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photo-eye books and VisualServer at SPE in Miami, March 15th-18th
Please join photo-eye books and VisualServer at the Society of Photographic Education conference in Miami on March 16th and 17th. We have an exciting book signing schedule planned with Mark Eshbaugh, Perry Dilbeck, Christina Z. Anderson, Douglas Holleley, Byron Wolfe, Mark Klett, Jerry Uelsmann, Maggie Taylor, An-My Le, Eduardo del Valle and Mirta Gomez.

The conference is held at the Radisson Hotel in downtown Miami. The Exhibits Fair is located in the Radisson's Symphony Ballroom. The Exhibition Fair is free to the public, but passes are required for the lectures. photo-eye and VisualServer will be in Booth 57. Please come by and meet photo-eye / VisualServer Director Rixon Reed, Book Division Manager Melanie McWhorter, and Vicki Bohannon, BookTeaser.

For the schedule of SPE conference, a list of fees for passes and other information, click here. Email us for the signing schedule.
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© Carol Golemboski
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Center announces Project Competition and Singular Image Winners!
Center, formerly The Santa Fe Center for Photography, announced the winners of the thirteenth annual Project Competition. The Project Competition recognizes gifted and committed photographers working on long term documentary projects or fine-art series. This year the winning projects were chosen from 819 submissions by a jury comprised of Charles Guice, Director, Charles Guice Gallery, Berkeley, CA; Deborah Klochko, Director, Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, CA and Kira Pollack, Deputy Photography Editor, New York Times Sunday Magazine.

Carol Golemboski of Denver, Colorado took the overall prize of the The Project Competition with her portfolio, Psychometry. The jurors' choice prizes were awarded to Whitney Hubbs for Nothing Happens in June, Doug Keyes for Collective Memory and Birthe Piontek for Sub Rosa selected by Charles Guice, Deborah Klochko and Kira Pollack, respectively. Three Honorable Mentions where awarded to Kristen Ashburn,William Laven, and Todd Stewart.

The Project Competition winners list
The Singular Image winners list
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© Doug Keyes
© Doug Keyes
Collective Memory: Photographs by Doug Keyes
In celebration of Doug Keyes selection as the Juror's Choice (see above), photo-eye Gallery is now showing Collective Memory: Photographs by Doug Keyes from March 7 to April 6, 2007 in our Project Room. Please visit our gallery located at 376 Garcia Street in Santa Fe to see the exhibition or view more of Doug Keyes images in the photo-eye Gallery online.
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Hamish Fulton (oversize 1974 Italian monograph) Hamish Fulton (oversize 1974 Italian monograph)
A very early, oversized monograph on Hamish Fulton, who "has been labelled as a sculptor, photographer, Conceptual artist and Land artist. Fulton, however, characterises himself as a 'walking artist'"—Hamish Fulton: Walking Journey, The Tate Gallery
Bids shown below are current as of 8:30 pm MT, 03.07.2007
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Shomei Tomatsu: Sakura 66: Shomei Tomatsu: Sakura 66 $200 1
17h 29m
Hamish Fulton (oversize 1974 Italian monograph): Hamish Fulton (oversize 1974 Italian monograph) $680 4
2d 18h 29m
Garry Winogrand: Stock Photographs (INSCRIBED!): Garry Winogrand: Stock Photographs (INSCRIBED!) $500 3
3d 20h 29m
Josef Sudek: Praha Panoramaticka: Josef Sudek: Praha Panoramaticka - 0
4d 15h 29m
Eugene Atget, Photographe de Paris: Eugene Atget, Photographe de Paris - 0
4d 15h 59m
Susan Meiselas: Kurdistan, In the Shadow of History: Susan Meiselas: Kurdistan, In the Shadow of History - 0
6d 15h 29m
Brassaï: Graffiti (1st edition in scarce dust jacket): Brassaï: Graffiti (1st edition in scarce dust jacket) $550 1
7d 16h 29m
Edward Weston: 50 Photographs: Edward Weston: 50 Photographs $770 1
7d 17h 59m
Kishin Shinoyama: Olele Olala: Kishin Shinoyama: Olele Olala - 0
8d 15h 29m


