E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  12.31.09 Vol 9.52
 photo-eye Gallery Santa Fe - New Work
© Julie Blackmon
© Julie Blackmon
New Photograph by Julie Blackmon.

Julie Blackmon
Portrait

Archival Pigment Print
22x29" Image
30x37" Mat
Edition of 25
$2600

Contact Anne Kelly, photo-eye Gallery Associate Director, for further information on Julie Blackmon's work. Visit photo-eye online Galleries.
 photo-eye First Wednesday Salon
© from left to right Molly Bradbury, Jennifer Schlesinger-Hanson, André Ruesch
© from left to right Molly Bradbury, Jennifer Schlesinger-Hanson, André Ruesch 


photo-eye First Wednesday Salon, January 6, 2010

Be sure to catch the next photo-eye First Wednesday Salon on January 6, 2010 with the opening reception starting at 6:30 pm and the salon running from 7pm to 9pm. In January, we are pleased to welcome photographers Molly Bradbury, André Ruesch, and Jennifer Schlesinger-Hanson. 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: Molly Bradbury, Jennifer Schlesinger-Hanson, André Ruesch.
 photo-eye Weekly Bestsellers
© Nick Brandt
© Nick Brandt
Bestselling Books at photo-eye for the week ending 2009.12.26

1. Nick Brandt: A Shadow Falls (17 weeks on bestseller list)
2. Mark Edward Harris: The Way of the Japanese Bath (1)
3. Peter van Agtmael: 2nd Tour Hope I Don't Die (out-of-print) (8)
4. Todd Hido: A Road Divided - SIGNED (8)
5. Mark Steinmetz: Greater Atlanta - SIGNED (2)
6. Ryan McGinley: Ryan McGinley (7)
7. Ryan McGinley: Moonmilk (6)
8. Keith Carter: Fireflies (4)
9. Mitch Epstein: American Power - SIGNED (3)
10. Johnny Miller and Baptiste Lignel: Coney Island - SIGNED (2)

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 photo-eye in Los Angeles
photo-eye will be at the 19th Annual International Los Angeles Photographic Art Exhibition!

Friday, January 15, 2010 - 11-7pm
Saturday, January 16, 2010 - 11-7pm
Sunday, January 17, 2010 - 11-7pm
Click here for more information.

Santa Monica Civic Center
1855 Main Street
Santa Monica, CA 90401
Get Directions to photoLA

We are excited to be exhibiting:
David Trautrimas
Nick Brandt
Tom Chambers
Hiroshi Watanabe
Julie Blackmon
Pentti Sammallahti
Maria Luisa Morando
 photo-eye Magazine Reviews
© Viviane Sassen
© Viviane Sassen

This week in photo-eye Magazine:

IN THE REVIEWS:
"Viviane Sassen's Flamboya brings together photographs from her recent visits to Africa. Though predominantly raised in the Netherlands, from the ages of two to five Sassen lived in a Kenyan village with her father, a doctor who worked at a neighboring polio clinic. The memories from the photographer's early childhood are, as Edo Dijksterhuis describes in the book's essay, "tinged with black.""—from Shane Lavalette's review of Viviane Sassen's Flamboya

IN THE REVIEWS:
"On the surface, the subjects of Hisashi Shimizu's book Portraits of Silence are soldiers who perished during the Iraq conflict, indirect portraits developed from the perspective of the soldier's parents. But Portraits of Silence is also about the desire to maintain the memory of a beloved, and the fight to keep a tangible presence of who they were while dealing with the grief of their loss."—from Douglas Stockdale's review of Hisashi Shimizu's Portraits of Silence



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 Signed Books
Michael Light: Bingham Mine/Garfield Stack Michael Light: Bingham Mine/Garfield Stack—Signed
"For the last several years, Light has been producing mammoth-scaled, very limited edition book-objects from his series of aerial photographs. These books have been widely exhibited to critical acclaim, and the series now extends to roughly eight such realizations, including books on Los Angeles (Day and Night), Phoenix, Sun City, Rancho San Pedro, and Mono Lake. This new publication is the first in a series from Radius Books that will translate Light's impressive and ambitious projects into the trade book format." —the publisher READ MORE

Cat# DQ292H Hardbound List Price: $55.00
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Bingham Mine/Garfield Stack
 Limited Editions
Mike Slack: OK OK OK + SCORPIO + PYRAMIDS Mike Slack: OK OK OK + SCORPIO + PYRAMIDS—Signed
"Signed copies of all 3 books in a special limited edition slipcase stamped in silver foil. Each set includes one original Polaroid, signed & numbered in a series of 27." — the publisher

View the PDF of the print choices. Please note that a print can sell out at any time so please email us as soon as you purchase a print to confirm availability. READ MORE

Cat# ZD922H Hardbound List Price: $450.00
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 photo-eye Gallery Staff Pick
© Cig Harvey
© Cig Harvey
This week's photo-eye Staff Pick was selected by Bookstore Associate Micaela Butts. Micaela has selected Cig Harvey's Eyes Like Dissapointed Lemons #9, from Eyes Like Disappointed Lemons.

Cig Harvey
Eyes Like Dissapointed Lemons #9, from Eyes Like Disappointed Lemons
Chromogenic Print
14x14" Image
24x20" Mat
6/25
$800

Contact Anne Kelly, photo-eye Gallery Associate Director, for further information on Cig Harvey's work. Visit photo-eye online Galleries.
 365 A Book A Day
Greater Atlanta by Mark Steinmetz.
"Mark Steinmetz completes his powerful and moving trilogy, "South", with Greater Atlanta. Photographing in Atlanta and its outlying regions, Steinmetz provides his testimony on contemporary American civilization."

Shooting Glastonbury by Venetia Dearden.
"Venetia Dearden has been documenting the people of Glastonbury Festival since 2004. Glastonbury Festival is the largest performing arts festival in the world situated in the Vale of Avalon, UK."

Finding Frida Kahlo by Barbara Levine with Stephen Jaycox.
"It seemed inconceivable that after decades of exhibitions, auctions, books, and movies, unpublished Frida Kahlo artwork could still be found anywhere, much less a shop in a converted textile factory."

The Map As Art by Katharine Harmon.
"Maps can be simple tools, comfortable in their familiar form. Or they can lead to different destinations: places turned upside down or inside out, territories riddled with marks understood only by their maker, realms connected more to the interior mind than to the exterior world."

Photowisdom by Lewis Blackwell.
"Through the extraordinary images and insights of the world's master photographers, Photowisdom explores the richness of contemporary photographic proactive."

Surfaces and Depths by Thomas Ruff.
"Surfaces and Depths is a representative selection of Thomas Ruff's works, over a period that already spans about 25 years, with projects ranging from portraits and interiors to telescope and space probe pictures and "nightsight" photography."

Shooting Off My Mouth Spitting Into the Mirror by Eugenia Parry.
"Shooting Off My Mouth Spitting Into the Mirror inaugurates a new direction in photography and photography writing, as author Eugenia Parry offers an interpretation of the work of Lisette Model (1901-1983) through a meta-fictional soliloquy by the artist."


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