E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  11.01.11 Vol 11.44
 In�This�Newsletter
from the book A
from the book A
 photo-eye�First�Wednesday�Salon
from left to right: Debora Hunter and Leigh Anne Langwell
from left to right: Debora Hunter and Leigh Anne Langwell


First Wednesday Photography Salon Artists Presenting:
Leigh Anne Langwell and Debora Hunter

November 2nd, 2011: 6:30-8:30 Salon
photo-eye Gallery, 376-A Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Contact: Cliff Shapiro, 505.988.5152 x116


First Wednesday's November Salon will be held on November 2nd, 2011. Debora Hunter will present work from her Land Marks series photographed in Taos, NM. This series looks at the house as metaphor for the lives, values and hopes of the present and future inhabitants. Leigh Anne Langwell will be discussing her photograms, mark-making with light and smoke, and intersections between 2-D and 3-D processes.


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 Limited�Editions
Tom Chambers: Entropic Kingdom Tom Chambers: Entropic Kingdom
About the limited edition:
Limited Edition Box Set, is limited to 100 copies and contains the print With the Pack. The included print and limited edition are signed and numbered. The print is elegantly matted and placed with the book in a clamshell box. The image size 6 x 6 inches and matt size is 11 x 11 inches." — the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZE704H Hardbound List Price: $75.00
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Cat# ZE704L Limited Edition $500.00
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Entropic Kingdom

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 Deep�Discounts
Highlights in Nordic Photogravure, El Ba�o De Frida,  Portrait and Sunday
Highlights in Nordic Photogravure, El Ba�o De Frida,  Portrait and Sunday 

This week's selection of Deep Discount books includes four superb titles. Each book is 40% or more off the original price. A limited number of each 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. Signed books are not included as sale items. The discounted books this week include:

Highlights in Nordic Photogravure photographs by numerous contributing artists - Softbound [Sale!] $49.50 photo-eye Price: $29.70 Save 40%
Only 2 in stock.

El Ba�o De Frida by Graciela Iturbide - Hardbound [Sale!] $35.00 photo-eye Price: $21.00 Save 40%
Only 7 in stock.

Portrait by Yoshihiko Ueda - Hardbound [Sale!] $79.50 photo-eye Price: $47.70 Save 40%
Only 4 in stock

Sunday by Paul Kooiker - Softbound [Sale!] $54.50 photo-eye Price: $32.87 Save 40%
15 in stock


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 photo-eye�Book�Reviews
from the book In the Face of Silence
from the book In the Face of Silence
In the Face of Silence by Christophe Agou

"Documenting the rural Forez region of France, Christophe Agou's touching book In The Face of Silence offers a glimpse into the lives and hardships of the several older family farmers struggling to survive off the land. At first glance, it might be easy to dismiss this work as another romantic photo-essay about rural life, but that would be a mistake. In addition to being born and raised in the region, which does not necessarily void this risk, Agou has clearly befriended his subjects and invested the time to explore and engage with them." — from the review of In the Face of Silence by Adam Bell

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from the book Topographie
from the book Topographie
Topographie by Andreas Gehrke

"My photographic background is in newspaper journalism, which has instilled in me a belief that a strong picture should be able to stand on its own without the aid of words. Topographie by Andreas Gehrke challenged that notion. On my first viewing of the book, I went through it without reading any supporting texts. Approaching the book this way left me feeling like I was missing something. I needed context to understand why this small patch of wooded land in Berlin, the subject of the book, is so important. Luckily, the two essays were able to fill in the blanks for me." — from the review of Topographie by Tom Leininger

Purchase a copy of Topographie


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 photo-eye�Blog
from the book From the Bottom of a Well
from the book From the Bottom of a Well
A Closer Look — From the Bottom of a Well

"I know I'm not alone in noticing a trend in photobooks and projects depicting China. Many photographers have been drawn to the photographically seductive boom of industry and urban growth, and resulting environmental disaster, while others like Chinese born Shen Wei have looked towards the human aspect, subtly investigating the Chinese psyche. Whether in response to this attention or spurred on by it, the Chinese government appears to be making an effort to continue photographic interest in the country, though perhaps in a more controlled manner. Chinese photo festivals seem to be inviting an increasing number of American photographers and photoworld professionals to speak and show work, and government-sponsored tours have been hand-picking photographers to document the country." — from Sarah Bradley's post on photo-eye Blog

The book is also available in a limited edition of 50 signed copies and includes an 11x14" archive pigment print. Purchase book or limited edition.


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 Book�of�the�Week
Gregory Halpern: A Gregory Halpern: A
"In A, American photographer Gregory Halpern (born 1977) leads us on a ramble through the brilliant and ruined streets of the United States Rust Belt. The cast of characters, both human and animal, are portrayed with compassion and respect by this native son of Buffalo (now professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology). The cities he is drawn to — Baltimore, Cincinnati, Omaha, Detroit — share similar histories with his hometown, and in this post-apocalyptic springtime all forms of life emerge and run riot." —the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZE777H Hardbound List Price: $40.00
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 photo-eye�Auctions
This week in photo-eye Auctions This week in photo-eye Auctions
"Flamboya includes photographs taken across Africa — from Cape Town to Kenya to Zambia — that disregard traditional boundaries of genres and tackle the problematic bond between photography, imperialism, and the colonial imagination. Viviane Sassen's aesthetic vocabulary suggestively recalls documentary as much as staged photography and relies on a visual economy that invites the formulation of multiple interpretations. Seen through Sassen's lens, the ethnic Other interrogates the traditional nexus laid between vision, knowledge, and power, which lies at the heart of the history and ideology of photography." — publisher description
Bids shown below are current as of 5:53 pm MT, 11.01.2011
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Doug Rickard: A New American Picture (SIGNED, Numbered Limited Edition): Doug Rickard: A New American Picture (SIGNED, Numbered Limited Edition) $450 1
21h 6m
Uchihara Yasuhiko: Son of a Bit: Uchihara Yasuhiko: Son of a Bit $100 1
22h 6m
Viviane Sassen: Flamboya: Viviane Sassen: Flamboya - 0
22h 6m
Robert Frank: River Rouge Assembly Plant, Ford, Detroit, 1955: Robert Frank: River Rouge Assembly Plant, Ford, Detroit, 1955 - 0
4d 22h 6m
 Santa�Fe�Photographic�Workshops

Cuba: People-to-People Educational Exchanges

Exciting News! Cuba Cultural Travel, in consultation with Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, is running "Cuba: People-to-People Educational Exchanges" in January and February 2012. Eleven educational programs have been developed be not just travel experiences but opportunities to become richer in thought and spirit.

Programs begin January 18, 2012, and include: Visions of Havana with Tony Bonanno, February 1 - February 8, 2012; Street Life in Havana with Pedro Abascal, January 18 - January 25; Seeing Cuba with Reid Callanan, January 25 - February 1; Cuba: Picturing Change with E. Wright Ledbetter, January 25 - February 1; Portrait of Cuba with Jock McDonald, February 1 - February 8; and Havana: Its People and Culture with Pablo Corral, February 8 - February 15.

For all the details and full schedule click here.


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