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Byron Wolfe: Everyday Byron Wolfe: Everyday—Signed
"365 photos capture the minutiae of life as it is actually experienced to create a narrative attuned to detail, place, and the passage of time. Everyday demonstrates how serious creative work can stem from the most ordinary settings, and how surprisingly often mundane detail and unexpected beauty turn out to be one in the same."—the publisher

Due in May, but we will have pre-publication copies after SPE this month. Order now to reserve a signed copy. READ MORE

Cat# CI193H Hardbound $33.95
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Everyday
Andrew Freeman: [Manzanar] Architecture Double Andrew Freeman: [Manzanar] Architecture Double
"A richly illustrated display of history, memory, and the contingencies of remembrance, photographer Andrew Freeman's (Manzanar) Architecture Double is a work based on mapping, tracing and recovering through photography the buildings which originally made up Manzanar, the notorious Japanese-American internment camp in California's Owens Valley."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# MW116H Hardbound $42.00
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[Manzanar] Architecture Double
John Bernhard: Drift John Bernhard: Drift—Signed
"The readers' eyes wander from one page to the next through a poetic visual narration from different subject matter and aesthetic sensibilities. Drift sets the mood of the book, a steady continuous movement or development from one thing, one place toward another."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZD035S Softbound $25.00
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Drift
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Jerry Spagnoli: Daguerrotypes Jerry Spagnoli: Daguerrotypes—Signed
"Jerry Spagnoli is one of the world's foremost daguerreotypists and this book brings together the last decade of his work, including selections from his Western Landscape and Anatomical Studies series and a comprehensive presentation of his documentary series The Last Great Daguerreian Survey of the Twentieth Century."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# DP434S Softbound $40.00
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Daguerrotypes
Eric Payson: You Can't Spell America Without Eric Eric Payson: You Can't Spell America Without Eric
"In the great tradition of the American road trip, Payson journeys from New York to Los Angeles with stops in the deep South and the sunbelt, documenting his encounters and revealing a dynamic diversity of experiences. With a keen eye for detail and razor-sharp wit, Payson dissects his America with a stunning Technicolor vision."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# PY189H Hardbound $45.00 Online Price: $40.50 Save 10%
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You Can't Spell America Without Eric
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: 2007 Spring photo-eye Booklist. 2007 Spring photo-eye Booklist.
The Spring issue of photo-eye Booklist is now available for purchase through the photo-eye Bookstore. Our cover features a photograph by Peter Granser, from his new monograph Coney Island published by Hatje Cantz.

SPRING 2007 TABLE OF CONTENTS
About Our Cover (read the full text!)
Coney Island in all its faded glory, by Peter Granser.
by Avis Cardella

Publisher Profile (read the full text!)
One by one, the publishers of the books we love are interviewed.
This issue features the Swedish publisher, Journal.

Survey of New Books
The quarterly survey of the best new photography books.
by various contributors

The Surprising Man from Memphis
William Eggleston has just published 5x7, a book of older work.
Interview by Eric Miles and Darius Himes

Joys of Fleeting Time
The richly layered work of Tacita Dean is reviewed by Charlotte Cotton.

Publishing the Photography Book
The acclaimed column on publishing photography books.
by Mary Virginia Swanson and Darius Himes

The Best & Sleeper Books of 2006
Our annual list of the best books along with picks by four VIP guests—
Vince Aletti, Tim Davis, Molly Logan, and Rixon Reed.

The Old & Rare Survey
A regular column that surveys important books of the past.
by Eric Miles

Visit our Magazine section to read more about the current issue.

[Important correction: In the review of Don't Kiss Me, on p. 22, and again on p. 40 in the review of Apollo Prophecies, incorrect bibliographic information was unfortunately published. In both instances, the publisher of these fines books is Aperture. The correct information can be found on our website under the listing for each book. We apologize for this mistake.]

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