E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  08.04.10 Vol 10.31
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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 with 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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 photo-eye�Photographer's�Showcase
� Eva Timothy
� Eva Timothy
Eva Timothy's portfolio Lost in Learning: The Art of Discovery

"Introducing new angles to iconic images from centuries ago, history comes unfrozen for a moment to make its mark on the present. Taken through the historical lenses which inspired innovation and enshrouded in photographic sfumato, these images entice us to look deeper into the passions that inspired the great figures of an age on their journeys. Perhaps looking deeper we will discover for ourselves the souls of these great ones and in their lives find a reflection of ourselves. Learners...not simply of fiscal necessity...but willful wanderers into the great unknown."— Eva Timothy

Eva Timothy
Visceral Visions, 2010

Metallic Chromogenic Print
12x18" Image
18x24" Mat
2/25
$800

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Contact Anne Kelly, photo-eye Gallery Associate Director, for further information. Visit photo-eye online Galleries. Photographers: Apply to the Photographer's Showcase�


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 photo-eye�Book�Reviews
from the book Coney Island
from the book Coney Island


"No photographer in their right mind had ever meticulously brought back home a sample of stinky Coney Island trash," write Sophie and Bruce Gilden in their slim wax paper catalogue (written in French and English) for Baptiste Lignel and Johnny Miller's evocative Coney Island. Coney Island, which won a prize at this spring's New York Photo Festival, is like the real Coney Island - vivacious, brazen and decidedly unsanitized (and maybe even unsanitary!)." —From Joscelyn Jurich's review of Coney Island with photographs by Johnny Miller and Baptiste Lignel

from the book American Photography 25
from the book American Photography 25
"America Photography 25 (not to be confused with the monthly magazine of the same name) is the 25th silver anniversary edition of one of the most interesting annuals ever published. AP25 is very serious, elaborately produced, full of professional photography — much already published in leading media outlets — and selected by an all star print media/art jury lead by Kathy Ryan of the New York Times. It is almost all color and all sharp, and almost all commercial photography. It also includes photojournalism, self generated personal projects, still life, illustration, editorial and advertising, and a pinch of scientific photography that adds to the stew." —From Alex Sweetman's review of American 25 photographs selected by Kathy Ryan

from the book Case Study Homes
from the book Case Study Homes
"The community of Baseco, located at the mouth of the Pasig River near the harbor of Manila, Philippines, is a haven for those coming to the metropolis from the countryside. New residents construct houses for themselves out of the city's refuse, erecting huts that act as life rafts on the sandy shores until their builders can establish themselves on firmer ground." —From Mary Goodwin's review of Case Study Homes with photographs by Peter Bialobrzeski

from the book 509
from the book 509
"Confronted with an essentially text-free book, I scour it for any clue to what I am dealing with. On the colophon page of Pamela Pecchio's 509, we learn that the photographs were taken in 2005 in Burlington, North Carolina. The book's title remains unexplained, and Pecchio's two epigraphs come from two radically different ends of the literary spectrum. First there is a fairly lengthy quote from Gaston Bachelard's The Poetics of Space, providing the project its intellectual bona fides. The next is pure hoakum courtesy of the poet Edgar A. Guest, "It takes a heap o' livin in a house t' make a home.""—From Charles Dee Mitchell's review of 509 with photographs by Pamela Pecchio



