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Friday, August 23th, 2002    Volume 2, No. 32

N E W S   W I R E
Cameras to Record Ground Zero Rising, a Frame at a Time

Cameras to Record Ground Zero Rising, a Frame at a Time
"Cameras have been trained on ground zero from atop nearby buildings, each programmed to take a picture of the vast site every five minutes, night and day... The planned result is an extraordinary historical record of the rebirth of the World Trade Center site... like one of those eerie time-lapse films of a flower poking from the soil, spiraling upward and blooming." Read more from
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Here is New York Here is New York
Here is New York was founded in response to the events of Sept. 11, The idea was simple: to present images by as many different people and from as many perspectives as possible. To receive a mass of national publicity in the upcoming weeks, Here is New York is the most democratic—and subsequently illuminating—book yet produced on 9/11 and the following weeks.

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Image © by  Josef and Katharina Hoflehner
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Josef and Katharina Hoflehner: Ross Island
"Almost 100 years ago British explorers Robert Falcon Scott and Ernest Shackleton began to explore the South Pole. Their tragic history is well known, however the dwellings where these explorers spent most of their time have fallen into oblivion. Until recently, only a few knew about the huts, even fewer had the chance to visit the remote locations on Ross Island"—Hoflehner

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S I G N E D    B O O K S
David Levinthal: Hitler Moves East
David Levinthal: Hitler Moves East
This second printing of Levinthal's famous graphic chronicle of the World War II Russian Front has been unaltered from the original first edition/printing. With this book, containing text by Garry Trudeau, came great critical acclaim for Levinthal, and launched his career.

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D E E P    D I S C O U N T S
Phaidon 55: Lewis Hine Phaidon 55: Lewis Hine
Phaidon has named their wonderful, pocket-sized books 55's because there are 55 signature images in each volume, along with an excellent essay by a well-known writer. The Lewis Hine volume follows this perfect formula.

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O U T - O F - P R I N T
Irving Penn: Worlds in a Small Room Irving Penn: Worlds in a Small Room
Penn began creating these "records of physical presence" in 1948 when he first photographed the Peruvian Indians in Cuzco. This 1980 reissue of Penn's classic 1974 Viking Press title is in Fine condition with no bumps to the book block or covers and the original dustjacket in perfect condition.

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L I M I T E D    E D I T I O N
Edward Burtynsky: Residual Landscapes Edward Burtynsky: Residual Landscapes
Burtynsky's large-format color photographs of industrial landscapes (primarily rock and marble quarries) and ship graveyards are becoming well-known on an international level, and for good reason. Incredibly, this is the only publication on the artist's work, printed in an edition of 200 numbered copies.

See Burtynsky's work in issue twenty one of Blind Spot.

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