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Friday, August 1st 2003    Volume 3, No. 31

  p h o t o - e y e G A L L E R Y - S a n t a F e
Two New Exhibits in our Santa Fe Gallery
Please join us on August 1, 2003 from 5 to 7pm for the opening of two exhibitions, Snake Eyes featuring the work of Terri Weifenbach and John Gossage, and Passage featuring the work of Linda Elvira Piedra. All three artists will be present at the opening. The exhibitions continue through September 6, 2003.

Terri Weifenbach and John Gossage: Snake Eyes
“We are two photographers on the same days, in the same places taking photographs of different things in very different ways...There is a crystalline clarity in Terri's color, the particularity of her focus, her embrace of the beautiful. Far from random stuff. I, though, am the collector of clues, with a prejudice toward paths and borders, a lookout for the stones that have already been turned.” - John Gossage
Image © by Terri Weifenbach
Image © by Terri Weifenbach
  Terri Weifenbach

Chromogenic Print
14x22" Image
24x35" Mat
Edition of 15

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Image © by John Gossage
Image © by John Gossage
  John Gossage
Snake Eyes 35,

Gelatin-Silver Print
16x20" Image
20x24" Mat
Edition of 5

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Winner of the photo-eye Award as one of the best photography books of 2002. Only 500 copies were printed, each with an original color print tipped onto the cover.

Cat# ZC017H Hardbound $150.00
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Snake Eyes.
Linda Elvira Piedra: Passage
“Looking is a passage. I began looking at what was familiar, seeking to go beyond appearances into a reality that is invisible. This showed me many extraordinary things about what I felt I knew, and slowly I began to discover the presence of a reality within myself. This is the passage - the way of going somewhere by looking. This looking becomes an emotional act of seeing, of love, and understanding.” - Linda Elvira Piedra

© Linda Elvira Piedra
© Linda Elvira Piedra
Linda Elvira Piedra
Returning, El Rito, 2003,

Gelatin-Silver Print
8x10" Image
15x17" Mat

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  J U S T - I N A N D R E C O M M E N D E D
JOCK STURGES: Color. JOCK STURGES: Jock Sturges Color.
"Some twenty years ago my wife, Maia, made a series of 35mm color transparencies as I was finishing a late evening shoot on the beach in France. Once developed, these pictures were a startling reminder of how the adaptive tendencies of the human eye blind us to the true nature of altered light. In fact, the low angle evening light that I had so come to prefer in France was even richer and warmer than I’d been able to see. Her pictures kindled a small but persistent annual effort in color—rarely more than fifty or a hundred 8x10 transparencies a year."-Jock Sturges.

Cat# ZC099S SoftBound $35.00
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Jock Sturges Color.
This first major monograph of the work of Rosalind Solomon includes her most famous images include her most controversial photograph, that of a Peruvian woman nursing a lamb, along with a large body of unpublished work. Her view of the world is translated into extraordinary pictures of individuals and places throughout the world. A powerful book. Highly recommended.

Cat# PK880H Hardbound $65.00 Online Price: $58.50 Save 10%
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ANCIENT AMERICAS: The New World's Old World. ANCIENT AMERICAS: The New World's Old World.
This fascinating book showcases the remarkable work of 19th and 20th century photographers from William Henry Jackson to Edward Ranney who have captured the archaeological landscapes of ancient American cultures from the dawn of photography to the current day.

Cat# NM170H Hardbound $47.50 Online Price: $42.75 Save 10%
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The New World's Old World.
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  D E E P D I S C O U N T S
Dancer, actress, photographer, filmmaker, and underwater documentarian, Leni Riefenstahl had a rich though controversial career. Facing ridicule and disgust at her role as official Third Reich filmmaker for the 1936 Olympics, she undauntedly continued to pursue her career in the post-War years. The monograph aptly examines the oeuvre of this enigmatic figure.

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Leni Riefenstahl: Five Lives.
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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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