E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  05.29.13 Vol 12.75
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 photo-eye Gallery - Events
Photographs by John Delaney & Svjetlana Tepavcevic

Artist Reception Wednesday, June 5, 2013, Reception 5-7 pm, Artist Talk 6 pm
photo-eye Gallery is located at 376-A Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Exhibitions run through July 12, 2013.

photo-eye Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of photographs by John Delaney and Svjetlana Tepavcevic. John Delaney's silver gelatin photographs depict an ancient Kazakh nomad tradition of hunting with golden eagles. Svjetlana Tepavcevic gathers the seedpods of various trees and plant-life and photographs her finds in her studio. Join us for an artist reception and talk with both artists on June 5 from 5-7 pm.

View John Delaney's work
View Svjetlana Tepavcevic's work

For more information or to arrange an interview please contact Anne Kelly at 505-988-5158 x 121 or anne@photoeye.com.
 photo-eye Book Reviews
Garry Winogrand

"Most photographers are lucky to receive one major museum retrospective. Garry Winogrand has had two. So far. Figments From the Real World, curated in 1988 at MoMA by Winogrand's patron and champion John Szarkowski, was meant to be the final verdict. But a quarter century later the shine of that show has faded, at least in the eyes of Winogrand's colleague and friend Leo Rubinfien. His blockbuster retrospective currently at SFMoMA reconsiders the photographer from a variety of perspectives, but primarily as a symbol of post-war exuberance." — from Blake Andrews' review of Garry Winogrand

Read the entire review on photo-eye Blog.

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AMC2 Journal Issue 4

"Unlike the exhibition, which was purposely designed to subvert a linear, filmic viewing pattern, the book has a distinct cinematic quality. The modestly sized perfect-bound paperback features a selection of about 200 images. Each page is folded at the edge, giving the sense that the whole interior could pull out like an accordion fold, creating a continuous strip of images. The pages are, in fact, tightly contained, but just the suggestion - and the few images that actually wrap around the edge onto the following page - is enough to give the book a particular sense of continuity." — from Sarah Bradley's review of AMC2 Journal Issue 4 by The Archive of Modern Conflict

Read the entire review on photo-eye Blog.

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David Lynch: Paris Photo

"Art fairs are corrosive beasts. The convenience they provide collectors by gathering so much work in one space is often at odds with actually seeing work in any intelligent fashion. Although a lot has been said and written about art fairs and their effects on artists and the art market, not all fairs are bad. For photographers, and lovers of photography, Paris Photo is probably the preeminent fair. While Paris Photo shares some of the shortcomings of many fairs, there's a lot more good than bad. Paris Photo, an anthology selected by David Lynch and edited by Julien Frydman, is an idiosyncratic record and guided tour of Paris Photo 2012 that showcases Lynch's favorite photographs from the fair. What at first glance appears to be a bloated catalog of photos for sale (the kind of art fair catalog you might pick up only to recycle once you're home) is actually a smart collection of odd and wonderful photographs only Lynch could compile." — from Adam Bell's review of Paris Photo by David Lynch

Read the entire review on photo-eye Blog.

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 In-Print Photobook Video Series
In-Print Photobook Video Series: Timeline by Tom Young

In video #23 of our In-Print Photobook series, Erin Azouz shares with us Timeline by Tom Young published by George F. Thompson Publishing.

Watch it on the photo-eye Blog.

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 Signed Books
Signed In Stock Books

In another of our occasional series of posts highlighting in stock titles, we've selected four wonderful signed titles: The Thirty-Two Inch Ruler / Map Of Babylon by John Gossage, Heaven by Paul Kooiker, MOSE by Stephen Shore, and Nirai by Manabu Someya. Copies are limited. Read more about these books on photo-eye Blog.
 Great Little Photobooks Under $30
Great Little Photobooks Under $30

"Collecting photobooks is endlessly rewarding in and of itself, but the habit will certainly cost you. Thankfully, photo-eye stocks a great number of photobooks under $30. For this installment, we focus on three exquisite monographs. A love doll factory in China provides the fascinating backdrop for the photographs in Marco Van Duyvendijk's Love Doll Factory ($22 signed), teenage apathy inspires Charlie White's Such Appetite ($18), and finally, we traipse through a summery backyard with Catherine Angel's three daughters in My Daughters ($7). In addition to these three fantastic titles, Melanie McWhorter also recently explored Andy Mattern's Driven Snow ($20 signed) in our In-Print Photobook Video Series. That video can be seen here." — from Erin Azouz's post on the photo-eye Blog.

