E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  09.22.10 Vol 10.38
 Alec�Soth�&�John�Gossage�Limited�Edition:�The�Auckland�Project

"In the Spring of 2009, John Gossage and Alec Soth traveled together to New Zealand to work on a joint photography project. For both, it was a trip of departures. Gossage has been creating photographic literature in black-and-white for over 40 years, and this trip yielded one of the first bodies of work he had ever produced in color. Soth's work with the 8�10 view camera has inspired an entire generation of his contemporaries, and leaving it behind was key to approaching the world from a fresh visual perspective. The results represent a major shift of vision for these two vastly important American photographers.



Auckland Project
Limited Edition print by Alec Soth


This publication represents the culmination of that trip. Both the concept and the content of the book have been driven by the uniqueness of the collaboration and the primacy of the photobook to the artistic practice of both Soth and Gossage. Essentially two books in one, The Auckland Project showcases a playful attention to materials and presentation by presenting the two photographers' work separately but creatively combined through the device of the book and its housing." —the publisher


Auckland Project
Limited Edition print by John Gossage



About the Limited Edition:
Limited edition of 40. A signed copy of the book, and two signed 11 x 14 inch pigment prints, one by each artist (both images shown above).

We are also pleased to offer signed copies of the regular two-volume edition.

Both the slipcased book and the limited edition with two prints will be shipping in early December.

Signed Hardbound: $60.00
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Limited Edition $1,400.00
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 Auctions
Ed Van Der Elsken: L'Amour � Saint Germain des pr�s: photo exhibition (SIGNED) Ed Van Der Elsken: L'Amour � Saint Germain des pr�s: photo exhibition (SIGNED)
Published on the occasion of a 1986 exhibition in Tokyo. Not to be confused with Van Der Elsken's classic 1955 book by the same title, this catalogue features work from the 1950s through the 1980s. Van Der Elsken traveled frequently to Japan. His influence on Japanese photo culture cannot be overstated. An exceptionally rare signature!!
Bids shown below are current as of 5:24 pm MT, 09.22.2010
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Ed Van Der Elsken: L'Amour � Saint Germain des pr�s: photo exhibition  (SIGNED): Ed Van Der Elsken: L'Amour � Saint Germain des pr�s: photo exhibition (SIGNED) $275 1
0h 5m
(Various): First, Throw Out Verisimilitude (Provoke nos. 4 & 5): (Various): First, Throw Out Verisimilitude (Provoke nos. 4 & 5) $700 1
22h 35m
Kazuo Kenmochi: Narcotic Photographic Document: Kazuo Kenmochi: Narcotic Photographic Document - 0
23h 35m
Takuma Nakahira: For a Language to Come : Takuma Nakahira: For a Language to Come - 0
1d 21h 35m
William Claxton: Jazz (SIGNED, Slipcased Limited Edition) : William Claxton: Jazz (SIGNED, Slipcased Limited Edition) - 0
4d 22h 35m
Sumiharu Watanabe: Face of Washington Square (INSCRIBED): Sumiharu Watanabe: Face of Washington Square (INSCRIBED) - 0
5d 22h 35m
 photo-eye�Lecture�&�Booksigning
Lecture & Booksigning:
Mike Mandel & Chantal Zakari's The State of Ata


photo-eye is pleased to host a lecture and booksigning for Mike Mandel and Chantal Zakari and their book The State of Ata: The Contested Imagery of Power in Turkey on October 5th, 2010 from 5:30 to 7:30pm at photo-eye Gallery, 376-A Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM. Mandel and Zakari will begin signing books at 5:30 with the lecture starting at 6:15.

In The State of Ata artists Mike Mandel and Chantal Zakari examine the contemporary imagery of Mustafa Kemal Atat�rk, Turkey's revolutionary leader after World War I. From 1923 until his death in 1938, by the sheer force of his personality and his command of the military, he fashioned Turkish culture through the prism of his vision for a secular state.

For more information and to reserve a signed copy of The State of Ata click here.

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