E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  09.28.11 Vol 11.39
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A Night in London (+ 1 other) A Night in London (+ 1 other)
"Brandt's second book, A Night in London, was published in London and Paris in 1938. It was based on Paris de Nuit (1936) by Brassaï, whom Brandt greatly admired. The book tells the story of a London night, moving between different social classes and making use — as with The English at Home — of Brandt's family and friends. Night photography was a new genre of the period" READ MORE
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Sally Mann: Deep South (SIGNED): Sally Mann: Deep South (SIGNED) $280 13
0h 57m
Adam Fuss: My Ghost (Limited Edition): Adam Fuss: My Ghost (Limited Edition) - 0
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Paolo Roversi: Nudi    : Paolo Roversi: Nudi $105 1
3d 0h 57m
 Helmut Newton (4 Books)   : Helmut Newton (4 Books) $140 1
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Thomas Struth: Unconscious Places (Unbewußte Orte)--Scarce Early Catalogue!  : Thomas Struth: Unconscious Places (Unbewußte Orte)--Scarce Early Catalogue! - 0
6d 0h 57m
    Helmut Newton's Illustrated No.1 - No. 4 (1st Editions)  : Helmut Newton's Illustrated No.1 - No. 4 (1st Editions) - 0
6d 1h 57m
Henri Cartier-Bresson: Les Européens      : Henri Cartier-Bresson: Les Européens - 0
6d 23h 57m
 Bill Brandt: A Night in London (+ 1 other)  : Bill Brandt: A Night in London (+ 1 other) - 0
7d 22h 57m
      Ed Ruscha: Every Building on Sunset Strip    : Ed Ruscha: Every Building on Sunset Strip - 0
7d 22h 57m
 Man Ray: Photographs 1920-1934   : Man Ray: Photographs 1920-1934 - 0
7d 23h 57m

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

Dune by Misha de Ridder

"The satisfactions of this concise book are stated in the epigraph, four lines from an 19th century Dutch writer printed on an elegant extension of the soft cover that flows across your lap as you read. Courtesy of this design, the words accompany your experience of Dune, unlike most introductory quotations that disappear when a page is turned. (Thumbs up to Lay Flat for this.)" — from the review of Dune by George Slade

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from the book Visible Library
from the book Visible Library

Visible Library by Sam Falls

"There may be a simple explanation to Visible Library. One might find it with web access and a few keystrokes. I resist the easy answer, looking to Falls' photographs and the book presenting them for clues.

One could spend significant time in this modest volume addressing the questions posed by its title. What library are we visiting? What parts of it are visible? Then, as those superficial questions fall aside unanswered, the provocation enters more metaphysical terrain; what is a library, and what does it mean for that 'librariness' to be visible?" — from the review of Visible Library by George Slade

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 photo-eye Blog
from the book Zapallal | Yurinaki
from the book Zapallal | Yurinaki
A Closer Look — Zapallal|Yurinaki

"Zapallal and Yurinaki are two towns outside Lima, Peru, documented by Andrés Marroquín Winkelmann who left his native Peru for Germany at age 20. Returning as a European-educated photographer, the project that became Zapallal|Yurinaki is Marroquín Winkelmann's photographic effort to address the 40% poverty in Peru and the invisibleness of those trapped below the line. Getting involved in the communities by developing photographic workshops for the village youth, Marroquín Winkelmann also undertook the assignments, purposely shooting from a low vantage point like those of his youthful cohorts." — Sarah Bradley

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 photo-eye First Wednesday Salon
from left to right: Harvey Stein and Sondra Goodwin
from left to right: Harvey Stein and Sondra Goodwin

First Wednesday Photography Salon Artists presenting: Harvey Stein and Sondra Goodwin
October 5th, 2011, 6:30-9:00 Salon, exhibit preview of Axle Contemporary
photo-eye Gallery, 376-A Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Contact: Melanie McWhorter 505.988.5152 x 112

First Wednesday's October Salon will be held on October 5th, 2011. Harvey Stein will speak about his extensive body of work and new monograph Coney Island and Sondra Goodwin will discuss her new series Vegetus Verietas documenting vegetables grown in her garden. In addition to the Salon, Axle Contemporary (mobile gallery) will be parked outside of photo-eye Gallery for a preview of their new exhibition Harvest.

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 Limited Editions
Mark Steinmetz: Summertime Mark Steinmetz: Summertime
"Nazraeli Press is delighted to announce Mark Steinmetz's follow-up monograph to his classic trilogy South Central / South East / Greater Atlanta. Summertime is a series of portraits of kids and teenagers caught in the midst of activity in distinctly American settings. Made between 1984 and 1991, when kids and teenagers were able to roam their neighborhoods with less supervision than today, riding bikes without wearing helmets, and hanging out without constant digital interruptions, these black and white photographs capture the light and feel of an endless summer."

About the Limited Edition:
This special edition of Summertime is limited to 25 copies with an original 11x14 inch silver gelatin print, numbered and signed by the artist and presented in a clamshell box. READ MORE

Cat# TR375H Hardbound List Price: $75.00
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Cat# TR375L Limited Edition $750.00
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Mona Kuhn: Bordeaux Series Mona Kuhn: Bordeaux Series
"In a remote landscape near Bordeaux, Mona Kuhn owns a little house: simple, bare and even without electricity. Kuhn travels here each year to entertain family and friends as they drop by. Bordeaux Series contains portraits of these people dear to Kuhn made over the last four years, as well as landscape photographs. Kuhn photographs her subjects in the same room with a red fabric backdrop and a chair, so that the nudity of each sitter is the only indication of his or her idiosyncrasies. A sequel to Kuhn's Native (2009), Bordeaux Series is a sensual exploration of the contemporary nude."

About the Limited Edition

Slipcased in linen, edition of 100, includes a 10x10" chromogenic print titled Portrait 42, 2011. Book, slipcase and print are signed and numbered by artist. READ MORE

Cat# ZE675H Hardbound List Price: $78.00
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 Book of the Week
Sebastien Girard: Under House Arrest Sebastien Girard: Under House Arrest—Signed
"After Nothing But Home (now out-of-print) and Desperate Cars, Sébastien Girard dedicates his third volume Under House Arrest to the plight of plants. Entrapped behind gates and bars, these mute prisoners in our houses and gardens continue to follow nature's call. Their wildness, which we try to tame, is revealed here in its full force. Entangled and injured by metal, they fight back and they display their irresistible desire to roam free." — the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZE754H Hardbound List Price: $67.00
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Under House Arrest

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