NEW ARRIVALS +  09.22.12 Vol 9.38

parr In another volume dedicated to the MOSE project developed to protect Venice, Italy from floods, Walter Niedermayr takes the viewer through the beaches, lagoons and islands affected by this experimental project. In his highly stylized series of washed out images, the photographer offers a stunning collection depicting the project's encroachment upon the land and sea. Following Stephen Shore's highly acclaimed portrayal of the MOSE project, this new volume adds a drastically different perspective. Copies are now in stock and are available for order.


leiter In a curious ode to Mexican migrant workers, Mexican photographer Dulce Pinzón presents a series depicting these men and women as superheroes. His subjects – who have come to the United States for work — are seen laboring at their daily jobs — ones that usually consist of long hours and low pay. However, the photographer adds an odd twist to his depiction of the migrant workers by asking them to dress in the costumes of popular American and Mexican superheroes. Accompanying a short text that includes their income and hometown, The Real Story of the Superheroes gives us a glimpse into the lives of those who are doing all they can to help their families and communities back home. Copies are now in stock and are available for order.


Real to Real is a stunning series of photographs compiled from the personal collection of technological entrepreneur Trevor Traina. Offering images from some of photography's most well known artists — including William Eggleston, Robert Frank, Diane Arbus – this book highlights both the collector's prolific knowledge of the medium, as well as juxtaposes contemporary photography's differing perspectives. Copies are now in stock and are available for order.

Dos & Don'ts 2, brought to you from the editors of Vice, brings together a collection of the magazine's street fashion series of the same name. Notorious for their inflammatory remarks about hipsters, ravers, and anyone else caught in their cross-hairs, Vice's epic series presents hilarious, crude and insightful commentary about modern culture. Copies are now in stock and are available for order.
She Called Me by Name is John Gossage's newest foray into a genre not often seen in publications of his work: the portrait. While in Rochester, MN shooting for his now out-of-print publication and project Here... Half Blind, Gossage turned his camera to the youth of this region capturing a nostalgic and symbolic look into the lives of young artists, giving context to his own past and artistic youth. The oversized book is an object that "requires two hands to operate."

Gossage's second book in this season of Loosestrife publications, The Actors showcases many of his view camera images of banks made in 1975. The book explores Gossage's documents of this very specific type of vernacular architecture and connects with his exploration of the idea of thievery. The book is made from the original 4x5 inch B&W contact prints and printed on yellow paper to give it a more antique feel. Signed copies of both She Called Me by Name and The Actors are arriving soon and are available for preorder.

We hope you enjoy this week's selection of New Arrivals!

Warm Regards,

Antone Dolezal
photo-eye Newsletter Editor

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"Shuji Terayama (1935–1983), whose striking creative work exists in a liminal space between fact and imagination....in an era when Japan’s underground was reaching a fever pitch, Terayama was a crucial player in a complex network of creative expression, encompassing such countercultural legends as singer Akihiro Miwa, photographer Daido Moriyama and graphic artist Tadanori Yokoo"—The Tate Modern
Don't miss his amazing, Photothèque Imaginaire de Shuji Terayama! Also this week, Rinko Kawauchi: Utatane (Nap)—First Edition—SIGNED!; the uncanny urban atmospherics of Yutaka Takanashi's Miyako no Kao (Visages of a Metropolis)—SIGNED!; a signed copy of Garry Winogrand's The Animals and MORE! Check out Eric's presentation below!

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WEEKLY AUCTIONS
Shuji Terayama: Photothèque Imaginaire de Shuji Terayama: Les Gens de la Famille Chien-Dieu
Yutaka Takanashi: Miyako no Kao (Visages of a Metropolis)--SIGNED
Jean-Paul Goude: Jungle Fever
Takashi Hamaguchi:Document Angle/Document Shikaku
Guido Guidi: Varianti (Variations)
Shinzo Fukuhara (ed.): Musashino Fubutsu--Shashinshu (Musashino Scenes--A Book of Photographs)
Garry Winogrand: The Animals (SIGNED)
Nobuyoshi Araki: Tokyo Lucky Hole [with Obi!]
Kishi Shinoyama: Shoku (Banquet)--SIGNED
Takano Hiroshi: Document Obscene Culture [Document Waishoku Bunka] -- with scarce obi!!
Rinko Kawauchi: Utatane (Nap)--First Edition--SIGNED!
Chris Killip: Isle of Man. A Book About the Manx
Milton Rogovin: Triptychs (SIGNED)
NEW ARRIVALS
Walter Niedermayr
MOSE
Dulce PinzÓn
The Real Story of the Superheroes
Julian Cox
Real to Real
Editors Of Vice
Dos & Don'ts 2
ARRIVING SOON
Alec Soth
Looking for Love, 1996 - SIGNED
John Gossage
She Called Me by Name - SIGNED
John Gossage
The Actor - SIGNED
Michael Abrams
Welcome to Springfield - SIGNED
BACK-IN-STOCK
Chris Faust
Nocturnes - SIGNED
Chris Killip
Here Comes Everybody - SIGNED
Charlie White
American Minor - SIGNED
Brian Finke
2-4-6-8 - SIGNED

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