E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  09.13.06 Vol 6.37
  P H O T O G R A P H E R ' S S H O W C A S E ®
Rose-Lynn Fisher's portfolio BEEyond
"The bee has been referenced and revered by every culture throughout time. She is the ultimate pollinator, an alchemist transmuting nectar into honey, and a spatial genius. The honeybee thrives as a member of a peaceful society whose industries benefit life. And we depend on bees as pollinators of the plants that support our food supply for the sustenance of our own lives."—Rose-Lynn Fisher
Image © Rose-Lynn Fisher
Image © Rose-Lynn Fisher
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Eikoh Hosoe: Hoyo (Embrace)--SIGNED 1st edition Eikoh Hosoe: Hoyo (Embrace)--SIGNED 1st edition
An iconic figure of post-war Japanese art, Hosoe was an intimate of Mishima and Butoh visionary Tatsumi Hijikata. Hosoe's figures have a Surrealist quality that is startlingly intimate, yet also serves to render the flesh totally abstract and strange. The Embrace series was produced in 1969-1970.
Bids shown below are current as of 3:49 pm MT, 09.13.2006
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Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Bruce Weber: Bear Pond + Twelvetrees Press monograph (2 books): Bruce Weber: Bear Pond + Twelvetrees Press monograph (2 books) $200 1
1d 22h 10m
Sam Haskins: November Girl + Cowboy Kate & Andere Stories: Sam Haskins: November Girl + Cowboy Kate & Andere Stories - 0
3d 0h 10m
Keizo Kitajima: New York: Keizo Kitajima: New York $480 3
4d 1h 10m
Eikoh Hosoe: Hoyo (Embrace)--SIGNED 1st edition: Eikoh Hosoe: Hoyo (Embrace)--SIGNED 1st edition $600 2
4d 3h 10m
Yutaka Takanashi: Machi: Yutaka Takanashi: Machi - 0
4d 20h 10m

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  S A N T A F E C E N T E R F O R P H O T O G R A P H Y
©Don Usner
©Don Usner
The Photographic Project: From Concept to Audience
Beginning this Friday, September 15th, the Santa Fe Center for Photography presents a three-day Creative Edge conference, focusing on the conception and execution of a long-term photographic project. Seminars, lectures, workshops, and portfolio critiques and sharing will fill the weekend. Two events are also free and open to the public, so even those not planning on attending the conference should be sure to check the schedule for information on those talks. photo-eye's own Darius Himes (whose lecture with co-presenter Joanna Hurley is one of the free events) and Eric Miles will both be presenting, and Melanie McWhorter and Joslin Van Arsdale will be among the portfolio reviewers.
  J U S T I N & R E C O M M E N D E D
Carlo Mollino: Carlo Mollino: Photographs 1956-1962 Carlo Mollino: Photographs 1956-1962
"The Italian architect and designer Carlo Mollino held photography dear — it was one of his great passions and favorite means of expression. The photographs gathered here were all set in one of Mollino's private apartments, which he refurbished especially for this purpose. This portfolio, spanning from 1956 to 1962, ends just before Mollino's Polaroid work of the 60s. It was made using a Leica and color negative film, and has never been published before."—the publisher READ MORE

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Photojournalism: Assignments Photojournalism: Assignments
"Assignments: The Press Photographer's Year demonstrates that even in an age of rolling television news, internet and satellite communication, the traditional still image burns the keenest, fastest impression on the public conscience: the most effective way to show the world the world as it really is."—the publisher READ MORE

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Lili Almog: Perfect Intimacy Lili Almog: Perfect Intimacy
"Over the last two years, Lili Almog has made extensive visits to nuns in three different Carmelite monasteries. The result of this work is an experience of the cloistered world these nuns live in, and a documentation of their state of mind, relationship with God, and spiritual identity."—the publisher READ MORE

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Tomoko Sawada: School Days Tomoko Sawada: School Days
"Ten Japanese high school class photographs, printed on thick card, are collected in this edition which extends on Sawada's exploration of costume and identity. Each photograph features the artist re-presenting herself as a multitude of different students (and one teacher for each class) in a comment on the power of educational institutions and the social pressures facing young Japanese women."—the publisher READ MORE

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  T I T L E S F E A T U R E D I N T H E M A G A Z I N E
African Photography: Snap Judgments African Photography: Snap Judgments
Snap Judgments is another pivotal exhibition, catalogue and contribution by Okwui Enwezor on African photography. His commitment to opening up a Western audience to this work has broadened our understanding of photography's history, in a global context. The foundations for the study of African photography by Africans are being built before our eyes. ... Reviewed by Larissa Leclair. READ MORE

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Jason Fulford: Raising Frogs for $$$ Jason Fulford: Raising Frogs for $$$
Like selling Amway or robbing banks, maximum enjoyment in Fulford's world is for self-starters. Those in need of a map dictating how the work should be experienced will be left to twist in the wind — perhaps reveling in the occasional saturated sky, banal suburban composition or quixotic exposure — [but] scratching their heads nonetheless. Fulford and publisher, The Ice Plant, intend a new experience each time the spine is cracked. It's a brain-bending, tongue-wagging puzzle to figure out... Reviewed by Zane Fischer. READ MORE

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Raising Frogs for $$$
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: 2006 Fall Issue 2006 Fall Issue
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