E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  10.06.10 Vol 10.40
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 photo-eye Bookstore Exhibitions
© from right to left: Brandon Soder & Wendy Young
© from right to left: Brandon Soder & Wendy Young
Kids & Parks: Photographs by Wendy Young and Brandon Soder opening Friday, October, 8th, 2010.

Where: photo-eye Bookstore, 370 Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM
When: Opening Reception, Friday, October 8th, 2010 from 5-7pm
Contact: Tony Dolezal
Phone: 505.988.5152 x 114
Email: tony@photoeye.com

photo-eye Bookstore is pleased to host an exhibition and artists' reception for Kids & Parks: Photographs by Wendy Young and Brandon Soder on Friday, October 8th, 2010 from 5 to 7pm at the photo-eye Bookstore located at 370 Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM. The opening will show Young's environmental portraits of children from the South, as well as portraits from her series Pondering Jackson. Soder will be showing work from his series Playgrounds At Night. In this series, Soder explores, through long exposures, an absent landscape normally associated with the sounds and activity of children.


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 photo-eye Gallery Santa Fe - New Work
© David Tratrimus
© David Tratrimus
photo-eye is pleased to announce a new image by David Trautrimas from his ongoing series: Spyfrost


David Trautrimas
Whirl Surge Generator

Archival pigment print
14x17" Image
Unmatted
Edition of 16
$700

View more portfolios by David Trautrimas, here.

Contact Anne Kelly, photo-eye Gallery Associate Director, for further information on David Trautrimas' work. Visit photo-eye online Galleries.


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 Auctions
Stunning Prints from Jeanloup Sieff &      Helen Levitt Stunning Prints from Jeanloup Sieff & Helen Levitt
"Well-known for his love of the frivolous and superficial, Jeanloup Sieff's legacy places him in the top rank of fashion and art photographers. READ MORE

Also available, one of Helen Levitt's New York, NY, 1971 (Three Roosters), the cover image of Slide Show.
Bids shown below are current as of 7:17 pm MT, 10.06.2010
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: Election Eve     : William Eggleston: Election Eve - 0
22h 42m
Jeanloup Sieff: Kenya, 1961: Jeanloup Sieff: Kenya, 1961 - 0
2d 20h 42m
Jeanloup Sieff: Cyne Suisse, Vevey (Swan), 1974: Jeanloup Sieff: Cyne Suisse, Vevey (Swan), 1974 - 0
2d 21h 42m
Jeanloup Sieff: Judy, New York, 1965 : Jeanloup Sieff: Judy, New York, 1965 - 0
3d 20h 42m
Jeanloup Sieff: Kitsch Nude (Girl with Paintings), 1956: Jeanloup Sieff: Kitsch Nude (Girl with Paintings), 1956 - 0
3d 22h 42m
   Vik Muniz: Seeing Is Believing (SIGNED)      : Vik Muniz: Seeing Is Believing (SIGNED) - 0
3d 23h 42m
Hiroshi Hamaya: Ura Nihon (One-of-a-Kind, Inscribed Association Copy!!)    : Hiroshi Hamaya: Ura Nihon (One-of-a-Kind, Inscribed Association Copy!!) - 0
4d 21h 42m
 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
4d 22h 42m

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 photo-eye Book Reviews
from the book Hijacked 2
from the book Hijacked 2


"At first glance, there are few similarities between German and Australian photography. German photographers study at prestigious colleges and produce work that owes allegiance to the organisation and clinical finishing of the Bechers and their disciples. Australian photographers follow a more organic path in their work, bringing together a range of influences that include film, folklore and the mythology of the Australian landscape. " —From Colin Pantall's review of Hijacked 2 edited by Mark McPherson, Ute Noll and Markus Schaden

For purchasing information, click here.
from the book Hijacked: Volume 1
from the book Hijacked: Volume 1


"If 'quick and dirty' photographs wrapped up in the 'weird naughtiness of a generation' sound appealing, then Hijacked Volume One is a book for you.

Combining the zine ethic and media-savvy dynamism of FIGJAM street culture with the networking energy of its Perth-based creator Mark McPherson, Hijacked 1 is a compelling trawl through contemporary US and Australian photographic practice. " —From Colin Pantall's review of Hijacked: Volume 1 edited by Mark McPherson and Max Pam

For purchasing information, click here.


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 photo-eye Blog
from the book The State of Ata
from the book The State of Ata
Interviews: Mike Mandel & Chantal Zakari

The State of Ata is a fascinating new self-published book from Mike Mandel and Chantal Zakari exploring modern Turkey by following the pervasive imagery of the revolutionary leader Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. In this 250+ page book, Mandel and Zakari weave interviews, found images, documentary-style photographs, comics, and more to tell a complicated story about a diverse country still in transition. In preparation for the lecture and book signing for The State of Ata on October 5th at photo-eye Gallery, we were able to get in a few questions with the authors.

Read the full interview with Mike Mandel & Chantal Zakari on the photo-eye Blog.
View more at photo-eye Blog

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 In the News
REVIEW LA 2011

Review LA is held in conjunction with Photo LA, the 20th Annual Photographic Exposition. Review LA participants receive half off admission to the Expo which takes place across the street from the portfolio reviews, January 13-15, 2011.

REVIEWERS include: Kathleen Clark, Clark | Oshin Gallery; Virginia Heckert, J. Paul Getty Museum; Rebecca Horne, Discover Magazine; Patricia Lanza, The Annenberg Space for Photography; Rebecca Morse, Museum of Contemporary Art; Judith Tatar, Tatar Gallery and many more.

For a complete list of confirmed reviewers, event schedule, and to register please click here.
A Word from Santa Fe Photographic Workshops:

Close Ups, Alternatives, and Blurbs The Workshops Fall program is as rich with inspiration as the mountains are with golden hues. Craft intimate interpretations of form in Francesca Yorke's The World Up Close macro photography intensive. Discover the possibilities of non-silver processes with Cotton Miller and Rick Allred's Ziatype and Cyanotype workshop. Delve into the exciting world of custom printed books with Susan Hayre Thelwell's Blurb Intensive.

Fall 2010 workshops continue through early December, and the Workshops can also arrange one-on-one sessions. View workshop details on the website or call (505) 983-1400 x11.

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 photo-eye Booksigning
© John Cohen
© John Cohen
photo-eye Booksigning for John Cohen's Past Present Peru

photo-eye is pleased to host a booksigning for John Cohen for his newest book Past Present Peru on Friday, October 15th, 2010 from 5:00 to 7:00pm in photo-eye Bookstore, 370 Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM.

"Past Present Peru combines photographs, textiles, music and film in an ambitious book object. The photographs are for Cohen a "fragmented collection of visual insights, a record of deepening awareness" that depicts the diversity of Peruvian life including religious festivals, potato farming, and the recent introduction of hydroelectricity. The textiles, reproduced in luscious colour, embody pre-Columbian craft traditions more than 5,000 years old.

John Cohen is a photographer, musician and filmmaker who has cultivated a fifty-year long fascination with the people, cultures and landscape of Peru. Cohen took his first photographs in Peru in 1956 and has returned many times since to continue documenting, adding musical and film recordings to his still images. Cohen's photographs, stored for years in boxes in a barn near his home, and the music, today archived at the Smithsonian Institute, have not been published in their entirety until now." — the publisher

The book includes two clothbound hardcover books, one album with 3 music CDs and another album with 5 film DVDs housed in a slipcase.

For more information contact Melanie McWhorter at 505.988.5152 x 112 or email melanie@photoeye.com. To reserve a signed copy of Past Present Peru click here.

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