E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  07.06.05 Vol 5.27
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PhotoArts Santa Fe 2005 Kicks Off This Week
PhotoArts Santa Fe, an exciting biennial ten day summer festival celebrating and showcasing the photographic arts, Santa Fe and Albuquerque galleries, museums, photographic organizations, educational institutions, bookstores and businesses begins on July 8 and runs through July 15.

Check out the jam-packed schedule of events and be sure to stop in at photo-eye (376 Garcia Street) to say hello if you're in town.
  p h o t o - e y e    G A L L E R Y    S a n t a    F e
©Nick Brandt
©Nick Brandt
Opening this Friday: Nick Brandt: On This Earth
photo-eye Gallery is pleased to announce On This Earth, an exhibition of photographs by Nick Brandt, from his upcoming Chronicle Books monograph. The artist will be present at the gallery opening on July 8th, 2005 from 5-7pm. A lecture will be held at the Center for Contemporary Art, July 9th, 2pm. $5 general admission, $3 students, free to members.

Working in the vein of the late 19th century Pictorialist movement and later the Photo Secessionists, Nick Brandt's portraits of African wildlife have brought animal photography beyond the traditional technical documentation of wild life photography into the realm of Fine Art. His work utilizes expressive and symbolic uses of lighting that create an atmospheric depth that is often absent in commercial wildlife photography. Dramatic lighting, selective focus and depth of field takes one back in time, reminiscent of the albumen prints of Julia Margaret Cameron, Lewis Carroll, as well as, Nadar, Etienne Carjat and the Galerie Contemporaine.
  D A V I D    M A I S E L
©David Maisel
©David Maisel
David Maisel will present a lecture on his work at the Marion Center, The College of Santa Fe, 1600 St. Michaels Drive, Santa Fe, New Mexico, July 12, 7:00 PM. This event is part of PhotoArts Santa Fe's Festival of Photography, a ten-day summer festival celebrating and showcasing the photographic arts.

Maisel's monograph The Lake Project, published by Nazraeli Press, was selected as one of the Top 25 Photography Books of 2004 by the critic Vince Aletti. Maisel will discuss this work as well as a current series, Terminal Mirage.

This image, Terminal Mirage # 251-5, is available through our gallery. Contact Joslin Van Arsdale, Associate Gallery Director.
  P H O T O G R A P H E R ' S S H O W C A S E
Nick Kline's portfolio Undercover
"The images from the 'Undercover', 2005, series were made by visiting dry cleaning shops where I would set up my tripod and camera in a makeshift 'studio' and select clothes hanging in storage...Like the images, the title "Undercover" is ambiguous. On one hand its alludes to something 'official'. I am also interested in how a sense of dread and discomfort can emerge from something familiar literally being 'covered'".—Nick Kline
Image © Nick Kline
Image © Nick Kline
    untitled, from Undercover series

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Edition 1 of 10
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Contact Joslin van Arsdale, Assistant Gallery Director, for further information.
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  A U C T I O N S
Open for Bidding: Ken Ohara's One--Rare Signed 1st EditionOpen for Bidding: Ken Ohara's One--Rare Signed 1st Edition
A conceptual work of sorts—pre-dating similar work by Dussledorf School photographers by well over a decade. "Ohara has taken the utopian step of using the camera to turn humankind into one big melting pot, his serial photographs making almost ritual atonement for the sin of racism."—Parr & Badger
Later re-issued by Taschen, this is a very rare signed copy of already rare first edition.

AUCTION NEWS FLASH: photo-eye Auctions will shortly begin offering a larger selection of affordable photographs for sale. Upcoming selections include work by Walker Evans, Ruth Bernhard, Sally Mann, and Alvin Langdon Coburn.
Bids shown below are current as of 5:44 pm MT, 07.06.2005
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Kertész: Of Paris and New York (INSCRIBED, plus 3 related items): Kertész: Of Paris and New York (INSCRIBED, plus 3 related items) $370 1
1d 18h 15m
André Kertész: Rare Japanese exhibition catalogue: André Kertész: Rare Japanese exhibition catalogue $150 1
5d 19h 15m
W. Eugene Smith: Minimata (SIGNED): W. Eugene Smith: Minimata (SIGNED) $450 1
5d 19h 45m
Albert Renger-Patzsch: Die Welt ist Schön : Albert Renger-Patzsch: Die Welt ist Schön $220 3
5d 20h 15m
Adolf Fassbender: Pictorial Artistry (Signed and Numbered Limited Edition): Adolf Fassbender: Pictorial Artistry (Signed and Numbered Limited Edition) - 0
7d 18h 15m
Ken Ohara: One (1st Edition, INSCRIBED!): Ken Ohara: One (1st Edition, INSCRIBED!) - 0
8d 18h 15m


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Peter Hujar: Night Peter Hujar: Night
"In the tradition of Brassaï's Paris at Night, the late Peter Hujar's Night brings together 43 hauntingly beautiful images of New York City. With the urban nighttime photographs reproduced in this volume, Hujar joins Weegee and Berenice Abbott in the grand tradition of New York street photography."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZC462H Hardbound $45.00
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Atta Kim: The Museum Project Atta Kim: The Museum Project
"Atta Kim's images are curious and startling, straddling the indeterminate ground between performance, photography, and an alternate form of anthropology."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# AP495H Hardbound $50.00 Online Price: $45.00 Save 10%
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The Museum Project
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Fredric Roberts: Humanitas Fredric Roberts: Humanitas—Signed
"Fredric Roberts traveled throughout Asia, from India to Cambodia, Bhutan to Thailand, Myanmar to China, capturing with his lens its people in all their understanding, compassion, fortitude, and honor—a splendid glimpse of humanity."—the publisher

A portion of the profits of this book will go toward Tsunami Aid Relief. READ MORE

Cat# ZC548H Hardbound $40.00
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Humanitas
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photo-eye Booklist: 2005 Summer photo-eye Booklist: 2005 Summer
photo-eye is pleased to announce the transformation of our quarterly Booklist into a 100% subscription-based magazine with a 4-issue price of only $20. The Booklist is handsomely designed and intelligently edited, with articles about photobook publishing, interviews with photographers and book makers, and, of course, our much anticipated survey of the best new photobooks from around the world. There is absolutely no other magazine like it.

Over a period of 25 years, the photo-eye Booklist grew from a single typewritten page in 1979, into a respected specialty book catalogue—must-reading for photobook lovers. The latest step in our evolution represents the culmination of several years of concerted editorial development, including more in-depth writing, new features of interest to collectors and photographers, and a summer 2004 re-design. We hope you enjoy our new magazine and support us in this exciting endeavor. Thank you for your help in making this publication a reality.
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