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 Auctions
Walker Evans: Havana 1933 (with 3 Prints!!) Walker Evans: Havana 1933 (with 3 Prints!!)
A wonderful trio of later prints from Evans' 1933 trip to Cuba that includes one of his most famous images, "Man in White Suit" (shown at left). Evans' traveled to Cuba just a few years before he was hired by Roy Stryker for the Farm Security Administration. He was on assignment to produce pictures for Carleton Beals' leftist polemic, The Crime of Cuba ("Streetcar, El Cerro District" appears there).
Trying to get at the incredibly complex ways that Evans' Cuba pictures mingle art and social fact, the poet Andrei Codrescu has written, "He tried to photograph misery, but shapeliness got in the way".—READ MORE
Fine prints also available from Willy Ronis; Helen Levitt; Danny Lyon, and others.
Bids shown below are current as of 7:28 am MT, 08.04.2010
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Herb Ritts: Notorious (Inscribed!): Herb Ritts: Notorious (Inscribed!) $200 1
1d 10h 31m
Sarah Moon: Unlikeness (SIGNED): Sarah Moon: Unlikeness (SIGNED) - 0
2d 8h 31m
Dennis Hopper: Out of the Sixties (INSCRIBED): Dennis Hopper: Out of the Sixties (INSCRIBED) - 0
3d 8h 31m
Lewis Baltz: Candlestick Point (Signed, limited edition) + 1 other: Lewis Baltz: Candlestick Point (Signed, limited edition) + 1 other - 0
3d 9h 31m
Walker Evans: Havana 1933 (with 3 Prints!!): Walker Evans: Havana 1933 (with 3 Prints!!) $2,900 2
4d 8h 31m
Larry Fink: Social Graces: Larry Fink: Social Graces - 0
6d 8h 31m
     Nan Goldin/David Armstrong: A Double Life (SIGNED by Both)    : Nan Goldin/David Armstrong: A Double Life (SIGNED by Both) - 0
6d 8h 31m
Robert Heinecken: Photographist (SIGNED): Robert Heinecken: Photographist (SIGNED) - 0
7d 9h 31m


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 Signed�Books
David H. Gibson: Along Cypress Creek David H. Gibson: Along Cypress Creek—Signed
"An accordion book of 34 pages with two end sheets glued to inside the covers. Two elastic bands to hold the book together in a closed position. 95# Topkote Dull cover stock with end covers fabricated with 100 PT. Chipboard. 4 color plus dry pass of Spot Dull Varnish over black. Two areas de-bossed on chipboard covers for tip ons." — the publisher

First edition of 1,000 copies.

photo-eye has one copy of Along Cypress Creek left in stock. We will be filling all back orders in 1-2 weeks. READ MORE

Cat# ZD639H Hardbound List Price: $75.00
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Along Cypress Creek
Erik van der  Weijde: Superquadra Erik van der Weijde: Superquadra—Signed
"Brasilia is best known for the grandeur of its Monumental Axis. It connects two wings with the so-called Residential Axis. This is a twelve kilometer expressway lined with large residential blocks, which are named Superquadras. All Superquadras have a distinct configuration, with an average of eleven residential buildings raised on pilotis, large greenbelts and regular rows of trees alongside the entire periphery of the Superquadras." —the publisher

View all of Erik van der Weijde's titles here. READ MORE

Cat# IB118H Hardbound List Price: $37.50
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Superquadra

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 photo-eye�Blog
Publisher's Showcase: Little Brown Mushroom

"Last week when I announced the Publisher's Showcase for Seems, I had hoped to announce that we had added Little Brown Mushroom to the list as well. I like to include the mission statement and as LBM's did not appear on their blog or website, I emailed requesting this info from Charlie or Carrie at the office of the imprint. They deferred this request to founder and photographer, Alec Soth. Soth, in his candid and humorous style, emailed me this in response..." — from Melanie McWhorter's post on photo-eye Blog

Read the rest of Melanie's entry here.
David Trautrimas at the MOCCA in Toronto
David Trautrimas at the MOCCA in Toronto
photo-eye Gallery Artist: David Trautrimas @ MOCCA

Photographs from photo-eye Gallery artist David Trautrimas's Spyfrost project are included in the current exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art in Toronto. The exhibition, "Empire of Dreams: Phenomenology of the build environment" curated by David Liss runs through August 15th. View additional portfolio's of David Trautrimas' work here.

Read the whole article on photo-eye Blog.

Contact Anne Kelly, photo-eye Associate Gallery Director, for more price information about David Trautrimas's work.
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