G A Z I N E 
John Pilson: Interregna John Pilson: Interregna
"These photographs document a pre-9/11 moment—the officescape of a 24/7 investment bank at the height of the dot-com bubble, where John Pilson (*1968) worked as a computer graphics operator on the graveyard shift. Using the opportunities provided by the "dead time" of late night and early morning, he began to explore this space using still and video photography. The expected elements are all present: cubicles, fluorescent light, smeared gray carpet, beige boxes. The landscape of New York's financial district, seen through windows, provides the occasional background. A clue to Pilson's discoveries here is provided by the title."—the publisher READ MORE

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  I N T H E B O O K S T O R E
David Maisel and Mary Virginia Swanson in bookstore
David Maisel was in town for a lecture at the Santa Fe Art Institute and dropped by photo-eye to say hello and sign some copies of his book Oblivion.

Mary Virgina Swanson's visit to the bookstore on Thursday of last week was informative and fun for all in her class from the Santa Fe Workshops. Here's "Swan" with photo-eye Booklist editor Darius Himes, who, along with Rixon Reed, photo-eye Director, talked with her class.
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  p h o t o - e y e M A G A Z I N E
: 2007 Summer photo-eye Booklist 2007 Summer photo-eye Booklist
The Summer issue of the photo-eye Booklist is now available for purchase through our bookstore. The cover features a photograph by Martin Parr from Parrjective.

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