E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  11.03.10 Vol 10.44
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 Limited Editions

Six by Six with photographs and prints by
Todd Hido, Raymond Meeks, Martin Parr, Mark Steinmetz, Anthony Hernandez and Toshio Shibata


Six limited edition books, each with a loose original signed print, housed in a custom slipcase.

Nazraeli Press is pleased to announce an important new series of limited edition photography books. "Six by Six" comprises 36 titles, published in six sets of six titles each, over a three year period. Each title in the series is limited to 100 hand-numbered copies, printed on our exclusive heavyweight Japanese paper and bound in Japanese cloth. Each book contains a separate exhibition-quality original print, numbered and signed by the artist, on 11 x 14 inch paper. The first set of six titles, listed below, will be available in November 2010.

The hardcover, oversized (12 x 15-inch) books and accompanying prints are contained in a custom-made slipcase. The second set of six titles will be published in Spring 2011, with the remaining four sets published at approximately 6-month intervals. The current price for the first set is $6,000 (six books/prints at $1,000 each), which will increase as the edition sells out. Subscribers to the first set will automatically receive subsequent sets for the same price that they paid for the first. The first set of six titles is comprised of the following: , 'East Baltimore'; Todd Hido, 'Motel Club'; Raymond Meeks, 'Amwell'; Martin Parr, 'Machu Picchu'; Toshio Shibata, 'Expressways 1986'; Mark Steinmetz, 'The Ancient Tigers of my Neighborhood'. Availability and price levels are strictly on a first come, first served basis.

The images shown in the BookTease begin with a grid of the limited edition prints followed by the cover for each book shown individually.

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 photo-eye Blog
from the book Quebec
from the book Quebec


Interviews: The Anonymous Photographer of Quebec

"Quebec is a beautiful, curious little book made by an anonymous photographer. The photographs in the 48-page book document the Canadian province, however the book isn't accompanied by any text to lend specificity to the locations of the photographs. Paging through the small book is an intimate experience, guided by the nameless photographer there is a personal nature to these solitary, snow-covered images. This poetic look at winter in Quebec is carefully handmade by the photographer."

Read our interview with the Anonymous Photographer of Quebec.

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from the book A Book of Birds
from the book A Book of Birds


Antone's Picks: Stephen Gill's A Book of Birds

"Like previous Super Labo titles, A Book of Birds is modest, only containing 15 photographs... 15 well edited and sequenced photographs. Some of the images are truly beautiful, a testament to however small and simple a project may be, it still has the potential to suck the viewer into a deep visual meditation. The simplicity of the content in this book works perfectly with the modest design aesthetic Super Labo has become known for. This book is a great achievement for this new up-and-coming publisher and has made me excited to see the projects they come up with in 2011." — Antone Dolezal

Read Antone Dolezal's full blog post here.

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 Auctions
Robert Frank: New York City (Outtake from The Americans, printed early 1970s) Robert Frank: New York City (Outtake from The Americans, printed early 1970s)
An iconic Frank image of New York street life, printed in the early 70s. It appears in both the Japanese and American editions of the seminal 1972 book Lines of My Hand as well as in the 2001 survey Hold Still-Keep Going.
Bids shown below are current as of 1:47 pm MT, 11.03.2010
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Henri Cartier-Bresson: Images à la Sauvette (The Decisive Moment): Henri Cartier-Bresson: Images à la Sauvette (The Decisive Moment) - 0
4d 3h 12m
Carl Sandburg/Edward Steichen: Steichen the Photographer (Signed Limited Edition): Carl Sandburg/Edward Steichen: Steichen the Photographer (Signed Limited Edition) - 0
4d 4h 12m
Jackie Nickerson: Farm: Jackie Nickerson: Farm - 0
5d 2h 12m
Sarah Moon: Unlikeness (SINGED): Sarah Moon: Unlikeness (SINGED) - 0
6d 4h 12m
Eikoh Hosoe: Human Body: Eikoh Hosoe: Human Body - 0
7d 3h 12m
Robert Frank: New York City (Outtake from The Americans, printed early 1970s): Robert Frank: New York City (Outtake from The Americans, printed early 1970s) - 0
9d 22h 12m

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 photo-eye Book Reviews
from the book War is Personal
from the book War is Personal


War is Personal by Eugene Richards

"Damn. Damn. Damn. War in general. This war. This mentality that proposes war as a solution to geo-political conflict.

There aren't many photobooks that leave me in tears. But this one did. From anger, hopelessness, rage, and despair. From my own sense of loss, from caring interrupted. From a desire that everyone who ever voted for combat, or who profited from it, have a copy of this book handcuffed to them as a reminder that big numbers are comprised of scores of individual lives; and from futility, that such a gesture would have come too late, that this powerfully moving book would encounter blind eyes and deaf ears." —From George Slade's review of War is Personal with photographs by Eugene Richards

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from the book Christian Boltankski
from the book Christian Boltankski
Christian Boltanski by Catherine Grenier and Daniel Mendelsohn

"Christian Boltanski takes a comprehensive look at the career of the prolific French artist from 1968 up until 2010. Generously illustrated in full colour, the publication delves into the many facets of Boltanski's practise, which include photography, sculpture, video, printed matter and archival assemblages. Boltanski is perhaps best known for his photo-based installations that invoke feelings of loss, fate, memory, guilt and death. Boltanski mines peripheral photographic sources such as family albums, school photos, detective magazines and obituary photographs and re-contextualises them. By re-photographing and enlarging these disposable or forgotten photographs they become iconic celebrations of memory, and like Warhol, the repetition of images gives the work momentum." —From John Mathews' review of Christian Boltanski with work by Christian Boltanski

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 photo-eye First Wednesday Salon
Images shown from left to right: Daniel W. Coburn, David Grant Noble and James Dietsch
Images shown from left to right: Daniel W. Coburn, David Grant Noble and James Dietsch


First Wednesday Photography Salon Artists presenting: Daniel W. Coburn, James Dietsch and David Grant Noble

November 3rd, 2010, 6:30 meet the artists, 6:45-9 salon
photo-eye Gallery, 376-A Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Contact: Tony Dolezal
505.988.5152
tony@photoeye.com


First Wednesday's November Salon will be held on November 3rd, 2010, with the opening reception starting at 6:30pm and the salon running from 6:45pm to 9pm. Daniel W. Coburn, James Dietsch and David Grant Noble will be presenting work that evening. Coburn will show his series from OBJECT: AFFECTION representing a photographic study on self-objectification, Dietsch will feature work from his keystone series, a PowerPoint lecture with numerous transitions and animations, and Noble will discuss the work from his new book In The Places of the Spirits.

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