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Friday, July 18th 2003    Volume 3, No. 29

  P H O T O G R A P H E R ' S   S H O W C A S E ®
Lisa Wiltse's online portfolio India & Bangladesh
"For the past several years I have been photographing people around the world capturing the unique and subtle similarities we all share as humans. I prefer not to photograph war or spotlight stories, but focus on the spirit of people and their everyday lives that have been directly or indirectly affected by years of neglect and corruption." — Lisa Wiltse
Image © by Lisa Wiltse
© Lisa Wiltse
Camel Traders, Pushkar, India

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  P H O T O A R T S   F E S T I V A L   &   B O O K S I G N I N G S
Santa Fe Photo Arts Festival Santa Fe Photo Arts Festival
PhotoArts Santa Fe continues through Sunday July 20th, celebrating and showcasing the photographic arts. Santa Fe and Albuquerque galleries, museums, photographic organizations, educational institutions, bookstores and businesses, including photo-eye, are collaborating in this exciting biennial event. photo-eye is hosting multiple booksignings on Saturday, July 19th.

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photo-eye / PhotoArts Multiartist Booksigning
Join Sam Abell, Ed Ranney, Debbie Fleming Caffery, and Miguel Gandert for a Booksigning Saturday, July 19th, 4-7pm. Our gallery will be hosting an open house during the same time.
SAM ABELL: The Photographic Life - Signed. SAM ABELL: The Photographic Life - Signed.
For 30 years Sam Abell has been a cornerstone of the National Geographic photography team, but his image-making odyssey began when he was just ten years old. This much-anticipated new book illustrates how rich his photographic life has been and how integral photography is to how he exists in the world.

Cat# RZ186H Hardbound $60.00
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Sam Abell - Signed.
EDWARD RANNEY: Edward Ranney Photographs. EDWARD RANNEY: Photographs - Signed
Ranney is a great American photographer whose spiritually informed landscape photographs (made primarily in the American Southwest, Midwest, and Peru) resonate from within.

Cat# ZC098S SoftBound $20.00
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Edward Ranney Photographs.
DEBBIE FLEMING CAFFERY: The Shadows - Signed.

DEBBIE FLEMING CAFFERY: The Shadows - Signed.
This gorgeous new book contains work that vacillates between renderings of the ethereal and rumblings of the underworld. Light is the instrument; indelible portraits of shadows the result. A true masterpiece.

Cat# TT116H Hardbound $60.00
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Cat# TT116L Limited Edition $150.00
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The Shadows - Signed.
MIGUEL GANDERT: Nuevo Mexico Profundo - signed. MIGUEL GANDERT: Nuevo Mexico Profundo - Signed.
A compelling and respectful presentation of the secular and sacred rituals of the mestizo peoples of the upper Rio Grande corridor by award-winning documentary photographer Miguel Gandert. Exquisitely printed with several informative and scholarly essays.

Cat# MX030H Hardbound $50.00
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Cat# MX030S SoftBound $29.95
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Nuevo Mexico Profundo - signed.
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  J U S T - I N   A N D   R E C O M M E N D E D
MASAO YAMAMOTO: Omizuao.

MASAO YAMAMOTO: Omizuao.
This extraordinary new publication on the work of Japanese artist Masao Yamamoto, Omizuao is an accordion-bound "pillow book"—a collection of landscapes, flowers and female nudes. The artist has used the accordion format to create an installation which measures some 14 feet when fully opened, but which can also be viewed as 45 individual spreads. Beautifully printed in process color on uncoated art paper, Omizuao is hand bound in two clear -lacquered hardwood covers, and presented in a matching wooden box. Many of the images it includes were made specifically for this book, and are presented here for the first time.

The regular edition is limited to 1,000 copies; a special edition of 100 signed copies is also available, and includes a signed original print (a nude).

His previous publications have sold out quickly and have risen in value; early orders are encouraged.

Cat# TR128H Hardbound $100.00
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Cat# TR128L Limited with Print $300.00
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  N E W S   W I R E
WILLIAM EGGLESTON: Los Alamos. Venus DeSoto: William Eggleston's Automotive Art
By Richard Woodward.

A review of William Eggleston's new book and exhibition Los Alamos was published in the July 13th issue of The New York Times. Read review
WILLIAM EGGLESTON: Los Alamos.
Eggleston himself chose the title Los Alamos for a massive body of work made between the years 1966 and 1974; he did visit the town in 1973, and presumably a few of these images were made there. This monumental book accompanies a major travelling exhibition.

Cat# PK852H Hardbound $65.00 Online Price: $58.50 Save 10%
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Los Alamos.
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  D E E P   D I S C O U N T S
LOTTE JACOBI: Atelier Lotte Jacobi. LOTTE JACOBI: Atelier Lotte Jacobi.
A major retrospective of Lotte Jacobi's work. In Berlin she photographed for AIZ, in America for LIFE—displaying for both a versatility and sense of style that rose above the pale of the picture press.

Cat# PK431H Hardbound $60.00 Online Price: $29.95 Save 50%
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  E V E N T S
Slide Discussions by six artists in The Show
Museum of Fine Arts
St. Francis Auditorium
Sunday, July 20, 6 to 8pm

Slide Discussions by six artists in THE SHOW: Southwest Juried Exhibition: Laurie Tumer, Meinrad Craighead, Jenn Hart, Brian O’Connor, Victoria Rabinowe, Bienvenido Ramos. Free Admission

Laurie Tumer, a Photo-Eye Gallery artist, will be speaking about her Glowing Evidence portfolio featured in the Photo-Eye online gallery. Tumer has two lenticular versions of Glowing Evidence prints in THE SHOW. This exhibition was juried by Terezita Romo, Susan Rothenberg, and Charles Stainback and continues through August 31, 2003.
  p h o t o - e y e   S U M M E R   B O O K L I S T
photo-eye Summer 2003 Booklist Summer 2003 Booklist
Highlights from this issue include Robert Frank: London/Wales, a new Nicholas Nixon retrospective from Spain, William Klein's Paris+Klein, a new color monograph by Jock Sturges, an interview with Kate Breakey and her publisher Tom Sikes on the small artist book, and much, much more.

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