E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  06.22.11 Vol 11.25
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from the book At Home
from the book At Home
 photo-eye Photographer's Showcase
© Fritz Liedtke
© Fritz Liedtke

Fritz Liedtke's portfolio Astra Velum

"April, a freckled woman whom I photographed for this series, told me a story from her childhood. One day after playing outside, her grandmother asked her to go wash up. She went to the bathroom and did so, but grandma wasn't satisfied. 'Your face isn't clean! Go scrub it some more!' The young girl was distraught, for all that was left on her skin were her freckles, and no amount of scrubbing would make them go away.

While many people view freckles as an aberration or blemish, my response is the opposite. I find them enchanting, unique, even exotic. More than once, while photographing for this series, a model thanked me for making something beautiful out of what they often viewed as a flaw." — Fritz Liedtke

Read more about Fritz Liedtke's Astra Velum on the photo-eye Blog.

Read Melanie McWhorter's post on the limited edition portfolio Astra Velum here.

Fritz Liedtke
Fox

Photogravure
6x8" Image
Unmatted
4/30
$600

Contact Anne Kelly, photo-eye Gallery Associate Director, for further information on Fritz Liedtke's work. Visit photo-eye online Galleries.

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 Auctions
Walker Evans: Floyd Burroughs and Family, Alabama, 1936 (Estate Print) Walker Evans: Floyd Burroughs and Family, Alabama, 1936 (Estate Print)
"Throughout Evans' long career...commentators often remarked on the transparency of his pictures. They were thought to represent the thing itself, seemingly without intervention. Thought of as pure documents, their transformative power was downplayed. But Evans' photographs are in fact highly mediated representations, actively making a world even as they record it. They are documentary interventions of the highest order"—David Levi-Strauss in Roth, et. al., The Book of 101 Books
Bids shown below are current as of 2:19 pm MT, 06.22.2011
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Josef Koudelka: Invasion. Prague '68 (SIGNED): Josef Koudelka: Invasion. Prague '68 (SIGNED) $230 1
1h 40m
Frederic Lezmi: Beyond Borders: From Vienna to Beirut (Signed Limited Edition): Frederic Lezmi: Beyond Borders: From Vienna to Beirut (Signed Limited Edition) - 0
3h 40m
Naoya Hatakeyama (2002 Hatje Cantz  Monograph)--Signed!: Naoya Hatakeyama (2002 Hatje Cantz Monograph)--Signed! - 0
3h 40m
Dirk Braeckman: z.Z (t). volume II: Dirk Braeckman: z.Z (t). volume II - 0
1d 0h 40m
Doug and Mike Starn: Alleverythingthatisyou : Doug and Mike Starn: Alleverythingthatisyou - 0
2d 1h 40m
Emmet Gowin: Mariposas Nocturnas. Edith in Panama (SIGNED): Emmet Gowin: Mariposas Nocturnas. Edith in Panama (SIGNED) - 0
2d 4h 40m
Lori Sammartino: La Domenica Degli Italiani: Lori Sammartino: La Domenica Degli Italiani - 0
3d 0h 40m


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 Deep Discounts

This week's selection of Deep Discount books includes five superb Japanese titles. Each selected title is 40% off the original price. A limited number of each book is still available, and once we sell out of them we will not be getting any more in stock. Each week will include a new selection of discounted titles. The discounted books this week include.

Note that the number of books in stock reported below was accurate at the time of publication of this newsletter.

Atomic Superboy edited by Atomic Graphics - Softbound [Sale!] $34.50 photo-eye Price: $20.70 Save 40%
Only 2 in stock.

Polart by Nobuyoshi Araki - Hardbound [Sale!] $355.00 photo-eye Price: $210.00 Save 41%
Only 3 in stock.

Zaisyo by Mitsuru Fujita - Hardbound [Sale!] $60.00 photo-eye Price: $36.00 Save 40%
Only 5 in stock

Daido Moriyama X Hajime Sawatari by Daido Moriyama - Softbound [Sale!] $75.00 photo-eye Price: $45.00 Save 40%
Only 2 in stock

Koshoku by Nobuyoshi Araki - Hardbound [Sale!] $155.00 photo-eye Price: $93.00 Save 40%
Only 4 in stock


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 photo-eye Blog
from the book Burke + Norfolk
from the book Burke + Norfolk
A Closer Look — Burke + Norfolk

"Dewi Lewis' new publication Burke + Norfolk may be the best book I have seen come out this year. When taking into account content, design, reproduction quality and sequencing, this monograph is an exceptional over-sized object.

