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On the Auction Block: Robert Adams' Eden On the Auction Block: Robert Adams' Eden
Eden is Robert Adams's previously unpublished exploration of an ironically named truck stop in Colorado. His photographs—lavishly printed in tritone on matt-paper—begin in the morning and proceed into the night, revealing what is essential about this place. The beauty of Eden's production presents the strongest argument for Adams's work yet published. First edition limited to 1000 copies.
Bids shown below are current as of 6:20 pm MT, 01.16.2008
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Harry Callahan: Color 1941-1980 (Signed!) + 1 other: Harry Callahan: Color 1941-1980 (Signed!) + 1 other $340 1
2d 21h 39m
Miyako Ishiuchi: Nail (SIGNED): Miyako Ishiuchi: Nail (SIGNED) $300 1
2d 21h 39m
Nobuyoshi Araki: Images of Violence: Actresses: Nobuyoshi Araki: Images of Violence: Actresses $140 2
2d 22h 9m
Lee Friedlander: Factory Valleys: Lee Friedlander: Factory Valleys - 0
2d 22h 39m
Raymond Meeks: The Sound of Summer Running: Raymond Meeks: The Sound of Summer Running $80 1
3d 20h 39m
Mike and Doug Starn (1990 monograph, Japanese edition)   	  : Mike and Doug Starn (1990 monograph, Japanese edition) - 0
3d 21h 39m
Robert Adams: Eden: Robert Adams: Eden - 0
4d 19h 9m
Ryan McGinley (Flasher Factory monograph): Ryan McGinley (Flasher Factory monograph) - 0
4d 19h 39m
Robert Frank: The Americans (1978 Aperture Edition, INSCRIBED!): Robert Frank: The Americans (1978 Aperture Edition, INSCRIBED!) - 0
5d 20h 39m


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Nobuyoshi Araki: Kaori Love Nobuyoshi Araki: Kaori Love

Copies arriving in about 6 to 8 weeks.

"Forty full-page photographs of Araki's muse, Kaori, are collected in this fine, large format edition. Each of the images has been painted over in bright colours, such as green, red, blue and yellow — in the immediately recognizable signature Araki style."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ID906H Hardbound List Price: $35.00
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Yoshihiko Ueda: Portrait Yoshihiko Ueda: Portrait

Copies arriving in about 6 to 8 weeks.

"Yoshihiko Ueda, who has been active in the forefront of advertising photography, presents his works on 39 Japanese wisdom with unbelievably delicate touch. This special book is made of the trinity of, the texture of first-class paper, the greatest technology of printing and the marvelous gradation of light and shadow in Ueda's works.—the publisher

Also by Yoshihiko Ueda, one of the photo-eye selections for Best Books of 2004 Quinault READ MORE

Cat# ID907H Hardbound List Price: $79.50
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James Mollison: The Memory of Pablo Escobar James Mollison: The Memory of Pablo Escobar
"As a History major in undergraduate studies I learned, sad to say in my final year, that History is not an exact science. It is biased, based on what the individual documenting the event brings as baggage and sometimes, what political motivational factors might be at work. James Mollison and Rainbow Nelson's exploration of the life of Pablo Escobar The Memory of Pablo Escobar, published by Chris Boot, is a well-documented biography of sorts, of the iconic figurehead of the Medellin drug cartel. Because of the many gaps that exist in Escobar's life, as a result of destroyed, potential evidence, Mollison and Nelson allow each archive to speak for itself. Presented as chapters, the archives display images from a newspaper, a press photographer, the police files and a few friends. The final chapters include some of Mollison's Colors Magazine-esque photographs of Escobar's family, friends and acquaintances along with artifacts from his life."—Melanie McWhorter, photo-eye Book Division Manager READ MORE

Cat# ZD250H Hardbound List Price: $60.00
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The Memory of Pablo Escobar
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Jessica Dimmock: The Ninth Floor Jessica Dimmock: The Ninth Floor—Signed

Signed copies arriving in about 2 weeks.

