E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  07.18.07 Vol 7.29
  P H O T O G R A P H E R ' S S H O W C A S E ®
Whitney Hubbs' portfolio Nothing Happens In June
"My photography comes from my everyday experience. Portraits, landscapes, and snapshots are used as a way to explore and combine memory and fantasy; themes of sexuality, love, loneliness, disappointment and hope. I am interested in the ideas of journey, representational and metaphorical; and the collective portrait of my generation."—Whitney Hubbs

Image © Whitney Hubbs
Image © Whitney Hubbs
    Walking Home New Year's Eve, 2005

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  p h o t o - e y e G A L L E R Y S a n t a F e
Tom Chambers and Hiroshi Watanabe prints on exhibit for PhotoArts Santa Fe
Shown above: Tom Chambers; Associate Gallery Director, Heather Prichard; Associate Gallery Director, Anne Kelly; photo-eye Director, Rixon Reed; and Hiroshi Watanabe.

photo-eye Gallery is pleased to announce our summer show, Tom Chambers and Hiroshi Watanabe. The show opening coincided with the opening of the ten day photo event of the PhotoArts Santa Fe Biennial Photography Festival on July 13th.

The closing date of this show will be September 8, 2007.

View all books by Hiroshi Watanabe.

Also on display, works by Julie Blackmon and Kerry Skarbakka.

For more information about this exhibit, please email Anne Kelly or Heather Prichard.
  A U C T I O N S
Jack Pierson: Pretty Lies (Signed, Limited Edition portfolio) Jack Pierson: Pretty Lies (Signed, Limited Edition portfolio)
Pierson's photographs are can be simultaneously sensual, sad, or seductive. At times dreamily overexposed, they evoke loss, longing, and love, but never quite explicitly. A scarce item featuring rich color printing.

See more images from the portfolio here.
Bids shown below are current as of 5:34 pm MT, 07.18.2007
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Aaron Siskind: Harlem Document (Inscribed): Aaron Siskind: Harlem Document (Inscribed) $300 3
18h 55m
Yasuhiro Ishimoto: Toshi: Yasuhiro Ishimoto: Toshi $400 1
1d 18h 25m
Sumiharu Watanabe: Face of Washington Square: Sumiharu Watanabe: Face of Washington Square $650 2
1d 18h 55m
Mike Mandel and Larry Sultan: Evidence (1st Edition!): Mike Mandel and Larry Sultan: Evidence (1st Edition!) $1,000 3
1d 19h 25m
Kishin Shinoyama: Hareta Hi (A Fine Day): Kishin Shinoyama: Hareta Hi (A Fine Day) - 0
1d 19h 55m
Kikuji Kawada: Chizu (The Map)--Signed, limited edition re-issue!: Kikuji Kawada: Chizu (The Map)--Signed, limited edition re-issue! $420 5
1d 20h 25m
Jack Pierson: Pretty Lies (Signed, Limited Edition portfolio): Jack Pierson: Pretty Lies (Signed, Limited Edition portfolio) $1,000 1
3d 1h 25m
Todd Hido: Outskirts - 1/25 Deluxe signed copies: Todd Hido: Outskirts - 1/25 Deluxe signed copies - 0
4d 2h 25m
Toshio Shibata: Terra (1st printing!): Toshio Shibata: Terra (1st printing!) - 0
4d 21h 25m
Kishin Shinoyama & Takuma Nakahira: Ketto Shashinron: Kishin Shinoyama & Takuma Nakahira: Ketto Shashinron - 0
4d 22h 25m

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  P h o t o A r t s S a n t a F e
PhotoArts Santa Fe Biennial Festival July 13th to July 22nd
PhotoArts Santa Fe is a biennial festival in Santa Fe and the surrounding areas, dedicated to "everything photographic in New Mexico". This year's events include numerous gallery openings, lectures, book signings, studio tours and other events. All participants and events, including information about the two day Marketplace, are listed on the PhotoArts Santa Fe website.

The New Mexico Community Foundation is hosting the premier event for the 21st Century Luminarias and Legacy Project. The event features portraits of individuals dedicated to committed to improving their community photographed by noteworthy New Mexico photographers. The event is July 20th at William Seigal Gallery, 540 South Guadalupe Street, Santa Fe starting at 5pm. For more information or to bid online, go to New Mexico Community Foundation's website.
: Book signing with Rondal Partridge for his book <em>Quizzical Eye</em> Book signing with Rondal Partridge for his book Quizzical Eye—Signed
Rondal Partridge is the Honored Guest Speaker of the Alternative Photographic International Symposium conference this year. We will have a book signing after his lecture at APIS on Friday, July 20th from 11:30am to 1pm and at our booth as part of the PhotoArts Santa Fe Marketplace located in El Museo Cultural, 1615 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe on Saturday, July 21st from 1 to 2:30pm for his book Quizzical Eye. A selection of his prints will be on display in the photo-eye Bookstore and in our booth at PhotoArts Santa Fe Marketplace.

