E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  08.31.10 Vol 10.35
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 photo-eye First Wednesday Salon
Images shown from top counterclockwise: Gay Block, Will Wilson & Krista Elrick
Images shown from top counterclockwise: Gay Block, Will Wilson & Krista Elrick


First Wednesday Photography Salon Artists presenting: Gay Block, Krista Elrick and Will Wilson

September 1st, 2010, 6:30 meet the artists, 6:45-9 salon
photo-eye Gallery, 376-A Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Contact: Melanie McWhorter
505.988.5152
melanie@photoeye.com


First Wednesday's September Salon will be held on September 1st, 2010, with the opening reception starting at 6:30pm and the salon running from 6:45pm to 9pm. Photographers Gay Block, Krista Elrick and Will Wilson will be presenting work. Block will be presenting her 30-year photographic and video portrait of her mother, titled Bertha Alyce: Mother exPosed. Photographing along the same path as Audubon, Elrick will show her work of migrating birds in the watersheds where Audubon hunted and painted. Wilson will present his work titled Auto Immune Response about the quixotic relationship between a post-apocalyptic Diné (Navajo) man and the devastatingly beautiful, but toxic environment he inhabits.

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 photo-eye Photographer's Showcase
© Jon Naiman
© Jon Naiman
Jon Naiman's portfolio Familiar Territory

"In the series Familiar Territory, farm animals and the people who keep them are photographed inside the family home. The unspoken boundary between the human and the animal is explored and brought into question. Taboos associated with cleanliness, propriety, order, safety come forward. The mundane mixes with the absurd. The objects, furniture, decorations, and architecture of these living rooms frame a moment in flux when two separate worlds come together. In previous times, across many cultures, farm animals were kept in the family home for warmth and safety. Though this is seldom now the case, it is not unheard of. "—Jon Naiman

Jon Naiman
Familiar Territory, #137, 2009

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 Limited Editions
Henry Horenstein: Show Henry Horenstein: Show
"The noir-styled images in SHOW are variously amusing, sexy, and harsh - true reflections of the world they document. The book covers a myriad of burlesque-style performance, including drag, fetish, and sideshow. Horenstein says, 'these performers are today's version of the 'starving artist'-living on the margins and delivering their personal expression through song, dance, comedy, and narrative-charged sexually and often highly political."—the publisher

About the Deluxe Limited Edition with Print (DELUXE):
The limited edition is published in a single edition of 20 copies. Each edition comes with a photographic print signed and numbered. The print image is the cover image. View print with clamshell.

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 Auctions
Daido Moriyama: Nakaji e no tabi (A Journey to Nakaji)--SIGNED! Daido Moriyama: Nakaji e no tabi (A Journey to Nakaji)--SIGNED!
A very scarce, but essential, Moriyama title that was re-issued this year by Kodansha. Daido's homage to one of his primary influences, the pioneering Japanese photographer Yasui Nakaji. READ MORE
Bids shown below are current as of 5:49 pm MT, 08.31.2010
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   George Hashiguchi: Yume (Dream)--SIGNED : George Hashiguchi: Yume (Dream)--SIGNED - 0
22h 10m
James Fee: Road + Photographs of America (Both Signed): James Fee: Road + Photographs of America (Both Signed) - 0
2d 0h 10m
Claude Cahun: Photographie: Claude Cahun: Photographie $110 1
2d 0h 40m
Alec Soth: Sleeping by the Mississippi (First Printing!)--SIGNED!!: Alec Soth: Sleeping by the Mississippi (First Printing!)--SIGNED!! - 0
3d 23h 10m
  Rinko Kawauchi: Utatane (Nap)--First Edition!: Rinko Kawauchi: Utatane (Nap)--First Edition! - 0
4d 0h 10m
   Garry Winogrand: The Animals (SIGNED)     : Garry Winogrand: The Animals (SIGNED) - 0
4d 20h 40m
Irving Penn: Flowers (Inscribed!): Irving Penn: Flowers (Inscribed!) - 0
4d 21h 10m
  Daido Moriyama: Nakaji e no tabi (A Journey to Nakaji)--SIGNED!: Daido Moriyama: Nakaji e no tabi (A Journey to Nakaji)--SIGNED! - 0
5d 0h 10m
Mario Carrieri: Milano, Italia  : Mario Carrieri: Milano, Italia - 0
5d 22h 10m
 Moshé Vorobeichic (Moï Ver): Ein Ghetto im Osten (Wilna) [A Ghetto in the East--Vilnius]    : Moshé Vorobeichic (Moï Ver): Ein Ghetto im Osten (Wilna) [A Ghetto in the East--Vilnius] - 0
5d 22h 40m


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 photo-eye Book Reviews
from the book Sunshine Pulse
from the book Sunshine Pulse


"The goal of Sunshine Pulse, as Aki Tanaka states, is to capture feelings of 'wavering between hope and anxiety.' Presented in a contemporary style - color images printed full-bleed and bound in a slick hardcover - Tanaka's photographs convey a deeply traditional message. Lustery images, tightly-framed in the smallness of the book, invite slow, close consideration of moments of sunlight as it passes through and around the petals of cherry blossoms." —From Nicholas Chiarella's review of Sunshine Pulse with photographs by Aki Tanaka

from the book Touchless Automatic Wonder
from the book Touchless Automatic Wonder


"Touchless Automatic Wonder: Found Text Photographs from the Real World revels in establishing unexpected connections between the written word and its surroundings. The book marks Lewis Koch's twenty-five-year search to extricate the thrill of hidden messages buried amid the chaos of our everyday visual landscape." —From Mary Goodwin's review of Touchless Automatic Wonder with photographs by Lewis Koch

from the book Kiki Smith: Photographs
from the book Kiki Smith: Photographs


"Cinematic sequences of Smith's visions and revisions are packaged into five symmetrical grids and woven through the critical findings of curator Elizabeth A. Brown in an adventurous journey through the artist's creative routine. But Brown's essay has been written so well and Smith's work presented so well, that it's hard to ignore a craving for the raw, unsaturated beauty of each fiber separately." —From Rena Silverman's review of Kiki Smith: Photographs with photographs by Kiki Smith



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 Call for Entries


A Word from Santa Fe Photographic Workshops

Our First Ever Photography Contest-Deadline is September 15!

It's time to enter Santa Fe Photographic Workshops first photography contest. The contest closes September 15, and the prizes total over $14,000, including free workshops and VisualServer websites. We're looking for images that speak of FAMILY-in all its glory, from its humor to its quiet moments of grace. The definition is broad, the vision is yours. Join our international community of photographers and share your photographs with our distinguished panel of judges. Good luck! Visit www.santafeworkshops.com for all the details.

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