E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  06.20.12 Vol 12.25
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from the book Black Apple
from the book Black Apple
 photo-eye�Gallery
� Installation view of Kelli Connell's Double Life
� Installation view of Kelli Connell's Double Life

Kelli Connell's Double Life Closing on June 30th

If you have not yet had a chance to experience our spring exhibit Double Life by Kelli Connell it will be on exhibition through Saturday, June 30th. Also on display is a selection of photographs by Richard Barnes from his Murmur series. The gallery is open Tuesday-Saturday from 10-5 pm or by appointment.

View more of Kelli Connell's work.

Opening on Friday, July 13th will be a selection of large scale works by a Julie Blackmon. Details to come.

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

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 photo-eye�Auctions

On the auction block this week, classic and rare titles from Daido Moriyama, Bill Burke, the incomparable 80s style journal from legendary creative director Joe McKenna, Joe's (1st Issue) & much more.

Want to sell your books or prints? Contact Eric Miles, Director of Rare Books & Online Auctions
Bids shown below are current as of 4:33 pm MT, 07.02.2012
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High/Opening Bid Time Left  
Bruce Weber, et. al.: Joe's Magazine (First  Issue!!): Bruce Weber, et. al.: Joe's Magazine (First Issue!!) $415
Auction Ended
Doug & Mike Starn: Six Prints from 'alleverythingthatisyou': Doug & Mike Starn: Six Prints from 'alleverythingthatisyou' $1,195
Auction Ended
Sebasti�o Salgado: Migrations + The Children (2 Books, BOTH SIGNED) : Sebasti�o Salgado: Migrations + The Children (2 Books, BOTH SIGNED) $330
Auction Ended
W. Eugene Smith/Aileen Smith: Shinobu-San: To Gather a Life : W. Eugene Smith/Aileen Smith: Shinobu-San: To Gather a Life $210
Auction Ended
Bill Burke: I Want To Take Picture (1st ed.): Bill Burke: I Want To Take Picture (1st ed.) $595
Auction Ended
Nobuyoshi Araki: There's a Camera Between Man and Woman : Nobuyoshi Araki: There's a Camera Between Man and Woman $95
Auction Ended
O. Winston Link: Night Trick (1957 First Edition, WITH ORIGNAL MAILING ENVELOPE!) : O. Winston Link: Night Trick (1957 First Edition, WITH ORIGNAL MAILING ENVELOPE!) $245
Auction Ended
Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Decisive Moment: Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Decisive Moment $695
Auction Ended
	Richard Misrach: Cantos del Desierto (SIGNED): Richard Misrach: Cantos del Desierto (SIGNED) $230
Auction Ended
Eikoh Hosoe: 2 Books (1 Inscribed!) : Eikoh Hosoe: 2 Books (1 Inscribed!) $95
Auction Ended
Sam Haskins: Cowboy Kate & Other Stories. Director's Cut.  (2006 Edition, SIGNED): Sam Haskins: Cowboy Kate & Other Stories. Director's Cut. (2006 Edition, SIGNED) $195
Auction Ended
Daido Moriyama: Kagero (Dayfly)--SIGNED: Daido Moriyama: Kagero (Dayfly)--SIGNED $1,750
Auction Ended


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 photo-eye�Blog
Mit Jock Sturges Famil�r
Mit Jock Sturges Famil�r

Interviews: Jock Sturges on Mit Jock Sturges Famil�r

"We are please to report that we recently received the newest book by Jock Sturges — Mit Jock Sturges Famil�r from Galerie Vevais. Over the course of his 30+ year career Jock Sturges has published roughly 15 books. Sturges is known for his portraits of families from naturist communities in Europe and the US. Sturges often photographs individuals over a period of time, in some cases as long as 30 years. Working with a large format 8x10" camera, he creates luminous black-and-white and color portraits with an interest in capturing the ever-changing body. I have asked Jock Sturges to tell us a little bit more about his new monograph. In this conversation he has offered expert advice on the book publishing process." — Anne Kelly

Read Anne Kelly's interview with Jock Sturges on photo-eye Blog.

Purchase the book here.

