E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  02.29.12 Vol 12.9
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© Robert Adams, courtesy of Yale University Art Gallery
© Robert Adams, courtesy of Yale University Art Gallery


Exhibition Review: Robert Adams: The Place We Live, A Retrospective Selection of Photographs

"Since I moved to Santa Fe, there are only two men for whom I have driven to Denver and back in one day (720 miles roundtrip): James McMurtry, who played a show at the Bluebird last year, and Robert Adams, whose work was recently on view at the Denver Art Museum (DAM). McMurtry is unlikely to be bested by anyone but I was excited about seeing Robert Adams: The Place We Live, A Retrospective Selection of Photographs, 1964-2009, a traveling exhibition organized by The Yale University Art Gallery. After almost six hours in the car, I was road weary and ready for the visual pleasure of the maestro's poignant, gelatin-silver stylings." — Katherine Ware

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from As Long As It Photographs
from As Long As It Photographs

A Closer Look — As Long As It Photographs, It Must Be A Camera

"Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs new self-published two-volume newsprint As Long As It Photographs, It Must Be A Camera sure does bring out the inner photo nerd. I mean, really.... there is a photograph of a camera made from a turtle shell and it's pointed at another live turtle. How disturbing is that? And to top off the nerd factor, Onorato & Krebs started up a conversation about the turtle camera on the Large Format Photography Forum (screen shots of the dialogue appear in the book)." — Antone Dolezal

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© Charlotte Dumas
© Charlotte Dumas


Three Books by Charlotte Dumas

"I can understand approaching Charlotte Dumas' work with hesitance. Images of animals are among the quickest ways to attract interest in humans, play on our sympathies, tug on our heartstrings. Advertisers seem to be well aware of this, using animals for cheap attention grabs to manipulate our empathy for the promotion of a product. While Dumas' images may initially gain attention due to their subject matter, her photographs move beyond this basic attraction, speaking to the core of the human desire for a connection with animals." — Sarah Bradley

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 photo-eye Auctions
This week's superlative selection of Japanese books ends tomorrow, every five minutes beginning at 2:00 MT.
Next week in photo-eye Auctions, books by Cartier-Bresson, Lisette Model, Garry Winogrand and others.
Bids shown below are current as of 2:45 pm MT, 02.29.2012
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High/Opening Bid Time Left  
Kiyoshi Suzuki: Mind Games (SIGNED): Kiyoshi Suzuki: Mind Games (SIGNED) $995
23h 14m
Kishin Shinoyama: Nude (Scarce Hardbound Edition)--SIGNED!: Kishin Shinoyama: Nude (Scarce Hardbound Edition)--SIGNED! $495
23h 19m
Kishin Shinoyama: 28 Girls (SIGNED!): Kishin Shinoyama: 28 Girls (SIGNED!) $320
23h 24m
	Nobuyoshi Araki: Tokyo Elegy (with obi!): Nobuyoshi Araki: Tokyo Elegy (with obi!) $395
23h 29m
Hiroshi Hamaya: Ura Nihon (One-of-a-Kind, Inscribed Association Copy!!)  : Hiroshi Hamaya: Ura Nihon (One-of-a-Kind, Inscribed Association Copy!!) $1,995
23h 34m
Kazuo Kitai: Shin Sekai Monogatari (New World Story)--SIGNED    : Kazuo Kitai: Shin Sekai Monogatari (New World Story)--SIGNED $295
23h 39m
Hiroshi Hamaya: Complete Works (SIGNED): Hiroshi Hamaya: Complete Works (SIGNED) $1,995
23h 44m
Herbie Yamaguchi: London After the Dream (SIGNED, with Print) : Herbie Yamaguchi: London After the Dream (SIGNED, with Print) $195
23h 49m
Asako Narahashi: Half Awake and Half Asleep in the Water  : Asako Narahashi: Half Awake and Half Asleep in the Water $145
23h 54m
Takeji Iwamiya: Sado (Inscribed)    : Takeji Iwamiya: Sado (Inscribed) $195
23h 59m
 Takuma Nakahira: For a Language to Come : Takuma Nakahira: For a Language to Come $3,995
1d 0h 4m


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 photo-eye First Wednesday Salon
© Karen Belton, Zoe Townsend, Helen Maringer, and Michelle Eckhardt
© Karen Belton, Zoe Townsend, Helen Maringer, and Michelle Eckhardt

First Wednesday Photography Salon Artists presenting:
Karen Belton, Michelle Eckhardt, Helen Maringer and Zoe Townsend.
When: March 7th, 2012, 6:30-9:00
Where: photo-eye Gallery, 376-A Garcia Street Santa Fe, NM 87501
Contact: Cliff Shapiro 505.988.5152 x116 or email at cliff@photoeye.com

First Wednesday's March Salon will be held on March 7th, 2012 at photo-eye Gallery. Utilizing a wide range of processes, tools and imagery, four BFA candidates from Santa Fe University of Art and Design will present and discuss their current thesis projects. The students will give a digital presentation of their work as well as have original prints to show and discuss.


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 photo-eye Book Reviews
from the book Eva's Book/Berlin in Pictures
from the book Eva's Book/Berlin in Pictures


Eva's Book/Berlin in Pictures by John Gossage


"Place has always played a central position within photography. If photographers or artists are lucky, they may find a place, or subject for that matter, that transforms their practice and informs the work they make throughout their lives. In his new book, Eva's Book/Berlin in Pictures, John Gossage returns to Berlin and pays tribute to the fertile terrain that shaped and informed him as an artist." — Adam Bell from the review of Eva's Book/Berlin in Pictures by John Gossage

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 Limited Editions
Jose Pedro Cortes: Things Here and Things Still to Come Jose Pedro Cortes: Things Here and Things Still to Come

About the Limited Edition
Special Edition of 100 books with a 21x26 cm inkjet print on fiber based paper.
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Cat# ZE419H Hardbound List Price: $68.00
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Cat# ZE419L Limited Edition $150.00
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Things Here and Things Still to Come
David J. Carol: David J. Carol: "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things!"

About the Limited Edition
The first 30 copies will be available with a choice of one of two 8x10 signed and numbered original photographs. View print choices:
No Kites, Long Island NY 2010 or Gelato Girl, Roma Italia 2010.
Only AP versions of the limited edition remaining.

Purchase Hardbound [Signed] $60.00

Purchase Limited Edition [GELATO] $175.00

Purchase Limited Edition [KITES] $175.00

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 Book of the Week
Christopher Churchill: American Faith Christopher Churchill: American Faith—Signed
"Christopher Churchill's debut monograph American Faith offers a unique perspective into the collective nature of the word 'faith.' It explores the way both secular and non-secular individuals address the basic need to be connected to something greater. Churchill approaches this task without dogma or judgment; his travels steer us through brothels, mega churches, and into living rooms, always with honesty and respect for the subjects." — the publisher READ MORE

Cat# TR377H Hardbound List Price: $65.00
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American Faith


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