E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  08.22.12 Vol 12.34
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� Yutaka Takanashi
� Yutaka Takanashi
 photo-eye�Gallery�-�Events
Crusade for Collecting
Crusade for Collecting


Jennifer Schwartz talks about Crusade for Collecting at photo-eye

Where: photo-eye Gallery, 376 Garcia Street, Suite A, Santa Fe, NM
When: Friday, August 24th, 6-8pm
Contact: Melanie McWhorter
Phone: 505.988.5152 x 112
Email: melanie@photoeye.com

photo-eye Gallery is pleased to host Jennifer Schwartz, owner of Jennifer Schwartz Gallery in Atlanta and the online photography project, The Ten. Last year she launched the ongoing, mission-based project The Crusade for Collecting, born out of her passion for supporting art and artists. The Crusade's mission is to cultivate a new crop of art lovers, patrons and collectors by encouraging people to engage with art in exciting and innovative ways.

Jennifer will speak about the genesis of her Crusade and the ways individual artists can use the same thought principles to build audiences for their work. From developing unique programming at her gallery to working with photographers to build their own collector base to driving a 1977 VW bus around the country to bring art to the people, Schwartz's Crusade is one you want to know about.

This event is free and open to the public.

The photo-eye Gallery is located at 376 Garcia Street, Suite A, Santa Fe, NM and is open Monday through Saturday, 10am to 6pm.

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 Photographer's�Showcase
� Cig Harvey
� Cig Harvey

Cig Harvey's You Look At Me Like An Emergency

"I've always been drawn to personal work in art, music and literature as a device to tap into the universal. My work reflects, either indirectly or directly, what I am concerned with at that time but it's always the human spirit that fascinates me. I initially used myself as the subject when I was creating work about the past, but the pictures were never really specifically about me, rather the universal emotion I was trying to explore."—Cig Harvey from the photo-eye Blog interview on You Look At Me Like An Emergency

White Witch Moth
Chromogenic Print
14x14" Image
24x20" Mat
9/10
$2500

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Read more about Cig Harvey's work on photo-eye Blog. Signed copies of Havey's book You Look At Me Like An Emergency are available here.

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

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 photo-eye�Book�Reviews
from Lovesody
from Lovesody

Motoyuki Daifu: Lovesody

"Lovesody is Motoyuki Daifu's first photobook. It documents his brief stint as the lover of a young single mother during the time of her second pregnancy. Lovesody juxtaposes images of sexuality with those of motherhood in startling ways; though the work has been considered diaristic the presence of the photographer is nullified. Daifu is, we suppose, the eye of the camera." — from Christopher Johnson's review of Lovesody by Motoyuki Daifu

Read the full review on photo-eye Blog.

Purchase a copy of Lovesody.
from Amc2 Journal Issue 2
from Amc2 Journal Issue 2

Amc2 Journal Issue 2

"Where the last issue was exuberant in its show-and-tell of strange and wonderful things, Issue 2 is markedly somber. We begin with elevators and end underground. A booklet from the Marryat & Scott Lifts company informs us of leveling problems, floor plans for architects and their lovely selection of elevator interiors, followed by strange and beautiful images from the 1950s of the pale pristine and unpopulated floors of the KaDeWe department store in Berlin. These photographs are accompanied by the first of several substantial and well-researched essays that provide a wealth of information while rarely analyzing the images, giving context without removing the material from the exploratory nature established here." — from Sarah Bradley's review of Amc2 Journal Issue 2 edited by Archive of Modern Conflict

Read the full review on photo-eye Blog.

Purchase a copy of Amc2 Journal Issue 2.


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 photo-eye�Auctions
This week, the summer of Koudelka-gems-for the-completist continues with four rare, 1981 inserts from the French newspaper Le Matin featuring his (still-uncredited!) Prague '68 invasion photos — edited and designed by famed publisher Robert Delpire with texts by Czech writers Milan Kundera and Petr Kral. Predates Respekt by 9 years! Also, the GORGEOUS Limited Edition of Avedon's Made in France; a signed copy of JH Engstr�m's gritty, diaristic stream-of-consciousness masterpiece, Trying to Dance; Marc Attali (and Jacques Delfau), Les Erotiques Du Regard [The Erotics of the Gaze] & MUCH MORE!

What's on your shelves?? For inquiries regarding the sale of a single book or print, or an entire library or collection, contact Eric Miles, Director of Rare Books & Online Auctions.



