E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  11.16.11 Vol 11.46
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André Kertész/György Bölöni: Az Igazi Ady (The Real Ady)--Rare 1934 First Edition! André Kertész/György Bölöni: Az Igazi Ady (The Real Ady)--Rare 1934 First Edition!
rare volume that places the work of Kertész in an important contemporary context! Among several of Kertész's earliest appearances in print (Enfants, 1933; Paris Vu par André Kertész, 1934; Nos Amies Les Bêtes, 1936) for a project that was closer to his heart than many. READ MORE
Bids shown below are current as of 3:47 pm MT, 11.16.2011
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Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
André Kertész/György Bölöni: Az Igazi Ady (The Real Ady)--Rare 1934 First Edition!: André Kertész/György Bölöni: Az Igazi Ady (The Real Ady)--Rare 1934 First Edition! - 0
3d 0h 12m
Photographie (Art et Mé tiers Graphiques)--1930 & 1931 (2 Issues!): Photographie (Art et Mé tiers Graphiques)--1930 & 1931 (2 Issues!) - 0
3d 20h 12m
	O. Winston Link: Steam, Steel & Stars: America's Last Steam Railroad (INSCRIBED!): O. Winston Link: Steam, Steel & Stars: America's Last Steam Railroad (INSCRIBED!) - 0
4d 2h 12m
Daido Moriyama: Fragments (SIGNED!): Daido Moriyama: Fragments (SIGNED!) - 0
4d 3h 12m
Bruce Davidson: East 100th Street (SIGNED): Bruce Davidson: East 100th Street (SIGNED) - 0
4d 22h 12m
Shomei Tomatsu: Nagasaki: 11:02 (1995 reprint)--Double SIGNED, with Obi: Shomei Tomatsu: Nagasaki: 11:02 (1995 reprint)--Double SIGNED, with Obi - 0
6d 0h 12m
Christopher Makos: White Trash (SIGNED by Makos and Andy Warhol): Christopher Makos: White Trash (SIGNED by Makos and Andy Warhol) - 0
6d 1h 12m
Robert Frank: A Mini-Archive (5 Rare Catalogues, 2 Publications): Robert Frank: A Mini-Archive (5 Rare Catalogues, 2 Publications) $320 1
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 photo-eye Book Reviews
from the book Ask the Cat
from the book Ask the Cat
Ask the Cat by Satoru Toma

"In Ask the Cat, Satoru Toma wanders the area surrounding Brussels as a cat would — straying into open areas, crawling through the underbrush of the woods and along the edges of society — looking for photographs. He is drawn to the warm sharp light specific to the region. The light and various histories of the landscapes are used to create a mixture of portraits, and shots of semi-urban and rural settings in color." — from the review of Ask the Cat by Tom Leininger

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from the book Traces
from the book Traces
Traces by Ian Teh

"Over the past twenty years, large swaths of China's landscape have been transformed and denuded of their natural resources in an effort to propel the country into the 21st century. The skyscrapers of Shanghai or Beijing superficially display progress, but powerful political forces and willful ignorance often hide the environmental cost of such rapid development. This is not unique to China. All countries and their citizens prefer to remain ignorant of, or resigned to, the demands and toll we place on the earth in order to live the lives we live. Ian Teh's Traces (Dark Clouds) is really two bodies of overlapping work that examine the rapidly industrialized landscapes of China's remote provinces, as well as their human costs." — from the review of Traces by Adam Bell

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 Almost Out-of-Print
Andy Sewell: The Heath Andy Sewell: The Heath—Signed

The Heath by Andy Sewell is almost out of print and the price will be increasing soon. We have a limited number of copies available at the current price of $60.50.

"The Heath is a book that suggests the notion of an eloquent withdraw. It is also a book about a place, the Hampstead Heath, an ancient park located at one of the highest points in London. It is a place seemingly buried deep within the urban surroundings of the English city and exists as a wild but managed landscape. Naturally captivated by the Heath, Sewell spent five years losing himself in this hybrid expanse, creating a series of photographs that have uncovered the subtle beauty of the terrain, as well as his personal maturity in photographic approach." — from Antone Dolezal's review in photo-eye Magazine. READ MORE

Cat# ZE730H Hardbound List Price: $60.50
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The Heath


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 photo-eye Blog
© Grace Weston
© Grace Weston

photo-eye Interviews: Grace Weston

Grace Weston's staged vignettes combine the whimsical with a delightfully dark sense of humor. Carefully constructed and lit with precision, Weston's images are composed of familiar objects — toys, doll house furniture, artificial birds and decorative trinkets — but her worlds exist in such completeness that each forms a miniature reality. It is this fullness of vision that makes her work so compelling — each frozen scene is like a single line from a story.

Read the interview here.

See Grace Weston's work on the Photographer's Showcase here.
© Nick Brandt
© Nick Brandt
Nick Brandt On His New Work

Currently on display at photo-eye is a group exhibition which includes a few new photographs by Nick Brandt. Anne Kelly asked Mr. Brandt to tell us a little bit about these striking new images.

Read the full blog post here.


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 Book of the Week
Terry Richardson: Mom & Dad Terry Richardson: Mom & Dad
"There's little need to say anything about Terry Richardson as everything has already been said!

But once again, with this stunning series of images Terry delves deeply and indiscriminately into the world with his camera revealing the all too personal nature of his life... his family life.

Terry's images don't desist to shock, be it following his colourful yet frail mother or tracking his father's life and the decline of his mental health though his last days.... Terry's camera has no boundaries, no judgement, just the simple truth of the snapshot, an intimate portrait of his family and in turn more or less a self-portrait of Terry Richardson the son." — the publisher

The double book in a sleeve is immaculately art directed by Suburbia Media. READ MORE

Cat# ZE738H Hardbound List Price: $85.00
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Mom & Dad


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