Contact Anne Kelly to view more of Jock Sturges' work.
from the book Entropic Kingdom
from the book Entropic Kingdom

Interviews: Tom Chambers on Entropic Kingdom

"Known for his evocative and beautifully eerie photomontages, the much-anticipated first book from Tom Chambers, Entropic Kingdom, will be arriving at photo-eye next week. Published by ModernBook, the book was designed by Chambers and features work from five of his photographic series and an essay from photographer and editor of the Lenscratch blogzine Aline Smithson. As with all ModernBook editions, Entropic Kingdom is also available in a limited edition of 100 copies that includes a matted print of With the Pack, signed and numbered. We asked Chambers to tell us about the creation of the book and what it's like to finally have his work in print."

Read the interview post on photo-eye Blog.

Purchase the book here.

View more of Tom Chambers' work online at photo-eye Gallery.
from the book Darkroom
from the book Darkroom

A Closer Look - Darkroom

"There is a sense that Bartos sees his subject as such... a relic to be photographed with a certain level of indifference. There is little emotional connection. Instead, Bartos has approached his subject similar to how an archeologist would photograph the evidence of a city's ruin, displaying the aging of time through dismantled enlargers and a discontinued dry-press.'" — from Antone Dolezal's post on photo-eye Blog.

Read the entire post on photo-eye Blog.

Purchase the book here.


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 photo-eye�Book�Reviews
You Look at Me Like an Emergency
You Look at Me Like an Emergency
You Look at Me Like an Emergency

"Upon first learning that Cig Harvey's wondrously whimsical photographs were being published I was skeptical. Not all photography needs to be seen in book form, and I was less than clear about how Harvey's images would fare on paper. They look great individually, and great framed and hung on walls. One by one they are enigmatic artifacts of an anomalous, nomadic imagination. Would this seemingly disconnected set of parenthetical tableaux translate effectively to book form? My guess was no. And my guess was wrong." — George Slade from the review of You Look At Me Like an Emergency by Cig Harvey

Read the entire review of You Look at Me Like an Emergency on photo-eye Blog.

Purchase a copy here or reserve a signed copy. Cig will be in the store to sign this weekend.
The Dutch Photobook
The Dutch Photobook
The Dutch Photobook

"For such a small country, the Netherlands punch above their weight when it comes to the photobook. Perhaps the compact size of their country is connected to Dutch skills in the book arts. Design inundates every inch of Dutch life; inventive architecture, utilitarian town planning and a landscape that is designed to maximise its potential whatever the use. The Netherlands lives and breathes design." — Colin Pantall from the review of The Dutch Photobook

Read the entire review of The Dutch Photobook on photo-eye Blog.

Purchase a copy here.


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 Limited�Editions
Mit Jock Sturges Famil�r
Mit Jock Sturges Famil�r

Mit Jock Sturges Famil�r by Jock Sturges 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.'

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 K�hn and Hans-Ulrich M�ller.

Read the interview with Jock Sturges on the book here

Cat# ZE823H Hardbound $990.00

Cat# ZE823L Limited Edition [CLAM1] $4,600.00

Cat# ZE823L Limited Edition [CLAM2] $4,600.00

Cat# ZE823L Limited Edition [CLAM3] $4,600.00

Cat# ZE823L Limited Edition [STAND] $7,700.00



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 Book�of�the�Week
Thatcher Hullerman Cook: Black Apple Thatcher Hullerman Cook: Black Apple

"Thatcher Hullerman Cook's purpose in Kyrgyzstan, a republic born in the rubble of the collapsed Soviet Empire, was to "photograph the dark edges of the Fergana Valley." This remote region is home to sporadic electricity, frozen wells, and grandmothers who stalk apartment blocks selling buckets of cream. It is also home to a culture on the edge of an abyss, to a people that have looked into the darkness and found light." — the publisher

About the Limited Edition

The limited edition includes a signed copy of the book and an 8x10' silver gelatin print of Pomegranate Still Life, Osh, signed, numbered and in a protective sleeve in the front of the book. Edition of 200." READ MORE

Cat# ZF081H Hardbound List Price: $49.95
Purchase Book / Check Online Price

Cat# ZF081L Limited Edition $150.00
Purchase Limited Edition

Black Apple

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