E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  09.12.12 Vol 12.37
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from Position(s)
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 New�Images�by�Tom�Chambers
� Tom Chambers
� Tom Chambers
Tom Chambers on A View From The Bridge, 2012

Tom Chambers' most recent photographic series has taken him to Italy where his signature dream-like photomontages were informed by the unique quality of light in the Tuscan region and engage in its metaphoric properties. In this post, Chambers shares with us a bit of the thought behind the final two images in the Illumination series.

"My Illumination series reflects my respect for the power of light in exposing possibilities. This series of photomontages developed after an awe-inspiring journey to Florence, and then a later visit to Venice. The Grand Canal of Venice is ordinarily bustling with the traffic of cargo boats, gondolas, traghetti, and vaporetti. View from the Bridge reveals a young woman in a solitary moment of the early morning stepping, into the light and new adventures." — Tom Chambers

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Signed copies of Chambers' new book, Entropic Kingdom, are available here.

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 photo-eye�Book�Reviews
from War Is Only Half The Story, Vol. 4
from War Is Only Half The Story, Vol. 4

The Aftermath's Project War Is Only Half The Story, Vol. 4

"War's daily tumult grabs the headlines. But captured land, troop maneuvers, casualties, felled statues, and prisoners of war are only a point on a continuum; the visible, newsworthy part is considerably less than half of the story. War arises from a mixture of accumulated intolerance and historic grievance, and that inherited burden has proven difficult to relieve or even redress with non-violent means. The tendency toward catharsis through conflict is deeply embedded in our species." — from George Slade's review of War Is Only Half The Story, Vol. 4 by The Aftermath Project

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 Summer�Lecture�Series
The REMIX Culture Panel Discussion

We are happy to share the video of the final part of our three part summer Art Law Lecture Series — The REMIX Culture: Appropriation Art and Fair Use in the Digital Age. Led by moderator Talia V. Kosh of New Mexico Lawyers for the Arts, panelists David L. Dirks, Sid Monroe, Casey Bock, Craig Anderson and Benjamin Allison discussed the high profile Cariou v. Prince appropriation case and the importance of appropriation and forms of visual referencing in our culture.

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 photo-eye�Auctions
In this week's auctions a trove of deluxe limited editions—all accompanied by prints—by Rineke Dijkstra, Daido Moriyama, Thomas Demand and the late James Fee. We're also featuring two books of raw and visceral work from controversial Magnum photographer Antoine D'Agata (including a signed copy of Agonie, which was chosen by none other than Martin Parr as one of the best books of 2009) plus his scarce first book Mala Noche & MUCH MORE!! Be sure to check out Eric's presentation below!



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 12:27 pm MT, 09.22.2012
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High/Opening Bid Time Left  
Antoine D'Agata: Mala Noche: Antoine D'Agata: Mala Noche $715
Auction Ended
Dash Snow: Polaroids : Dash Snow: Polaroids $135
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Antoine D'Agata And Rafael Garido: Agonie (SIGNED): Antoine D'Agata And Rafael Garido: Agonie (SIGNED) $365
Auction Ended
Daido Moriyama: Memories of a Dog (LIMITED EDITION with PRINT 1/50!): Daido Moriyama: Memories of a Dog (LIMITED EDITION with PRINT 1/50!) $795
Auction Ended
 Daido Moriyama: Japanese Theater (Japan, A Photo Theater): Daido Moriyama: Japanese Theater (Japan, A Photo Theater) $1,295
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Rineke Dijkstra: Portraits (LIMITED EDITION with PRINT!): Rineke Dijkstra: Portraits (LIMITED EDITION with PRINT!) $995
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James Fee (2001, St. Ann;s Press  LIMITED EDITION with 3 PRINTS!): James Fee (2001, St. Ann;s Press LIMITED EDITION with 3 PRINTS!) $795
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Thomas Demand: Photography (LIMITED EDITION with PRINT!): Thomas Demand: Photography (LIMITED EDITION with PRINT!) $1,395
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Harmony Korine & Christopher Wool: Pass the Bitch Chicken (SIGNED BY BOTH! ): Harmony Korine & Christopher Wool: Pass the Bitch Chicken (SIGNED BY BOTH! ) $195
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Danny Lyon: The Bikeriders (Hardbound First Edition!): Danny Lyon: The Bikeriders (Hardbound First Edition!) $495
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Frederick Sommer: Venus, Jupiter, and Mars (SIGNED Copy, with SIGNED Exhibition Poster!): Frederick Sommer: Venus, Jupiter, and Mars (SIGNED Copy, with SIGNED Exhibition Poster!) $695
Auction Ended


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 Book�of�the�Week
Antoine D'Agata: Position(s) Antoine D'Agata: Position(s)
"I want that! That what?
That. But what?
That.
To be there, to be the strongest, to be here, getting through wholly, warding off nothing, devouring all, about all eating, before going back to the absolute void.

Antonin Artaud" —the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZF061S Softbound List Price $60.00
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