E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  11.03.04 Vol 4.43
  A U C T I O N S
On the Block: Limited Edition Koudelka <i>Limestone</i>On the Block: Limited Edition Koudelka Limestone
Over a period of two years, Josef Koudelka traveled through the limestone quarries of the Groupe Lhoist in Europe and America and chronicled the sites of the industrial exploitation of stone deposits. While offering Western society an indispensable ecological commentary, the documentation also provides a fascinating dimension to the landscape. Extraordinary!
Bids shown below are current as of 4:24 pm MT, 11.03.2004
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Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Emmet Gowin: Photographs: Emmet Gowin: Photographs $240 12
1d 21h 35m
Duane Michals: Sequences (Signed): Duane Michals: Sequences (Signed) $350 22
5d 19h 35m
Walker Evans: American Photographs (1st edition): Walker Evans: American Photographs (1st edition) $800 14
5d 21h 5m
Josef Koudelka: Limestone (limited edition): Josef Koudelka: Limestone (limited edition) $400 6
5d 21h 35m
Robert Mapplethorpe (major retrospective monograph): Robert Mapplethorpe (major retrospective monograph) $120 5
6d 20h 35m

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  S I G N E D   B O O K S
Mark Klett: Third Views, Second Sights. A Rephotographic Survey of the American West Mark Klett: Third Views, Second Sights. A Rephotographic Survey of the American West—Signed
Third Views, Second Sights presents forty-three photographs taken from a third survey, pairing them with both the original 19th century landscape survey images of the west, and rephotographs taken in the 1970's.

On Saturday, November 6 from 4-6 pm Third Views, Second Sights authors Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe along with writer and critic Rebecca Solnit will be speaking and signing books at the James A. Little Theatre, New Mexico School for the Deaf, 1060 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Presented by Museum of New Mexico Press and Santa Fe Center for Photography.

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Cat# MX039H Hardbound $60.00
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Debra Bloomfield: Four Corners Debra Bloomfield: Four Corners—Signed
"In Debra Bloomfield's southwestern landscape photographs, color and light glow with a luminosity reminiscent of a Rothko painting. Her images, which transcend the visible, reflect the eternal spirit and energy found in these sacred places."—Judith Golden, professor emerita, photography, University of Arizona, Tucson READ MORE

Cat# NM171H Hardbound $45.00
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Linda Butler: Yangtze Remembered Linda Butler: Yangtze Remembered—Signed
"Yangtze Remembered is both a measured and a passionate book. The powerful images reveal much that we have never seen before and cannot ever see again."—the publisher

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Cat# SU012H Hardbound $65.00
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  J U S T - I N    A N D    R E C O M M E N D E D
Daido Moriyama: Platform Daido Moriyama: Platform
"A limited edition retrospective of 1000 copies from the godfather of modern Japanese photography. Exquisitely rendered stills from his 'Platform' series to street scenes, supermarket shelves and a host of other incisive perceptions. Printed on fine quality smooth paper and including four short essays."—the publisher

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Cat# ID640H Hardbound $65.00
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  N E W S W I R E
Ezra Stoller, Who Captured Modern Buildings, Dies at 89
"Ezra Stoller, a celebrated architectural photographer whose work introduced the viewing public to the high modernism of the postwar era, died on Friday at his home in Williamstown, Mass. He was 89....

Interviewed about his craft, Mr. Stoller tended to deflect critical praise. "Architecture, being a sensory experience, must be interpreted through a sensory medium," he told The New York Times in 1991. "I never claimed that my work is art. The art is the architecture."—Margalit Fox

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  p h o t o - e y e   F A L L   B O O K L I S T
Photo-Eye Booklist: 2004 Fall Booklist Photo-Eye Booklist: 2004 Fall Booklist
The cover of our 2004 Fall issue features a detail of a photograph by Edward Weston. The photographic historian and Weston scholar Amy Conger offers a fantastic take on Weston and the new book, Edward Weston: Life Work. Also in this issue: Alan Rapp reviews new color photography by David Maisel and Todd Hido; David Scheinbaum and Janet Russek talk about their 30 year
I Ching project; Alex Sweetman reviews the reissue of a Walker Evans classic, Many Are Called; and Mary Virginia Swanson along with our Editor Darius Himes continue their thoughts on how to publish a photography book. And as always, we survey the best new photography books available today.

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Cat# PE020S Softbound $4.00 (per issue-domestic)
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