E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  05.16.12 Vol 12.20
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Jeddah Diary
Jeddah Diary
 photo-eye Bookstore Events
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Book Signing and Talk
The Anasazi Project by Don Kirby and Joan Gentry


Where: photo-eye Bookstore, 370 Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501
When: Artists' Talk and Book Signing, Friday, May 18, 2012 from 5-7 pm
Contact: Melanie McWhorter
Phone: 505.988.5152 x 112
Email: melanie@photoeye.com

photo-eye Bookstore is pleased to host a book signing and talk for Don Kirby and Joan Gentry's The Anasazi Project on Friday, May 18, 2012 from 5 to 7 pm at photo-eye Bookstore, 370 Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM. Photographers Don Kirby and Joan Gentry will give a short talk at 6pm and will be available to sign books.

If you can not make the event, preorder a signed copy here. READ MORE

Cat# TR383H Hardbound List Price: $60.00
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 photo-eye Auctions
This week: two of the most important aesthetic statements of the Bauhaus and New Vision moment in Photography and Film, Werner Graff's Es Kommt der Neue Fotograf! Hans Richter's Filmgegner von heute. Both in scarce original dust jackets!!
Other highlights this week include SIGNED books by : Allen Ginsberg, André Kertész, Jim Goldberg, and Josef Koudelka plus Ed Van Der Elsken: Wereldreis in Foto's [Around the world in photos] & Much More!! Watch Eric's presentation below!

Coming up on Saturday: rare Josef Sudek books (including a nice signed copy of PLUS New Japanese Arrivals!!


Bids shown below are current as of 2:12 pm MT, 05.16.2012
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High/Opening Bid Time Left  
Richard Avedon: Made in France (SIGNED!): Richard Avedon: Made in France (SIGNED!) $1,195
23h 47m
	Lee Friedlander: 1960s-2000s (Rare Japnaese Catalogue, SIGNED): Lee Friedlander: 1960s-2000s (Rare Japnaese Catalogue, SIGNED) $145
23h 52m
Ryan McGinley: (2002 Index Monograph): Ryan McGinley: (2002 Index Monograph) $345
23h 57m
Josef Koudelka: Reconnaissance Wales  (SIGNED!!): Josef Koudelka: Reconnaissance Wales (SIGNED!!) $1,195
1d 0h 2m
Hans Richter: Filmgegner von heute. Filmfreunde von morgen.(1929, 1ST Ed. in Dust Jacket!): Hans Richter: Filmgegner von heute. Filmfreunde von morgen.(1929, 1ST Ed. in Dust Jacket!) $2,995
1d 0h 7m
Werner Graff: Es Kommt der Neue Fotograf! [Here Comes the New Photographer!]--in Scarce Dust Jacket!: Werner Graff: Es Kommt der Neue Fotograf! [Here Comes the New Photographer!]--in Scarce Dust Jacket! $2,495
1d 0h 12m
Jim Goldberg: Raised by Wolves (SIGNED): Jim Goldberg: Raised by Wolves (SIGNED) $195
1d 0h 17m
Gilles Peress: Telex Iran (SIGNED!): Gilles Peress: Telex Iran (SIGNED!) $325
1d 0h 22m
Ed Van Der Elsken: Wereldreis in Foto's [Around the world in photos] : Ed Van Der Elsken: Wereldreis in Foto's [Around the world in photos] $85
1d 0h 27m
Wolfgang Tillmans: Concorde (1st printing!): Wolfgang Tillmans: Concorde (1st printing!) $195
1d 0h 32m
André Kertész: (Aperture History of Photography Series No. 6-)--SIGNED!: André Kertész: (Aperture History of Photography Series No. 6-)--SIGNED! $195
1d 0h 42m
Allen Ginsberg: Photographs (SIGNED, with Flower Drawings): Allen Ginsberg: Photographs (SIGNED, with Flower Drawings) $695
1d 0h 47m


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 photo-eye Blog
© Lauren Henkin
© Lauren Henkin

Lauren Henkin — Still Standing, Standing Still Limited Edition

Lauren Henkin's third handmade book, Still Standing, Standing Still documents Henkin's obsessive interest in a tree. "Slowly — around and around and around — I examined it in varying light and perspective. It was alone, with its scars unclothed, threatened by vines, but still standing," she says of her subject. The versatile book is a beautiful creation, and it is also available in remarkable limited edition. Exceptional care and thought went into the design of the book and limited edition, the extent of which is best shared in Henkin's own words. She was kind enough to tell us how this beautiful object came to be.

