E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  07.28.10 Vol 10.30
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 Limited Editions
William Clift: A Particular World William Clift: A Particular World
"This beautiful limited edition is illustrated throughout with digital inkjet prints from scans of the original color Polaroid Spectra film."—the publisher

Exquisitely printed and bound, A Particular World contains twenty-four pigment ink prints of William Clift photographs made between 1987-2007 and includes a mixture of portraits and still lifes. It is as richly subtle as those familiar with Clift's work would expect. The book, quarter-bound in leather and housed in a cloth-covered slipcased, is full of remarkable and quiet little masterworks, beautifully seen and detailed, rendered in the lovely Polaroid color palette. Highly recommended.

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 photo-eye Book Reviews
© from Grassland by Phil Underdown
© from Grassland by Phil Underdown
"Grassland consists of 22 full-page c-prints and one digital print tipped in on the inside cover, creating a suburb quality that is often lacking in POD titles. The book itself operates as a 4x6 object, giving the viewer a sense of intimate connection - a quality Underdown obviously possessed while taking these images. And while the print-on-demand topic is a subject worthy of a full discourse unto itself, in this context I'll go no further than to say that I do believe Underdown's body of work has been given the treatment it deserves in the quality and format of this little gem." —From Antone Dolezal's review of Grassland by Phil Underdown

Only 8 copies of this limited edition remaining. These copies will arrive in about 2-3 weeks.

© from Jackrabbit Homestead by Kim Stringfellow
© from Jackrabbit Homestead by Kim Stringfellow
"You've got to love the name: Wonder Valley. It's part of the Morongo Basin east of Twentynine Palms in Southern California, and despite the evocative moniker it is thousands of inhospitable desert acres owned by the federal government. The Small Tract Act of 1938 established a program to dispose of this useless public domain land by offering it at $5 to $20 an acre to anyone who, within a year, would "make improvements." These became the Jackrabbit Homesteads Kim Stringfellow examines in her new book. " —From Charles Dee Mitchell's review of Jackrabbit Homestead by Kim Stringfellow

© from Silence by Brad Rimmer
© from Silence by Brad Rimmer
"It sometimes seems miraculous that compelling photographs can be made anywhere on earth, even in the most unpromising environs. It may even seem so to the photographer making the photographs, that a place and its people may remain visually recalcitrant despite all one's skills and will. Just when you think the world's visual riches have all been tapped, and every strategy applied and reapplied to the most mundane and lifeless subjects, along comes this surprisingly gratifying collection of photographs of a remote town in Australia with an ungainly name-Wyalkatchem, or Wylie for short." —From George Slade's review of Silence by Brad Rimmer



