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E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  12.15.10 Vol 10.50
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 In This Newsletter
 photo-eye Lecture & Booksigning
from the book The Golden Hour
from the book The Golden Hour
Herb Ritts: The Golden Hour, A Photographer's Life and World
Lecture & Book Signing with Charles Churchward

Where:
Moss Outdoor, 530 South Guadalupe Street, Santa Fe, NM
When: Thursday, December 16th from 6-8 pm
Contact: Melanie McWhorter - 505.988.5152 x112 - melanie@photoeye.com or David Cole - 505.983.7300 - info@mossoutdoor.com

photo-eye Books and Moss Outdoor are pleased to host a lecture and book signing for Charles Churchward on the occasion of his publication of the biography of Herb Ritts titled The Golden Hour: A Photographer's Work and His World, published by Rizzoli. The event will take place on December 16th, at Moss Outdoor in the Santa Fe Railyard, 530 South Guadalupe Street with the lecture beginning at 6pm followed by a book signing through 8pm. Books will be available for purchase, provided by photo-eye Books. For more info on the event, contact Melanie McWhorter at 505.988.5152 x112 or David Cole at 505.983.7300.


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Jock Sturges Price Increase

On January 1, 2011, the price of Jock Sturges' photographs will increase. This is Sturges' first increase in over three years and will apply to both his pigment ink and silver gelatin prints. To request an image packet or to purchase his work before the price increase, please email Cliff Shapiro, photo-eye Gallery Associate or call 505-988-5159 x116. To see a selection of Sturges' photographs please visit his portfolios on photo-eye.


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 Limited Editions
Jason Fulford: The Mushroom Collector Jason Fulford: The Mushroom Collector

About the Limited Edition:
Each copy of this signed and numbered limited edition of 50 comes with one of ten 8x10-inch Analog C-prints (some of which are pictured here), also signed (and printed) by the artist. Fulford's signature within each copy of the book can be found upon the page, and within the printed image, which corresponds to the accompanying print.

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Cat# DQ583H Hardbound List Price: $78.00
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Cat# DQ583L Limited Edition $250.00
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The Mushroom Collector

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 Nick Brandt's On This Earth, A Shadow Falls
© from the book On This Earth, A Shadow Falls
© from the book On This Earth, A Shadow Falls


Available from photo-eye Gallery and signed by Nick Brandt, On This Earth, A Shadow Falls combines the best photographs from Nick Brandt's previous books. It features 36 images from On This Earth and 54 from A Shadow Falls and is the only publication where images from both books will appear in one volume, on a larger scale than the previous editions.

Featuring 300-line quadtone reproductions by Meridian Printing in Rhode Island, and printed under Brandt's supervision, the tonal quality of On This Earth, A Shadow Falls is exceptional. This high quality technique and attention to detail has allowed the book to succeed where the previous volumes have not. For the first time in book form, the offset reproductions closely match the rich, velvety tonality and detail of the original prints.

On This Earth, A Shadow Falls is available exclusively through galleries representing Brandt's work, including photo-eye Gallery. The book includes introductions by Jane Goodall, Alice Sebold, Vicki Goldberg, Peter Singer and Nick Brandt. Each copy is signed by the artist.

To view Nick Brandt's work in our gallery, click here.

Click here to Purchase a copy of this book.


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 photo-eye Book Reviews
from the book Grimaces of the Weary Village
from the book Grimaces of the Weary Village

Grimaces of the Weary Village by Rimaldis Viksraitis

"With a goat's head here and a pig's head there, Grimaces of the Weary Village is like Old MacDonald's Farm hitting the slaughterhouse. Shot in Lithuania, it is an unglamorous portrayal of life on the farm, a series of portraits of Viksraitis' fellow villagers, people who "...bear their cross without grumbling about their lot." — From the review by Colin Pantall of Rimaldis Viksraitis's Grimaces of the Weary Village

Purchase a copy of the book here.
from the book Views from the Reservation
from the book Views from the Reservation

Views from the Reservation by John Willis

"There are several good reasons to own Views from the Reservation. First, royalties from the book will be donated to KILI radio, "the voice of the Lakota Nation." Second, John Willis' black and white photographs are compelling, especially in that, when taken as a whole, they give us some sense of present-day life on the Pine Ridge Reservation, a place where sixty-nine percent of the children live in poverty." — From the review by Ellen Rennard of John Willis's Views from the Reservation

Purchase a copy of the book here.


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 Auctions
The Japanese Box (Limited Edition Collection of Landmark Provoke Era Books) The Japanese Box (Limited Edition Collection of Landmark Provoke Era Books)
A collection of six reprints that includes Provoke 1, 2, and 3; Araki's Sentimental Journey,; Moriyama's Bye Bye Photography Dear," and Takuma Nakahira's For Language To Come. A limited edition of 1500 hand-numbered copies in a gorgeous black lacquered box. "This spectacular limited edition collection of facsimile reprints of six legendary Japanese photography publications from the 1960s and 1970s will undoubtedly be a highly sought-after collector's item."—the publisher READ MORE
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John Gossage: The Things That Animals Care About, And. : John Gossage: The Things That Animals Care About, And. - 0
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 photo-eye Blog
from the book Killed
from the book Killed


PPP Editions: Killed, Roy Stryker's Rejects

Killed is a book of photographs that were never meant to be published, photographs that Roy E. Stryker of the Farm Security Administration disapproved of. The images, aptly called "killed," bear the marks of a hole punch, like cartoon bullet holes, marking the images as unacceptable.

William E. Jones' first project with these images was the film "Killed," which later was reformatted into the film "Punctured," which can be viewed below. Starting with the black hole in each image, Jones has created a hypnotic montage of these images, zooming out from the void to reveal the larger image before moving on to the next photograph. It ties each image together, their marks of disapproval forging a unique perspective on the FSA.

Read the full blog post here.

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 Book of the Week
Carmen & Alec Soth: Brighton Picture Hunt Carmen & Alec Soth: Brighton Picture Hunt
"Celebrated American photographer Alec Soth has collaborated with his eight year old daughter Carmen to create a new body of work made in Brighton, specially commissioned by Photoworks for the Brighton Photo Biennial 2010: New Documents, curated by Martin Parr. Like much of Soth's previous work, the photographic journey combines poetic and documentary sensibilities, each photograph and idea leading to the next. People, places and objects are woven amongst local newspaper headlines. Serendipity is at play as text and image combine to make uncanny connections and provide a captivating portrait of a city."—the publisher

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Cat# ZE297H Hardbound List Price: $40.00
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Brighton Picture Hunt


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