E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  12.24.08 Vol 8.51
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© Snow Day, 2008. Julie Blackmon
 photo-eye Photographer's Showcase
James Friedman's portfolio Interior Design
"Interior Design was inspired by my interest in the technology of golf. Premium metal woods and golf balls have been impacted by the use of cutting-edge materials; balls can traverse greater distances than in the past. Drives now travel, on average, thirty yards farther than twenty years ago. Golf ball cores made with high-tech composite materials, created in research labs (enveloped in the kind of secrecy that surrounded the development of the atomic bomb) are, in part, responsible for the improved performance of golf equipment."—James Friedman
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photo-eye Staff Pick

This week's staff pick is by photo-eye's Shipping Manager, Daniel Fuller. He has chosen Debbie Caffery's Lucy, 2000, from Desire Overall portfolio.
 In the Magazine
New Mexico
reviewed by Phil Harris

Lee Friedlander's windows to the world have been coming at us at a steady clip for about five decades now, a series of news bulletins from the under-mapped monochrome continent, Friedland. Whether framed by a car window, sun-spattered and expansive, or hermetic as the atmosphere in an oxygen tent, it's been pretty easy to spot one of his pictures — regardless of subject...

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 Auctions
Rineke Dijkstra: Israel Portraits (SCARCE Israeli Exhibition Catalogue) Rineke Dijkstra: Israel Portraits (SCARCE Israeli Exhibition Catalogue)
One of Dijkstra's best known bodies of work. Now quite rare, this catalogue accompanied a 2001 show at two Israeli venues. As she explains in her preface, "In my work, I look for specific characteristics of individual people within group settings...I am interested in the paradox between identity and uniformity, in the power and vulnerability of each individual and each group. It is this paradox that I try to visualize by concentrating on poses, attitudes, gestures and gazes."

Also on the block, a rare copy of the bizarrely compelling Mao Tsetung: A Selection of Photographs!
Bids shown below are current as of 12:22 pm MT, 12.24.2008
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Nancy Rexroth: Iowa + The Platinotype (BOTH SIGNED!) : Nancy Rexroth: Iowa + The Platinotype (BOTH SIGNED!) $300 1
2d 2h 37m
Robert Frank: Lines of My Hand (Lustrum Press edition, Association Copy!): Robert Frank: Lines of My Hand (Lustrum Press edition, Association Copy!) - 0
2d 3h 37m
  	 Stephen Shore: Uncommon Places, 50 Unpublished Photographs 1973-1978: Stephen Shore: Uncommon Places, 50 Unpublished Photographs 1973-1978 $100 1
2d 4h 37m
First, Throw Out Verisimilitude (Provoke nos. 4 & 5)--SIGNED by Moriyama  : First, Throw Out Verisimilitude (Provoke nos. 4 & 5)--SIGNED by Moriyama - 0
4d 3h 37m
 William Klein: Paris + Klein (INSCRIBED) : William Klein: Paris + Klein (INSCRIBED) - 0
5d 3h 37m
Rineke Dijkstra: Israel Portraits: Rineke Dijkstra: Israel Portraits $320 9
7d 1h 37m
Gabriel Orozco: Scarce 1993 Kanaal Art Foundation Catalogue + Chacahua (2 Books): Gabriel Orozco: Scarce 1993 Kanaal Art Foundation Catalogue + Chacahua (2 Books) - 0
7d 2h 37m
WassinkLundgren: Empty Bottles (1st edition, SIGNED): WassinkLundgren: Empty Bottles (1st edition, SIGNED) $200 1
7d 3h 37m
John Baldessari: While something is happening here, something else is happening there: John Baldessari: While something is happening here, something else is happening there - 0
7d 4h 37m
(Anonymous) Mao Tsetung: A Selection of Photographs: (Anonymous) Mao Tsetung: A Selection of Photographs - 0
8d 2h 37m
Larry Clark: 1992: Larry Clark: 1992 $400 1
8d 3h 37m


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Phillip Toledano: Phonesex Phillip Toledano: Phonesex
"Toledano has photographed nearly thirty phonesex operators in the intimate setting of their own homes, offering a seldom-seen glimpse into the reality of what otherwise is a fantasy created by the operator's voice, and caller's imagination. Accompanying every portrait is a text written by each subject touching on some aspect of his or her experience as an operator."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# TT157H Hardbound List Price: $50.00
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Phonesex
Nicolas Righetti: Love Me Turkmenistan Nicolas Righetti: Love Me Turkmenistan
"Saparmurat Niyazov, President of the Turkmen Soviet Socialist Republic of Turkmenistan, died early on 21st December 2006 in a strange new world of his own creation. His official title, bestowed on himself, was Turkmenbashi , or leader of Turkmen. Coming from a humble orphaned background, he soon worked his way up through the Communist party, and was eventually made President of a newly independent Turkmenistan from the collapsing Soviet Union."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# TL042H Hardbound List Price: $29.95
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Love Me Turkmenistan
Linda Connor: Odyssey Linda Connor: Odyssey—Signed

Signed copies arriving in January.

"Linda Connor's world-renowned photographs are global and sublime. For thirty years she has created distinctively glowing, contemplative images of nature and religious sites around the world using a large-format camera and glassplate negatives. This career-spanning retrospective collects Connor's haunting photos, including her renowned prints from century-old glass-plate astronomical negatives from Lick Observatory, contextualized by an unprecedented three-way conversation between Linda and two modern luminaries, Robert Adams and Emmet Gowin."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# CI210H Hardbound List Price: $55.00
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Odyssey
Robert And Shana Parkeharrison: Counterpoint Robert And Shana Parkeharrison: Counterpoint
"Nearly a decade after the publication of The Architect's Brother, Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison will be releasing their second title which revisits themes explored in the first book including man's destruction and healing of the planet. Shot in color, the photographs also utilize the ParkeHarrisons' early technique of applying pigment by hand, directly to their large-scale prints."—the publisher

Also available is signed and numbered boxed edition and a limited edition with limited edition print. READ MORE

Cat# TT159H Hardbound List Price: $65.00
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Cat# TT159L Limited Edition $1,200.00
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Counterpoint
Philip Jones Griffiths: Recollections Philip Jones Griffiths: Recollections
"This new book however presents a period much closer to home, with a departure towards many previously unseen images taken of Britain in the 1950s, 60s and 70s. Griffiths' images depict social and political affairs and landmark events over three decades of change and upheaval in Great Britain."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# TL048H Hardbound List Price: $79.95
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Recollections
Andre Lutzen: Before Elvis there was nothing Andre Lutzen: Before Elvis there was nothing
"Fifty years after Robert Frank's The Americans, the German photographer Andre Lutzen sets off on his own odyssey through everyday life in America. His road trip takes us from Colorado to Mississippi. The series radiates Lutzen's own singular style: documentary photography that derives its vitality from atmosphere and movement while also evoking aspects of self-imposed solitude."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZD569H Hardbound List Price: $55.00
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Michael Fried: Why Photography Matters as Art as Never Before Michael Fried: Why Photography Matters as Art as Never Before

More copies arriving in one to two weeks.

"From the late 1970s onward, serious art photography began to be made at large scale and for the wall. Michael Fried argues that this immediately compelled photographers to grapple with issues centering on the relationship between the photograph and the viewer standing before it that until then had been the province only of painting."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# YU094H Hardbound List Price: $55.00
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