E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  05.24.06 Vol 6.21
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Jennifer Greenburg's portfolio The Rockabillies
"The Rockabillies," is work from the past six years which examines a unique global subculture and my relationship/place within it. The individuals chosen are part of the Rockabilly scene that has co-opted the looks and values of mid-twentieth century America....the imagery and ideals have been taken along with an almost wistful interpretation of the time, and made into something new."—Jennifer Greenburg
Image © Jennifer Greenburg
Image © Jennifer Greenburg
    Mrs. Hughes at Home, 2003

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© Jerry Uelsmann
© Jerry Uelsmann
Robert Heinecken 1931--2006
"Robert Heinecken, an artist and teacher whose eclectic and challenging work radically expanded the range of possibilities for photography as art, died on Friday at a nursing home in Albuquerque. He was 74."—Andy Grundberg, New York Times

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  A U C T I O N S
Open for Bidding: Nancy Rexroth print, Boys Flying, Amesville, Ohio, 1976 Open for Bidding: Nancy Rexroth print, Boys Flying, Amesville, Ohio, 1976
While her book Iowa has been something of a cult item among collectors, with the popularity of the Holga, Diana, and other 'toy' cameras, Nancy Rexroth's casually surreal work is finding a new audience. As Jonathan Greene writes, Rexroth produced "perhaps the most coherent and mysterious pictorial work of the seventies. [She] is an absolutely intuitive artist. Her beautifully printed and sequenced book of reveries and memories, Iowa, is a testament to the persistence of traditional American pictorialism."
Bids shown below are current as of 4:31 pm MT, 05.24.2006
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Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Stephen Shore: The Nature of Photographs: Stephen Shore: The Nature of Photographs $200 3
1d 19h 58m
Imogen Cunningham: Imogen! (Photographs 1910-1973)--SIGNED!: Imogen Cunningham: Imogen! (Photographs 1910-1973)--SIGNED! $310 4
1d 21h 28m
Photojournalism: 3 Scarce Books--1 Inscribed--(Susan Meiselas, Koen Wessing, Tim Page): Photojournalism: 3 Scarce Books--1 Inscribed--(Susan Meiselas, Koen Wessing, Tim Page) $90 1
4d 19h 58m
Frederick Sommer: Aperture 10:4 1962 (1st monograph): Frederick Sommer: Aperture 10:4 1962 (1st monograph) $350 4
4d 20h 58m
Horst: Major Monograph by Valentine Lawford (SIGNED by Horst!) + Salute to the Thirties: Horst: Major Monograph by Valentine Lawford (SIGNED by Horst!) + Salute to the Thirties - 0
7d 19h 28m

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Contemporary Photography: Noorderlicht Contemporary Photography: Noorderlicht
"In a extensive presentation 42 photographers from 18 countries try to set time in motion again with still images, in an attempt to free photography from the moment."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ID764H Hardbound $46.00
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Beverley Abramson: Bawdy Language Beverley Abramson: Bawdy Language—Signed
"Bawdy Language reveals temptations of the forbidden in a series of images of exotic dance...This gritty, naughty, marginalized culture that bares all, creates tension of raw seduction and sexuality where enigmatic messages are conveyed between performer and observer."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZC523S Softbound $18.00
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Cat# ZC523L Limited Edition $350.00
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Bawdy Language
Adam Bartos: Boulevard Adam Bartos: Boulevard—Signed
"There's a kind of virtuosity in this anti-decisive street photography, perhaps even a sly denial of Baudelaire's sensation-seeking boulevardier in Les Fleurs du Mal-there's nothing to be found in these streets, my friend; best take your roguish energy elsewhere."—the publisher

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Cat# DP296H Hardbound $65.00
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Charles Katz: Annapurna Sanctuary Charles Katz: Annapurna Sanctuary—Signed
"Surrounded by some of the highest mountains on Earth and bisected by equally deep valleys, the Annapurna region in Nepal is a land of extremes."—the publisher

60% of the proceeds of will be donated to the World Wildlife Fund.


Cat# ZC807H Hardbound $35.00
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  D V D s
William Eggleston: William Eggleston in the Real World William Eggleston in the Real World
"I like to photograph democratically," William Eggleston has said - a quote that doesn't quite account for the unique range and scope of his work, an ongoing project to describe the unreasonable beauty of 'ordinary' contemporary life.—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZC742 $24.95
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  C A L L F O R E N T R I E S
The 2006 Golden Light Awards
An international competition for emerging photographers and professionals who have embarked on a personal project or have amassed a personal body of work.

Deadline for Entries: June 16, 2006

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Photo-Eye Booklist: 2006 Spring Booklist Photo-Eye Booklist: 2006 Spring Booklist
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