E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  05.26.05 Vol 5.21
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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
Two New Portfolios by David Gibson
Gibson's luminous black-and-white landscapes and his more recent color work done in Japan demonstrate a remarkable sensitivity to light and mood. Dramatic clouds, imminent storms and an occasional lighting strike dot Gibson's awe-inspiring settings. His images invite the viewer to share in a reverence for place and light, just as the prints themselves reflect his devotion to the art of printmaking.
Image � David H. Gibson
Image � David H. Gibson
    An Autumn Place Triptych (number two), Cypress Creek, Wimberley, Texas, 2002

Toned Gelatin-Silver Print
13x5" Image
24x14" Mat
6 / 25
$600.00

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Image � David H. Gibson
Image � David H. Gibson
    Maples, Saiho-ji, Kyoto, Japan, 2003

6x4.5" Image
16x20" Mat
3 / 25
$400.00

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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
Peter Tonningsen's portfolio Beyond the Fence
"Much of my work has been concerned with exploring regional public sites in order to offer a recording and interpretation of these places and their relationship to the community. I have been particularly interested in exploring my personal link to the city of Alameda—off the coast near San Francisco—where I was born and raised...As a kid I had had a lingering curiosity about what existed behind all of the fencing demarcating the Naval Base that constitutes nearly a third of the landmass of the island of Alameda. The end of the Cold War and a shifting economy brought closure to the Alameda Naval Air Station and when I returned to my hometown in 1997 the vibrant community of this mysterious facility now stood vacant except for the scattered impressions imbedded in my memory..."—Peter Tonningsen
Image � Peter Tonningsen
Image � Peter Tonningsen
    Clean Suit, Aviation Depot, Building #5, Second Floor,

Gelatin-Silver Print
18x12" Image
20x16" Mat
Edition 6 o 25
$1,000.00

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  A U C T I O N S
On the Block: Rare Brandt Surrealist Volume, Alvin Langdon Coburn Portfolio, + More!On the Block: Rare Brandt Surrealist Volume, Alvin Langdon Coburn Portfolio, + More!
"The three-dimensional assemblages which [he] made in the 1960s and 1970s continued his exploration of the borderland between the internal and the external...They are, paradoxically, the least naturalistic of all his work."—Nigel Warburton

Also open for bidding: a portfolio of 10 photographs printed from original Coburn negatives and published by the George Eastman House in 1977; Jun Morinaga's River, Its Shadow of Shadows; a signed copy of Koudelka's Exils, and much more!
Bids shown below are current as of 5:05 pm MT, 05.26.2005
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Jun Morinaga: River, Its Shadow of Shadows  [W. Eugene Smith] : Jun Morinaga: River, Its Shadow of Shadows [W. Eugene Smith] - 0
20h 24m
Alvin Langdon Coburn: Photographs (portfolio of 10 photographs): Alvin Langdon Coburn: Photographs (portfolio of 10 photographs) $1,000 1
20h 54m
Hiroshi Sugimoto: Sugimoto (1996 exhibition catalogue): Hiroshi Sugimoto: Sugimoto (1996 exhibition catalogue) - 0
3d 20h 24m
Hajime Sawatari: Alice (First printing): Hajime Sawatari: Alice (First printing) $360 1
3d 20h 54m
Josef Koudelka: Exils (SIGNED): Josef Koudelka: Exils (SIGNED) $320 2
4d 18h 54m
Bill Brandt: The Assemblages: Bill Brandt: The Assemblages $520 3
4d 20h 24m
Annette Lemieux: Memoirs of a Survivor (deluxe edition with print): Annette Lemieux: Memoirs of a Survivor (deluxe edition with print) $500 1
4d 20h 54m


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  J U S T � I N � & � R E C O M M E N D E D
Chinese Photography: Out of the Red Chinese Photography: Out of the Red
"Out of communist China, out of the cultural revolution, out of a closed world...Out of the Red presents photography at the end of this outage, at the start of a new generation of Chinese image makers"....—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZC332H Hardbound $60.00 Online Price: $54.00 Save 10%
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Out of the Red
Ilja Ehrenberg & El Lissitzky: My Paris Ilja Ehrenberg & El Lissitzky: My Paris
Now back in print after 70 years, My Paris is an impressive work of photographic social reporting by a Russian revolutionary who lived there from 1908 through 1940. Originally published in Moscow in 1933 with an exceptionally clear typographic treatment by El Lissitzky Moi Parizh/My Paris is an extremely rare object, presented here anew as a reprint. READ MORE

Cat# PK897H Hardbound $40.00 Online Price: $36.00 Save 10%
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My Paris
  S I G N E D���B O O K S
Richard Mack: The Lewis & Clark Trail Richard Mack: The Lewis & Clark Trail—Signed
"Photographer Richard Mack has brought the vistas and majesty of the Lewis & Clark Trail to life in a magnificent set of 248 color photographs...The result is an extraordinary set of images capturing the incredible diversity of the American landscape in different seasons."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZC401H Hardbound $90.00
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The Lewis & Clark Trail
  L I M I T E D���E D I T I O N
Jill Greenberg: Monkey Portraits Jill Greenberg: Monkey Portraits
"Seemingly far from her trademark style, Greenberg began shooting monkeys in 2001... Instead of amplifying a playful and almost alien characteristic as she does with her celebrity portraiture, Greenberg's stylistic aesthetic captures an intensely serious and humanistic portrait of not only the monkeys, but also of us."—the publisher
LIMITED EDITION: A special cloth bound catalogue, signed and numbered with an 8" x 10" print of any image in the catalogue in an edition of 50. READ MORE

Cat# ZC396S Softbound $25.00
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Cat# ZC396L Limited Edition $500.00
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Monkey Portraits
  N E W S W I R E
Luc Delahaye Wins Deutsche Borse Photography Prize
Luc Delahaye's large-scale panoramas of recent news events have earned the photographer the 2005 Deutsche B�rse Photography Prize, an annual award given to the photographer who has made the most significant contribution to the medium during the past year.

Delahaye was selected for the �30,000 ($56,000) award from a short list that included Stephen Shore, JH Engstr�m and J�rg Sasse.

Delahaye, a former Magnum photographer based in Paris, has spent the last several years photographing wars, anti-globalization protests and political uprisings using a large-format camera. The Ricco Maresca gallery in New York mounted an exhibition of his 4 x 8-foot prints in 2003. (PDN Online)

Links:
Read about the Deutsche Borse Photography Prize exhibition at The Photographer's Gallery
Books with photos by Luc Delahaye at photo-eye
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Photo-Eye Booklist: 2005 Spring Booklist Photo-Eye Booklist: 2005 Spring Booklist
The cover of our Spring Booklist features an image from John Gossage's new monograph, Berlin in the Time of the Wall. Jim Stone contributes a wonderful review of the book and of Gossage's work in general. Along with a survey of thirty of the most important books of the season, the Spring issue includes the photo-eye awards for Best Books of 2004, a review of the reissue of Danny's Lyon's 1969 book, The Destruction of Lower Manhattan, an interview with Chan Chao on his new book, Echo, and the fourth installment in the series Publishing the Photography Book by Mary Virginia Swanson and our editor Darius Himes.

Cat# PE022S Softbound $4.00 (per issue-domestic)
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