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 photo-eye Book Reviews
Is This Place Great or What
Is This Place Great or What

Is This Place Great or What


"Brian Ulrich's book is great, and a real downer. If you resisted President Bush's exhortations to shop America back to health after the events of 9-11-01, you may already be in line with the photographer. His Copia series, dating from 2001-2011, makes up the meat of this book. With mordant glee, the photographs insinuate that a decade of shopping has made us no better off; in fact, the rock we've been trying to shoulder up hill is flattening us. " — George Slade from the review of Is This Place Great or What

Read the rest of the review of Is This Place Great or What on photo-eye Blog

Purchase a signed copy of the book.

A Girl and Her Room
A Girl and Her Room

A Girl and Her Room


"I like Rania Matar's new monograph A Girl and Her Room more and more each time I move through this bright series of portraits of teenage girls, at home in their most private and personalized spaces. The initial pull of these often chaotic images of girls and their stuff yields to a nuanced look at that space between child and adult, innocence and self-awareness. This series began close to home for Matar, who has photographed her own daughters from childhood to adolescence. " — Karen Jenkins from the review of A Girl and Her Room

Read the rest of the review of A Girl and Her Room on photo-eye Blog

Purchase a signed copy of the book.

Muses Vol. 1
Muses Vol. 1

Muses Vol. 1


"Pau Wau Publication's anthology Muses Volume I is as unique as it is provocative. The book, if we choose to call it that, is an envelope compiling the works of five photographers, all reflecting on the idea of a 'muse.' Each photographer is given their own chapbook within the envelope; this is a great quality, the photographers seem to stand alone while being linked by common themes." — Christopher Johnson from the review of Muses Vol. 1

Read the rest of the review of Muses Vol. 1 on photo-eye Blog

Muses Volume I is sold out but Volume II is expected in the fall. Click here to be notified when it arrives. See more books from Pau Wau Publications here.


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 photo-eye Gallery Opening
© Kelli Connell
© Kelli Connell

Exhibition Opening: Kelli Connell's Double Life

photo-eye Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of photographs by Kelli Connell from her series Double Life. The exhibition runs May 8th through June 30th with an artist reception on June 1st from 4:30-6:30pm in photo-eye Gallery, 376A Garcia Street, Santa Fe. This will be Connell's first exhibition at photo-eye Gallery.

Kelli Connell's series, Double Life, appears to document the evolving relationship between two women. By combining multiple negatives of the same model, Connell uses digital imaging techniques to create constructed realities. The model acts out various fictional scenarios, with the characters' body language and clothing changing in each image. The work represents Connell's investigation of identity, sexuality, and gender roles, as they shape and are expressed within intimate relationships. Through her photographs she addresses complex issues about visual rhetoric and the self.

Purchase a signed copy of Double Life.

Contact Anne Kelly, photo-eye Gallery Associate Director, for further information on Kelli Connell's work. Visit photo-eye online Galleries.

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 Book of the Week
Olivia Arthur: Jeddah Diary Olivia Arthur: Jeddah Diary
"Magnum photographer Olivia Arthur has shown a dedication to photographing the lives of women, particularly those who live on the cultural divide between the east and west. Invited to teach a photography course to a group of women in Saudi Arabia, Jeddah Diary is Arthur's exploration and attempt to photographically document the lives of the women she met there. She approached them earnestly, grateful for their friendship and curious about their lives, but photography in Saudi Arabia, particularly photography depicting women, is a complicated issue. It is a world that is perhaps not easy for a Westerner to understand, but Arthur's work gives us a glimpse into the intricacies of these women's lives." — from photo-eye's New Arrival's Newsletter READ MORE

Cat# ZF049H Hardbound List Price: $63.00
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Jeddah Diary


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