E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  11.18.09 Vol 9.46
 photo-eye Bookstore Events
© from left to right David Bram, Michael Clinton
© from left to right David Bram, Michael Clinton
Book Signing for Michael Clinton's American Portraits & Closing Reception for David Bram

photo-eye Bookstore is pleased to host a closing artist reception for David Bram's exhibition A Journey to Iceland, and a book signing of Michael Clinton's American Portraits, published by Glitterati Incorporated on Friday, November 27th, 2009 from 4 to 6 pm at photo-eye Bookstore, 370 Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM.

For more information, contact Melanie McWhorter at 505-988-5152 x 112 or melanie@photoeye.com.

 photo-eye Gallery Santa Fe
© Tom Chambers
© Tom Chambers
Tom Chamber's new portfolio Marwari: Indigenous Spirits

"In my eyes horses represent that which is beautiful and sacred in nature. In particular, the noble Marwari horses from India have captured my attention. Known for their loyalty and bravery, the Marwari were considered divine beings as far back as the twelfth century. Victimized by difficult economic times, poor horse management, and global warming, the Marwari horse population was decimated by the mid-1990's." — Tom Chambers

Tom Chambers
Marwari Stallions #1
Archival Pigment Ink
20x20" Image
Edition of 20
$1200

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Contact Anne Kelly, photo-eye Gallery Associate Director, for further information on Linda Connor's work. Visit photo-eye online Galleries.
 Auctions
Lee Friedlander: Self-Portrait (First Edition) Lee Friedlander: Self-Portrait (First Edition)
"Memory, transience, identity, and the impossibility of capturing anything more than a fiction or a mask in photographic portraiture—Friedlander put all these issues slyly into play with Self-Portrait..."—Vince Aletti
Bids shown below are current as of 4:28 pm MT, 11.18.2009
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Ittetsu Morishita: Hibakusha : Ittetsu Morishita: Hibakusha $100 1
1h 31m
Robert Frank: Flower Is... (Limited Edition of 500 copies!): Robert Frank: Flower Is... (Limited Edition of 500 copies!) - 0
22h 31m
Tom Wood: People (SIGNED): Tom Wood: People (SIGNED) $120 2
23h 31m
Alec Soth: Sleeping by the Mississippi (SIGNED!!): Alec Soth: Sleeping by the Mississippi (SIGNED!!) $220 2
2d 0h 31m
Merry Alpern: Dirty Windows: Merry Alpern: Dirty Windows $150 3
2d 2h 31m
  Robert Frank: Lines of My Hand (Lustrum Press edition): Robert Frank: Lines of My Hand (Lustrum Press edition) $210 1
2d 3h 31m
Miguel Rio Branco:  Entre Os Olhos, o Deserto (Between the Eyes, a Desert): Miguel Rio Branco: Entre Os Olhos, o Deserto (Between the Eyes, a Desert) $75 1
3d 0h 31m
Lee Friedlander: Self-Portrait (First Edition): Lee Friedlander: Self-Portrait (First Edition) $200 1
3d 23h 31m
Robert Frank: The Americans (1969 Aperture edition): Robert Frank: The Americans (1969 Aperture edition) - 0
4d 0h 31m
Les Krims: Deerslayers + Incredible Case of the Stack O'Wheat Murders + Little People of America : Les Krims: Deerslayers + Incredible Case of the Stack O'Wheat Murders + Little People of America $450 1
4d 1h 31m


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 photo-eye Weekly Bestsellers
© Michael Kenna
© Michael Kenna
Bestselling Books at photo-eye for the week ending
November 14, 2009


1. Michael Kenna: Venezia (2)
2. Michael Kenna: Venezia - (LTD) (1)
3. Steve McCurry: Portraits - Postcards (1)
4. Todd Hido: A Road Divided - (SIGNED) (3)
5. Michael Kenna: Retrospective (1)
6. Michael Kenna: 2010 Michael Kenna Wall Calendar (6)
7. Noriko Takazawa: Sensation (1)
8. Emmet and Elijah Gowin: Maggie -(SIGNED by Edith, Elijah, and Emmet Gowin) (9)
9. Robert Frank: Seven Stories (4)
10. Todd Hido: Witness No. 7 (6)

View previous weeks' bestsellers.
 photo-eye Magazine Reviews
© Deanna Templeton
© Deanna Templeton

This week in photo-eye's Magazine:


"Rome. Winter, early 21st century. Population, apparently near zero. At least that's the impression your get from the photographs South African Guy Tillim has assembled in Roma, Citta di Mezzo. Tillim does spot the occasional figure walking the wet, wintry streets. They are usually seen from behind and often hard to spot in the largely unremarkable urban landscapes." — from Charles Dee Mitchell's review of Guy Tillim's Roma, Citta Di Mezzo


"The book has the appearance of being carefully designed from the selection, sequencing and pairing of the photographs. There are some truly delightful and humorous pairings across the page spreads." — from Douglas Stockdale's review of Deanna Templeton's 17 Days

"Accompanying this wry volume's many accomplishments, Reiner Riedler deserves credit for reminding us that the United States does not monopolize the global marketplace for vicarious experiences available at cost."— from George Slade's review of Reiner Riedler's Fake Holidays

"Edward Hopper & Company is a beautiful book: elegant and restrained, intelligent as the exhibition it records. The exhibit, now closed, was a treat for the eye and the mind. If exhibitions can be said to have an aura, this one did, if a curious one."— from Richard Gordon's review of Edward Hopper & Company with an Introduction by Jeffrey Fraenkel and essay by Robert Adams.

