E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  09.11.08 Vol 8.36
 photo-eye Bookstore events
©Robb Kendrick from <em>Still</em>
©Robb Kendrick from Still
Robb Kendrick: Exhibition and FREE lecture with Book signing
photo-eye Bookstore is pleased to co-host two events with cowboy tintype photographer Robb Kendrick: An exhibition and FREE lecture with book-signing

An exhibition of palladium prints from the Tiny Satellite limited edition Twenty-First Century Cowboys, will be on display at the photo-eye Bookstore from Friday, September 12th through Saturday, October 19th, 2008. The exhibition opens with a reception tomorrow, Friday, September 12th, at photo-eye Bookstore from 4:30 to 6:30 pm.

The FREE lecture and book signing for Kendrick's book Still: Cowboys at the Start of the Twenty-First Century is sponsored in conjunction with the Photography Department/ Marion Center for Photographic Arts at the College of Santa Fe. The lecture will be held at the College of Santa Fe's Marion Center for Photographic Arts on Wednesday, September 17th at 6 pm. Kendrick will be signing copies of Still and his first book Revealing Character at 5:30, as well as after the lecture.

If you are unable to attend, signed copies will be available at photo-eye Bookstore, open Monday through Saturday, 10am to 6pm.

Kendrick will be in town this week teaching a workshop sponsored by National Geographic and the Santa Fe Workshops. He will also be doing a formal signing of his Tiny Satellite Press limited edition on Saturday, September 20th from 3pm to 6pm at Schenck Southwest, 268 Los Pinos Road. Schenck Southwest will also be hosting a Ranch sorting and team penning on Sunday, September 21st, 2008. Call 505.438.8350 for more information.
 photo-eye Gallery Santa Fe
Jock Sturges opening Friday, September 19th at photo-eye Gallery
Artist reception and book signing from 5-7 pm.

photo-eye Gallery is excited to announce an exhibition of photographs by Jock Sturges. Sturges will be present for the opening reception and booksigning to celebrate the release of his new monographs, Misty Dawn: Portrait of a Muse, published by Aperture and Life Time, published by Steidl.

The reception and signing will be held at our Santa Fe Gallery located at 376 Garcia Street. The exhibition continues through November, 1, 2008.

Our gallery hours are 10am to 5pm, Tuesday-Saturday. For more information, contact Gallery Associate Directors, Anne Kelly at 505.988.5159 x 121 or Heather Prichard x 116 or email the gallery.

Image © Jock Sturges
Image © Jock Sturges
   Misty Dawn, Northern California, 2007

Gelatin-Silver Print
20x16" Image
24x20" Mat
Edition of 40
$1,200.00

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 photo-eye Gallery News
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Gallery artists in group exhibition, Cautionary Tales : A Visual Dystopia.
Santa Fe Gallery artist Laurie Tumer and Photographer's Showcase artist David Ondrik will be exhibiting works in the group exhibition Cautionary Tales : A Visual Dystopia this Saturday, September 6, 2008, 6-8PM at 516Arts in Albuquerque, The gallery is located at 516 Central Avenue SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102. In an epoch in which our global community seems to be rapidly disintegrating politically, economically and most alarmingly, environmentally, this exhibit will present work by artists whose images reflect a world going/gone awry. This is a place where much is not well through misuse/abuse of the environment, where because of the failure of society as a whole to properly take care of itself and the world it exists in, we may actually be near the end of the world as we have always known it. These artists have a common theme of alarm and dismay, while at the same time finding haunting beauty and powerful personal expression in their words of caution to us all. Featured artists include Roger Ballen, Jeff Gibson, Robert Hirsch, Rhiannon Mercer, Lori Nix, David Ondrik, Robert Sullkin, Emily Trovillion, Laurie Tumer, Erika Wanenmacher, William Wilson and Cathy Wysocki. Curated by Holly Roberts.
 In The Magazine - Reviews
The Westerns
reviewed by Ryon James

Katy Grannan has always been drawn to "lost souls" as subjects. In her earlier work, she allowed her subjects to find her through indirect means such as classified ads and word-of-mouth (Model Americans, Aperture 2005). With The Westerns, Grannan has taken the initiative and sought out the desired individuals, approaching people in public that spark her interest. This new approach seems to have granted Grannan more control over her gamut of models, and allowed her to form extensive relationships with several of the individuals in the book...

