E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  11.09.11 Vol 11.45
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Birth of Photography © Keith Carter, 2005
Birth of Photography © Keith Carter, 2005

New Group Exhibition

We are pleased to announce a new group exhibition of photo-eye Gallery photographers including a selection of animal photographs by Keith Carter as well as new works by: Nick Brandt, Mitch Dobrowner, David H. Gibson and Chaco Terada.

For more information about our current exhibition, please contact photo-eye Gallery Associate Director Anne Kelly by email or by calling the gallery at (505) 988-5152 x202

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 photo-eye Auctions
Robert Frank: Tompkins Square (Tom Waits), 1986 Robert Frank: Tompkins Square (Tom Waits), 1986
A timeless image Tom Waits in Tompkins Square Park in the New York's East Village. Taken right before the making of Frank's film Candy Mountain, in which Waits starred, Frank was shooting Waits for the cover of the record Rain Dogs. READ MORE
Bids shown below are current as of 2:24 pm MT, 11.09.2011
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High Bid Bids Time Left  
Harry Callahan/Larry Eigner: On My Eyes (Early Callahan Publication from Jargon/Jonathan Williams): Harry Callahan/Larry Eigner: On My Eyes (Early Callahan Publication from Jargon/Jonathan Williams) - 0
0h 35m
Robert Frank: The Americans (1969 Aperture/Museum of Modern Art Edition): Robert Frank: The Americans (1969 Aperture/Museum of Modern Art Edition) $100 1
2h 35m
Masatoshi Naito: Baba: Masatoshi Naito: Baba $150 1
1d 0h 35m
Olaf Otto Becker: Unter Dem Licht Des Nordens (Under the Nordic Light)--SIGNED!: Olaf Otto Becker: Unter Dem Licht Des Nordens (Under the Nordic Light)--SIGNED! $200 3
1d 2h 5m
Merry Alpern: Fenster Zur Wall Street (Dirty Windows--Rare German Edition)     : Merry Alpern: Fenster Zur Wall Street (Dirty Windows--Rare German Edition) $95 1
2d 0h 35m
 Naoya Hatakeyama: Underground  (SIGNED): Naoya Hatakeyama: Underground (SIGNED) - 0
2d 1h 35m
Hiroshi Hamaya: Snow Land: Hiroshi Hamaya: Snow Land $150 1
3d 0h 35m
Daido Moriyama: Hysteric (no. 4, 1993)    : Daido Moriyama: Hysteric (no. 4, 1993) - 0
4d 2h 35m
Brad Zellar: Conductors of the Moving World (Limited Edition with Tipped-In Photographs): Brad Zellar: Conductors of the Moving World (Limited Edition with Tipped-In Photographs) - 0
4d 2h 35m
Robert Frank: Tompkins Square (Tom Waits), 1986: Robert Frank: Tompkins Square (Tom Waits), 1986 - 0
4d 4h 35m


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 photo-eye Book Reviews
from the book Suburban Dreams
from the book Suburban Dreams
Suburban Dreams by Beth Yarnelle Edwards

"No matter how many people appear in Beth Yarnelle Edwards' photographs, or how captivating the circumstances, the titles are simple — one or two names, a country or a state (California, a country of its own), and a year. There is one telling exception to the title rule, however, in a pair of pictures titled Home Theatre I from 2000 and Home Theatre II, 2005, in which we see a shot/reverse shot from both ends of a center aisle in a room full of fashionable recliners, video projection apparatus, and popcorn." — from the review of Suburban Dreams by George Slade

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from the book Animals are Outside Today
from the book Animals are Outside Today
Animals Are Outside Today by Colleen Plumb

"My great-grandfather wrote two books titled Our Great Outdoors — one volume on reptiles, another on mammals. Thus it is in the spirit of family tradition that I feel I could, on occasion, as Whitman wrote, 'turn and live with the animals.' Given this fantasy of becoming a modern day St. Francis, it isn't surprising that I was immediately drawn to Colleen Plumb's monograph, Animals are Outside Today, published by Radius Books." — from the review of Animals are Outside Today by Ellen Rennard

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 photo-eye Blog
from right to left: Colette Campbell-Jones and Mitch Dobrowner
from right to left: Colette Campbell-Jones and Mitch Dobrowner

photo-eye Gallery & Photographer's Showcase Artist Update: Photolucida's Critical Mass Top 50

Photolucida has released the list of 2011 Critical Mass Top 50 photographers and we are proud to report that two of our photo-eye Gallery artists (Colette Campbell-Jones and Mitch Dobrowner) and seven of our Photographer's Showcase artists are on the list! You can see the full list here. (You may notice that there are actually 51 photographers listed — apparently there was a tie this year, and they chose to include both photographers.) An exhibition with an image from each photographer will be touring the West coast this spring. These photographers are now in the running to win the top prize — a book published by Photolucida. See books published by previous winners here.

Read the full blog post here.


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 Limited Editions
Mark Steinmetz: Summertime Mark Steinmetz: Summertime—Signed
"Nazraeli Press is delighted to announce Mark Steinmetz's follow-up monograph to his classic trilogy South Central / South East / Greater Atlanta. Summertime is a series of portraits of kids and teenagers caught in the midst of activity in distinctly American settings. Made between 1984 and 1991, when kids and teenagers were able to roam their neighborhoods with less supervision than today, riding bikes without wearing helmets, and hanging out without constant digital interruptions, these black and white photographs capture the light and feel of an endless summer." — the publisher

About the Limited Edition

This special edition of Summertime is limited to 25 copies with an original 11x14 inch silver gelatin print, numbered and signed by the artist and presented in a clamshell box. READ MORE

Cat# TR375H Hardbound List Price: $75.00
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Cat# TR375L Limited Edition $750.00
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 Book of the Week
Richard Misrach: 1991 Richard Misrach: 1991—Signed
"Blind Spot Series 02: 1991 — The Oakland-Berkeley Fire Aftermath by Richard Misrach
In October 1991, immediately following the catastrophic firestorm which struck the Oakland and Berkeley Hills, Richard Misrach (American, b. 1949), ventured into the fire zone with his 8 x 10-inch view camera. Misrach roamed the devastated area, recording both stark vistas and intimate details of destroyed homes. Out of respect for the victims of the fire — which killed twenty-five people, injured 150 others, and destroyed nearly three thousand homes — Misrach's images have remained mostly unexhibited for the last twenty years." —the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZE712H Hardbound List Price: $80.00
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