E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  09.06.11 Vol 11.36
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Richard Benson and Edward Ranney
Richard Benson and Edward Ranney
 photo-eye Gallery -- Announcing New Work by Nick Brandt
© Nick Brandt
© Nick Brandt
New work by Nick Brandt

photo-eye is excited to announce that Nick Brandt will be releasing new work on Wednesday, September 14th.

Please contact photo-eye Gallery Associate Director Anne Kelly for more information about Brandt's new work.

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 photo-eye First Wednesday Salon
from left to right: Richard Benson and Edward Ranney
from left to right: Richard Benson and Edward Ranney

First Wednesday Photography Salon
Artists presenting: Edward Ranney and Christopher Benson showing the work of Richard Benson
September 7th, 2011, 6:30-9:00 Salon, exhibit preview of Axle Contemporary
photo-eye Gallery, 376-A Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Contact: Antone Dolezal 505.988.5152 x 114

First Wednesday's September Salon will be held on September 7th, 2011. Photographer Edward Ranney will speak about his extensive career as a photographer working in the country of Peru and the American West. Painter, gallerist and custom book maker Christopher Benson will speak about his uncle Richard Benson's career as a photographer, photo historian and author, as well as discuss his own publication company The Fisher Press. In addition to the Salon, Axle Contemporary (mobile gallery) will be parked outside of photo-eye Gallery for a preview of their new exhibition, I Am Animal, Vegetable, Mineral.

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Blind Spot (No. 32--Special Hardbound Limited Edition, with 5 Signed Prints!) Blind Spot (No. 32--Special Hardbound Limited Edition, with 5 Signed Prints!)
Issue no. 32 of Blind Spot, appeared April 1st, 2006. A special double issue, it was a tribute in memory of the magazine's Founding Editor & Publisher, Kim Zorn Caputo. The issue features over 50 of the most influential artists that she published during her twelve years as Editor. This is the limited edition, of which 100 clothbound copies were produced (without the advertising section). It came with a choice of five prints; the present lot includes all five that were available.
Bids shown below are current as of 6:46 pm MT, 09.06.2011
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Hedi Slimane: Rock Diary. : Hedi Slimane: Rock Diary. - 0
21h 13m
	Robert Frank: Seven Stories: Robert Frank: Seven Stories $200 1
23h 43m
Trent Parke: Bedknobs & Broomsticks: Trent Parke: Bedknobs & Broomsticks - 0
1d 17h 13m
Leigh Ledare: Pretend You're Actually Alive (SIGNED): Leigh Ledare: Pretend You're Actually Alive (SIGNED) $210 1
2d 19h 13m
Osamu Kanemura: Happiness is a Red before Exploding (SIGNED): Osamu Kanemura: Happiness is a Red before Exploding (SIGNED) - 0
3d 21h 13m
Ansel Adams: Taos Pueblo. (1977 Facsimile Edition): Ansel Adams: Taos Pueblo. (1977 Facsimile Edition) - 0
3d 22h 13m
Peter Hujar: Portraits in Life & Death (1st Hardbound Edition): Peter Hujar: Portraits in Life & Death (1st Hardbound Edition) - 0
3d 22h 43m
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
5d 19h 13m
Kazuumi Takahashi: High Tide Wane Moon (SIGNED): Kazuumi Takahashi: High Tide Wane Moon (SIGNED) $100 1
Auction Ended
E. Hosoe: Embrace and Ordeal by Roses.: E. Hosoe: Embrace and Ordeal by Roses. - 0
Auction Ended

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 photo-eye Book Reviews
from the book Double Life
from the book Double Life

Double Life by Kelli Connell

"I've been a fan of Kelli Connell's body of work since stumbling upon her website a few years ago. I was delighted to learn that Decode Books has published Double Life, a handsome casebound book of her photographs. There are 36 full color reproductions of her images, an introductory essay by Susan Bright, and a closing interview with Dawoud Bey." — from the review of Double Life by David Ondrik

Purchase a copy of Double Life.
from the book West and South
from the book West and South

West and South by Charles Brittin

"West and South begins in the late 1950s by looking at an idiosyncratic group of young artists, actors and writers living in Venice Beach, California. This ragtag bohemian community is drawn together by the artists Wally and Shirley Berman who feature throughout the series. Photographer Charles Brittin successfully captures the offbeat characteristics of this group — their exuberance, individuality and playful sense of defiance." — from the review of West and South by John Mathews

Purchase a copy of West and South.

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 photo-eye Blog
© Ian Teh's Traces. C-print, edition of 100, signed and numbered, $165.00
© Ian Teh's Traces. C-print, edition of 100, signed and numbered, $165.00

Affordable Art: Great Limited Editions Under $200

At photo-eye we are always pleased to announce limited edition books with prints, but sometimes worry that with the name "limited edition" attached to the title some people might steer clear fearing the high cost usually associated with that label. But fear not, affordable art is here at photo-eye as well and we wanted to point out a few of these reasonably priced limited editions before they disappear. All of the images shown below represent the print that accompanies the book — and they are all under $200.

Limited Editions Featured on photo-eye blog:

Ian Teh's Traces

Irina Rozovsky's One to Nothing

Yael Ben-Zion's 5683 Miles Away

Michael Schmelling's Atlanta

Jim Krantz's Homage: Remembering Chernobyl

Read the full post on photo-eye Blog.
from the book Photographic Memory
from the book Photographic Memory
A Closer Look — Photographic Memory

"New from Aperture, Photographic Memory: The Album in the Age of Photography, edited by Verna Posever Curtis, is a look into the art of the photo album. Culled from the vast collection of albums in the archives of the Library of Congress, Photographic Memory organizes the 24 featured albums into five categories, Souvenirs & Mementos, Presentations, Documents, Memoirs, Creative Process.." — Sarah Bradley

Read Sarah Bradley's full post on photo-eye Blog.

Purchase a copy of Photographic Memory
Portfolio Review Russia
Portfolio Review Russia
Rixon Reed's Report from Moscow

"I'm here in Moscow having just completed my participation as a reviewer in the first international Russian portfolio review. Over 200 photographers, selected from over 2000 from all across Russia, presented their work to over 50 reviewers from around the world. These reviewers included curators, gallery directors, publishers, editors and other notables in the field from Europe, the U.S., Latin America, Australia and Russia. Portfolio Review Russia was held in collaboration with Houston's FotoFest, the Iris Foundation and the Russian International News Agency RIA Novosti. " — Rixon Reed, Director, photo-eye

Read Rixon Reed's full post on photo-eye Blog.

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 Book of the Week
Andy Sewell: The Heath Andy Sewell: The Heath—Signed
"For the last five years Andy Sewell has been tramping Hampstead Heath with his camera and has accumulated a stunning set of photographs... I urge you to support this emerging talent and order this book before it is acknowledged as a classic contribution to our photographic culture." — Martin Parr READ MORE

Cat# ZE730H Hardbound List Price: $60.50
Purchase Signed Book / Check Online Price

The Heath

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