Read the entire post here.
 Art Photo Index

Featured Artist: Ion Zupcu
 photo-eye Auctions
The proverbial boat has come in here at photo-eye Auctions! We are thrilled to offer one of the more extraordinary lots in the almost ten year history of photo-eye Auctions: All four of William Klein's seminal 'city books'—New York, Rome, Tokyo & Moscow—ALL SIGNED! In a review of the recent Tate Modern exhibition "Klein + Moriyama: New York Tokyo Film Photography" on the blog 1000 Words, Rachel Ridge writes, "There is an inherent urgency about Klein's practice that speaks to some kind of post war hysteria... A man on a manic quest for his own truth and always trying to break down the façade... Laying things as bare as he can, the American dream seems to shatter slightly every time Klein clicks. The war may have been over but a new one was being waged."

Also featured this week: five signed books in three lots by Swedish phenom JH Engström, beginning with his very first monograph Härbärge (Shelter) —incredibly rare! Plus, in one lot, Haunts + Sketch of Home and, in another, CDG/JHE (Charles De Gaule Airport) + La Residence.

AND MORE: Thomas Struth's Museum Photographs (1993 true first edition; signed); Rob Pruitt's wryly blasphemous Holy Crap; the protest classic Algerien by Dirk Alvermann (first edition) and MORE. Check out Eric's presentation below! Thanks as always for looking!

Don't Forget: All books shown in the Post-Auction Sale Inventory are available at the low opening bid prices shown!

With more traffic than ever before and new bidders coming on board all the time, it's a fantastic time to consign! For inquiries regarding the sale your fine photobooks and/or prints, contact Eric Miles, Director of Rare Books & Online Auctions.
Bids shown below are current as of 3:36 pm MT, 05.29.2013
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High/Opening Bid Time Left  
William Klein: New York + Rome + Moscow + Tokyo (4 'City'  Books, 1956-1964---ALL SIGNED 1st Eds.!): William Klein: New York + Rome + Moscow + Tokyo (4 'City' Books, 1956-1964---ALL SIGNED 1st Eds.!) $12,500
22h 23m
Rob Pruitt: Holy Crap: Rob Pruitt: Holy Crap $395
22h 28m
JH Engström: CDG/JHE [Charles De Gaule Airport] + La Residence (BOTH SIGNED!): JH Engström: CDG/JHE [Charles De Gaule Airport] + La Residence (BOTH SIGNED!) $395
22h 38m
JH Engström: Härbärge [Shelter]--SIGNED! : JH Engström: Härbärge [Shelter]--SIGNED! $595
22h 43m
 JH Engstöm: Haunts (SIGNED)  +  Sketch of Home (SIGNED, Limited Edition of 250!) 	: JH Engstöm: Haunts (SIGNED) + Sketch of Home (SIGNED, Limited Edition of 250!) $395
22h 48m
Thomas Struth: Museum Photographs (1993 True 1st Ed.; SIGNED!): Thomas Struth: Museum Photographs (1993 True 1st Ed.; SIGNED!) $695
22h 53m
Bruce Weber: Bear Pond (INSCRIBED in Year of Publication!): Bruce Weber: Bear Pond (INSCRIBED in Year of Publication!) $425
22h 58m
Dirk Alvermann: Algerien (First Edition!!): Dirk Alvermann: Algerien (First Edition!!) $615
23h 3m
Sally Mann: Proud Flesh (SIGNED): Sally Mann: Proud Flesh (SIGNED) $275
23h 3m
Larry Clark: Teenage Lust (SIGNED 1st Ed., with SIGNED Extras!): Larry Clark: Teenage Lust (SIGNED 1st Ed., with SIGNED Extras!) $695
23h 13m

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 Book of the Week
Anders Petersen: <EM>Rome, A Diary 2012</EM> Anders Petersen: Rome, A Diary 2012—Signed

"Anders Petersen comes back to photograph Rome seven years after his 'Commission.' This time around, his work is different and yet the same. Petersen is more fragile; the season beckons him to Rome with one fixed thought: love. He wants to photograph people who love one another. In reality, he is looking for his own love: Julia. She arrives and stays for a week. She becomes the key with which Anders unlocks the city. It all starts with his portraits of Julia, and then proceeds through a timeless world with which the city complies, in what seems to be the very same Rome that Anders and Julia encountered many years ago when, fresh out of adolescence, they visited the city: old cars, lesser-known monuments, the zoo, a variety of animals and events, never-changing Ostia, bars, and many people.

Limited editon of 40 signed and numbered copies." —the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZF285H Hardbound List Price: $200.00
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<EM>Rome, A Diary 2012</EM>

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