E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  03.06.12 Vol 12.10
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 photo-eye Photographer's Showcase
© Lydia Panas
© Lydia Panas

Lydia Panas' portfolio The Mark of Abel

"For three years, I invited families in various groupings to stand before my lens. I was curious to see what would happen. Nothing was deliberate or planned. These diverse groupings of children and adults, relatives and close friends, stood graciously before my lens, taking positions in relationship to each other and to me." — Lydia Panas

Lydia Panas
Tatiana

Chromogenic Print
20x24" Image
36x30" Mat
4/30
Price Upon Request

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

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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 Blog
© Steve Fitch
© Steve Fitch


Interview: Steve Fitch

"In reading the introduction of his first book Diesels and Dinosaurs, I get a vivid visual image of a young Steve Fitch speeding down a two lane highway in back of his father's 1951 Buick. This lead me to recount my own experiences as a child watching the road fly by out of the window of my parents car — I believe that experience must be stuck in many peoples minds. My focus was always trees silhouetted against the sky — Fitch was fascinated with small towns, glowing neon signs and 18-wheelers roaming the highway." — Anne Kelly

Read Anne Kelly's interview with Steve Fitch on photo-eye Blog.

View Press and Pics from the opening Highway Culture.

Signed copies of Diesels and Dinosaurs, Gone, Llano Estacado, and Motel Signs are available for purchase at the photo-eye bookstore.
from the book In the Shadow of Things
from the book In the Shadow of Things
A Closer Look — In the Shadow of Things

"I first looked at Leonie Hampton's In the Shadow of Things in December when it arrived as part of the influx of Best Book selections. I ended up not writing about it at the time, perhaps needing some distance to digest it. Months later, Hampton's images have really stuck with me — some have become locked into my visual memory. The book was a little unnerving to get into; the images are so obviously personal that the book requires time, a chance to open yourself up and connect with it, to appreciate what Hampton has created." — Sarah Bradley

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

Purchase a copy of In the Shadow of Things


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 photo-eye Auctions
Bidding ends tomorrow for this week's auction items, every five minutes beginning at 2:00 MT. Don't miss out on Cartier-Bresson's The Decisive Moment; A Loud Song by Daniel Seymour; rare early Kertész and much more!
Be sure to watch Eric Miles' presentation below for details.
Next week in the auctions, work by Les Krims, rare Chinese books, Todd Hido and more!



View the New Auctions Home Page
Bids shown below are current as of 6:02 pm MT, 03.06.2012
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High/Opening Bid Time Left  
Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Decisive Moment: Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Decisive Moment $995
1d 19h 57m
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! $595
1d 20h 2m
Robert Doisneau: The Boy and the Dove: Robert Doisneau: The Boy and the Dove $145
1d 20h 7m
Larry Clark: Tulsa (Grove Press edition, SIGNED!) + Teenage Lust (SIGNED): Larry Clark: Tulsa (Grove Press edition, SIGNED!) + Teenage Lust (SIGNED) $320
1d 20h 12m
Diane Arbus (First Monograph. Rare First French Edition)  : Diane Arbus (First Monograph. Rare First French Edition) $245
1d 20h 17m
Daniel Seymour: A Loud Song: Daniel Seymour: A Loud Song $240
1d 20h 22m
  Imogen Cunningham: Photographs (INSCRIBED)     : Imogen Cunningham: Photographs (INSCRIBED) $210
1d 20h 27m
	Sally Eauclaire (ed.): The New Color Photography + New Color/New Work (2 important anthologies): Sally Eauclaire (ed.): The New Color Photography + New Color/New Work (2 important anthologies) $195
1d 20h 32m
The Ralph Gibson Trilogy: The Somnambulist, Déjà-Vu, & Days at Sea (2 Signed!): The Ralph Gibson Trilogy: The Somnambulist, Déjà-Vu, & Days at Sea (2 Signed!) $95
1d 20h 37m
Helen Levitt: A Way of Seeing: Helen Levitt: A Way of Seeing $265
1d 20h 42m
Garry Winogrand: 1964 Garry Winogrand: 1964 (In Shrinkwrap!)  : Garry Winogrand: 1964 Garry Winogrand: 1964 (In Shrinkwrap!) $295
1d 20h 47m
	Edward Weston: Photographs from the Collection of the Center for Creative Photography : Edward Weston: Photographs from the Collection of the Center for Creative Photography $495
1d 20h 52m
Cindy Sherman: 1987 Whitney Museum catalogue 	: Cindy Sherman: 1987 Whitney Museum catalogue $135
1d 20h 57m


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 photo-eye Book Reviews
from the book Interior Relations
from the book Interior Relations


