E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  03.19.08 Vol 8.12
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Thanks to all who made the book signings successful!


photo-eye would like to thank all those who helped to make our signings successful including all photographers, and in many cases their assistants: David Maisel, Thomas Neff, Vicki Ragan, Lauren Greenfield, Steven Benson, Linda Butler, Mark Klett, Arlene Gottfried, Tammy Cromer-Campbell and Edward Burtynsky. Thanks also to the SPE staff and volunteers, especially Kelly O'Malley and Shannon Randol.


Pictured here, spiraling clockwise from top-left: Tammy Cromer-Campbell and Edward Burtynsky; Melanie McWhorter of photo-eye, Amber Johnston, student at RIT, Daniel Espeset of photo-eye and David Maisel; Denver from the hotel window; Melanie and Arlene Gottfried; Thomas Neff; Steven Benson and Linda Butler; Jonathan Hollingsworth of Twin Palms and Daniel; Vicki Ragan and sister with Lawrence McFarland; Mark Klett; George Slade of Minnesota Center for Photography; Dana Triwush of Aperture and her husband, Kent, Daniel, Melanie, Jonathan and Christina Caputo of Aperture in a Polaroid taken at the SPE dance party.
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James Van Der Zee: The Harlem Book of the Dead<br>(Triple signed, association copy) James Van Der Zee: The Harlem Book of the Dead
(Triple signed, association copy)

Inscribed by Dodson, Billops and Van Der Zee to Helen Johnson*. Dodson writes, "For Helen/Whose work of great culture in our theatre is an exultation/Owen/Nov. 12, 1978. Billops writes, "Helen/Lover of the Arts/Thank You/Camille Billops. Van Der Zee signs his name in full with the the notation, "Lenox Mass./NYC"

Helen Johnson, a major figure of the Harlem Renaissance, moved in the circle of Langston Hughes and Zora Neale Hurston.
Bids shown below are current as of 6:21 pm MT, 03.19.2008
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Nobuyoshi Araki: Yoko My Love: Nobuyoshi Araki: Yoko My Love $300 5
1d 17h 38m
Kishin Shinoyama: Yukio Mishima's House (SIGNED): Kishin Shinoyama: Yukio Mishima's House (SIGNED) $250 6
1d 18h 38m
Cindy Sherman (Hysteric Two--Limited Edition): Cindy Sherman (Hysteric Two--Limited Edition) $185 2
2d 21h 38m
Man Ray: 1929 (Poems by Benjamin Peret and  Louis Aragon): Man Ray: 1929 (Poems by Benjamin Peret and Louis Aragon) $200 1
3d 0h 38m
James Van Der Zee: The Harlem Book of the Dead (Triple Signed, Association Copy): James Van Der Zee: The Harlem Book of the Dead (Triple Signed, Association Copy) $550 3
3d 22h 38m
Bill Brandt: Shadow of Light (Rare Japanese Edition): Bill Brandt: Shadow of Light (Rare Japanese Edition) $300 5
4d 18h 38m
Robert Frank: Flamingo (INSCRIBED, Association Copy): Robert Frank: Flamingo (INSCRIBED, Association Copy) $600 1
4d 19h 38m


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Edward Steichen: The Family of Man Edward Steichen: The Family of Man

This classic available again! Copies arriving in one to two weeks.

"In January 1955, Edward Steichen organized the MOMA's most ambitious photographic exhibition ever with the intention of showing man's universal humanity. Forty years later this book, the exhibit's accompanying monograph, is just as convincing as it ever was. In The Family of Man we see life lived everywhere through ritual, emotion, family, birth and death. The exhibit's 503 photographs include some of the most famous photographs of the Twentieth Century."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# AB166S Softbound List Price $19.95
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Paul Caponigro: Meditations in Silver Paul Caponigro: Meditations in Silver

More copies arriving in one to two weeks.

"[The photos] are psychological revelations about the passage of time and the mortality that all humans share. The invitation to unfoldment is extended with a caveat requiring not only silence and time, but also the willingness to see beyond commonplace appearances of rock, leaf, and seed. Paul Caponigro's photographs are included in most history of photography texts and contemporary art museums. Meditations in Silver is published to coincide with a solo exhibition of Caponigro's still lifes at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# TR283H Hardbound List Price: $50.00
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Alternative Processes: The Book of Alternative Photographic Processes, Second Edition Alternative Processes: The Book of Alternative Photographic Processes, Second Edition


More copies arriving in one to two weeks.

"Photographic artists and students of alternative process photography will welcome this new edition of Christopher James' The Book of Alternative Photographic Processes. This significantly expanded edition is a full-color, lavishly illustrated, comprehensive resource that explores every aspect of alternative process image making."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# DT017S Softbound List Price $73.25
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Helen Levitt: Helen Levitt Helen Levitt
"If ever anyone was born to be a photographer, Helen Levitt was. Looking at these pictures triggers that tingling feeling you get from photographs by artists like Lartigue, Kert�sz and Cartier-Bresson: a feeling that the camera is less an expertly operated tool than the seamless extension of mind and body that are preternaturally alert to the world.' — The New York Times from the publisher's blurb READ MORE

Cat# PY240H Hardbound List Price: $60.00
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Helen Levitt
Namibia: Namibia Namibia
"Namibia, on the south-west coast of Africa, is sandwiched between two vast deserts - to the east is the Kalahari and to the west, the Namib, which runs along the entire coastline of this large and sparsely populated country. It is a land of amazing primary sources of diamonds. Much of Namibia is desert, and the sand dunes, shaped by the winds, are colored by the prevailing light."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# TR270H Hardbound List Price: $60.00
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Namibia
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Robb Kendrick: Still Robb Kendrick: Still—Signed
"The cowboy may well be the quintessential American icon. Robb Kendrick has been photographing cowboys for twenty-five years, creating a magnificent artistic record that recalls the work of earlier photographers such as Edward S. Curtis, whose portraits of Native Americans have become classics."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# UT146H Hardbound List Price: $50.00
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Danielle Mericle: Seneca Ghosts Danielle Mericle: Seneca Ghosts
"Danielle Mericle's enigmatic new book of photographs takes as its subject an elusive herd of albino deer that roams a deactivated cold war-era army depot in upstate New York. Through a compelling mix of photographic empiricism and poetic stream-of-consciousness, this book becomes a reflection on our limited ability to access and engage the political past through personal experience. Seneca Ghosts, via its inability to fully articulate the white deer (thus its failure as a useful document), exudes instead the notion of linear history as mere illusion."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZD355S Softbound List Price $20.00
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� Debbie Fleming Caffery,
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Workshop retreat with Debbie Fleming Caffery, Norman Mauskopf, and Carlan Tapp.
Master Photographers Workshop
May 25-30, 2008, Truchas, NM with Debbie Fleming Caffery, Norman Mauskopf, and Carlan Tapp

This unique photographic workshop and retreat is designed for the intermediate to advanced photographer wishing to immerse them self in the art of documentary story telling. Under the guidance of master photographers, Debbie Fleming Caffery, Norman Mauskopf, and Carlan Tapp, participants will have this rare opportunity to assimilate three distinct styles and three points of view in a secluded, all-inclusive environment in Northern New Mexico.

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