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Friday, August 30th, 2002    Volume 2, No. 33

N E W S   W I R E
Leni Riefenstahl

Leni Riefenstahl Turns 100
Leni Riefenstahl is one of the last figures alive who was close to Hitler, acting as his cultural emissary, and whose Nazi rally film, "Triumph of the Will" set her career as a filmmaker in motion. She has been beset for decades by her association with the Nazis, though her skill, even genius according to some, as a photographer and filmmaker is acknowledged. Several books are available
of Riefenstahl's work.

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Image © by  Gloria Baker Feinstein
© Gloria Baker Feinstein
Gloria Baker Feinstein
"When I was little, I used to dive deep under the water when swimming, then come up to the top as slowly as I could, creeping toward the surface, my arms extended behind me, my face lifted straight up toward the light above. I would try very hard to keep my eyes open as my face sliced through the water. I wanted to see the change occur. I wanted to witness the transition between the murky, private, silent fantasy below and the less abstract world above. I wanted to see it happen so that I could pay attention to how everything changed shape and color and texture. But my eyes always snapped shut just at the last second..."—Feinstein
 
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Gloria Baker Feinstein: Convergence

Gloria Baker Feinstein: Convergence
This is the first monograph on Kansas City photographer Feinstein, whose rich imagery—
in which children are the principal characters— shows a rare maturity deserving of attention on a national level. She displays an uncanny knack of recording the absurdity and joy of childhood without patronizing her willing but unwitting subjects.

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Image © by Byung-Hun Min
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Byung-Hun Min: Online Portfolio Opening Today!
"Nature in Korea is rather small, delicate and sensitive to me. I come closer to it much more easily. And I try to see it with a serene state of mind." Min's exquisite Weeds Series of stems and leaves photographed behind greenhouse windows is now available in our Santa Fe Artists' online gallery. Please email Wendy Lewis, Gallery Director, for further information.

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  J U S T  -  I N    A N D    R E C O M M E N D E D
Naoya Hatakeyama Naoya Hatakeyama
Hatakeyama's work, when viewed from a certain overarching perspective, is about the transformation of rock—limestone in particular. His photographs of lime quarries and factories are formal gems while his Blast images—photographs of detonations in quarries—are mesmerizing in their intensity. This is some of the most exciting work currently coming out of Japan!




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S I G N E D    B O O K S
Edward Grazda: Afghanistan Diary
Edward Grazda: Afghanistan Diary: 1992-2000 - Signed
Grazda's classic, black-and-white documentary photography is of the highest caliber, set apart by the sensitivity he brings to his subjects. These photographs from Afghanistan, made prior to 9/11, chronicle the post-Soviet years, the violent civil war, and the rise of the extremist Taliban.



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D E E P    D I S C O U N T S
Taschen Taschen
Begun in 1999—and awarded Best Series of 1999 by photo-eye—this wonderful series on major figures in the history of photography is commendable for two main reasons: high production values and affordable prices. Now they are even
more affordable! Don't skip a single one.

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O U T - O F - P R I N T
Bettina Rheims: Animal Bettina Rheims: Animal
Bettina Rheims is well known for her erotically charged photographs of women. In this hard-to-find monograph, she points her camera in a different direction—at stuffed animals—creating a collection of natures mortes. This project, though a departure for Rheims, nonetheless bears her signature style. This copy is in Like New condition.


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L I M I T E D    E D I T I O N
Araki Araki - The Taschen Limited Edition
Araki's "powerful oeuvre, decades' worth of images, has been pared down to about 1,000 photographs which tell the story of Araki and comprise the ultimate retrospective collection of his work. He said 'This book will expose everything of myself. This is my dying will of my sixty years. It is a testament which reads: photography is love and death.'"—the publisher.
With the price set to increase to $1750 in the next few months, if you intend to purchase this masterpiece, you should do so now! Full-size color brochure available for serious inquiries. Limited to 2,500 copies worldwide, with only 600 allotted to the states. Each copy is signed and numbered.



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