E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  03.30.11 Vol 11.13
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 photo-eye�Gallery�Opening
� Jamey Stillings
� Jamey Stillings

Jamey Stillings — The Bridge at Hoover Dam

Opening Friday, April 8th, 2011 4-7pm
On Display through May 20th, 2011
photo-eye Gallery is located at 376-A Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501

In the past thirty months Jamey Stillings' Bridge at Hoover Dam images have been featured in numerous publications including The New York Times Magazine, the NPR blog The Picture Show, Smithsonian Magazine, American Heritage and Trend Magazine, among others. Stillings' work has also won a number of awards including CENTER Director's Choice Award, First Place, 2010 Photolucida Critical Mass Top 50 & Book Award Finalist, 2010 and Best of ASMP 2010.

For more information about this exhibit, please contact Anne Kelly by phone 505-988-5152x121 or by email at anne@photoeye.com.


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 photo-eye�Booksigning
Book Signing with Darius D. Himes & Mary Virginia Swanson for Publish Your Photography Book

April 9th, 2011, 5:30 - 7:00 pm
photo-eye Bookstore, 370 Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Contact: Melanie McWhorter, melanie@photoeye.com, 505.988.5152 x 112 or Antone Dolezal, x 114, tony@photoeye.com

photo-eye is pleased to host a book signing for Darius D. Himes and Mary Virginia Swanson for their new, long-awaited title Publish Your Photography Book. For years, photographers have awaited a source of information about publishing their work. This new book includes case studies, interviews with photographic publishing professionals, a timeline for marketing and design and production and many other invaluable resources organized by two of the most knowledgeable book professionals. The signing will take place on Saturday, April 9th from 5:30-7:00 pm and will be a follow-up event to their all-day seminar "To be Published or Self-Publish: A Publishing Primer." More information on the seminar and the book can be found on the Publish Your Photography Book website.

Preorder a signed copy of this book.


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 A�Collectible�Book�by�Danny�Lyon
Danny Lyon: I Like to Eat Right on the Dirt Danny Lyon: I Like to Eat Right on the Dirt—Signed
This unusual spiralbound book is a youthful account of a journey back into time. Produced as though a snapshot album, it combines family photographs taken by Lyon's ancestors in czarist Russia and pre-World War II Germany with his own photographs of his children. The book's premise is that the children receive a space-time machine as a gift and go off into the past. There they relive years of previous adventures through their family's old photographs. Includes many pictures taken by Lyon over the course of a decade, as well as text and poetry inspired by his children.

Signed copies of this collectible book will be arriving soon in as-new condition. Selling for as high as $300 online.
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Cat# BB012H Hardbound List Price: $60.00
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 photo-eye�First�Wednesday�Salon
from left to right: Dornith Doherty and Phil Underdown
from left to right: Dornith Doherty and Phil Underdown

First Wednesday Photography Salon Artists presenting: Dornith Doherty and Phil Underdown

April 6th, 2011, 6:30-8pm
photo-eye Gallery, 376-A Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Contact: Antone Dolezal
505.988.5152 x 114
tony@photoeye.com


First Wednesday's April Salon will be held on April 6th, 2011, with the Salon running from 6:30 to 8pm. The Salon will feature Dornith Doherty and Phil Underdown, both of whom are exhibiting work in the Earth Now exhibition at the New Mexico Museum of Art in Santa Fe. Doherty will present two bodies of work, Vault and Archiving Eden, which explore the role of seed banks and their preservation efforts in the face of climate change, the extinction of natural species and decreased agricultural diversity. Underdown will be discussing his bodies of work Grassland, The Field and The Trapper's Lament, all of which investigate human intervention within the natural landscape.


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 Auctions
Nobuyuki Wakabayashi: Adam and Eve (SIGNED) Nobuyuki Wakabayashi: Adam and Eve (SIGNED)
Wakabayashi's trippy, out-of-this-world interpretation of the Book of Genesis. Cited in Alessandro Bertolotti, The Books of Nudes, the volume is an astonishing synthesis of the blurry, rough, high-contrast aesthetic of the Provoke photographers and psychedelic-erotic' approach that borders on kitsch while still retaining a darkly weird and mystical undercurrent. Highly recommended!
Bids shown below are current as of 5:47 pm MT, 03.30.2011
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Eikoh Hosoe: Embrace (1st Edition, INSCRIBED): Eikoh Hosoe: Embrace (1st Edition, INSCRIBED) - 0
1d 1h 42m
 Philip-Lorca DiCorcia: Streetwork (First Edition)   : Philip-Lorca DiCorcia: Streetwork (First Edition) $250 1
1d 21h 12m
 Hajime Sawatari: Nadia (SIGNED) : Hajime Sawatari: Nadia (SIGNED) $255 1
1d 22h 12m
  Ken magazine (Rare Japanese Photo Quarterly--3 Issues--Complete Set!)  : Ken magazine (Rare Japanese Photo Quarterly--3 Issues--Complete Set!) - 0
1d 23h 12m
Jeanloup Sieff: Kenya, 1961  : Jeanloup Sieff: Kenya, 1961 - 0
3d 21h 12m
Takuma Nakahira: For a Language to Come : Takuma Nakahira: For a Language to Come - 0
3d 22h 12m
Shomei Tomatsu: Traces +  WHAT NOW?! Japan Through the Eyes  of Shomei Tomatsu (BOTH SIGNED): Shomei Tomatsu: Traces + WHAT NOW?! Japan Through the Eyes of Shomei Tomatsu (BOTH SIGNED) - 0
3d 22h 12m
Nobuyuki Wakabayashi: Adam and Eve (SIGNED): Nobuyuki Wakabayashi: Adam and Eve (SIGNED) - 0
4d 22h 12m


