E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  04.13.11 Vol 11.15
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 photo-eye Gallery Opening
from the opening of  The Bridge at Hoover Dam
from the opening of  The Bridge at Hoover Dam

Thank you to everyone who was able to attend last Friday's artist reception! It was a very special evening shared by Jamey Stillings, the photo-eye family and the Santa Fe photo community. But don't worry if you weren't able to make the reception — Jamey Stillings' The Bridge at Hoover Dam will be on display through May 21st. View more of Jamey's work at photo-eye Gallery here. For more information, please contact Anne Kelly, photo-eye associate director, at anne@photoeye.com or by calling 505-988-5152 x202.


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 Auctions
Guy Bourdin: Sighs and Whispers (1976 Bloomingdale's Catalogue) Guy Bourdin: Sighs and Whispers (1976 Bloomingdale's Catalogue)
In some sense [Sighs and Whispers] is the only "book" [Guy Bourdin] published of his work in his lifetime; this eerie opus is an influential combination of commerce, fashion, and art—well, if nor art, then photography as its unruly, promiscuous doppelganger...With keen economy of means, and no digital effects, the images make much contemporary photography feel tired by comparison. That he worked in the context of the fashion magazine and advertising is only another lesson in art's and photography's elsewhere."—excerpted from, Bruce Hainley, Artforum, December, 2001
Bids shown below are current as of 1:25 pm MT, 04.13.2011
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Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
	Masahisa Fukase: The Solitude of Ravens (Karasu): Masahisa Fukase: The Solitude of Ravens (Karasu) $150 1
3h 34m
Guy Bourdin: Sighs and Whispers (1976 Bloomingdale's Catalogue): Guy Bourdin: Sighs and Whispers (1976 Bloomingdale's Catalogue) $350 1
1d 3h 34m
  Todd Hido: House Hunting : Todd Hido: House Hunting - 0
1d 5h 34m
 Karl Blossfeldt: Art Forms In Nature: Karl Blossfeldt: Art Forms In Nature - 0
2d 1h 34m
 Blind Spot (No. 32--Special Hardbound Limited Edition, with 5 Signed Prints!)  : Blind Spot (No. 32--Special Hardbound Limited Edition, with 5 Signed Prints!) - 0
3d 2h 34m
 Lewis Baltz: New Industrial Parks, Tract Houses, Prototype Works (Ltd. Ed. Set with Print)  : Lewis Baltz: New Industrial Parks, Tract Houses, Prototype Works (Ltd. Ed. Set with Print) - 0
4d 1h 34m
Andrew Roth (ed.): The Book of 101 Books: Andrew Roth (ed.): The Book of 101 Books $175 1
6d 2h 34m
Daido Moriyama: Bye-Bye Polaroid (SIGNED): Daido Moriyama: Bye-Bye Polaroid (SIGNED) - 0
7d 1h 34m

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 photo-eye Blog
from the book Myriorama
from the book Myriorama

A Closer Look — Myriorama

"Myriorama is a monograph from Estelle Hanania published by Gottlund Verlag on the occasion of the exhibition of the same name at FAT Galerie in Paris. Meaning a myriad of pictures, the title refers to a series of illustrated cards that could be arranged and re-arranged to make a variety of different scenes, allowing for the creation of imaginary landscapes." — Sarah Bradley

Read Sarah Bradley's full blog post here.

Purchase a copy of this book here.
Images shown clockwise: John Edwards, Mitch Dobrowner and Christine Laptuta
Images shown clockwise: John Edwards, Mitch Dobrowner and Christine Laptuta


Photographer's Showcase and Gallery Artist Update

On the photo-eye Blog is a list of exhibitions and updates for Gallery Artist Mitch Dobrowner and Showcase Artist's Jon Edwards and Christine Laptuta. You can view the full blog post here.


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 photo-eye Book Reviews
from the book How to Hunt
from the book How to Hunt

How to Hunt by Trine S√łndergaard & Nicolai Howalt

"At first glance, How to Hunt seems anything but what its title suggests. Maybe even at second glance, with the book open to the plates. Great clusters of natty blokes in Wellies and Abercrombie gear (the real outfitters, mind you, not the perfumed perfect-body mall stuff the kids are clamoring after) wandering open fields and tidy marshes with shotguns cracked open over their shoulders, occasionally pointing one skyward in random fashion. Dogs scuttling hither and yon, no apparent mission or bird in mouth. Great skies, the vertical plane of action for any hunt. " — from the review by George Slade of Trine S√łndergaard & Nicolai Howalt's How to Hunt

Purchase a copy of the book here
from the book War is Only Half the Story, Vol. 3
from the book War is Only Half the Story, Vol. 3

War Is Only Half the Story, Vol 3

"When I was working in Sarajevo in 2005, a well-known reporter for an even better known publication told me, "There are no more stories here." True, the war story no longer existed in the form often most alluring to journalists, their editors and the corporations that sign both paychecks." — from the review by Joscelyn Jurich of War Is Only Half the Story, Vol 3

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 Book of the Week
Massimo Vitali: Natural Habitats Massimo Vitali: Natural Habitats
"In the first volume of Landscape with Figures published in 2004, Massimo Vitali showed his entire oeuvre from the nineties, broadening the scope of his survey of beaches and discos to include skiing resorts and swimming pools from across the globe. Since 2007 Vitali has modified his perspective, shifting between an architectural background and a volume Natural Habitats, comprises seventy photographs, spanning from 2004 to 2009 — also includes a "genealog - ical tree" of his photographs: 120 thumbnail images which make visual connections by color, composition and time." — the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZE450H Hardbound List Price: $135.00
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