E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  05.11.10 Vol 10.19
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© Justine Reyes
© Justine Reyes
Justine Reyes' portfolio Vanitas

"Taking inspiration from Dutch Vanitas paintings, these photographs incorporate personal artifacts within the traditional construct of still life. Pairing objects that belonged to my grandmother with my own possessions speaks to the concept of memory, familial legacy and the passage of time. The incorporation of modern elements such as the Saran wrap, plastic, sugar packages etc, as well as the use of photography itself add an additional layer of nostalgia and irony when viewed within the historical framework of Vanitas painting."— Justine Reyes

Justine Reyes
Still Life with Agelgel and Lemons

Chromogenic Print
16x20" Image
Unmatted
1 / 10
$950

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 Auctions
Harry Callahan: Photographs (El Mochuelo Gallery Monograph) Harry Callahan: Photographs (El Mochuelo Gallery Monograph)
Published by El Mochuelo Gallery, Santa Barbara, California, this definitive Callahan volume was produced at a time when large publishers were not supporting such deluxe photobook projects. Emphasis is on his minimalist nature studies, elegantly modernist images of his wife Eleanor, cityscapes, and multiple image experiments. The plates were printed by the renowned Meriden Gravure Company.

Also on the block Michael Kenna's sumptuous Mont-Saint-Michel from 21st Editions, an edition of just 60 copies, featuring lush platinum prints.
Bids shown below are current as of 5:02 pm MT, 05.11.2010
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
 William Eggleston (The Hasselblad Award 1998)--SIGNED     : William Eggleston (The Hasselblad Award 1998)--SIGNED $150 1
1h 57m
Tom Wood: People (SIGNED): Tom Wood: People (SIGNED) $180 2
23h 57m
   Garry Winogrand: The Animals (SIGNED): Garry Winogrand: The Animals (SIGNED) - 0
3d 23h 57m
  Harry Callahan: Photographs (El Mochuelo Gallery Monograph): Harry Callahan: Photographs (El Mochuelo Gallery Monograph) - 0
4d 22h 57m
Michael Kenna: Mont-Saint-Michel (Platnium Prints!): Michael Kenna: Mont-Saint-Michel (Platnium Prints!) - 0
5d 0h 57m
Mario Carrieri: Milano, Italia: Mario Carrieri: Milano, Italia - 0
5d 0h 57m
Leigh Bowery (1st Ed., Major Monograph): Leigh Bowery (1st Ed., Major Monograph) - 0
6d 22h 57m
Larry Fink: Social Graces (1st, Ltd. edition with print): Larry Fink: Social Graces (1st, Ltd. edition with print) - 0
8d 23h 57m
Cindy Sherman: The Complete Untitled Film Stills (SIGNED!): Cindy Sherman: The Complete Untitled Film Stills (SIGNED!) - 0
8d 23h 57m
William Eggleston's Guide (1st Edition--SIGNED!): William Eggleston's Guide (1st Edition--SIGNED!) - 0
9d 22h 57m


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 Out-of-Print
Moi Ver: Moi Ver: Paris Moi Ver: Paris
"The book that introduced Moi Ver to the world is exhilaratingly eccentric, definitely avant-garde.... Moi Ver's Paris is a city in motion, hurtling almost out of control. Cobblestone streets, bustling crowds, facades, railway tracks, bridges. the glittering river, and countless monuments shift and shatter here.... Moi Ver's version of Paris was eclipsed two years later by the publication of Brassai's more conventionally seductive Paris de Nuit, but no one has yet matched Moi Ver's vision of the brutal, chaotic, irresistible modern city." -Vince Aletti, from the Book of 101 Books

We only have 3 copies left and do not anticipate obtaining any more once these sell out, copies of this title are selling close to $600 elsewhere. READ MORE

Cat# PK814H Hardbound List Price: $400.00
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Moi Ver: Paris
 Signed Books
Toshio Shibata: Landscape 2 Toshio Shibata: Landscape 2—Signed
"Twelve years ago, Nazraeli Press published Toshio Shibata's Landscape, the artist's first Western monograph and one which sold out upon publication. In the interim, Shibata has moved to large-format color photography, maintaining as his subject the spectacular, anti-erosion engineering structures so prevalent in the mountainous inland regions of Japan and parts of the United States."—the publisher

Like its predecessor, Landscape 2 is printed in a first edition of 1,000 hand-numbered copies.

We only have 6 signed copies left and will not be able to obtain any more once these sell out.
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Cat# TR297H Hardbound List Price: $80.00
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Mike Slack: Pyramids Mike Slack: Pyramids—Signed
"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. Slack's work celebrates the beauty and mystery of this beloved medium, with a volume that continues the striking aesthetic of his previous titles, OK OK OK (2002) and Scorpio (2006), rounding out a trilogy of stand-alone volumes that together form a series of 123 pictures."—the publisher

View all of Mike Slack's titles here.

View Mike Slack's Special Collector's Edition or the PDF with print choices. READ MORE

Cat# DQ335H Hardbound List Price: $30.00
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Pyramids
 photo-eye Magazine Reviews
© Henry Horenstein
© Henry Horenstein
IN THE REVIEWS:

"Show documents the flamboyant performers of the neo-burlesque movement in a variety of US cities between 2001 and 2009. The term neo-burlesque is a press tag used to describe a new type of transgressive burlesque that has emerged over the last ten years, which combines old time vaudeville or sideshow entertainment with the ethos of post feminism and gender bending."— from John Mathews's review of Show with photographs by Henry Horenstein

© RJ Shaughnessy
© RJ Shaughnessy

"When I first flipped through the pages of RJ Shaughnessy's book Deathcamp, I felt an immediate familiarity with the images that I couldn't quite put my finger on. Was it the nature of the images themselves? Photographs of relatively self-destructive behavior have been popular for the last few decades, so what ultimately separates these images from those of Jonnie Craig, Larry Clark, or Dash Snow? Or could it be that these photographs felt eerily parallel to my own experience of attending art school? (Certainly the cause of my initial pretentiousness.)"— from Antone Dolezal's review of Deathcamp with photographs by RJ Shaughnessy

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