E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  08.08.07 Vol 7.32
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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 ®
Gloria Baker Feinstein's portfolio Uganda
"There is a war there [Uganda], and there is AIDS, both marching forward with full force, both devastating entire families with broad, sweeping strokes. Often children are left to fend for themselves. Sometimes they are taken in by aunts, often by grandmothers and in many cases by an orphanage or boarding school. There is comfort in that, and there is anguish, too."—Gloria Baker Feinstein

A portion of the sale of each print will be donated to Change the Truth, a foundation established to provide educational opportunities for the children at St. Mary Kevin Orphanage in Uganda.

Image © Gloria Baker Feinstein
Image © Gloria Baker Feinstein
    Children in Front of Chalkboard, Magada, 2006

Giclée Print
20x13" Image
30x25" Mat
Edition of 25
$600.00

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Contact Anne Kelly, photo-eye Gallery Associate Director, for further information.
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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
© Debbie Caffery
© Debbie Caffery
photo-eye Gallery Picture of the Week
photo-eye introduces a new section of our newsletter whereby a photo-eye staffer picks one of their favorite pictures from the wealth of imagery on our website. This week, Anne Kelly, Associate Gallery Director, has chosen Debbie Caffery's Kennedy, December 1, 1998.

Debbie Flemming Caffery creates emotional and mythic visions. Her photographs are not objective documents, but poetic stories that capture the mystery and spirit of the people and places she encounters. Caffery's images have earned her numerous awards including the first Lou Stoumen prize for documentary photography and the Governor of Louisiana's award for excellence in the arts. Her work is included in the permanent collections of many museums including the Smithsonian Institution, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Bibliotheque National in Paris. She received a Guggenheim in 2005 and a Katrina Media Fellowship in 2006.

Please call Anne at 505.988.5152 x 121 or email anne@photoeye.com for more information about this print or Debbie Caffery's work.
  A U C T I O N S
Nobuyoshi Araki: Oh Nippon! Nobuyoshi Araki: Oh Nippon!
A rare copy of Araki's first conventionally published book! Stylistically similar to his slightly earlier Xeroxed books, its eroticism is quite a bit more playful and non-threatening than much of his later bondage imagery.

Also on the block this week: Walker Evans: Artist-In-Residence (Rare 1972 catalogue, INSCRIBED!); Luis González Palma: Poems of Sorrow (SIGNED, Limited Edition with Print!!) and prints by W. Eugnene Smith, Harry Callahan, George Tice, and Ben Glaha.
Bids shown below are current as of 7:00 pm MT, 08.08.2007
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Hans Peter Feldmann: Die Toten  1967-1993 + Der Überfall (2 books): Hans Peter Feldmann: Die Toten 1967-1993 + Der Überfall (2 books) $600 1
3d 20h 59m
Emmet Gowin: Photographs (SIGNED!) : Emmet Gowin: Photographs (SIGNED!) $310 6
3d 23h 59m
Walker Evans: Artist-In-Residence (Rare 1972 catalogue, INSCRIBED!): Walker Evans: Artist-In-Residence (Rare 1972 catalogue, INSCRIBED!) $500 1
4d 0h 59m
Martin Parr: A Fair Day : Martin Parr: A Fair Day $180 1
4d 18h 29m
Luis González Palma: Poems of Sorrow (SIGNED, Limited Edition with Print!!): Luis González Palma: Poems of Sorrow (SIGNED, Limited Edition with Print!!) - 0
4d 19h 59m
Jaromir Funke: Pressfoto, International Photography Edition, Vol. 2 (portfolio of 12 photographs): Jaromir Funke: Pressfoto, International Photography Edition, Vol. 2 (portfolio of 12 photographs) $600 1
5d 18h 59m
Nobuyoshi Araki: Oh Nippon!: Nobuyoshi Araki: Oh Nippon! $800 2
7d 19h 59m
André Kertész: Day of Paris (INSCRIBED in publication year, in scarce dust jacket!): André Kertész: Day of Paris (INSCRIBED in publication year, in scarce dust jacket!) $1,750 1
7d 20h 59m
W. Eugene Smith: Hitachi Factory, Japan  [# 2] (Silver Gelatin Print): W. Eugene Smith: Hitachi Factory, Japan [# 2] (Silver Gelatin Print) - 0
7d 21h 59m
W. Eugene Smith: Hitachi Factory, Japan  [# 1] (Silver Gelatin Print): W. Eugene Smith: Hitachi Factory, Japan [# 1] (Silver Gelatin Print) - 0
7d 22h 59m


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  S I G N E D B O O K S
Stephen Gill: Hackney Flowers Stephen Gill: Hackney Flowers—Signed

Due in September! Preorder now!

