E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  10.12.11 Vol 11.41
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from the book Oceanomania
from the book Oceanomania
 Artist Lecture & Book Signing
© Stu Levy
© Stu Levy

Artist Lecture & Book Signing with Stu Levy

Friday, October 14th, 2011, 5:00-7:00pm, lecture at 6:00 pm
photo-eye Gallery, 376 Garcia Street, Suite A, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Contact: email Melanie McWhorter or call 505.988.5152 x 112

photo-eye is pleased to host a lecture and book signing with photographer Stu Levy on Friday, October 14th, 2011 from 5-7 pm at photo-eye Gallery located at 376 Garcia Street, Suite A, Santa Fe, NM. Levy will present prints and discuss his career as a photographer and his newest monograph Grid-Portraits, published by Nazraeli Press.


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 New Work by Mitch Dobrowner
© Mitch Dobrowner
© Mitch Dobrowner

New Work by Mitch Dobrowner

photo-eye Gallery is pleased to announce new work by photographer Mitch Dobrowner. This newly released work is a continuation of his Storms portfolio and coincides with the recent publication of his first monograph by 21st Editions titled Prism Series: Mitch Dobrowner.

Dobrowner has always eagerly anticipated the nastiest weather, waiting on his meteorologist's predictions to decide when it's a good time to go out and photograph; his newest landscapes certainly attest to the weatherman being on his side. Venturing even closer to storms than we have seen in his previous work, Dobrowner's photographs feature the awesome power of twisters in moments of furious beauty, capturing the force itself rather than the devastation they leave behind. Dobrowner's photographs illustrate the unique and constant beauty nature provides should we take a moment to look above our own heads. — Cliff Shapiro

View Mitch Dobrowner's new portfolio here.

Read more about Mitch Dobrowner's new work on photo-eye Blog.

For more information or to purchase a print contact photo-eye Associate Gallery Director Anne Kelly.


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 Auctions
Florian van Roekel.: How Terry Likes His Coffee Florian van Roekel.: How Terry Likes His Coffee

One of Martin Parr's Best Books of the Decade!
"[The] oscil­lat­ing between the staged, the acted and the real is what gives these pho­tographs their spe­cific ten­sion, pay­ing trib­ute to the inher­ently treach­er­ous nature of photography."— from the always-excellent blog, Mrs. Deane
Bids shown below are current as of 4:33 pm MT, 10.12.2011
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Josef Sudek: Nás Hrad (SIGNED): Josef Sudek: Nás Hrad (SIGNED) - 0
2d 22h 26m
Florian van Roekel: How Terry Likes His Coffee. A Photo Odyssey into Office Life: Florian van Roekel: How Terry Likes His Coffee. A Photo Odyssey into Office Life - 0
4d 0h 26m
 Lori Sammartino: La Domenica Degli Italiani  : Lori Sammartino: La Domenica Degli Italiani $230 2
4d 22h 26m
Tom Wood: Looking for Love (Chelsea Reach)   : Tom Wood: Looking for Love (Chelsea Reach) - 0
5d 0h 26m
Lieko Shiga: Canary (SIGNED): Lieko Shiga: Canary (SIGNED) - 0
5d 22h 26m
Osamu Wataya: Hirugao (Photographs, 2003)--SIGNED   : Osamu Wataya: Hirugao (Photographs, 2003)--SIGNED - 0
5d 22h 26m
  Josef Sudek: Fotografie (SIGNED in 1958!!) --RESERVE LOWERED!  : Josef Sudek: Fotografie (SIGNED in 1958!!) --RESERVE LOWERED! - 0
7d 0h 26m
Geert Van Kesteren: Why Mister, Why? Iraq 2003-2004 (SIGNED)  : Geert Van Kesteren: Why Mister, Why? Iraq 2003-2004 (SIGNED) - 0
7d 22h 26m
Jeanloup Sieff: Two Landscacpes (Kenya, 1961 + Cyne Suisse. 1974)--Vintage Prints!    : Jeanloup Sieff: Two Landscacpes (Kenya, 1961 + Cyne Suisse. 1974)--Vintage Prints! - 0
9d 23h 26m


