E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  10.04.06 Vol 6.40
  p h o t o - e y e G A L L E R Y S a n t a F e
MIchael Levin's Portfolio of movement and stillness
"While I was born land-locked under a vast Prairie sky in Winnipeg Canada, it wasn't until I moved out to Vancouver that I became engaged with the potential for landscape photography. Perhaps it was simply my need to better understand my new surroundings — water, water, everywhere — that provoked my deeper interest in the way landscape can shape photographic reality. My creative imagination opened up at this time as I began to explore the many hidden treasures of the Pacific Northwest — even those more plainly in sight. While since this time I've begun to range more widely, both geographically and in my subject matter, my curiosity remains for visuals that are obvious and yet elusive, as clear and transforming as water."—Michael Levin
Image © Michael Levin
Image © Michael Levin
    Le Pont, 2006

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Marco Citron's portfolio IRREGULAR
"'Irregular' is the name of a work in progress, a gallery of urban portraits, and a journey through the contemporary city. The subjects are examples of aging samples of industrial archaeology, contemporary structures designed by famous architects or quiet building standing in anonymity."—Marco Citron
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  A U C T I O N S
The Road-Trip Revisited: Hiroshi Hamaya's American America The Road-Trip Revisited: Hiroshi Hamaya's American America
During 71 days in 1967, Hiroshi Hamaya drove over 17,000 miles through 35 of the lower 48 states in an Oldsmobile Jetstar 88. The images, organized by state, have the feel of an inquisitive anthropologist gazing upon unfamiliar settings and customs for the first time. Compared to, say, Robert Frank's The Americans, Hamaya's road trip pictures have a detached, quiet and mostly non-judgmental quality that is filled with wonder at our vast and peculiar country.
Bids shown below are current as of 5:00 pm MT, 10.04.2006
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Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Andre Kertesz: Diary of Light, 1912-1985: Andre Kertesz: Diary of Light, 1912-1985 $240 2
18h 59m
Willy Ronis: Sur le fil du hasard: Willy Ronis: Sur le fil du hasard - 0
19h 29m
Tom Wood: People: Tom Wood: People - 0
20h 29m
Chris Steele-Perkins: The Teds: Chris Steele-Perkins: The Teds $120 3
1d 19h 29m
Lee Friedlander: Nudes, INSCRIBED: Lee Friedlander: Nudes, INSCRIBED $200 1
2d 23h 59m
Hiroshi Hamaya: Snow Land: Hiroshi Hamaya: Snow Land $175 1
3d 23h 29m
Edward Weston: Omnibus + On Photography (2 vols., rare slipcased edition): Edward Weston: Omnibus + On Photography (2 vols., rare slipcased edition) - 0
3d 23h 59m
Hiroshi Hamaya: American America: Hiroshi Hamaya: American America $400 1
5d 18h 59m

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  J U S T I N & R E C O M M E N D E D
Robert Frank: Come Again Robert Frank: Come Again
"In November of 1991 Robert Frank went to Beirut on a commission to photograph the city's devastated downtown in the aftermath of the Lebanese civil war. Alongside that commissioned work, he also made Polaroids of the city and its environs, which, on his return home, he stowed away in his studio. It was only many years later that he considered those images again, and used them to create a sketch-book's worth of Polaroid collages."—the publisher READ MORE

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Mark Laita: Created Equal - SIGNED Mark Laita: Created Equal - SIGNED
"Created Equal documents the people who make up America's diverse culture. Presented in a diptych format, the images exert striking comparisons as they explore issues of social, economic, and gender difference and similarity within the United States. Speaking about the project, Laita states: 'At the heart of this collection of portraits is my desire to remind us that we are all equal, until our environment, circumstances or fate molds us and weathers us into whom we become.'"—the publisher READ MORE

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John Davies: The British Landscape John Davies: The British Landscape
"The best of John Davies's landscape photographs of Britain, made between 1979 and 2005, are presented in The British Landscape in the order in which they were made and on a spectacular scale. Most of the photographs are made from a position of elevation, and are loaded with information about the social history of Britain from the Industrial Revolution onwards."—the publisher READ MORE

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Boomoon: Stargazing at Sokcho - SIGNED Boomoon: Stargazing at Sokcho - SIGNED
"Boomoon's third book with Nazraeli Press, Stargazing at Sokcho comprises 19 dreamlike land- and skyscapes made in the artist's secluded hometown in north-eastern Korea. Resembling nothing so much as the way the skies might look from the inside of a snow-globe, these gorgeous color photographs include hints of Sokcho's soaring granite peaks and dense forests, clear, bitterly cold skies, and an almost audible roar of silent eternity."—the publisher READ MORE

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Uwe Ommer: Transit Uwe Ommer: Transit
"Part travel journal, part scrapbook, this unique book traces the four-year, 250,000-km journey of photographer Uwe Ommer during the making of 1000 Families. Called a 'family album of planet earth,' 1000 Families is a vast collection of portraits taken by Ommer in over 130 countries in all corners of the world."—the publisher READ MORE

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  B A C K I N S T O C K
Lorna Simpson: Lorna Simpson Lorna Simpson
"Lorna Simpson is one of the leading artists of her generation, devoted to the beauty of image-making, innovatively juxtaposing the figure and gesture with text and narrative. This rich monograph, created to accompany the major retrospective of Simpson's work touring in Los Angeles, Miami, and New York includes 126 reproductions from Simpson's formally elegant, subtly provocative body of work."—the publisher READ MORE

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Lisa Kanemoto: Dark Mirror Lisa Kanemoto: Dark Mirror
"I used to walk through life in a constant state of mourning. I did not know how to live until a special person, my photography instructor and mentor, Morrie Camhi, a great humanist, awakened me. For the first time in my life I felt understood by another human being. My wish to be known by him resulted in an outpouring of self-portraits. I wanted to tell him my story, explain my constant sadness, my awkward, inadequate behavior. Inhibited and inarticulate, I found a way through photographs to express long-stored inner turmoil."—Lisa Kanemoto READ MORE

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  p h o t o - e y e B O O K L I S T
: 2006 Fall Issue 2006 Fall Issue
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