E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  07.28.04 Vol 4.29
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  p h o t o - e y e G A L L E R Y S a n t a F e
Carlos Diaz: Coney Island-Invented Landscapes, Portfolio II
Photo-eye Gallery is pleased to announce a new body of work from Carlos Diaz's Invented Landscapes series. Keeping with the theme of Industrial Revolution and amusement within Coney Island at the turn of the 20th century, Diaz has begun to add figures to these playful lanscapes. Whether dropping down from the sky our sprouting up from an amusement ride, these traces of human presence bring a new form of subjective humor to the work.
Image © Carlos Diaz
Image © Carlos Diaz
    Coney Island-Invented Landscape #20D-NY-2003, 2003

silver gelatin print with lithograph collage
9 x 12" Image
20 x 24" Mat
Unique
$2,000.00

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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
Joy Goldkind's portfolio Girl Friends
"This is the story of my husband, a man of strange and extreme personality changes. This particular body of work is based on what is real and what is not. Each picture may seem like a comedy, but is really a small part of of a complex man."—Joy Goldkind
Image © Joy Goldkind
Image © Joy Goldkind
    Anabella

Bromoil
12 x 9" Image
20 x 16" Mat
Edition 1 of 5
$800.00

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  A U C T I O N S
Closing this Friday: Ed Ruscha's <i>Every Building on Sunset Strip</i>Closing this Friday: Ed Ruscha's Every Building on Sunset Strip
Ruscha's book projects are among the most significant works of art of the 60s. Every Building on Sunset Strip is the most ambitious of these works. While he shares Pop Art's concern with American vernacular imagery, he also had an enormous influence on 70s Conceptual artists' concerns with seriality and typology. A much sought after work of true historical import! Listed in The Book of 101 Books. Beautiful Fine copy in Very Good slipcase.
Bids shown below are current as of 10:25 am MT, 07.28.2004
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Edward Ruscha: Every Building on Sunset Strip: Edward Ruscha: Every Building on Sunset Strip $500 3
2d 1h 34m
William Eggleston's Guide: William Eggleston's Guide $350 9
2d 2h 4m
Sudek by Sonja Bullaty: Sudek by Sonja Bullaty $30 2
5d 2h 4m
Larry Towell. El Salvador (Inscribed to Mary Ellen Mark): Larry Towell. El Salvador (Inscribed to Mary Ellen Mark) $150 10
6d 2h 4m
Peter Beard: The End of the Game: Peter Beard: The End of the Game $70 1
8d 4h 34m
  J U S T - I N A N D R E C O M M E N D E D
Thomas Kellner: Ozymandias Thomas Kellner: Ozymandias
"Ozymandias, the 64 page, full colour publication is Thomas Kellner's second monograph and includes an illuminating text by A.D. Coleman, one of the most influential and imaginative international writers on photography."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZC313H Hardbound $53.00
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Ozymandias
Douglas Mellor: In Situ Douglas Mellor: In Situ
"The depth of Douglas Mellor¹s introspective nature is manifest in his photography. Images of clarity, intensity, and thoughtfulness. Not of the school of photography that merely documents (however eloquently), Mellor is an artist who takes inspiration in the promise and beauty of photography¹s silver mirror..." Paul Caponigro, Cushing Maine 2003,©—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZC265H Hardbound $75.00
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In Situ
  C D - R O M S
Dan Burkholder: Inkjet Negative Companion Dan Burkholder: Inkjet Negative Companion
"The definitive supplement to Making Digital Negatives for Contact Printing, Dan Burkholder's Inkjet Negative Companion takes you by the hand and lets you explore the latest methods for making digital negatives right on your desktop."— the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZC298H Hardbound $22.00
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  S I G N E D B O O K S
David Maisel: The Lake Project David Maisel: The Lake Project—Signed
Maisel took to the air over Owens Lake in 2001 and 2002 capturing hallucinatory scenes of color and texture that nearly conceal the fact that they are aerial views. The sheer size of the areas photographed are at direct odds with the microscopic and abstract, two-dimensional space that Maisel creates in these images. READ MORE

Cat# TR147H Hardbound $75.00
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The Lake Project
Christopher Burkett: Resplendent Light Christopher Burkett: Resplendent Light—Signed
"Christopher Burkett crafted Resplendent Light with the same care and precision expressed in his photographs. The book's 156 pages include 68 plates and an essay by James Enyeart."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZC310H Hardbound $65.00
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Resplendent Light
  L I M I T E D E D I T I O N
Mona Kuhn: Photographs Mona Kuhn: Photographs
"MONA KUHN'S PHOTOGRAPHS evoke states of being that are at once foreign and familiar. When one encounters her images, one feels the dislocation of a time traveler encountering a realm that we, in modern life, have almost lost through our carelessness or consciously abandoned with our callousness."—Charles Katz

The Limited Edition is slipcased in an edition of 100 and comes with an original 10x10" C Print of the cover image, shown here. READ MORE

Cat# DP006H Hardbound $50.00 Online Price: $45.00 Save 10%
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Cat# DP006L Limited Edition $750.00
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Photographs
  p h o t o - e y e S U M M E R B O O K L I S T
: 2004 Summer Booklist. 2004 Summer Booklist.
The photo-eye Booklist is in a brand-new format! The cover of our Summer issue features a photograph by rising star Mona Kuhn. Her first monograph, Photographs, was published by the pre-eminent Steidl press in Germany and contains both color and black-and-white work. Writer and photographer Charles Katz has known Kuhn for several years and offers a personal response to her work in About Our Cover. Also in this issue: Aaron Rothman concludes his two part essay on photography, perception, and landscape, Denise Wolff interviews Gary Schneider at the Harvard Symposium on Contemporary Photography, a visit with the Starn brothers in their Brooklyn studio to review their newest body of work, Attracted to Light, writer and consultant Mary Virginia Swanson and our Editor Darius Himes introduce a new column on Publishing the Photography Book, and as always, we survey the best new photography books available today.

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