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 photo-eye Book Reviews
from the book Homage
from the book Homage

Homage by Jim Krantz

"1986. Twenty-five years ago. Almost a generation has passed since the catastrophic explosion of reactor number 4 at the Chernobyl nuclear plant, just outside the city of Pripyat in Ukraine. The stories of this damaged region have been leaking out ever since. Even if you were alive then, news was scarce because the Soviet government kept it tightly wrapped up; glasnost was several years down the pike." — from the review of Homage by George Slade

Purchase a copy of Homage.
from the book Elad Lassry
from the book Elad Lassry

Elad Lassry by Elad Lassry

"In his very first monograph, Israeli-born artist Elad Lassry juxtaposes a selection of photographs, photocollages and film stills as survey of his artistic practice. I can recall an interview in which Lassry described an interest in making photographs that have 'no home,' a concept he explores by attempting to create works that are somehow void of authorship or index. In the vein of his contemporaries Christopher Williams, Roe Ethridge and Torbjørn Rødland, his photographs are at once extraordinarily brilliant and blatantly familiar, or as Beatrix Ruf puts it in the book's introduction, both 'seductive and irritating.'" — from the review of Elad Lassry by Shane Lavalette

Purchase a copy of Elad Lassry.


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 photo-eye Blog
from the book First Pictures
from the book First Pictures
A Closer Look — First Pictures

"The photographs in First Pictures were made between 1971 and 1980 and lay the foundation for Sternfeld's first Guggenheim Fellowship awarded in 1978. His second fellowship, awarded in 1982, led the path to his epic series American Prospects." — Antone Dolezal

Read Antone Dolezal's full post on photo-eye Blog.

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 Limited Editions
T. R. Ericsson: Étant Donnés 2° T. R. Ericsson: Étant Donnés 2°

"T. R. Ericsson's self-published artist's book is a clever take on Marcel Duchamp's enigmatic last work Étant Donnés, in which viewers could look through a peep hole at a diorama of a nude woman lying spread-legged in a grassy area. This second edition of Ericsson's Étant Donnés forms a cinematic tableau consisting of over 400 full-bleed black and white photographs that depict the collapsed nude body of an unidentified woman in a densely-wooded landscape." — the publisher

About the Limited Edition

Hardcover binding with custom embossed forest green cloth slipcase and black hardcover cloth folder containing hand-printed intaglio photogravure print (print dimension 5.75 x 8.75 in.).

View limited edition with print.

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Cat# ZE735H Hardbound List Price: $30.00
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Cat# ZE735L Limited Edition $650.00
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Étant Donnés 2°
Ian Teh: Traces Ian Teh: Traces
"Ian Teh explores the industrial hinterlands of China's far-flung and impoverished provinces with unflinching precision and subtle intensity. From industrialization to pollution, these photographic works present the landscape as a repository for humanity's endeavors, somehow a source of memory and a silent testament to our material desires." — the publisher

About the Limited Edition

Special limited edition of 100, signed and numbered with c-print contained in an archival stitched parchment sleeve. View the print. READ MORE

Cat# ZE750H Hardbound List Price: $165.00
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Traces

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 Book of the Week
Mark Dion: Oceanomania Mark Dion: Oceanomania

"Oceanomania: Souvenirs of Mysterious Seas by Mark Dion is part exhibition catalogue, part scientific log book, and it is an archaeology of our fascination with the sea." — the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZE587H Hardbound List Price: $65.00
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Oceanomania


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 Santa Fe Photographic Workshops

The Inspirations of Fall

It's cooling down, but our Fall Season is all warmed up. Hone your personal photographic style with Michael Crouser's Finding Your Voice as a Photographer, October 19-October 22. Learning through doing is modus operandi with Michael O'Brien in Portraits: A Personal Style, October 26 - October 29. Or enhance your ability to see in black and white, and at the same time increase your understanding of color, in David Halpern's Seeing in Black and White, October 26 - October 29.

For more information click here.


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