E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  08.10.11 Vol 11.32
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 photo-eye Editions Announcement
©Tom Chambers' Dreaming in Reverse / Soñando Hacia Atrás
©Tom Chambers' Dreaming in Reverse / Soñando Hacia Atrás
photo-eye Editions: Tom Chambers

photo-eye Gallery is pleased to announce the fourth publication of photo-eye editions. This limited edition portfolio features the work of gallery artist Tom Chambers and his newest body of work Dreaming in Reverse / Soñando Hacia Atrás.

The portfolio includes twelve pigment ink prints housed in an archival anodized aluminum box and is published in a limited edition of thirty with two artist's and two printer's proofs. The prints are produced with archival pigment inks printed on Hahnemühle PhotoRag Baryta. The portfolio is currently available at the starting price of $1,100. View the portfolio here.

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

Also on the photo-eye Blog, press and photographs from the opening of Tom Chambers' exhibition at photo-eye Gallery. View the blog post here.

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 Publisher Direct
Announcing photo-eye's Publisher Direct

With the exciting explosion in the number of independently published and small press photography books, Publisher Direct enables photo-eye to continue its legacy as a resource for promoting books of importance to our eclectic and sophisticated audience.

Publisher Direct is a curated, invitation only service that provides photographers and independent book publishers with an avenue for promoting their titles on photo-eye's popular website, allowing their publications to be viewed by a large audience of photobook enthusiasts. Purchases and fulfillment are through the publisher themselves instead of photo-eye. For more information on Publisher Direct click here.

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Paolo Roversi: Studio (Limited Edition) Paolo Roversi: Studio (Limited Edition)
"Studio has been a milestone in [Roversi's] burgeoning bibliography. Designed as a series of 60 gate-folds, at first glance the book appears to be a collection of empty pages. The experience of looking is akin to that of peeling away the leaf from a Polaroid — out of the blackness an image is revealed as if by magic. In images that represent two decades of work, the collection offers a self-portrait of the artist and a window into the place where he creates his art. These photographs are a mix of both the published and the highly personal, but all have the intimacy engendered by that place where Roversi fells most at home."—the publisher
Bids shown below are current as of 11:00 am MT, 08.16.2011
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Doug and Mike Starn: Alleverythingthatisyou    : Doug and Mike Starn: Alleverythingthatisyou $280 1
Auction Ended
Herbie Yamaguchi: London After the Dream (SIGNED, with Print)     : Herbie Yamaguchi: London After the Dream (SIGNED, with Print) - 0
Auction Ended
Paul Nash: Fertile Image (Inscribed in Year of Publication): Paul Nash: Fertile Image (Inscribed in Year of Publication) - 0
Auction Ended
Ed Van Der Elsken: Jazz (1st edition!): Ed Van Der Elsken: Jazz (1st edition!) $500 1
Auction Ended
Yasuhiro Ishimoto: Toki (Moment)--Signed: Yasuhiro Ishimoto: Toki (Moment)--Signed $160 1
Auction Ended
Paolo Roversi: Studio (Limited Edition): Paolo Roversi: Studio (Limited Edition) - 0
Auction Ended
 Portrait of Robert Frank by Brian Graham : Portrait of Robert Frank by Brian Graham $850 1
Auction Ended

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 Deep Discounts

This week's selection of Deep Discount books includes five superb titles. Each selected title is 30% or more off the original price. A limited number of each book is still available, and once we sell out of them we will not be getting any more in stock. Each week will include a new selection of discounted titles.

Note that the number of books in stock reported below was accurate at the time of publication of this newsletter. The discounted books this week include:

Reflections by Connie Imboden. - Hardbound [Sale!] $60.00 photo-eye Price: $36.00 Save 40%
Only 1 in stock.

Re-Enactors by Jim Naughten - Hardbound [Sale!] $40.00 photo-eye Price: $23.95 Save 40%
Only 1 in stock.

The Marjorie and Leonard Vernon Collection introduction by Michael Govan - Hardbound [Sale!] $35.00 photo-eye Price: $17.95 Save 49%
Only 3 in stock

Fruit of the Orchard by Tammy Cromer-Campbell - Hardbound [Sale!] $29.95 photo-eye Price: $20.95 Save 30%
Only 3 in stock

Riverwalk by William Wylie - Hardbound [Sale!] $49.95 photo-eye Price: $9.95 Save 80%
24 in stock

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 photo-eye Book Reviews
from the book The Idea of North
from the book The Idea of North

The Idea of North by Birthe Piontek

"Birthe Piontek uses the inhabitants of Dawson City, Yukon Territory to set the stage for her book The Idea of North. The title describes the work clearly. Few clues are given as to who is in the pictures. A series of images take us through her idea of the north. The book is a result of her participation in Photolucida's Critical Mass review." — from the review by Tom Leininger of The Idea of North

Purchase a copy of the book here.

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 photo-eye Blog
from the book A Tree of Night
from the book A Tree of Night
A Closer Look — A Tree of Night

"A Tree of Night by Japanese photographer Tomoki Imai is a beautiful slim paperback volume of understated color images. The book is an experiment by the photographer, an endeavor to see if a photographer could sympathize with a blind person. Using a visual art form to attempt to compassionately comprehend the world of a person without vision is a tricky task, but Imai has navigated it in a fascinating way." — Sarah Bradley

Read Sarah Bradley's full post on photo-eye Blog here.

Purchase a copy of this title here.

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 Limited Editions
Mitch Dobrowner: Mitch Dobrowner Mitch Dobrowner
"21ST Editions is honored to announce Mitch Dobrowner, the second book in 21ST Editions' new Prism Series. Limited to 280 copies, each book is wrapped in a Twinrocker handmade paper and accompanied by your choice (as available) of one of four signed 16x20 silver-gelatin contact prints. The four prints are limited to editions of 70 with only 50 of each for sale."

From Dafydd Wood's essay on Mitch Dobrowner:

"Mitch Dobrowner's magnificent landscapes distance themselves from all other landscapes in photography and painting....What we find here is, first, an absolute, pantheistic celebration of the beauty of nature itself. Second and equally as important is the exaltation of the artist's eye, which creates beauty from the natural world and does not simply select it or frame it — creates it in the same way that the various geological forces like erosion crafted these idle works of such rough beauty....Dobrowner articulates the sublime in work created in awe to the vast expanses of space and time."

View print choice Road
View print choice South Tufa
View print choice Moonrise
View print choice Vapor Cloud

Cat# ZE636H Hardbound List Price: $750.00
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Mitch Dobrowner

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 Book of the Week
Alejandro Chaskielberg: La Creciente Alejandro Chaskielberg: La Creciente
"My appetite to see and discover new work is insatiable, so when Marcelo Brodsky suggested that I meet some young Argentine photographers while I was considering who to show at the Brighton Photo Biennial for 2010, I jumped at this opportunity. By the time I had seen the third image in Chaskielberg's folio I was convinced this was a major new photographer." —from the introduction by Martin Parr READ MORE

Cat# TR361H Hardbound List Price: $60.00
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La Creciente

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 Center's Portfolio Bootcamp

Portfolio Bootcamp registration is now open and we invite you to consider this unique conference to be among your educational and networking experiences this year.

This retreat-style weekend workshop in Santa Fe on Sept 23-24, 2011 is aimed to help all serious photographers who want to maximize their impact for award submissions, portfolio reviews, and more. This is designed to help your work be the best it can be with the help of professionals working in the field — including editors, curators, and publishing experts. You will get one-on-one time with at least 2 of the instructors as well as intimate classroom time.

For more information click here.

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