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Friday, August 16th, 2002 Volume 2, No.
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Rowells pictured with the Dalai Lama
Galen and Barbara Rowell Die in Plane Crash
"The Rowells, whose works were published in
National Geographic and several books, were passengers in
a charter plane that crashed in the eastern Sierra Nevada
while they were returning home from a photo workshop Sunday."—Associated
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Appoints Robert Morton as Editor-In-Chief
"In his new position, Morton will oversee the
development and management of the Aperture book publishing
program with primary responsibility for the acquisition and
development of new titles."—Aperture
for books by Aperture.
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H O T O G R A P H E R ' S S H O W C A S E sm
Thomas Michael Alleman
"Using a variety of camera formats and film types, I
tried for years to photograph landscapes in Los Angeles, but,
until I learned to use the Holga, could never achieve the
'look' that corresponded to my complex feelings about my adopted
Thomas Michael Alleman's portfolio.
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New Work by Terri Weifenbach
This spectacular color print from Terri Weifenbach's latest
book, Lana: Photographs Made of a Single Locale (Nazraeli
Press, 2002), is now available in our Santa Fe Gallery! The
rich color and selective focus of her large-scale prints reveal
stunning yet intimate details of the countryside surrounding
this tiny Italian town. For further information on Lana,
Plate 36 and other prints from this lush new series, please
Lewis, Gallery Director.
an enlargement of the print featured here.
Weifenbach's other portfolios.
many of our Santa Fe Gallery Represented
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R E C O M M E N D E D
Lainé: Petits Nus et Variations
Pascal Laine's nude studies are precisely that, studies of
the female form. Direct from France, this small book reproduces
3 groups of images, the most interesting of which is Variations,
a delicate set of images, printed in reverse, of light traces
on the body. Text in French only.
CF074S Softbound $27.00 Online
Price $24.30 - Save 10%
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Neill: Landscapes of the Spirit - Signed
Inspired by his residence in Yosemite National Park, William
Neill has created a body of landscape photographs bold and
classical in scope, and sumptuously recorded in color. Here
you'll find the glowing light of late afternoon reflected
off a stream bed, and the random patterns of shadows on fresh
Cat# BF122H Signed Hardbound $40.00
copies available of this signed title.
D E E P D I S C O U N T S
This beautiful monograph, published in conjunction with an
exhibition organized by the Cartier Foundation for Contemporary
Art in Paris, reproduces this retrospective show in its entirety.
Eggleston enjoys the distinction of being the first one-man
show of color photography at The Museum of Modern Art.
Cat# NT117H Hardbound $40.00 Online
Price $28.00 - Save 30%
copies available at this price.
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O U T - O F - P R I N T
Rauschenberg: Photos In + Out City Limits: Boston
Published in 1981, this quirky collection of black-and-white
photographs is handsomely housed in a paper-wrapped slipcase.
"The photos of 'In + Out City Limits' make no attempt
to totally document, moralize or editoralize the specific
locations. They are a collection of selected provocative facts
(at least to me) that are the results of my happening to be
First Edition in Fine condition.
Cat# OP038S Slipcased Softbound $125.00
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