"Stephen Gill has again used his surroundings as the inspiration for this beautiful and evocative series. Hackney Flowers has evolved from his series and book Hackney Wick. This times Gill has collected flowers, seeds, berries and objects from Hackney, East London, that were then pressed in his studio and re-photographed alongside his own photographs and found ephemera, thus building up multi-layered images extracted from the area."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZD156H Hardbound $70.00
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Cat# ZD156L Limited Edition $250.00
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Stephen Gill: Archaeology in Reverse Stephen Gill: Archaeology in Reverse—Signed

Due in September! Preorder now!

"This magnificently produced book features traces and clues of things to come in a poetic, sometimes eerie and quiet photographic study of a place in a state of limbo prior to the rapid transformation that this area faces during the build-up to the Olympics in 2012."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZD157H Hardbound $70.00
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Cat# ZD157L Limited Edition $250.00
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Stephen Gill: Anonymous Origami Stephen Gill: Anonymous Origami—Signed

Due in September! Preorder now!

"The photographs in this book are of folded paper from Hotels, B & B's over the past few years. The paper were placed between pages of a book and taken back to my studio to be photographed. They were sourced from different parts of the world including - the UK, France, Romania, Russia, The Netherlands, Germany, US, Japan."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZD158S Softbound $70.00
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Cat# ZD158L Limited Edition $200.00
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James Mollison: James and Other Apes - Mini Version James Mollison: James and Other Apes - Mini Version—Signed

This mini version was previously unavailable in the US. Limited signed copies are arriving in a couple of weeks.

"James and Other Apes is a magnificent book that will introduce people to a new world, stimulate thinking, and help people to understand better our place in nature — in the scheme of things. For many it will be a humbling experience. We are different from other animals (as they are different from each other) but not as different as we thought."— Jane Goodall (from her introduction). READ MORE

Cat# ZD142H Hardbound $24.95
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James and Other Apes - Mini Version
Jeffrey Milstein: AirCraft Jeffrey Milstein: AirCraft—Signed

More signed copies arriving next week.

"Milstein's meticulously composed large-format photos of airliners in flight reveal the beauty and power of these sleek, complex machines and restores some of the glamour to the experience of air travel."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# AB376H Hardbound $35.00
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AirCraft
  J U S T I N & R E C O M M E N D E D
Lynn Davis: Water Lynn Davis: Water
"From the arctic chill of icebergs in Disko Bay, Greenland, to the roar of Victoria Falls in the south of Africa, to the calming stillness of Canada's Northumberland Straits, to the mysterious fog settling in the gorges of the Yangtze River in China, this essential element is a seminal source of inspiration for her art, and figures prominently throughout her photography career."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZD152S Softbound $40.00
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Water
  I N T H E B O O K S T O R E
Joel-Peter Witkin and Adam Bartos, respectively
Joel-Peter Witkin and Adam Bartos, respectively
Joel-Peter Witkin and Adam Bartos in the photo-eye Bookstore
Joel-Peter Witkin and Adam Bartos were in the store last week on separate occasions to sign copies of their books. Joel signed his two new books, both self titled and Adam signed Boulevard, Kosmos, and International Territory.

Also in the store was Zig Jackson. He has work in Photographers, Writers, and the American Scene and is mentioned in an essay titled 'The Post-Modern Old West' from Rebecca Solnit's newest book Storming the Gates of Paradise: Landscapes for Politics.
  p h o t o - e y e M A G A Z I N E
photo-eye Magazine: 2004 Summer issue photo-eye Magazine: 2004 Summer issue

Back issues of the quarterly photo-eye Magazine are becoming more and more collectible, with certain issues dwindling in supply. Leading up to our release of the Fall issue that will have a Paul Graham photograph on our cover, we are spotlighting some of the previous years' issues.

Our 2004 Summer issue, with a gorgeous Mona Kuhn image on the cover, witnessed the beginning of the long-running column entitled Publishing the Photobook, co-authored by editor Darius Himes and Mary Virginia Swanson.

This issue also contained an interview by Denise Wolff with Gary Schneider at the Harvard Symposium on Contemporary Photography, the conclusion to a two-part essay by Aaron Rothman on photography, perception and landscape, and a visit with the Starn twins in their Brooklyn studio about their body of work, Attracted to Light.

To visit the magazine section of the website, click the cover.

Cat# PE019S Softbound $4.00 (per issue + shipping)
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