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 photo-eye�Book�Reviews
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My Wild Places by Luca Campigotto

"Luca Campigotto's landscape photographs initially entice the viewer with a technically brilliant description of the desolate. Each photograph is pristine and concise in its representation of the landscape, but most lack any defining characteristic that would reveal its exact whereabouts, reinforcing the concept of a homogenous geography." — from the review by Daniel W. Coburn of Luca Campigotto's My Wild Places

Purchase a copy of the book here.
from the books Von Ferne $ Magico
from the books Von Ferne $ Magico

Von Ferne & Magico by Andreas Trogisch

"Von Ferne is the first of an eventual six volumes of black and white photographs by Andreas Trogisch, a German graphic designer and photographer. Von Ferne means From Afar and consists of 30 pictures of black and white pictures taken in Eastern Europe in the 1980s.

The second book, Magico is as beautiful in design as its partner-book but instead of 31 pictures there are 28 with two blank pages at the back. The motifs of street debris dominate the book, but this time there is a more global feel to the pictures. Stairways, mannequins, harsh shadows of tufted palms and a breeze block wall make up the visual vocabulary and texture of the early part of the book. A man in a Stetson closes his hands around something on a night-dark street, a pair of severed pigeon wings line a tram rail, evidence of roadkill recently past, and ladders, more mannequins and a final shadow of the photographer complete the picture. " — from the review by Colin Pantall of Andreas Trogisch's Von Ferne & Magico

Purchase a copy of Von Ferne.

Purchase a copy of Magico.

Von Ferne and Magico are the first two volumes in a series of six. The next two publications by Andreas Trogisch will be available soon with the titles Technik and Mercedes.


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 photo-eye�Blog
from left to right: Mark Klett, Jock Sturges and Don Hong- Oai
from left to right: Mark Klett, Jock Sturges and Don Hong- Oai

Currently on Display — Part Six

Currently on Display is our on-going weekly feature investigating the individual works that are included in the show currently on display at photo-eye Gallery. These artist features include the images selected for this exhibition as well as the artists' thoughts and inspirations behind the individual image or images.

The featured images this week are: Eva, La Porge, France 2003 by Jock Sturges, Torn Poster, Road to Villa Real, 1995 and Donkey Grazing, Road to Miranda, 1995 by Mark Klett and August 25th, Spring Bamboo Boat by Don Hong-Oai.

Read Anne Kelly's full blog post here.


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 Book�of�the�Week
Michael Kenna: Images of the Seventh Day Michael Kenna: Images of the Seventh Day

"A beautifully designed monograph surveying the works of the highly acclaimed contemporary photographer. Kenna's photographs captivate viewers through their silent drama and magnetism: rather than being accurate descriptions of a place, the photographer seems interested in capturing the invisible lines which enclose space, and in so doing arousing a viewer's imagination and reverie. This catalog showcases 290 black-and-white photographs: 200 trace the artist's career, from early 1970s images shot in England, to the photographs of the following three decades, which result from travels and commissions in every continent throughout the world; 35 record Venice's everlasting appeal; 20 reflect one of Kenna's most important jobs, that of recording the Nazi concentration and extermination camps." — the publisher READ MORE

Cat# RZ274H Hardbound List Price: $50.00
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 Life�Support�Japan

Wall Space Gallery in Seattle has a series of donated limited edition prints for sale from a large group of generous artists hosted on their website. All proceeds are going to Direct Relief International and Habitat for Humanity to help in the Japan relief effort.

If you would like to submit work for Life Support Japan you must do so by April 1st, as all submissions will be closed after that date. Information on how to submit can be found on the Life Support Japan Blog.

To view the list of prints available for purchase visit their website here.


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