E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  07.17.13 Vol 12.82
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Mitch Dobrowner's Storms
Mitch Dobrowner's Storms
 photo-eye Gallery Opening
Mitch Dobrowner's Storms

Artist reception on Friday, July 19th, 2013, 5-7pm. Artist Talk on Saturday, July 20th at 3pm.
Exhibition runs through September 21, 2013.

photo-eye Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of our next exhibition, Storms by Mitch Dobrowner. The exhibition celebrates Dobrowner's forthcoming book from Aperture, Storms, due in September 2013.

For the past few years, Mitch Dobrowner has been chasing larger-than-life storms across America, making surreal black & white photographs of their magnificent power. Dobrowner's stunning images bear witness to Mother Nature's double-edged sword: one of destruction as well as cultivation.

View Mitch Dobrowner's portfolios
Pre-order Dobrowner's forthcoming monograph Storms

For more information or to acquire a print please contact Anne Kelly at 505-988-5158 ext. 121 or anne@photoeye.com
 Book of the Week
Mitch Dobrowner: <em>Storms</em> Mitch Dobrowner: Storms

"Mitch Dobrowner has been chasing storms since 2009. Working with professional storm chaser Roger Hill, Dobrowner has traveled throughout Western and Midwestern America to capture nature in its full fury, making extraordinary images of monsoons, tornados, and massive thunderstorms with the highest standard of craftsmanship and in the tradition of Ansel Adams." —the publisher READ MORE

Cat# AP597H Hardbound List Price: $50.00
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 photo-eye Book Reviews
Nadav Kander: Bodies. 6 Women. 1 Man.

"Bodies gives us seven people covered in chalk dust. The desired effect is both to accentuate their forms and cover up their tiny hairs and scars reducing the bodies to fragile vessels for the soul." — from Christopher J. Johnson's review of Bodies. 6 Women. 1 Man by Nadav Kander

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Bertrand Fleuret: The Cliffs

"The Cliffs is a book about a dream, which is simultaneously a fascinating and infuriating subject. As vivid as dream memories can be, they often slip away when the memory tires to seize them and the attempt to communicate the imagery, narrative or feeling of a dream can be endlessly frustrating. But this book isn't so much about the actual dream as it is an experiment in how to communicate it." — from Sarah Bradley's review of The Cliffs by Bertrand Fleuret

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Max Pinckers: The Fourth Wall

"In his prize-winning book, The Fourth Wall, Max Pinckers shows Mumbai as a fantasy city. There are no hard documentary facts here, no Falkland Road prostitutes, Narcopolis junkies, or Salaam Bombay street kids. Instead, Pinckers takes us to a Bollywood Mumbai that is half-imagined, half-nostalgic and half-real, a masala mix that conforms to the rich history of representation that the city has experienced over the years." — from Colin Pantall's review of The Fourth Wall by Max Pinckers

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 In-Print Photobook Video Series
Erika Larsen: Sàmi

In video #28 of our In-Print Photobook series, Erin Azouz shares with us Sàmi by Erika Larsen.

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 photo-eye Lecture & Booksigning
Dennis Tedlock Book Signing for An Archaeology of Architecture

Where: photo-eye Bookstore, 370 Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM
When: Friday, July 26th, 5-7pm

Please join photo-eye for a book signing for An Archaeology of Architecture published by University of New Mexico Press with photographs and text by Dennis Tedlock. The book signing will be held in photo-eye Bookstore, 370 Garcia Street, Santa Fe on Friday, July 26th from 5-7pm.

"The way is now open for what I call photowriting, the processing of photographs and words by the same person running software on the same equipment. Among the possibilities are montages like the ones I offer here, in which the texts and images complement one another. I hope my reader-viewer will look back and forth across each double-page spread, seeing more in the picture than the words can tell and reading more in the words than the picture can show." — Dennis Tedlock on An Archaeology of Architecture

Can't make it to the signing? Order a signed copy here.
 Art Photo Index

Featured Artist: Alejandro Cartagena
 photo-eye Auctions
This week's bounty of rarities includes a superb copy of Brassaï's timeless classic Paris de Nuit (SIGNED by writer Paul Morand), which many would agree is one of finest examples of gravure book printing ever produced. As if that weren't enough, we've got Cristina De Middel's The Afronauts, a low-fi masterpiece of surreal dreaminess that's been one of the most buzzed-about photobooks of the last several years. Viviane Sassen's Flamboya is likewise a book that explodes preconceptions about Africa; Sassen's influence on fashion and editorial photography is already enormous and is sure to grow (the copy on offer is SIGNED!).

Also on the block: Mary Ellen Mark's Ward 81 (INSCRIBED); two brilliant documentary works set in bars, Tom Wood's Chelsea Reach, Looking For Love (SIGNED) and Anders Petersen's Cafe Lehmitz; the seminal Soviet Cinema, a cornerstone of the Russian avant-garde & MORE! Check out Eric's presentation below, where he considers the work of Brassaï, De Middel and Sassen. Thanks as always for looking!

Bids shown below are current as of 11:22 am MT, 07.19.2013
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High/Opening Bid Time Left  
Cristina De Middel: The Afronauts (SIGNED): Cristina De Middel: The Afronauts (SIGNED) $2,025
Auction Ended
Brassaï: Paris de Nuit (SIGNED by Paul Morand): Brassaï: Paris de Nuit (SIGNED by Paul Morand) $4,695
Auction Ended
Mary Ellen Mark: Ward 81 (INSCRIBED): Mary Ellen Mark: Ward 81 (INSCRIBED) $395
Auction Ended
Viviane Sassen: Flamboya (SIGNED): Viviane Sassen: Flamboya (SIGNED) $600
Auction Ended
Tom Wood: Chelsea Reach, Looking For Love (SIGNED): Tom Wood: Chelsea Reach, Looking For Love (SIGNED) $365
Auction Ended
 	Emmet Gowin: Mariposas Nocturnas. Edith in Panama (SIGNED): Emmet Gowin: Mariposas Nocturnas. Edith in Panama (SIGNED) $250
Auction Ended
Lewis Baltz: San Quentin Point: Lewis Baltz: San Quentin Point $295
Auction Ended
Keizo Kitajima: The Joy of Portraits (SIGNED, Limited Edition): Keizo Kitajima: The Joy of Portraits (SIGNED, Limited Edition) $275
Auction Ended
[Various] Soviet Cinema: [Various] Soviet Cinema $695
Auction Ended
Anders Petersen: Cafe Lehmitz (1st edition!): Anders Petersen: Cafe Lehmitz (1st edition!) $295
Auction Ended
Ed Van Der Elsken: Foto-Jazz (First Edition): Ed Van Der Elsken: Foto-Jazz (First Edition) $245
Auction Ended
Hiroshi Sugimoto (Dioramas, Theaters, Seascapes--1st Monograph! Rare 1988 Exhibition Catalogue)    : Hiroshi Sugimoto (Dioramas, Theaters, Seascapes--1st Monograph! Rare 1988 Exhibition Catalogue) $995
Auction Ended

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