E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  10.19.11 Vol 11.42
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The Unseen Eye
The Unseen Eye
 photo-eye Auctions
Doug and Mike Starn: Alleverythingthatisyou Doug and Mike Starn: Alleverythingthatisyou

"Assembled with the Starns' trademark visual flair, this catalog brings together images from a portfolio of images of snowflakes, many of them isolated against stark backgrounds that reinforce the intricate structure of the flakes themselves. Exploring issues of individuality, memory, ephemeral experiences, and on some level the transitory nature of life itself, the Starn twins provide a framework for readers to ponder big questions while considering the tiny jewels of snow preserved in these pages. Each book is finished with a unique ink-jet cover featuring one of several different images of snowflakes, all of which were printed, taped and numbered at the Starns' studio in Brooklyn, NY. Limited to 1000 copies."—the publisher
Bids shown below are current as of 2:30 pm MT, 11.09.2011
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
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  Mark Power: The Treasury Project (SIGNED!) : Mark Power: The Treasury Project (SIGNED!) $250 1
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Karin Apollonia Müller: Angels in Fall : Karin Apollonia Müller: Angels in Fall - 0
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Edward Weston: Photographs from the Collection of the Center for Creative Photography: Edward Weston: Photographs from the Collection of the Center for Creative Photography - 0
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 Ryan McGinley (Flasher Factory monograph)   : Ryan McGinley (Flasher Factory monograph) $145 1
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Lee Friedlander: Self-Portrait (INSCRIBED, 1st Edition) : Lee Friedlander: Self-Portrait (INSCRIBED, 1st Edition) - 0
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Doug and Mike Starn: Alleverythingthatisyou   : Doug and Mike Starn: Alleverythingthatisyou - 0
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 Limited Editions
Irina Rozovsky: One to Nothing Irina Rozovsky: One to Nothing—Signed

"In late 2008 photographer Irina Rozovsky (*1981 in Moscow) traveled through Israel with three cousins in a rental car. What began as an unassuming two-week journey resulted in a photographic turning point, yielding a complicated and surprising body of images."—the publisher

About the Limited Edition:
Limited Edition package includes a signed and dated copy of the book plus a special signed, numbered and dated archival pigment print made by the artist which measures 8x8 inches and features the image Untitled from One to Nothing (shown below).

Read Adam Bell's review of One to Nothing in photo-eye Magazine.


Cat# KH024 List Price: $40.00
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Cat# KH024L Limited Edition $140.00
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One to Nothing
Shawn Records: From the Bottom of a Well Shawn Records: From the Bottom of a Well—Signed
"Shawn Records' beautifully complex photographs are woven together here in From the Bottom of a Well, a poetic and tragically humorous account of a Chinese government-sponsored trip for a select group of American fine-art photographers. For two weeks, they traveled by bus with a government escort to pre-determined locations, including wetlands, oil fields, coal museums, and re-enactments of Mongolian village life. Wrapped up in a web of politics, propaganda, environmental whitewashing, and good-old romanticism, this work plucks at the tension between the photographer's passive role as recorder of sanitized 'facts,' and the impulse to subvert that role. "—the publisher

About the Limited Edition:
50 signed copies of FROM THE BOTTOM OF A WELL will be sold with an 11'x14' archival pigment print of Hotel (I), Daqing, 2010.


Cat# ZE743S Softbound List Price $20.00
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Cat# ZE743L Limited Edition $100.00
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 photo-eye Book Reviews
Los Jardines de México by Janelle Lynch
Los Jardines de México by Janelle Lynch
Los Jardines de México by Janelle Lynch

"Los Jardines de México is a meticulously crafted book, with every aspect of its production — from the choice of paper stock through to the finishing on the page and the choice of image printed on its endpapers — calculated to facilitate and enhance your experience of the work contained within. This care over the details of the bookmaking is particularly fitting, as Janelle Lynch uses photography to conjure up a very particular and rarefied world — she cultivates an atmosphere that you can't help but think would suffer in less sympathetic conditions." — from the review of Los Jardines de México by Faye Robson

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Cruising by Chad States
Cruising by Chad States
Cruising by Chad States

"Chad State's Cruising explores the secret, and not so secret, sites where gay men meet for anonymous sexual encounters. Mostly hidden in plain view, the parks and rest areas frequented by these men are on the outskirts of the everyday world, cloaked by branches and coded signals. Never sensationalistic or merely erotic, States work intimately draws the viewer into this secret world through furtive glances and secluded paths - coaxing us (willingly or unwillingly) into the act of cruising." — from the review of Cruising by Adam Bell

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 photo-eye Blog
©Tom Chambers
©Tom Chambers 
New Interview with Photographer Tom Chambers

This week, on photo-eye's blog, Associate Gallery Director Anne Kelly sits down for a chat with photo-eye Gallery photographer Tom Chambers to discuss photomontage in addition to Chamber's own love of and connection to art and photography.

This is the last week to view Tom Chambers' Dreaming in Reverse / Soñando Hacia Atrás exhibit at photo-eye Gallery. Photographs from the exhibition will continue to be available in our flat files for viewing. See Tom Chambers' work online here.

Read Anne Kelly's interview on photo-eye Blog.

Raising Funds Through Photobooks: The Mercy Project

"I run an online magazine with a few friends and each month we select a theme for the issue with some broad topic as Faith, The Environment, or Politics. The contributor is open to interpret the theme and word however they choose. Often the piece fits easily into the theme and mission of the magazine, but occasionally it tests the limits of that word's meaning. Although words can clearly have a defined meaning as found in a dictionary, an individual's reading is influenced by their life experiences. Thus is the case with the theme of James Whitlow Delano's curated book The Mercy Project."

Read Melanie McWhorter's full post on photo-eye Blog or view all posts on Raising Funds Through Photobooks.

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 Book of the Week
W.M. Hunt: The Unseen Eye W.M. Hunt: The Unseen Eye
"Amassed over the course of 30 years by New York collector W.M. Hunt, the collection includes works by masters such as Richard Avedon, Diane Arbus, Imogen Cunningham, William Klein, Robert Mapplethorpe and Robert Frank, as well as works by lesser-known artists and vernacular images. Hunt's instinctive pursuit of striking images has resulted in a collection that manages to evoke a picture of humanity from birth to death, with all the associated nuances of memory, wit, eroticism, fear, grief and horror. More than 350 intensely evocative and frequently surreal images are brilliantly sequenced in this volume; the cumulative effect is unnerving and riveting."—the publisher

Read Sarah Bradley's A Closer Look: The Unseen Eye on photo-eye Blog. READ MORE

Cat# DQ770H Hardbound List Price: $75.00
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The Unseen Eye

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