E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  10.30.08 Vol 8.43
 photo-eye�Gallery�Santa�Fe
Jo Whaley Opening Friday, November 7, 2008
at photo-eye Gallery, Artist's Reception and Booksigning

photo-eye Gallery announces an exhibition of photographs by Jo Whaley. Jo will be present for the opening reception and booksigning to celebrate the release of her new monograph, Theater of Insects published by Chronicle Books.

The reception and signing will be held at our Santa Fe Gallery located at 376 Garcia Street from 5-7 pm. The exhibition continues through January 10, 2009.

Jo will be presenting a lecture Thursday, November 6th at 6 PM at Tipton Hall, College of Santa Fe. For a complete list of the Lecture Series click here

Also on display will be photographs by Linda Connor.

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.
 photo-eye�Gallery�Staff�Pick
�Mihai Mangiulea
�Mihai Mangiulea
Our Online Gallery Coordinator, Sarah Bradley, has choosen Mihai Mangiulea's Past as her staff pick for the week.

"I see traces of hidden narratives in Mihai Mangiulea's Edges/Lisi�res. They are stunning images, luminous and soft, colors vibrant as if hand-tinted, yet also dark with an almost peculiar depth — but what keeps me peering into those woods are the tales whispered on the edge of the mind. I can imagine this to be the forest of Hansel and Gretel or Red Riding Hood, forests where something else, something unknown, lurks. The sensation is like getting spooked, when I am suddenly forced to consider if somewhere past the edge of my consciousness I might still believe in monsters and ghosts. What falls beyond the tree line are more trees, but Mangiulea's images remind me that this is not a certainty, only what we have learned to expect."—Sarah Bradley

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Chromogenic Print
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$1000
 In�the�Magazine
 Auctions
Ryoji Akiyama: New York Reports Ryoji Akiyama: New York Reports
While the influences of William Klein, Robert Frank, and Ed Van Der Elsken are pervasive in Japanese photography of the post-war period, a somewhat younger generation of photographers has, not surprisingly, looked to the likes of Shore and Eggleston. Ryoji Akiyama is among the most important of these (Takeshi Homma and Masafumi Sanai are others). Akiyama's pictures strike a wonderful balance between spontanaeity and careful composition. As such they can also be compared to the likes of Levitt, Winogrand, and Friedlander. A fantastic book!!
Bids shown below are current as of 1:20 pm MT, 10.30.2008
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Nobuyoshi Araki: Japan Journey (SIGNED): Nobuyoshi Araki: Japan Journey (SIGNED) - 0
0h 39m
Joel-Peter Witkin: Gods of Earth and Heaven (SIGNED) + First Monograph: Joel-Peter Witkin: Gods of Earth and Heaven (SIGNED) + First Monograph $180 4
23h 39m
  Josef Koudelka: Reconaissance Wales     : Josef Koudelka: Reconaissance Wales $650 2
1d 0h 39m
Shoji Ueda: Dunes: Shoji Ueda: Dunes - 0
1d 2h 39m
Larry Clark: Punk Picasso: Larry Clark: Punk Picasso $350 1
2d 3h 39m
Garry Winogrand: Stock Photographs (SIGNED!)  : Garry Winogrand: Stock Photographs (SIGNED!) - 0
2d 4h 39m
Brassa�: Paris de Nuit (First Edition!): Brassa�: Paris de Nuit (First Edition!) - 0
3d 3h 39m
Ryoji Akiyama: New York Reports: Ryoji Akiyama: New York Reports $655 1
3d 4h 39m
Lisette Model: Aperture Monograph: Lisette Model: Aperture Monograph - 0
3d 23h 39m
  	 Edward Weston: Photographs from the Collection of the Center for Creative Photography: Edward Weston: Photographs from the Collection of the Center for Creative Photography $810 1
4d 1h 39m
Joel Sternfeld: American Prospects (1st Edition): Joel Sternfeld: American Prospects (1st Edition) - 0
5d 2h 39m


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Joseph Mills: Witness No. 5 Joseph Mills: Witness No. 5

Copies arriving in approximately two weeks.

"Joseph Mills is the subject and guest-editor of Witness Number 5. For his contribution to the Witness series Mills presents his vintage photographs, culminating in a special selection of his famed 'Inner City' work with an accompanying essay by Paul Roth. Witness Number 5 closes with a presentation of by work Mary DelPopolo and Norma Carr."—the publisher READ MORE

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Peter Beard: Peter Beard Peter Beard

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"Photographer, collector, diarist, and writer of books Peter Beard has fashioned his life into a work of art; the illustrated diaries he kept from a young age evolved into a serious career as an artist and earned him a central position in the international art world.

Peter Beard's most important collages are included, along with hundreds of smaller-scale works and diaries, magnified to show every detail.

Originally published in 2006 in TASCHEN's Collector's Edition series."—the publisher READ MORE

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Richard Benson: The Printed Picture Richard Benson: The Printed Picture
"The Printed Picture traces the changing technology of picture-making from the Renaissance to the present, focusing on the vital role of images in multiple copies. The book surveys printing techniques before the invention of photography; the photographic processes that began to appear in the early nineteenth century; the marriage of printing and photography; and the rapidly evolving digital inventions of our time."—the publisher READ MORE

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Uchihara Yasuhiko: Son of a BIT Uchihara Yasuhiko: Son of a BIT

More copies arriving in 4 to 8 weeks.

"A proponent of digital photography, Uchihara is in the daily habit of taking several hundred images a day, some of which automatically are loaded onto his website. Some of them appear here, and were taken on his travels through such places as Tokyo, the Klong Toey slum in Bangkok, and during rest in his hotel room. the publisher READ MORE

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Gerald Forster: Nocturnal Gerald Forster: Nocturnal
"In my latest art project 'Nocturnal' I have created intimate, sexually charged scenarios between diverse couples within the context of elaborate and oddly disconcerting landscapes. Each photograph is a nuanced study in the divided nature of human intimacy..."—the publisher

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Eugene Richards: A Procession of Them Eugene Richards: A Procession of Them

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"In some countries, they call them the abandoned ones. They're the impoverished mentally ill and mentally disabled patients being warehoused in psychiatric asylums that are more run-down, more uncaring than the most brutal American prisons. Confined in cage-like cells, tied to beds soiled with human waste, medicated to the point of senselessness, or wandering naked in unheated and garage-like wards, they live in what can only be called the shadows..."—the publisher READ MORE

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Andrea Modica: Fountain Andrea Modica: Fountain—Signed
"Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with the exhibition Andrea Modica: Fountain, Edwynn Houk Gallery, January 15 - February 16, 2008. All photographs were made in Fountain, Colorado between 2000 and 2007."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZD513S Softbound List Price $50.00
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 Limited�Editions
David Lachapelle: Artists & Prostitutes David Lachapelle: Artists & Prostitutes

Only two available at the current price.

"Celebrating LaChapelle's truly extraordinary photography, this 688-page, XL-sized book is packed cover-to-cover with vibrant full-bleed images; the best of his entire career to date. Bursting at the seams with spectacle and drama, and saturated with colors that only LaChapelle can realize, this limited edition pays tribute to the most daring and ambitious photographer in the history of portraiture.

Limited edition of 2,500 copies worldwide, numbered and signed by David LaChapelle. "—the publisher

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