"Over the past two years, Jessica Dimmock has photographed a group of die-hard heroin users living on The Ninth Floor of a Manhattan building in a surprising, powerful, and intimate way. The tale of the terrible consequences of heroin abuse has been documented many times before, but Dimmock epitomizes the attitude of the concerned photographer by her deep compassion for the people she portrays."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZD180H Hardbound List Price: $43.00
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The Ninth Floor
Hiroshi Watanabe: Findings Hiroshi Watanabe: Findings—Signed

Signed copies arriving in about 2 weeks.

"These are honest and direct pictures; they bear a heavy silence, and are uncomplicated, singular ideas. These words invite a closer look uncompromised by time. They suggest a meditation that can bring to the surface what could otherwise have remained hidden - that opening in the sky beyond the child and his maze, and what it can mean." — the publisher

ABOUT THE LIMITED EDITION:
The Deluxe Limited Edition of FINDINGS comes with a choice of one of three toned gelatin silver prints. All prints are made by the artist from the original negatives and archivally processed on fiber base paper and toned. Each print is 6x6 in image size and matted in a 9x10 4-ply archival matte. The prints are numbered, signed, and dated on verso. Book and print are cased together in a clothbound clamshell box. This edition is limited to 50 set per image—150 in total.

View the prints:
El Arbolito Park, Quito, Ecuador
Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona, Spain
Baseball Field, Tokyo University, Japan READ MORE

Cat# ZD236H Hardbound List Price: $45.00
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Cat# ZD236L Limited Edition $500.00
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Findings
Morten Andersen: Fast/Days Morten Andersen: Fast/Days—Signed
"Morten Andersen builds through undetermined images a model-city that is the synthesis of the two mega-cities that he pictured. It results in a very contemporary conception - the city made of fragments and interiors sceneries and unexpected fragments of the city where everything happens." —the publisher

ABOUT THE LIMITED EDITION:
30 copies signed and numbered on the cover with 1 of 3 signed fiber prints. The prints are signed on verso and approximately 11 x 7 inches (28 x 19 cm).

Prints and corresponding book numbers (click to view):

no 1-10, FD1(cover photo)
no 11-20, FD2(balloons)
no 21-30, FD3(cinema) READ MORE

Cat# ZD253S Softbound List Price $20.00
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Cat# ZD253L Limited Edition $180.00
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Fast/Days
Steve Schapiro: Schapiro's Heroes Steve Schapiro: Schapiro's Heroes—Signed

Signed copies arriving in about 2 weeks.

"Muhammad Ali, Robert Kennedy, Andy Warhol, Martin Luther King Jr., Samuel Beckett, Ray Charles, Jackie Kennedy Onassis, Barbra Streisand, James Baldwin, and Truman Capote. Schapiro's Heroes brings together an extraordinary collection of stories in the photo-journalistic tradition of people who have shaped our lives, our politics, and our tastes by the celebrated documentarian Steve Schapiro." —the publisher READ MORE

Cat# PY217H Hardbound List Price: $55.00
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Schapiro's Heroes
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Kazuumi Takahashi: High Tide Wane Moon Kazuumi Takahashi: High Tide Wane Moon
"Japanese artist Kazuumi Takahashi's stunning first monograph, High Tide Wane Moon, explores the relationship between the moon and the ocean. The son of a fisherman, Takahashi grew up near the sea. The schedule of the tide influenced his daily planning, just as the moon in turn influenced the tides." — the publisher READ MORE

Cat# TR252H Hardbound List Price: $60.00
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High Tide Wane Moon
Alec Soth: Dog Days Bogota Alec Soth: Dog Days Bogota
"After completing the work for his first book, Sleeping by the Mississippi, in 2002, Alec Soth traveled with his wife to Bogot�, Colombia, to adopt a baby girl. The baby's birth mother had given the new parents a book filled with letters, pictures and poems for their daughter. 'I hope that the hardness of the world will not hurt your sensitivity,' she wrote. 'When I think about you I hope that your life is full of beautiful things.' While the courts processed the adoption paperwork, and with these words as a mission statement, Soth set about making his own book for his daughter." — the publisher READ MORE

Cat# DP727H Hardbound List Price: $35.00
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Dog Days Bogota

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