Interior Relations by Ian van Coller


"Always remember that you haven't fully experienced a book until you open its jacket. Interior Relations is an outstanding example of this. Its publisher, photographer Richard Renaldi, is a big book fan; the small handful of books released by his indie imprint pay close attention to design (issuing from Andrew Sloat) and to the physical experience of reading. Thus, a Charles Lane Press issue, like that from most quality photobook publishers, begs attention as a sculptural, signifying object, influencing and reiterating the implications of the photographs it carries." — George Slade from the review of Interior Relations by Ian van Coller

Read the rest of the review of Interior Relations on photo-eye Blog

Purchase a copy of the book.
from the book Supercell
from the book Supercell


Supercell by Kevin Erskine


"Kevin Erskine is not your average storm chaser. While a new generation of thrill seekers barrel down gravel roads in vans equipped with digital imaging equipment and the latest satellite technology, Erskine relies primarily on intuition and his large format film camera to document the fury that unfolds in the sky. His images come straight from the camera to the pages of his latest monograph Supercell. He doesn't spend hours polishing and retouching them on the computer, so these photographs function as art and as a strict documentation of meteorological phenomena." — Daniel W. Coburn from the review of Supercell by Kevin Erskine

Read the rest of the review of Supercell on photo-eye Blog

Purchase a copy of the book.


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 photo-eye at FotoFest
photo-eye will be opening a pop-up book store at FotoFest 2012 in Houston at the Meeting Place at the Double Tree hotel. In addition to a wide selection of in-print, out-of-print and sale books, photo-eye will also be hosting a number of book signings. Located at the FotoFest Meeting Place portfolio reviews, the photo-eye store will be open from 1-5pm during the three review sessions, March 16th to April 3rd and is open to the public. See a the book signing schedule below:

Saturday March 17th, 4-5pm
Inger Lise Nicola Dill Sea Etchings
Lorena Guillen VaschettiHistoria, Memoria, Silencios

Saturday March 24th, 4-5pm
Bill ArmstrongMandala, Apparition
Bill McCullough
Laurie LambrechtRoy Lichtenstein in His Studio
Kurt TongIn Case It Rains in Heaven
Rania MatarOrdinary Lives, A Girl and Her Room
William Ropp
Lydia PanasThe Mark of Abel

Monday March 26th, 4-5pm
Gay BlockAbout Love, Bertha Alyce, Rescuers
Jamey Stillings The Bridge at Hoover Dam

Saturday March 31st, 4-5pm
Erika DiettesSilencios, Drifting Away
Mariette Pathy AllenThe Gender Frontier
Michael Tumming
Monica MervaThe City of Children
Beth LillyThe Oracle @ Wifi

For those not in Houston, we are also opening up back orders for signed copies of the books listed above. If you're interested in purchasing a signed copy of one of these books, back order now to assure your copy — quantities are limited and will likely sell out quickly.


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 Limited Editions
Jock Sturges: Mit Jock Sturges Familär Mit Jock Sturges Familär
An oversized book with more than 50 unpublished photographs and a text by Jock Sturges Rare is the day when a publisher comes to an artist and says 'What for you would be a perfect book?' and then, having listened to the artist's immoderate ideals, says, 'Yes, we can do that. We will do it exactly as you like.'

About the Limited Edition

There will be a special limited edition of 30 signed and numbered copies of the book with an original print (27,5 x 24 inch) printed, numbered, and signed by Jock Sturges and presented in a large, handmade clamshell box . The purchaser may select his or her choice of one of the three prints. View Book with three print choices, which are labeled on this jpg as Print Choice 1 and shown below as CLAM1 and so on.

There will be also an extremely special deluxe limited edition of 11 signed and numbered copies, of which only 9 are for sale. This edition will presented in a large, handmade, artist-designed case hand-crafted in aluminum and wood. View Sturges with Stand.

The case will contain both the book and an original print (36 x 24 inch) printed, numbered, and signed by Jock Sturges fixed under acrylic glass.

The case is constructed so that it will also function as a display presentation both for the book and the print. Assistants: Denise Avayou, Reka Lajgut, Max Kühn and Hans-Ulrich Müller.

Hardbound $990.00

Limited Edition [CLAM1] $3,500.00

Limited Edition [CLAM2] $3,500.00

Limited Edition [CLAM3] $3,500.00

Limited Edition [STAND] $6,050.00

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 Book of the Week
Donald Weber: Interrogations Donald Weber: Interrogations
"After a lone trip to Chernobyl in 2005, Donald Weber soon returned to the abandoned site of the nuclear disaster and spent the next six years in Russia and Ukraine photographing the ruins of the unstoppable storm we call history. Travelling and living with ordinary people who had endured much, and survived everything, Weber began to see the modern State as a primitive and bloody sacrificial rite of unnamed Power." — the publisher

Read Melanie McWhorter's photo-eye Blog post on Interrogations here.
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Cat# ZE628H Hardbound List Price: $40.00
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Interrogations


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