E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  03.01.06 Vol 6.9
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p h o t o-e y e @ FOTOFEST 2006

FOTOFEST2006 is the eleventh International Biennial of Photography and Photo-related Art located in Houston, Texas. This year's themes are twofold: The Earth and Artists Responding to Violence, including independent but inter-connected exhibitions, lectures, and forums. The city-wide event will feature over 120 exhibitions of photographic art works in museums and non-traditional gallery spaces throughout Houston.

FotoFest's acclaimed Portfolio Review program The International Meeting Place, along with the Fine Print Auction are scheduled for the opening weeks of the 2006 Biennial.

photo-eye will be present as the official FotoFest Bookstore during the Meeting Place event at The Doubletree Hotel in downtown Houston, March 10th - March 23rd. Please come by, browse our great books, and say hello to photo-eye Director Rixon Reed and partner Vicki Bohannon.

For more information, visit the FOTOFEST web site.
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Julio Galindo's portfolio Nudes Mexico
These eloquent nudes by the renowned Mexican photographer Julio Galindo, suggest the mystical—keeping alive the quality of innocence in Mexican women.

See also: Paladio y Platino with print.
Image © Julio Galindo
Image © Julio Galindo
    Esperanza#1,

Platinum/Palladium Print
8x8" Image
16x16" Mat
1 / 30
$600.00

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Contact Joslin van Arsdale, Assistant Gallery Director, for further information.
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On the Block: Walker Evans, On the Block: Walker Evans,
From a striking series of photos of Mississippi ferries that Evans took in February of 1936. The Charles J. Miller (this picture) and George W. Miller were docked at Desoto Island. The scene, shot from the east side of the river, presents an entirely more bucolic picture than the Vicksburg street scenes that he would record during these same weeks.
Bids shown below are current as of 10:49 pm MT, 03.01.2006
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Ruth Bernhard: The Eternal Body (SIGNED!): Ruth Bernhard: The Eternal Body (SIGNED!) $280 1
14h 10m
Alexander Rodchencko: Russian monograph: Alexander Rodchencko: Russian monograph $205 2
4d 14h 10m
Chauncy Hare: Interior America: Chauncy Hare: Interior America $125 1
5d 14h 40m
David Levinthal: Blackface (Limited edition with print): David Levinthal: Blackface (Limited edition with print) - 0
6d 14h 40m
Lotte Jacobi Monograph - INSCRIBED ASSOCIATION Copy: Lotte Jacobi Monograph - INSCRIBED ASSOCIATION Copy - 0
6d 15h 10m
Ansel Adams: Gottardo Piazzoni in His Studio,  c. 1932 (Silver Gelatin Print): Ansel Adams: Gottardo Piazzoni in His Studio, c. 1932 (Silver Gelatin Print) - 0
8d 13h 10m
Walker Evans: River Boat, Vicksburg, Mississippi, c. 1937 (Framed Silver Gelatin Print): Walker Evans: River Boat, Vicksburg, Mississippi, c. 1937 (Framed Silver Gelatin Print) - 0
12d 13h 10m
Karl Blossfeldt: Urformen der Kunst: Karl Blossfeldt: Urformen der Kunst $1,000 1
12d 13h 40m


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Takashi Yasumura: Domestic Scandals Takashi Yasumura: Domestic Scandals
"[In] Takashi Yasumura's Domestic Scandals (a literal translation of the Japanese title is Everyday-like-ness)...the family home is a space where quirky qualities of things are radically unfolded with shivering calmness."—from an essay by Shino Kuraishi READ MORE

Cat# ZC667H Hardbound $58.00
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Domestic Scandals
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It all began with a consuming passion for books and art. In 1945, Gerd Hatje, a typesetter by trade, was granted a coveted publisher's license by the Franco-American military government in Stuttgart.

The publishing program of Hatje Cantz Verlag continues to feature art, photography, design, and architecture. With nearly eight hundred titles in print, the company has become one of the most important suppliers to the international market for art books.

More books from Hatje Cantz
Nikki S. Lee: Parts Nikki S. Lee: Parts
"In Parts, Nikki S. Lee departs from those snapshots of cultural identity—for which she has since become internationally known—to explore the ways more intimate relationships affect who we are."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# DP384H Hardbound $35.00 Online Price: $31.50 Save 10%
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Parts
Hiroshi Sugimoto: Hiroshi Sugimoto Hiroshi Sugimoto
"This volume presents a monographic retrospective of Hiroshi Sugimoto's complete body of work, including new, mostly unpublished images from his recent color work are featured: impressions of the impeccably proportioned shrine Sugimoto designed in Naoshima Island in Japan, as well as a series entitled Colors of Shadow."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# DP261H Hardbound $85.00 Online Price: $76.50 Save 10%
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Hiroshi Sugimoto
Ann Mandelbaum: Thin Skin Ann Mandelbaum: Thin Skin
"Thin Skin is Ann Mandelbaum's third book, and it relates and compares casts of body parts made in recent years, fragments of reality reinterpreted in her photographs and the micro-organisms she has invented and collected in display cases."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# DP436H Hardbound $48.00 Online Price: $43.20 Save 10%
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Thin Skin
Janne Lehtinen: Sacred Bird Janne Lehtinen: Sacred Bird
"Janne Lehtinen's Sacred Bird series presents quietly powerful portraits of the artist about to take off, wearing a range of peculiar apparatuses—attempts as absurd as they are stirring. His work is complicated by the fact that his father is a well-known glider pilot: these photographs are not just an homage to the myth of flying and to the landscapes to which Lehtinen finds himself tethered, but also an autobiographical investigation."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# DP438H Hardbound $35.00 Online Price: $31.50 Save 10%
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Sacred Bird
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Tanya Marcuse: Undergarments and Armor Tanya Marcuse: Undergarments and Armor—Signed
"From the bizarre steatopygous forms of Victorian bustles to the haunting facial masks on medieval helmets, Tanya Marcuse has illuminated the complex relationship between body and clothes, with all the ambiguities this entails"—from the essay by Valerie Steele
Three hardcover volumes in a slipcased set. READ MORE

Cat# TR185H Hardbound $55.00
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Undergarments and Armor
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Publishing the Photographic Book
The SANTA FE CENTER for PHOTOGRAPHY Presents:
"Publishing the Photographic Book," a two-day intensive workshop for photographers interested in publishing a body of work in book form.

March 25-26, 2006 9:00-5:00 p.m.
Sheraton Hotel and Towers, Chicago, Illinois

INSTRUCTORS:
—Joanna Hurley, a book publishing professional with more than 25 years experience, is President of HurleyMedia.
—Darius Himes is Editor of the photo-eye booklist, the only international publication devoted to fine-art books.

For more information visit:
The SANTA FE CENTER for PHOTOGRAPHY web site.
To register call 505-984-8353 Enrollment is limited to 20 participants
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Booklist: Photo-Eye Booklist: 2005 Winter issue Photo-Eye Booklist: 2005 Winter issue
The Winter issue of the photo-eye Booklist—our quarterly, subscription-based magazine—is out. 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. Domestic shipping for one magazine is $1.75 and foreign shipping ranges from $5-$10 depending on the country.

Cat# PE025S Softbound $5.00 (per issue-domestic)
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