E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  03.10.10 Vol 10.10
 photo-eye at FotoFest
photo-eye will be attending the FotoFest 2010 Biennial in Houston, Texas from March 12 - April 1 and will, with great pleasure, be hosting a series of book signings starting this Saturday, March 13, from 4-5pm, with artists Todd Hido, Michael Schmelling, RJ Shaughnessy, and Hank Willis Thomas.

photo-eye Director Rixon Reed will be reviewing portfolios during the morning hours and hosting book signings at our on-site bookstore located upstairs from the lobby of the downtown Doubletree Hotel most afternoons. These events are open to the public.

Please email FotoFest for the updated schedule.

Directions to the Doubletree Hotel can be found here.

For more on the Fotofest 2010 Biennial, visit www.fotofest.org
 Auctions
Just In: Selections from a Major Collection;  Fantastic Recent Titles---Most Signed! Just In: Selections from a Major Collection; Fantastic Recent Titles---Most Signed!
Among them, one of the most sought after photobooks of the last ten years, JH Engstöm's brilliant stream-of-consciousness paean to bohemian longing, Trying to Dance!
Other key titles by a wide variety of artists including Irving Penn, JH Engstöm, Alex Webb, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Thomas Struth, Eggleston, Weber, and many others. Be sure to check back often!

Also on the Block: 10 stunning Walker Evans photographs produced for the book Havana 1933. See them HERE. Bid HERE.

Bids shown below are current as of 5:52 pm MT, 03.10.2010
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Erwin Olaf: Fall (SIGNED) + Silver (2 Books): Erwin Olaf: Fall (SIGNED) + Silver (2 Books) $250 1
2d 2h 7m
Machiel Botman: Rainchild (Limited Edition with Print!) + Heartbeat (SIGNED): Machiel Botman: Rainchild (Limited Edition with Print!) + Heartbeat (SIGNED) $550 1
2d 23h 7m
JH Engstöm: Trying to Dance (SIGNED!): JH Engstöm: Trying to Dance (SIGNED!) $600 1
3d 18h 7m
Irving Penn (1984 Museum of Modern Art Monograph)--SIGNED in Year of Publication!: Irving Penn (1984 Museum of Modern Art Monograph)--SIGNED in Year of Publication! $250 1
4d 23h 7m
  Geert Van Kesteren: Why Mister, Why? Iraq 2003-2004 (SIGNED): Geert Van Kesteren: Why Mister, Why? Iraq 2003-2004 (SIGNED) - 0
5d 1h 7m
Josef Koudelka (2007 Aperture Monograph)--Signed!: Josef Koudelka (2007 Aperture Monograph)--Signed! - 0
5d 2h 7m
  Thomas Struth: Museum Photographs (1st English Edition, SIGNED!): Thomas Struth: Museum Photographs (1st English Edition, SIGNED!) - 0
5d 22h 7m
Hiroshi Hamaya: Ura Nihon (One-of-a-Kind, Inscribed Association Copy!!): Hiroshi Hamaya: Ura Nihon (One-of-a-Kind, Inscribed Association Copy!!) - 0
11d 0h 7m
Walker Evans: Havana 1933 (with 10 Prints!!) : Walker Evans: Havana 1933 (with 10 Prints!!) $5,000 1
16d 23h 7m


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 photo-eye Photographer's Showcase
© Larry Louie
© Larry Louie
Larry Louie's portfolio Tibetans: The Struggle for Cultural Preservation

"I am constantly amazed by the ethnic and cultural diversity I see in our world on my travels: from our gender to our skin colors to our race and our religion, and the differences in our languages, beliefs, and customs. Increasingly, I feel an urgency to document people in areas of the world threatened by urbanization and globalization - places where traditional ways of life, ancient knowledge and customs, languages and identities are disappearing at an alarming rate. People often talk about endangered species and the loss of biodiversity in nature. Some are beginning to notice the threat to the diversity of cultures. The changes brought on by rapid industrialization and urbanization affect not only animal and plant species - societies that have been around for thousands of years are also at risk."— Larry Louie

Larry Louie
In The Smoke, 2007

Digital Archival Print
17x13" Image
23x19" Mat
5 / 30
$1,500

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Contact Anne Kelly, photo-eye Gallery Associate Director, for further information. Visit photo-eye online Galleries. Photographers: Apply to the Photographer's Showcase®
 photo-eye Magazine Reviews
© Pieter Hugo
© Pieter Hugo
This week in photo-eye Magazine:

IN THE REVIEWS:
When a dream machine goes into overdrive, what happens to its dross? What forms do a community's dreams take? Can the overflow be incorporated into everyday life? Dreams have only passing relationships to rational daily life, but dreams can also be manufactured in very intentional ways. Pieter Hugo addresses these dream issues by photographing elements of the machine that has grown up in Nigeria, the movie capital considered the third -wood after Holly and Bolly. " —from George Slade's review of Pieter Hugo's Nollywood

© Paula McCartney
© Paula McCartney
This week in photo-eye Magazine:

IN THE REVIEWS:
Paula McCartney has been making unique and limited edition artist books for many years. She sees the book as a medium and visualizes much of her photographic work in book form, many of her photographs exist only in the artist book. McCartney's first trade edition, published by Princeton Architectural Press, will be welcomed by individual collectors interested in McCartney's work, as it is both affordable in comparison to her artist books and beautiful." —from Larissa Leclair's review of Paula McCartney's Bird Watching

 Limited Editions
Mona Kuhn: Native Mona Kuhn: Native—Signed

Limited Edition with print (cover image) arriving next week and signed copies arriving soon.

About the Limited Edition:
Limited is slipcased in linen, in an edition of 100, and includes a 10x10" c-print of cover image, signed and numbered by artist."-the publisher READ MORE

Cat# DQ336 List Price: $55.00
Purchase Signed Limited Edition / Check Online Price

Cat# DQ336L Limited Edition $850.00
Purchase Limited Edition

Native
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