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 Auctions
Toto mesto je vespolecne peci obyvatel (This Town is Under the Control of its Citizens) Toto mesto je vespolecne peci obyvatel (This Town is Under the Control of its Citizens)
A wildly scarce Czech title that will thrill those who may already know the only slightly more common book Na jehlach techto dni [On the Needle of These Days] by Jindrich Heisler and Jindrich Strysky. As Parr and Badger describe, it is an "urban meditation that uses photographic fragments, glimpses of the urban streetscape, to make a wider point about our political situation in the late twentieth century...The book's title may or may not be intentionally ironic. The dark, fragmented nature of the pictures indicate that it is, suggesting an anti-Communist critique made just prior to the 'Prague Spring...Peterka details a familiar iconography of photographic melancholia—abstracted signs, mysterious doorways, peeling and crumbling walls, miserable looking people on the streets, a broken mask lying by a lamp-post. With these apparent cliches, he creates an atmosphere of gloom and uncertainty, mirroring the alienated lives of modern man."
Bids shown below are current as of 6:21 pm MT, 09.11.2008
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Bruce Weber: Let's Get Lost (A Film Journal): Bruce Weber: Let's Get Lost (A Film Journal) $900 1
1d 22h 38m
Andreas Magdanz: Auschwitz-Birkenau (scarce French ed.--SIGNED!): Andreas Magdanz: Auschwitz-Birkenau (scarce French ed.--SIGNED!) $260 3
2d 0h 38m
Nakaji Yasui: 1903-1942: Nakaji Yasui: 1903-1942 $150 1
2d 21h 38m
  Toto mesto je vespolecne peci obyvatel (This Town is Under the Control of its Citizens): Toto mesto je vespolecne peci obyvatel (This Town is Under the Control of its Citizens) - 0
4d 20h 38m
Don McCullin: The Destruction Business : Don McCullin: The Destruction Business - 0
4d 20h 38m
 Michiko Kon (Korinsha Press Monograph) : Michiko Kon (Korinsha Press Monograph) - 0
4d 21h 38m
  Doug and Mike Starn: Alleverythingthatisyou (Limted Edition): Doug and Mike Starn: Alleverythingthatisyou (Limted Edition) - 0
4d 22h 38m
Miguel Rio Branco: Silent Book: Miguel Rio Branco: Silent Book $520 2
5d 21h 38m
Henryk Ross: Ghetto Lódz: The Last Journey of the Jews of Lodz: Henryk Ross: Ghetto Lódz: The Last Journey of the Jews of Lodz - 0
6d 22h 38m


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 365 - A Book A Day
Jack Pierson: Jack Pierson Jack Pierson
"This publication-at once a daybook, a survey, and an artist's book-collects eight previous publications on the American artist Jack Pierson, several of which are long out of print."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# DQ084S Softbound List Price $59.95
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Jack Pierson
Dan Nelken: Till the Cows Come Home Dan Nelken: Till the Cows Come Home—Signed

Signed copies arriving in 2 to 4 weeks.

"This series is one of those rare bodies of work that combines a surface ease of viewing with a passionate depth of character. Dan Nelken's images are seemingly directed and uncomplicated portraits of the participants in some of the country fairs that make up American rural life."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZD487H Hardbound List Price: $55.00
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Till the Cows Come Home
Thomas Roma: House Calls With William Carlos Williams, MD Thomas Roma: House Calls With William Carlos Williams, MD

Copies arriving in 1 to 2 weeks.

House Calls with William Carlos Williams, MD is a collaborative effort by child psychiatrist Robert Coles and photographer Thomas Roma to retrace Dr. Williams' rounds, which included patients from Rutherford all the way north to Paterson."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# PY262H Hardbound List Price: $29.95
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House Calls With William Carlos Williams, MD
Sophie Calle: Take Care of Yourself Sophie Calle: Take Care of Yourself

Copies arriving in 1 to 2 weeks. Now in its second printing.

"In this remarkable artist's book, French conceptual artist/provocateur Sophie Calle presents 107 outside interpretations of a 'breakup' e-mail she received from her lover the day he ended their affair. Featuring a stamped pink metallic cover, multiple paper changes, special bound-in booklets, bright green envelopes containing DVDs and even Braille endpapers, it is a deeply poignant investigation of love and loss."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# DP965H Hardbound List Price: $125.00
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Take Care of Yourself
Ed Templeton: Deformer Ed Templeton: Deformer
"Deformer interweaves disciplinary letters fromTempleton's grandfather and religious notes from his mother with sketches, snapshots, telling images and the occasional brutal tale, laying out an unresolved narrative that plunges readers headlong into Templeton's chaotic youth and his reliance on art and skateboarding to accommodate its stresses and joys."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# DQ035H Hardbound List Price: $55.00
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Deformer
Christien Meindertsma: Pig 05049 Christien Meindertsma: Pig 05049

More copies arriving in 4 to 8 weeks.

"In a complex and globalized world it has become increasingly difficult to trace the lines that link raw materials with producers, products and consumers. Designer Christien Meindertsma has published an intelligent project that attempts to chart this phenomena."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ID961S Softbound List Price $71.50
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Pig 05049
 New Arrivals
: Bill Wood's Business Bill Wood's Business
"The photographs in Bill Wood's Business start with a few from the 1940s, (most have been lost) and move through the 1950s and 1960s. The creation and curation of this book have transformed businessman Wood into a documentarian by highlighting how he subtly addressed many of the major issues plaguing his generation—racism, sexism, labor inequalities, the worker as consumer and the beginning stages for of suburban sprawl. Conversely, his images also reinforcing how later generations would nostalgically view the baby boom."— Melanie McWhorter

The entire review of Bill Wood's Business by photo-eye's Melanie McWhorter is published in the September issue of Fraction Magazine. READ MORE

Cat# DQ032H Hardbound List Price: $50.00
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Bill Wood's Business

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