E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  08.24.11 Vol 11.34
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Bruce Weber, et. al.: Joe's (First & Second Issues!) Bruce Weber, et. al.: Joe's (First & Second Issues!)
Excerpted from Armand Limnander—"No Ordinary Joe", NY Times, August 26, 2007
"Flick through any fashion publication from the mid-1990s, and it's likely to feel about as relevant as an episode of "Sex and the City." But anyone lucky enough to get their hands on an issue of Joe's magazine will have a hard time figuring out when it was published...."—READ MORE
Bids shown below are current as of 3:23 pm MT, 08.24.2011
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Thomas Struth: Unconscious Places (Unbewußte Orte)--Scarce Early Catalogue!   : Thomas Struth: Unconscious Places (Unbewußte Orte)--Scarce Early Catalogue! - 0
0h 6m
Bruce Weber, et. al.: Joe's (First & Second Issues!)  : Bruce Weber, et. al.: Joe's (First & Second Issues!) - 0
4d 3h 36m
Leigh Bowery (1st Ed., Major Monograph) : Leigh Bowery (1st Ed., Major Monograph) - 0
5d 1h 36m
Andrew Roth (ed.): The Open Book +  From Fair to Fine (SIGNED by eds.--Gossage, Daiter, Mott,): Andrew Roth (ed.): The Open Book + From Fair to Fine (SIGNED by eds.--Gossage, Daiter, Mott,) $230 3
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      Del Valle/Gómez: Four Sections of Time (One Picture Book No. 22)--COMPLETE SET with 4 Variant : Del Valle/Gómez: Four Sections of Time (One Picture Book No. 22)--COMPLETE SET with 4 Variant - 0
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 photo-eye Book Reviews
from the book Seacoal
from the book Seacoal

Seacoal by Chris Killip

"It's not just the pictures in Chris Killip's Seacoal that are poignant. The backstory in how he came to make the book is fantastic too; a case study in documentary photography chickens coming home to roost in a good way, an example of good documentary practice generating its own karma. The year was 1976 and Killip was down on the beach at Lynemouth in the northeast of England, the kind of place where the wind whips in direct from Siberia and grim doesn't even begin to describe the Get Carter landscape." — from the review of Seacoal by Colin Pantall

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from the book 5683 Miles Away
from the book 5683 Miles Away

5683 Miles Away by Yael Ben-Zion

"How far away do you have to get to see a thing whole? Depends on how big it is.

The thing, the phenomenon, the state named Israel is big. Very big. When you are as close to it as Yael Ben-Zion has been, you need to get quite a ways away to see it, objectively if not in its entirety. " — from the review of 5683 Miles Away by George Slade

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 Jamey Stillings' Bridge at Hoover Dam Exhibition
Jamey Stillings Exhibition at the Phoenix Art Museum
Jamey Stillings Exhibition at the Phoenix Art Museum

Jamey Stillings, exhibitition — The Bridge At Hoover Dam is on display at the Phoenix Art Museum's Lewis Gallery from August 13, 2011 - December 4, 2011.

From the moment photographer Jamey Stillings first encountered the bridge at Hoover Dam he knew it was a subject he couldn't ignore. Over the next two years, he visited the bridge 16 times documenting the progress and completion of the enormous structure that would eventually span the Colorado River. The resulting photo essay is the focus of The Bridge at Hoover Dam: Photographs by Jamey Stillings, which features more than 40 large format color photographs chronicling the creation of North America's longest single-span concrete arch bridge.

View work by Jamey Stillings on photo-eye's online Gallery here.

Preorder a signed copy of Stillings' new monograph The Bridge at Hoover Dam published by Nazraeli Press.

View a video on Stillings' project here.

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 Limited Editions
Stephen Shore: The La Brea Matrix Stephen Shore: The La Brea Matrix
"This portfolio is a special printing for THE LA BREA MATRIX of La Brea Avenue and Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, June 21, 1975 and La Brea Avenue and Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, June 22, 1975 by Stephen Shore; the portfolio also includes a recent interview conducted by Dr. Christoph Schaden where Shore discusses the history and concept behind the June 21 La Brea image and why he felt compelled to return to the same intersection the following day to take a second photograph." — the publisher

STEPHEN SHORE
AT BEVERLY AND LA BREA
2 Pigment prints on Harman
Gloss Baryta 320gsm
in a handmade portfolio
Each print is 11 x 14 inches / 28 x 35.5 cm
Edition of 30
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Cat# ZE637L Limited Edition $8,500.00
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The La Brea Matrix

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 photo-eye Deep Discounts

This week's selection of Deep Discount books includes four 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:

Catalogue of Photography by numerous contributing photographers. - Hardbound [Sale!] $75.00 photo-eye Price: $45.00 Save 40% / Softbound [Sale!] $50.00 photo-eye Price: $30.00 Save 40% Only copy 1 of each binding in stock.

The Jewish Bride by Jeremy Stigter - Hardbound [Sale!] $65.00 photo-eye Price: $39.00 Save 40%
Only 3 in stock.

Wanderland edited by Martin Hentschel - Cat# ZD135S Softbound [Sale!] $54.00 photo-eye Price: $32.95 Save 39%
Only 1 in stock

Jane & Louise Wilson by Jane & Louise Wilson - Softbound [Sale!] $36.00 photo-eye Price: $21.95 Save 39%
Only 1 in stock


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 photo-eye First Wednesday Salon
from left to right: Richard Benson and Edward Ranney
from left to right: Richard Benson and Edward Ranney

First Wednesday Photography Salon
Artists presenting: Edward Ranney and Christopher Benson presenting the work of Richard Benson
September 7th, 2011, 6:30-9:00 Salon, exhibit preview of Axle Contemporary
photo-eye Gallery, 376-A Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Contact: Antone Dolezal 505.988.5152 x 114


First Wednesday's September Salon will be held on September 7th, 2011. Photographer Edward Ranney will speak about his extensive career as a photographer working in the country of Peru and the American West. Painter, gallerist and custom book maker Christopher Benson will speak about his uncle Richard Benson's career as a photographer, photo historian and author, as well as discuss his own publication company The Fisher Press. In addition to the Salon, Axle Contemporary (mobile gallery) will be parked outside of photo-eye Gallery for a preview of their new exhibition, I Am Animal, Vegetable, Mineral.

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 Publisher Direct
from left to right: A to B, Two and Two, my home is where you are, Oh, So Big
from left to right: A to B, Two and Two, my home is where you are, Oh, So Big

Featured this week on Publisher Direct, two books by photographer John MacLean, Two and Two and A to B, Filipe Casaca's my home is where you are and Paula Gillen's Oh, So Big. Read more about these four titles on photo-eye Blog.

Read more about these new Publisher Direct titles here.

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 Book of the Week
Catherine Opie & Alec Soth: Rodarte Catherine Opie & Alec Soth: Rodarte
"Created in collaboration with two of the art world's most sought-after and acclaimed photographers, Catherine Opie and Alec Soth, this is the first publication to examine the world of Rodarte. For the occasion, each photographer has developed an entirely new body of work in collaboration with Kate and Laura Mulleavy, examining the many facets of Rodarte's creative spectrum." —the publisher

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Cat# DQ606H Hardbound List Price: $59.95
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Rodarte

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