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Friday, June 20th 2003    Volume 3, No. 25

  p h o t o - e y e���G A L L E R Y���-���S a n t a���F e
Robert Buelteman's Work from Through the Green Fuse
In a dramatic departure from his well-known black and white landscapes, Robert Buelteman recently developed a cameraless process that captures the vibrancy and ephemeral beauty of the corona surrounding electrically charged plant materials. These two stunning images, Rosa and Rubus Ursinus, are both included in this remarkable body of work titled Through the Green Fuse, which encompasses 26 images. Both prints are from The Cameraless Image exhibition running through July 26th at photo-eye Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Image © by Robert Buelteman
© Robert Buelteman
 Image © by Robert Buelteman
© Robert Buelteman
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  P H O T O G R A P H E R ' S���S H O W C A S E
Brian Kelly's Portfolio Constructed Portraits
"Since finding the medium of photography for personal expression in 1995, I�ve been captivated with photographing at night. I love the process of putting a large block of time on a single negative; it is a surreal and contemplative experience. I also have been fascinated by architecture most of my life. There is something about the human constructed environment that is both beautiful and worrisome at the same time."
Image © by Brian Kelly
© Brian Kelly
Caballo Iluminado - Madrid, 2001

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  J U S T - I N���A N D���R E C O M M E N D E D
SHELBY LEE ADAMS: Appalachian Lives. SHELBY LEE ADAMS: Appalachian Lives.
This is the third book by Adams on the Appalachian region of Kentucky, his home state. In Appalachian Lives, he continues to photograph the people that are dear to him, the subjects of his work for over 25 years.

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  N E W   F O R E I G N   T I T L E
PAUL CAPONIGRO: Le Forme Della Natura. PAUL CAPONIGRO: Le Forme Della Natura.
The Galleria Civica of Modena, Italy, has mounted a wonderful retrospective exhibition of the influential American photographer, Paul Caponigro. This handsome softbound catalogue, was produced to accompany the exhibition of over 100 photographs, and contains a casual interview with the artist at his home in Maine in 2001.

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  L I M I T E D���E D I T I O N
GRACIELA ITURBIDE: Pajaros.

GRACIELA ITURBIDE: Pajaros.
GRACIELA ITURBIDE: Pajaros.
Iturbide's magnificent work using birds as a metaphor for messengers of the spirit, is solidly rooted in the world which surrounds us, yet is tinged by the fantastical spirituality of a Latin American vision. This is the edition of twenty five autographed copies in a clamshell box with an original print signed by the artist. This is the edition of twenty five autographed copies in a clamshell box with an original print signed by the artist.

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  D E E P���D I S C O U N T S
BRASSAI: Brassai: the Monograph. BRASSAI: Brassai: the Monograph.
A breathtakingly beautiful monograph featuring work taken from throughout Brassa�'s career. Lavishly illustrated in a classically designed volume.

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  N E W S���W I R E
: Milton Rogovin, Photographing 'The Forgotten Ones' Milton Rogovin, Photographing 'The Forgotten Ones'
National Public Radio Feature.
"Milton Rogovin has dedicated much of his life to changing people's perceptions, literally and figuratively. The 93-year-old photographer began his professional life as an optometrist in Buffalo, New York, with offices near the rough, forlorn neighborhoods of the city's Lower West Side. But Rogovin was also an outspoken critic of social inequalities, and in the 1950s, his political activism drew the attention of Sen. Joseph McCarthy's anti-Communist investigations." Read or listen to the entire story.

Also...from the New York Times.
A Sympathetic Lens on Ordinary People
"The most striking aspect of Mr. Rogovin's evocative work is its utter naturalism. While he captured many people in bleak surroundings, his photographs reflect no condescension or pity � or prettification � but rather an appreciation of the lives being shown." Read the entire article.
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MILTON ROGOVIN: The Forgotten Ones. MILTON ROGOVIN: The Forgotten Ones.
This major monograph celebrate's Milton Rogovin's life's work. Published in conjunction with an exhibit at the New York Historical Society, it includes a selection of single portraits in Buffalo from the 1950s through the 1980s, and eighteen remarkable "Quarters," sequences of pictures and interview text.

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