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 photo-eye Featured Books
Laura Letinsky: After All Laura Letinsky: After All
"The setup is classic and familiar: a table draped with a white cloth, a dish of fruit, a sugar bowl. Yet instead of the meal awaiting an unseen viewer's consumption, as in a classic still life, Laura Letinsky photographs what remains on the table after the food has been eaten, leaving only crumbs, melon rinds, a cantaloupe pocked with rot and a half-finished lollipop."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# DQ582H Hardbound List Price: $50.00
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 Auctions
Prints by Clergue, Levitt & Lyon Prints by Clergue, Levitt & Lyon
As Parr and Badger wrote of the book Toros Muertos, Clergue's depiction of the professional bull ring makes it difficult to tell whether he is "pro or anti-bullfightling. That is the book's great strength. By applying immediacy and spontaneity to a specific event, [putting] us in the position of a participant rather than a spectator, giving us all the evidence we need to make up our minds."
Lucien Clergue: Pedrès at Nimes, 1955
Silver Gelatin print
14 /12 x 19 in.
Printed by Clergue in 1981
Ed. 2/20
Signed and titled on recto; signed, titled, and dated with notations in Clergue's hand on verso.
Bids shown below are current as of 3:16 pm MT, 07.29.2010
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
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Lee Friedlander (Rare Japanese Exhibition Catalogue)--SIGNED!   : Lee Friedlander (Rare Japanese Exhibition Catalogue)--SIGNED! $625 3
0h 43m
Anonymous: KZ: Bildberict aus funf Konzentrationslagern (Photo Report from Five Concentration Camps): Anonymous: KZ: Bildberict aus funf Konzentrationslagern (Photo Report from Five Concentration Camps) $535 6
1d 1h 43m
 Helen Levitt: New York, NY, 1971 (Three Roosters) -- cover image of Slide Show: Helen Levitt: New York, NY, 1971 (Three Roosters) -- cover image of Slide Show - 0
2d 0h 43m
Willy Ronis: Nu Provençal, Gordes , 1949: Willy Ronis: Nu Provençal, Gordes , 1949 - 0
2d 1h 43m
'Veruschka': Trans-figurations (INSCRIBED): 'Veruschka': Trans-figurations (INSCRIBED) $360 8
3d 0h 43m
Josef Koudelka: Reconaissance Wales $280 2
4d 1h 43m
Robert Doisneau: La Banlieu de Paris (1st edition!): Robert Doisneau: La Banlieu de Paris (1st edition!) $500 1
4d 2h 43m
William Eggleston: Elvis at Graceland: William Eggleston: Elvis at Graceland - 0
5d 0h 43m
Lucien Clergue:  Pedrès at Nimes, 1955 (print from Toros Muertos): Lucien Clergue: Pedrès at Nimes, 1955 (print from Toros Muertos) - 0
9d 0h 43m
Danny Lyon: The Walls, 1968 (print from Conversations with the Dead): Danny Lyon: The Walls, 1968 (print from Conversations with the Dead) - 0
15d 23h 43m


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 photo-eye First Wednesday Salon
© from left to right:  Nicholas Chiarella, Joan Gentry and Don Kirby
© from left to right:  Nicholas Chiarella, Joan Gentry and Don Kirby


First Wednesday Photography Salon Artists presenting: Nicholas Chiarella, Joan Gentry and Don Kirby

First Wednesday's August Salon will be held on August 4th, 2010 at the photo-eye Gallery. The opening reception will start at 6:30pm and the salon running from 6:45pm to 9pm. Photographers Nicholas Chiarella, Joan Gentry, and Don Kirby will be presenting work. Chiarella will present his multi-media and installation work. Gentry will feature new work from her series photoBlots and Don Kirby will be presenting photographs from his book Grasslands published by Nazraeli Press.


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 Signed Books
Joan Myers: Wondrous Cold Joan Myers: Wondrous Cold—Signed
"Award-winning photographer Joan Myers traversed the continent by plane, helicopter, and snowmobile to capture life at McMurdo and surrounding field stations, explorers' abandoned huts, the South Pole, and Mt. Erebus, an active volcano, among other landmarks. Her entrancing photographs juxtapose highly detailed panoramas of Antarctica's stark beauty with scenes of its wildlife, people, and historic sites."—the publisher READ MORE

Cat# SQ092H Hardbound List Price: $35.00
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Mark Power: The Sound of Two Songs Mark Power: The Sound of Two Songs—Signed
"The Sound of Two Songs by Mark Power is the result of the artist's love affair with Poland. Power became transfixed by Poland whilst making a one-month project in the country for a 2004 Magnum commission, but he believed his initial investigations only scraped the surface of a country approximately the same physical size as the other nine new EU members added together. Consequently, he made approximately twenty further visits over five years."—the publisher

Mark Power will be signing copies for photo-eye in 2-3 weeks.

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Cat# ZE208H Hardbound List Price: $55.00
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 Deep Discounts
Gentaro Ishizuka: Pipeline Alaska Gentaro Ishizuka: Pipeline Alaska
"Hugging the frozen ground for the length of some 1280 kilometres, the pipeline in Alaska transports one of the biggest crude oil deposits in North America, starting in Prudhoe Bay and ending in Valdez. Gentaro Ishizuka, photographed the pipeline for three years, the results of his project are presented here one large full page colour photograph to a page."—the publisher

photo-eye only has 3 copies left in stock. We do not anticipate getting any more in once these are gone. Order now as to assure your copy!

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Cat# ID879H Hardbound List Price: $49.00
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