E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  03.28.12 Vol 12.13
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 photo-eye Gallery Santa Fe - New Work
© Tom Chambers
© Tom Chambers

photo-eye Gallery is pleased to announce a new image by Tom Chambers from his Illumination Series titled What Was That World. Read the blog post on this series here. More of Chamber's work can be viewed here.

To reserve a print of What Was That World in the first price tier, please email photo-eye Gallery Associate Director Anne Kelly or call (505) 988-5152 x202.

Tom Chambers first book Entropic Kingdom is also currently available for pre-order through photo-eye. Preorder a copy here.

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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 DoubleTree 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 31st, 4-5pm
Erika Diettes — SilenciosDrifting Away
Mariette Pathy Allen — The Gender Frontier
Michael Tumming
Monica MervaThe City of Children
Beth Lilly — The 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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 photo-eye Auctions
Photobook rarities on offer this week include Marc Attali & Jacques Delfau's Les Erotiques du Regard; Tony Ray-Jones' A Day Off, a rare signed copy of Roll, Jordan, Roll with photographs by Doris Ullman, Walker Evans' Message From the Interior and more! Be sure to watch Eric Miles' presentation below. More great books coming this Saturday!

We are now accepting consignments of fine photobooks and prints. Be sure to contact Eric Miles if you have material you'd like us to consider. See our auction F.A.Q for guidelines.



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Bids shown below are current as of 5:38 pm MT, 03.28.2012
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High/Opening Bid Time Left  
Marc Attali (and Jacques Delfau) Les Erotiques Du Regard [The Erotics of the Gaze]: Marc Attali (and Jacques Delfau) Les Erotiques Du Regard [The Erotics of the Gaze] $495
20h 21m
	Martin Parr: Last Resort (1st Edition!): Martin Parr: Last Resort (1st Edition!) $195
20h 26m
Walker Evans: Message From the Interior: Walker Evans: Message From the Interior $540
20h 31m
Julia Peterkin, &  Doris Ulmann:  Roll, Jordan, Roll (SIGNED): Julia Peterkin, & Doris Ulmann: Roll, Jordan, Roll (SIGNED) $595
20h 36m
Tony Ray-Jones: A Day Off  (Scarce Hardbound First Edition!): Tony Ray-Jones: A Day Off (Scarce Hardbound First Edition!) $185
20h 41m
Robert Frank: The Americans (1978 Aperture Edition): Robert Frank: The Americans (1978 Aperture Edition) $185
20h 51m
Mary Ellen Mark: Indian Circus (Inscribed) : Mary Ellen Mark: Indian Circus (Inscribed) $165
20h 56m
  Eugène Atget's Trees: Newly Discovered Photographs from the Bibliothèque Nationale  : Eugène Atget's Trees: Newly Discovered Photographs from the Bibliothèque Nationale $245
21h 1m
Albert Watson: The Lost Diary  : Albert Watson: The Lost Diary $90
21h 6m
Helmar Lerski: Metamorphosis Through Light : Helmar Lerski: Metamorphosis Through Light $220
21h 11m
Joel Meyerowitz: Wild Flowers, Cape Light, St. Louis & the Arch (3 Books ALL SIGNED): Joel Meyerowitz: Wild Flowers, Cape Light, St. Louis & the Arch (3 Books ALL SIGNED) $95
21h 16m


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 photo-eye Blog
© Kate Breakey
© Kate Breakey

Interview: Kate Breakey

"Kate Breakey is best known for her graceful hand-painted silver gelatin photographs of flowers and birds. Hand colored with oil paint and colored pencils, each print is a unique work of art, none are exactly alike. Breakey's work exhibits a delicate attentiveness to the fine details of her subjects, beautifully lit and portrayed. These images have been collected in two books from the University of Texas Press, Small Deaths and Painted Light, but a new book of Breakey's work, Slowlight from Etherton Gallery shows a different side of the photographer's work. A collection of landscapes shot over 30 years of her career, the images in Slowlight offer a different side of Breakey's photographic vision, but captured with the same beautiful subtlety." — Anne Kelly

Read the full interview on photo-eye blog.

Purchase a copy of Slowlight.

from the book 1991
from the book 1991
A Closer Look — 1991

"Richard Misrach's Desert Cantos is certainly one of the most celebrated bodies of work by an American photographer in the past 30 years. It is series that I continually look to. I am impressed at how many times Misrach has successfully changed his approach and evolved as an artist since photographing such an epic tale. For the viewer, his new book published by Blind Spot is a revisitation to Misrach's style of documenting the deterioration of a human imprint on a landscape. It's beautiful in its sadness and is an eye-opening reminder at how life can change in an instant." — Antone Dolezal

Read Antone Dolezal's full post on photo-eye Blog.

Purchase a copy of 1991.


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 photo-eye Book Reviews
from the book Box - Pass It On
from the book Box - Pass It On


Box - Pass It On by Peng Yangjun & Chen Jiaojiao


"In several years of working at used book shops, I amassed an intriguing collection of things that fell from the pages of discarded books - photographs, ticket stubs, letters, newspaper clippings, receipts, pressed flowers, among other oddities. Tucked away for safe keeping, these items are forgotten treasures, the discovery of which was always a special moment, an intimate view of the previous owner." — Sarah Bradley from the review of Box - Pass It On by Peng Yangjun & Chen Jiaojiao

Read the rest of the review of Box - Pass It On on photo-eye Blog

Purchase a copy of the book.
True Norwegian Black Metal
True Norwegian Black Metal


True Norwegian Black Metal


"I am not an expert on Norwegian Black Metal. This review will deal strictly with the book True Norwegian Black Metal, as I read and processed it over a number of days. Clearing my mind in this manner gave me the space to think about the work, and just the work, on the printed pages. It is not the music or the musicians, but Peter Beste's interpretation of them that I am coming to grips with." — Tom Leininger from the review of True Norwegian Black Metal by Peter Beste

Read the rest of the review of True Norwegian Black Metal on photo-eye Blog

Purchase a copy of the book.


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 Book of the Week
Norihisa Hosaka: Burning Chrome Norihisa Hosaka: Burning Chrome
"I usually take city landscape photographs by using HDRI (high dymanic range image) technique expressing brilliant light all over Tokyo like Shinjuku, Shibuya and Akihabara etc. City lights is one of the perfect artificial beauty in this modern age. It is always beautiful and impressive if Tokyo holds many power to lit lights." — the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZE915H Hardbound List Price: $75.00
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Burning Chrome


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 photo-eye First Wednesday Salon
from right to left: Alex Emmons and Steve Fitch
from right to left: Alex Emmons and Steve Fitch
First Wednesday Photography Salon
Artists presenting: Alex Emmons and Steve Fitch

April 4th, 2012, 6:30 meet the artists, 6:45-9 salon
photo-eye Gallery, 376-A Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Contact: Antone Dolezal
505.988.5152 x114
tony@photoeye.com


First Wednesday's April Salon will be held on April 4th, 2012, with the salon running from 6:30pm to 9pm. Photographers Alex Emmons and Steve Fitch will be presenting work. Fitch will show his work documenting motel signs, drive-in theatres and other emblems of vernacular highway culture. His exhibition Highway Culture is currently on display at photo-eye Gallery. Emmons will feature work from her series House and Garden, a series of cyanotype images that record objects and plants in the ubiquitous, present-day backyard. This work is currently on display at the Marion Center of Photographic Arts at Santa Fe University of Art & Design.


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