Loosely rephotographic in nature, this book is Simon Norfolk's revisitation of the work of little known 19th century Irish photographer John Burke. Burke was the first photographer to make images in Afghanistan while accompanying British forces during the years of 1878-1880. The result of Burke's travels produced several photographic albums the photographer sold following the British invasion." — Antone Dolezal

Read Antone Dolezal's full post on photo-eye Blog here.

Purchase a copy of this book here.
from the Seoul Art Center in South Korea
from the Seoul Art Center in South Korea

photo-eye Gallery Artist Update

Filmmaker Brad Kremer has collaborated with photo-eye Gallery photographer Michael Levin to produce an atmospheric short film of Levin shooting in Japan. The film highlights Levin making photographs in a number of locations, visually describing his process with a beauty similar to Levin's own photographs. It's a special behind the scenes look at this photographer's stunning work. The film features a song by Norwegian electronic music duo Röyksopp. You can read more about Kremer's project here. You can view the full video on our blog here.

We also wanted to share with you a few images from the installation of gallery artist David Trautrimas' work on exhibit at the Seoul Art Center in South Korea. The exhibit, called Imagine Earth, features work from Trautrimas' Spyfrost series, which you can see on photo-eye Gallery here.


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 photo-eye Book Reviews
from the book Maske
from the book Maske

Maske by Phyllis Galembo

"I found a promotional flyer for Phyllis Galembo's work a few years ago and tacked it prominently to my wall at home. It has received more comments than any one image in that collage, prompting a range of responses though mostly centered on profound curiosity. The flyer depicts several men in head-to-toe knit garments, brightly colored and intricately patterned. No one was quite sure what to make of it — the mysterious unusual nature of the image is captivating, but also familiar." — from the review by Sarah Bradley of Maske

Purchase a signed copy of the book here.
from the book Skate Park
from the book Skate Park

Skate Park by Arthur Tress

"In Skate Park, photographer Arthur Tress begins by describing the park itself, presenting each curve and undulation of this concrete landscape as a sculptural work of art. Dreadlocks and tattoos appear shortly thereafter; tanned and leathery skin stretched tightly over the lean frames of young men competing for air and glory. Tress romanticizes their condition. Wheels become wings as they use gravity and momentum to launch a fleeting attempt at freedom." — from the review by Daniel W. Coburn of Skate Park

Purchase a copy of the book here.


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 photo-eye First Wednesday Salon
Images shown from left to right: Patrick Nagatani, Dave Hyams and image of Axle Contemporary
Images shown from left to right: Patrick Nagatani, Dave Hyams and image of Axle Contemporary

Artists presenting: Patrick Nagatani and David Hyams
July 6th, 2011, 6:30-9:00 Salon, book signing for Nagatani's Desire for Magic and exhibit preview of Axle Contemporary
photo-eye Gallery, 376-A Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Contact: Anne Kelly 505.988.5152 x 121

First Wednesday's July Salon will be held on July 6th, 2011. Photographers Patrick Nagatani and David Hyams will present work beginning at 6:30pm, followed by a book signing by Nagatani and exhibit preview of Axle Contemporary's photography exhibition Reprocessed Photography in the Physical World. David Hyams will be present his recent work — contemporary portraits utilizing the wet-plate collodion process. Nagatani will be discussing his prolific photographic career and book Desire for Magic published by University of New Mexico Art Museum.

In addition to the Salon and book signing, Axle Contemporary (mobile gallery) will be parked outside of photo-eye Gallery for a preview of their new exhibition, Reprocessed Photography in the Physical World, which opens Friday July 8th, 5-8 pm in front of SITE Santa Fe. The show includes work by Patrick Nagatani, Matthew Chase-Daniel, Key Sanders, Jetsonorama, Jay Etkin, Guy Cross and Marion Wasserman.

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 Book of the Week
Bruce Wrighton: At Home Bruce Wrighton: At Home
"With Bruce Wrighton's At Home we now present the first four-colour project in our series of limited edition photography books for collectors. On 128 pages, with 81 images — most of them full size — the book shows the every day life of a little town in the eighties.

Bruce Wrighton's work spanned a relatively small area, the downtown of Binghamton, New York, and a few nearby cities, and he had only a relatively short time to do it in, for he died in 1988 at the age of 38." — the publisher

Recently listed on photo-eye, three limited editions of At Home are now available. Click the links below to view the print choices.

View limited edition image Woolworth shopper, Binghamton, NY, 1987

View limited edition image Corner of Chenango and Eldridge Streets, looking southwest, Binghamton, NY, 1986

View limited edition image Recreation Room, Salvation Army, Binghamton, NY, 1986
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Cat# ZE356H Hardbound List Price: $200.00
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Cat# ZE356L Limited Edition $750.00
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