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 photo-eye First Wednesday Salon
© from left to right, Julie Dean, David Ondrik, Jock McDonald
© from left to right, Julie Dean, David Ondrik, Jock McDonald


photo-eye First Wednesday Salon, December 2, 2009

Be sure to catch the next photo-eye First Wednesday Salon on December 2, 2009 with the opening reception starting at 6:30 pm and the salon running from 7pm to 9pm. In December, we are pleased to welcome photographers Julie Dean, David Ondrik, and Jock McDonald. For more information contact Melanie McWhorter at 505.988.5152 x 112 or melanie@photoeye.com or we'll see you in the photo-eye Gallery on First Wednesday!

Images shown clockwise from left to right: Julie Dean, David Ondrik, Jock McDonald.
 photo-eye Gallery Staff Pick
© Alan Kupchick
© Alan Kupchick
This week's photo-eye Staff Pick was selected by Bookkeeper Maxine Chelini. Maxine has selected Alan Kupchick's Hotel, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2004.

Alan Kupchick
Hotel, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2004

Archival Digital Print
11x14" Image
19x22" Mat
Edition of 15
$350

Contact Anne Kelly, photo-eye Gallery Associate Director, for further information on Alan Kupchick's work. Visit photo-eye online Galleries.
 365 A Book A Day


This week's 365 Book A Day featured items are:

Love Me with photographs by Zed Nelson.
"In a series of compelling images which lodge firmly in our consciousness, Love Me negotiates the boundaries of art and documentary, reflecting a world we have created in which there are enormous social, psychological and economic rewards and penalties attached to the way we look."

Summer Nights, Walking with photographs by Robert Adams.
"In this exquisitely produced book, the influential American photographer Robert Adams revisits the classic collection of nocturnal landscapes that he began making in the mid-1970s near his former home in Longmont, Colorado." - Regina-Maria Anzenberger

Transitional States with photographs by Robert Polidori.
"In Transitional States Robert Polidori delivers a sublime photographic tract on architectural revisionism by charting the decades-long conservation project at Versailles."

Pyramids with photographs by Mike Slack.
"Los Angeles-based photographer Mike Slack's Pyramids commemorates an era that ended towards the close of 2008, when Polaroid stopped production of its self-developing film."

Parks and Trees with photographs by Eugene Atget and Lee Friedlander.
"Parallel to the current Lee Friedlander exhibition 'A Ramble in Olmsted Parks' at the Metropolitan Museum in New York, Galerie Thomas Zander is presenting 'Parks and Trees' - a selection of photographs by Eugène Atget and Lee Friedlander."

Trinity with photographs by Michael P. Berman. Words by Charles Bowden.
"The Southwestern desert-that tumultuous 'zone claimed by two nations, and controlled by no one'-is Charles Bowden's home and enduring passion."

The Calumet Region with photographs by Gary Cialdella.
"Cialdella's black and white photographs of the Calumet Region offer an unforgettable portrait of a place that impresses with its strength and that moves us with the poignancy of its struggle."

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All quotes from the publisher unless otherwise noted.
 In My Library
This week's In My Library selection is by Gallery Associate, Cliff Shapiro. Cliff selected Polaroids with photographs by Dash Snow.

"This first comprehensive survey of Dash Snow's Polaroid photography chronicles the artist's early marauding on Manhattan's Lower East Side and conveys Snow's love of the photograph as memento. The joy and abandon of hard partying are converted by his Polaroid camera into powerful images that embrace the transience of the euphoric moment." — the publisher

 In the News
© Tom Chambers
© Tom Chambers
Tom Chambers won 1st place for his image, The Goatherd, in the digital category of the 2009 Worldwide Photography Gala Awards. Chamber's image will be exhibited in the WPGA inaugural exhibition in Madrid.

Contact Anne Kelly, photo-eye Gallery Associate Director, for further information on Tom Chamber's work. Visit photo-eye online Galleries.
© Mitch Dobrowner
© Mitch Dobrowner


Mitch Dobrowner at the Lishui Photography Festival

photo-eye Photographer's Showcase artist Mitch Dobrowner has been invited by the International Photography Festival and Brooks Jensen of Lenswork to exhibit his work at the Lishui Photography Festival in Lishui, China, Nov 28 through Dec 2nd.

Also selected by some of the invited curators are photo-eye Photographer's Showcase Artists Ernie Button, Meg Birnbaum, Aline Smithson, Rita Maas, and Sarah Wilson.

Contact Anne Kelly, photo-eye Gallery Associate Director, for further information on photo-eye's Photographer's Showcase work. Visit photo-eye online Galleries.

Call for entries for the 2010 Center Awards and Review Santa Fe.

This year the 2010 Center Awards offers access to stellar jurors and valuable prizes including thousands in cash, exhibitions, publication, Santa Fe Workshops, and more.

Click here to learn more.


Santa Fe Photographic Workshops Winter/Spring Schedule

The Winter/Spring 2010 Santa Fe Photographic Workshops Schedule has been announced.

Santa Fe Photographic Workshops is an inspirational resource for all photographers, from enthusiasts to professionals. Offering over 150 educational programs a year, you'll learn from today's most influential instructors to inspire your creativity and expand your technical skills. Whether engaging your imagination in Santa Fe or exploring cultures in far off places, the Workshops supports all levels of participants in their passion for photography.

Click here for more details.
Call for entries for the position of Guest Curator for the next three editions of FotoGrafia - Rome's International Festival (2010-2012)

FotoGrafia is requesting proposals for curators for the 2010-2012 festival. The three areas which the curator can choose to submit a proposal are the relationships between Photography and Publishing; Photography and New Media; and Photography and Contemporary Art.

The deadline for submissions is December 15th, 2009.
Read the press release in English and Italian for more information.

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