E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  08.15.12 Vol 12.33
 In This Newsletter
Mrs. Merryman's Collection, <br>Photographs from the collection of<br> Anne Sophie Merryman
Mrs. Merryman's Collection, 
Photographs from the collection of
 Anne Sophie Merryman
 Focus on Out-Of-Print Books
© Richard Misrach
© Richard Misrach 

Richard Misrach: On the Beach

On the Beach
Photographs by Richard Misrach.
Aperture, New York, 2007.

Light, color, and form are crucial components in "Misrach's explorations of difficult subjects. In this body of work he uses a gorgeous, slowly shifting color palette gleaned from changes in depth and tide; abstract patterns of waves and rippling water, and beaches both empty and cluttered. Throughout the series, Misrach carefully balances the minutiae of human gesture against the massive scale of the sea. In some images, a lone figure floats in a liquid field of brilliant turquoise-or in others, lies beached and partially buried." — the publisher

Out-of-print. As New. Selling for as much as $650 or more online. Order soon as we only have a few books at this special price.

Cat# AP538H $495.00 Purchase Book
In Stock! Usually ships in 1 business day.
This item measures 20x16 inches and $6.50 additional handling applies to this item.

Back to the Table of Contents
 Summer Lecture Series


TONIGHT! Summer Lecture Series

PART THREE -
The REMIX Culture: Appropriation Art and Fair Use in the Digital Age
Wednesday, August 15, 2012 6:30-8:00 pm
photo-eye Gallery is located at 376-A Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501

photo-eye Gallery is pleased to present a Summer Lecture Series in collaboration with New Mexico Lawyers for the Arts, a nonprofit dedicated to providing artists and arts organizations with pro bono legal assistances and educational programming.

As issues of appropriation and remixing increasingly flood our culture, copyright infringement lawsuits are on the rise. In the final part of our Art Law series, a range of experts from across the legal, business and creative realms of art (an attorney, a dealer, an arts consultant and an appropriation artist), will discuss the creative methods and ideas associated with appropriation in art today.

Using the facts from the high profile Cariou vs Prince appropriation case, the panel will discuss the importance of appropriation and forms of visual referencing in our culture, the differences between transformative works and infringement and whether current copyright laws provide sufficient protection while preserving an artist's freedom to reference the work of others.

All events are free and open to the public on a first come, first serve basis.

Read moderator Talia Kosh's introduction to tonight's event photo-eye Blog

Read Melanie McWhorter's blog post on the lecture series on photo-eye Blog.

Watch the video of our first lecture Protecting your Rights as a Photographer by Efrain Padro here.

For more information contact Anne Kelly at 505-988-5159 x121 or anne@photoeye.com or Melanie McWhorter at 505-988-5159 x112 or melanie@photoeye.com

View More on photo-eye Gallery

Back to the Table of Contents
 photo-eye Blog
© Julie Blackmon
© Julie Blackmon


Interviews: Julie Blackmon On Inspiration, Play and Image Making

"Some of my first images were of my younger sisters in their roller skates taking a break on the porch steps with their mosquito bitten legs, or eating donuts while watching the money box at our garage sale. I guess the moments I was drawn to then are the kind of moments I'm still drawn to now. In some ways it has nothing to do with photography. If I were a writer, they are moments I would write about, or if I was making a film, they would be the inspiration behind that as well." - Julie Blackmon

Read the full interview with Julie Blackmon on photo-eye Blog.

Contact Anne Kelly, photo-eye Gallery Associate Director, for further information. Visit photo-eye online Galleries.