Bids shown below are current as of 4:06 pm MT, 08.29.2012
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 (Limited Edition with Print, Only 1/100!): Richard Avedon: Made in France (Limited Edition with Print, Only 1/100!) $6,795
Auction Ended
JH Engstr�m: Trying to Dance (SIGNED): JH Engstr�m: Trying to Dance (SIGNED) $965
Auction Ended
 Julian Germain: For Every Minute You Are Angry You Lose Sixty Seconds of Happiness: Julian Germain: For Every Minute You Are Angry You Lose Sixty Seconds of Happiness $295
Auction Ended
 	Andreas Magdanz: Auschwitz-Birkenau (scarce French ed.--SIGNED!): Andreas Magdanz: Auschwitz-Birkenau (scarce French ed.--SIGNED!) $330
Auction Ended
Pieter Hugo: Nollywood (SIGNED): Pieter Hugo: Nollywood (SIGNED) $145
Auction Ended
William Eggleston's Guide: William Eggleston's Guide $225
Auction Ended
 Marc Attali (and Jacques Delfau) Les Erotiques Du Regard [The Erotics of the Gaze]: Marc Attali (and Jacques Delfau) Les Erotiques Du Regard [The Erotics of the Gaze] $495
Auction Ended
Gilbert & George: Dark Shadow (Early, 1974 Signed, Limited Edition!): Gilbert & George: Dark Shadow (Early, 1974 Signed, Limited Edition!) $445
Auction Ended
Masahisa Fukase: Yohko: Masahisa Fukase: Yohko $495
Auction Ended
Paul Graham: Troubled Land: Paul Graham: Troubled Land $295
Auction Ended
 	Eikoh Hosoe: Eikoh Hosoe: Ba.Ra.Kei (Ordeal by Roses, II)--Japanese reprint: Eikoh Hosoe: Eikoh Hosoe: Ba.Ra.Kei (Ordeal by Roses, II)--Japanese reprint $95
Auction Ended
 The Stanley Kubrick Archives.(with Compact Disc and Filmstrip): The Stanley Kubrick Archives.(with Compact Disc and Filmstrip) $345
Auction Ended
David LaChapelle: LaChapelle Land (Inscribed): David LaChapelle: LaChapelle Land (Inscribed) $195
Auction Ended
Josef Koudelka/Robert Delpire: Le Matin (Four 1981 Inserts  with 1968 Prague Invasion Photos)--RARE!: Josef Koudelka/Robert Delpire: Le Matin (Four 1981 Inserts with 1968 Prague Invasion Photos)--RARE! $815
Auction Ended


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 Focus�on�Out-Of-Print�Books
from Heaven of Animals
from Heaven of Animals
Keith Carter: Heaven of Animals
Rice University, Houston, 1995. Unpaged, numerous black-and-white illustrations, 11X11".

"The relationship between man and animals is one which is as important and meaningful as it is shrouded in impenetrable mystery. Photographer Keith Carter, known for his previous successes The Blue Man and Mojo, creates transcendent portraits of humans and animals in this beautiful new monograph. The photographs manage to express a timeless, enigmatic, and mythological statement of the ineffable bonds which exist between all living things." —the publisher

$150. 1st Edition. Signed. New condition.
Email Rixon at rixon@photoeye.com to reserve your copy.

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 Book�of�the�Week
Yutaka Takanashi: Yutaka Takanashi Yutaka Takanashi

"Yutaka Takanashi has always photographed the city-from close up, from far away, even very far away, from a moving car-sometimes on the lookout for an image charged with poetry, sometimes 'picking up' a scrap of reality. As he has often repeated, these two approaches confront each other in his work: poetry/realism, mirror/window, visible/invisible. The important thing for him is to make his way over the terrain, to 'walk on the ground' in order to take 'anonymous pictures.' Takanashi was a founding member of the well-known collective Provoke in 1968-the group briefly published a photography magazine of the same name-but he did not yield to the somewhat romantic indulgence of the offbeat blurry image. The provocative aspect of this short-lived phenomenon concealed a profound reaction against the photography establishment." —the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZF160H Hardbound List Price: $63.00
Purchase Book / Check Online Price

Yutaka Takanashi

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 Santa�Fe�Photographic�Workshops
Inspiring Offerings for Fall
There's something about fall that always feels like back-to-school time. Santa Fe Workshops embraces this urge to learn with fresh new workshops. Marc Muench encourages us to harness Northern New Mexico's exquisite natural light and turn good images into outstanding images in High Desert Light, September 23-28. Modern-day master Kate Breakey shares the fine-art possibilities of hand-colored images in The Hand-Colored Photographic Print, September 30-October 5. And Leah Bendavid-Val and Sam Abell lead the perfect workshop for those who want to explore ways to articulate their photographic aspirations and accomplishments with Writing for Photographers, October 6-9.

Visit www.santafeworkshops.com for all the details and the full schedule of upcoming workshops.

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