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Jessica Bruah's portfolio "Stories"
My body of work titled "Stories" began when I decided to merge my love for fiction with my interest with photography. I began to see each image as its own visual narrative...Each photograph contains an anonymous character, seemingly unaware of the lens, whose face is never shown. Although I am playing the dual role of photographer and subject, these self-portraits do not concern the notion of self but rather the idea of constructing reality. Every image is carefully assembled, aided by costumes, props, studio lighting, and posing. All these elements, along with the manipulation of a view camera, bring a surrealistic and often amusing quality to the images."
Image � Jessica Bruah
Image � Jessica Bruah
    Untitled # 2 from "Stories"

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This Week: Eikoh Hosoe on Antonio Gaudi This Week: Eikoh Hosoe on Antonio Gaudi
"It was in 1964 when I had my first encounter with the architecture of Gaudi in Barcelona, Spain. It was so sudden and I was so overwhelmed by the extravagant shapes of something like a gigantic body of flesh that I could hardly take a single photograph of them....I sensed an instinctive danger, then, in the mysterious moment mixed with fear and joy. This moment is what I later called the 'Gaudi Shock'"—Eikoh Hosoe

Upcoming auctions inlude: The Art of Edward Weston (signed limited edition of 500); Irving Penn, Moments Preserved (SIGNED); Daido Moriyama: Time of a Dog (SIGNED); Shomei Tomatsu: Nagasaki 11:02, and much, much more.
Bids shown below are current as of 4:53 pm MT, 11.09.2005
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Irving Penn: Major Monograph, SIGNED: Irving Penn: Major Monograph, SIGNED $300 1
4d 20h 6m
Andreas Gursky: Fotografien 1994-1998: Andreas Gursky: Fotografien 1994-1998 - 0
4d 21h 36m
Helen Levitt: A Way of Seeing: Helen Levitt: A Way of Seeing - 0
5d 19h 6m
The Vietnam War: 3 books (Riboud, Burrows, Duncan): The Vietnam War: 3 books (Riboud, Burrows, Duncan) - 0
5d 20h 36m
Paul Strand: Photogravure from Camera Work (1917): Paul Strand: Photogravure from Camera Work (1917) $500 1
6d 19h 36m
Eikoh Hosoe: Gaudi (+ related exhibition catalogue): Eikoh Hosoe: Gaudi (+ related exhibition catalogue) - 0
6d 20h 36m
Bruce Barnbaum: Visual Symphony (INSCRIBED): Bruce Barnbaum: Visual Symphony (INSCRIBED) $180 1
7d 20h 6m
Hiroshi Sugimoto: 4 Prints from Time Exposed Portfolio: Hiroshi Sugimoto: 4 Prints from Time Exposed Portfolio - 0
8d 19h 6m
Tom Baril (4AD monograph, 1997)--SIGNED: Tom Baril (4AD monograph, 1997)--SIGNED - 0
8d 19h 36m


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Since 1990 the Center has brought to publication more than 250 books, winning 90 publishing awards, prizes, and honors, including the best book of nonfiction published in the United States (Richard Misrach's Bravo 20: The Bombing of the American West) and best-book honors in 30 academic fields. Center books are recognized for making the necessary connections between art and science, history and geography, photography and literature, architecture and landscape design and planning.

More Books from Center for American Places
Brad Temkin: Private Places Brad Temkin: Private Places
"Private Places offers an intimate glimpse into the diverse personal gardens of Chicago residents, exploring how they carved out these quiet spaces of flora and greenery in the cityscape of concrete and brick."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZC544H Hardbound $40.00
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Private Places
Scott Fortino: Institutional Scott Fortino: Institutional
"In Institutional Scott Fortino challenges us to rethink our view of the public spaces we pass through every day by offering an original and fascinating photographic study of the settings in which the important events of human life unfold."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZC543H Hardbound $40.00
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Institutional
Bob Thall: At City's Edge Bob Thall: At City's Edge
"An iron-gray slate on a cold and blustery day, a respite from the summer heat, the engine of the city's notorious blizzards: Lake Michigan is an integral part of the landscape of Chicago. Bob Thall has been photographing the skyline and streets of Chicago for over thirty years, and here in At City's Edge he chronicles the 25-mile shoreline where the asphalt meets the inland sea."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZC542H Hardbound $45.00
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At City's Edge
Kim Stringfellow: Greetings from the Salton Sea Kim Stringfellow: Greetings from the Salton Sea
"In Greetings from the Salton Sea, photographer Kim Stringfellow explores the history of California's largest lake from its disastrous beginnings—the 'sea' was formed when Colorado River levees broke and spilled into a depression 280 feet below sea level—to its heyday as a desert paradise in the 1950s, to its current state as an environmental battleground."—the publisher

View Kim Stringfellow's portfolios from the Photographer's Showcase. READ MORE

Cat# ZC545H Hardbound $25.00
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Greetings from the Salton Sea
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Lenswork Quarterly: Lenswork No. 61 Nov - Dec 2005. Lenswork Quarterly: Lenswork No. 61 Nov - Dec 2005.
This issue features the work of Nick Brandt, whom photo-eye is pleased to represent. It also includes an interview & portfolio by Robert Swiderski and a portfolio of Roman Loranc's work. READ MORE

Cat# LQ036S Softbound $9.95
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Josef Hoflehner: Dreamworld 2006 Calendar Josef Hoflehner: Dreamworld 2006 Calendar
"Dreamworld highlights the beautiful combination of simplicity, deep contrast and movement typical of the photographs of Josef Hoflehner. Beautifully printed on matt art paper and more than two feet tall, this is an impressive (and sizeable) work. A must have, and available only in a very limited supply."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZC637S Softbound $42.00
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Josef Hoflehner: Unleashed Josef Hoflehner: Unleashed—Signed
"Josef Hoflehner's fourth photobook Unleashed, Hoflehner takes us on a stunning journey to different tranquil and secluded locations throughout Europe. Some of these photographs are so surreal that they don't seem like they were taken in this dimension. This first edition of is limited to 500 case-bound copies. It is beautifully printed in duotone by Stamperia Valdonega, Italy."

About the Limited Edition:
Limited to 50 signed and numbered copies, it includes an original signed and numbered print (7.6'x7.6') of the title-photograph."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZC614H Hardbound $75.00
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Photo-Eye Booklist: 2005 Fall Booklist Photo-Eye Booklist: 2005 Fall Booklist
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