"Rondal Partridge was born in 1917 to California etcher Roi Partridge and the celebrated photographer Imogen Cunningham. By his twentieth year, he had apprenticed to both Dorothea Lange and Ansel Adams, who, along with Edward Weston, were close friends of the family. This intimate association with certain prominent figures in the photography community fueled his image-making activities but did not cloud his mind with aspirations of celebrity."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZC039S Softbound $21.95
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: Book signing and film screening for Christopher Felver Book signing and film screening for Christopher Felver
Santa Fe Film Festival, 1616 St. Michael's Drive, Santa Fe, and photo-eye are pleased to present a weekend of films and booksigning for Beat by Christopher Felver. The book signing for Beat will be held on Friday night starting at 8pm and after his Beat films. Books will also be available for purchase at Saturday and Sunday screenings and at The Film Center and at photo-eye bookstore during business hours.

The film schedule:
Friday night, July 20th, 8pm:
Hum Bom (Allen Ginsberg) 3 minutes.
History of the Airplane (Lawrence Ferlinghetti) 3 minutes
West Coast: Beat & Beyond 1 hour
Coney Island of Lawrence Ferlinghetti 1 hour

Saturday night, July 21st, 8:30pm:
Donald Judd's Marfa Texas 30 minutes
Tony Cragg: In Celebration of Sculpture 1 hour

Sunday afternoon, July 22nd, 3pm
Timing is Everything with Cecil Taylor/Tiger Woods 8 minutes
Making the Nature Scene: Sonic Youth 3 minutes
John Cage Talks about "Cows" 10 minutes
Cecil Taylor: All the Notes 75 minutes

"The book Beat includes photos of: Kathy Acker, David Amram, Karel Appel, Al Aronowitz, John Ashbery, Amiri Baraka, Ted Berrigan, Richard Brautigan, James Broughton, Joan Brown, Charles Bukowski, William S. Burroughs, John Cage, Ernesto Cardenal, Carolyn Cassady, Don Cherry, Francisco Clemente, Andrei Codrescu, Gregory Corso, The Dalai Lama, Elaine de Kooning, Willem de Kooning, Diane di Prima, Robert Duncan, Lawrence Durrell, Ramblin' Jack Elliot, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Karen Finley, The Fugs, and many more."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZD099H Hardbound $29.95
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Cat# ZD099L Limited Edition $500.00
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Book signing and film screening for Christopher Felver
  A P I S
Kenro Izu: Passage to Angkor Kenro Izu: Passage to Angkor
Kenro Izu is the Keynote Speaker of The Alternative Photographic International Symposium, APIS, this year. For more info on APIS, go to the Bostick & Sullivan website.

"After making numerous trips to Angkor Wat, Izu, who was deeply moved by his encounters with the Cambodian children, decided to give something back to the country by creating a not-for-profit organization, Friends Without A Border, dedicated to building and operating Angkor Hospital for Children. All proceeds from this book go to the hospital."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZC789H Hardbound $59.95
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Cat# ZC789L Limited Edition $1,000.00
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  L I M I T E D E D I T I O N
Sean Perry: Transitory Sean Perry: Transitory
Taking backorders now.

"Transitory: The Abstract, the first volume in a series of three, is a plate book featuring ten tipped-in artist prints and one free-standing platinum print. Including a foreword by Roy Flukinger, Research Curator of Photography & Film at the Harry Ransom Center, it is letterpress-printed and hand-bound in a quarter leather binding. The book and platinum print are enclosed in a full cloth drop spine box. Handmade by book artist Jace Graf and published by Cloverleaf Press in a limited edition of eighty-seven numbered and signed copies."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZD133L Limited Edition $550.00
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  S I G N E D B O O K S
Tod Papageorge: Passing Through Eden Tod Papageorge: Passing Through Eden—Signed
More signed copies arriving soon!

"Tod Papageorge moved from Leicas to medium-format cameras when he lived in New York in the 1970s, and a few years later began to photograph in Central Park in earnest."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# DP621H Hardbound $60.00
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Midwestern Photographers: MP3 Midwestern Photographers: MP3—Signed
"One would think that we, as a collective culture, would be tired of photographers parsing the bleak landscape of American consumerism and revealing, again, our horrid excess, our big-box bravado, our credit card camaraderie and, by extension, the deficiency of our collective and individual spirit. But we're not."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# AP514H Hardbound $40.00
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  p h o t o - e y e M A G A Z I N E
: 2007 Summer photo-eye Booklist 2007 Summer photo-eye Booklist
The Summer issue of the photo-eye Booklist is now available for purchase through our bookstore. The cover features a photograph by Martin Parr from Parrjective.


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