View More on photo-eye Gallery

Back to the Table of Contents
 photo-eye Auctions



The bounteous summer harvest of classic photobooks continues!! Among the offerings, we look at the famed art director and photographer Alexey Brodovitch in three ways: the kinetic tour de force Ballet; his 1959 collaboration with Avedon, Observations (SIGNED by Avedon!); the quiet Kertész masterpiece, Day of Paris, which he designed, and finally a 1935 portrait of Brodovitch by his early student, Mary Faulconer. Be sure to check out Eric's presentation below. Other books up for auction include: Doug Rickard's A New American Picture; Michael Snow: Cover to Cover and René Burri: Die Deutschen (1st Ed.—SIGNED!)
Bids shown below are current as of 2:43 pm MT, 08.15.2012
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High/Opening Bid Time Left  
Alexey Brodovitch: Ballet (1st Edition!): Alexey Brodovitch: Ballet (1st Edition!) $4,695
23h 16m
   Mary Faulconer: Alexey Brodovitch (Vintage Print)      : Mary Faulconer: Alexey Brodovitch (Vintage Print) $1,795
23h 26m
 Richard Avedon: Observations (SIGNED!): Richard Avedon: Observations (SIGNED!) $1,995
23h 31m
Valerio Spada: Gomorrah Girl (Ltd. Ed., Only 1/30 with Print!): Valerio Spada: Gomorrah Girl (Ltd. Ed., Only 1/30 with Print!) $695
23h 36m
Doug Rickard: A New American Picture (SIGNED, Numbered Limited Edition): Doug Rickard: A New American Picture (SIGNED, Numbered Limited Edition) $695
23h 41m
Michael Snow: Cover to Cover (Hardbound edition!): Michael Snow: Cover to Cover (Hardbound edition!) $745
23h 46m
André Kertész: Day of Paris (in Scarce Dust Jacket! ): André Kertész: Day of Paris (in Scarce Dust Jacket! ) $1,995
23h 51m
 René Burri: Die Deutschen (1st Ed.--SIGNED!): René Burri: Die Deutschen (1st Ed.--SIGNED!) $695
23h 56m
Bill Owens: Suburbia (Scarce Hadbound Ltd. Ed., 1/250): Bill Owens: Suburbia (Scarce Hadbound Ltd. Ed., 1/250) $1,745
1d 0h 1m
 	Josef Koudelka (2007 Aperture Monograph)--Signed!: Josef Koudelka (2007 Aperture Monograph)--Signed! $295
1d 0h 6m
 Larry Sultan: Pictures from Home (SIGNED): Larry Sultan: Pictures from Home (SIGNED) $395
1d 0h 11m
Jim Cooke: Re-Placing Arcadia: Jim Cooke: Re-Placing Arcadia $345
1d 0h 16m


View More Auctions

Back to the Table of Contents
 photo-eye Book Reviews
from Sunder
from Sunder

Bruce Haley: Sunder

"Bruce Haley can tell a dark and lonely story. The darkness often comes from the reality of the subjects he photographs, while the loneliness is inevitably his own. I imagine Haley wandering through empty fields or industrial ruins, quietly observing and listening to the land, the sounds of running water or birds overhead. I imagine the low rumble of a distant tractor and Haley silently conceptualizing how he will capture the ambient noise on a two-dimensional sheet of film. There is a personal connection Haley cultivates with his subjects that is rare to see in contemporary photography." — from Antone Dolezal's review of Sunder by Bruce Haley

Read the full review on photo-eye Blog.

Purchase a copy of Sunder.
from Bottom of Da Boot
from Bottom of Da Boot

Kael Alford: Bottom of Da Boot

"A simple, tattooed outline on the arm of Jacob Walker, coupled with the phrase 'bottom of the da boot,' gives Kael Alford's collection its title and most concrete, immutable rendering of Louisiana's southeastern coast. Her photographs speak to both the immediate fallout of Hurricane Katrina and the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and the pernicious environmental losses endured by this wetland region over decades." — from Karen Jenkin's review of Bottom of Da Boot by Kael Alford

Read the full review on photo-eye Blog.

Purchase a copy of Bottom of Da Boot.


View More on photo-eye Blog

Back to the Table of Contents
 Book of the Week
Anne Sophie Merryman: <em>Mrs. Merryman's Collection</em> Anne Sophie Merryman: Mrs. Merryman's Collection

"The book, Mrs. Merryman's Collection, presents the postcards which together form the story of two intertwined lives - one life lived travelling the world through the postcard images, the other a child and then adult whose life and relationship to her own history and her future were influenced by the collection." — the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZF059H Hardbound List Price: $55.00
Purchase Book / Check Online Price

<em>Mrs. Merryman's Collection</em>

Back to the Table of Contents
 Limited Editions
André Cepeda: <em>Rien</em> André Cepeda: Rien

"Page after page we are led into a void where all things seem to have lost their name, creating a restless and suspended time.

"More than looking at physical spaces, we feel as if in an endless present tense. There is Emptiness, but a desired one.

"Rien is André Cepeda's second book. Ontem, his first book, was published in 2009, to critical and public acclaim." — the publisher



About the Limited Edition
Book with 200x250mm (approximately 8x10 inches) print 4 optional prints - edition of 15 (for each print).
View print choice 1 (la14)
View print choice 2 (la18) (shown above)
View print choice 3 (la02)
View print choice 4 (03final)
READ MORE

Cat# ZF131S Softbound List Price $40.00
Purchase Book / Check Online Price


Cat# ZF131L Limited Edition $175.00
Purchase Limited Edition

View More Limited Editions

Back to the Table of Contents

Browse past photo-eye E-News in the Newsletter Archive.
Would someone you know love to receive the photo-eye newsletter, too? Recommend a friend.

Newsletter content is compiled by the photo-eye staff.
Please send any comments to emailnewsletter@photoeye.com
Orders: 800.227.6941  Information: 505.988.5152  Fax: 505.988.4487
© photo-eye, 2012. All Rights Reserved.
Unsubscribe