E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  06.12.13 Vol 12.77
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 Audio�from�Artist�Talk�with�John�Delaney�&�Svjetlana�Tepavcevic
Audio from Artist Talk & Reception with John Delaney & Svjetlana Tepavcevic

In addition to hosting the Review Santa Fe 100 in the gallery and bookstore this week, photo-eye also hosted an artist reception and talk with the two photographers currently on view in our gallery: John Delaney and Svjetlana Tepavcevic. Both photographers spoke about their work, how their projects came to fruition, the importance of the photographic print and described their working methods.

Hear the audio from the event on the photo-eye Blog.
 photo-eye�Book�Reviews
Gordon Parks: A Harlem Family 1967

"A Harlem Family 1967 takes its name from Gordon Parks' photo essay first published in LIFE magazine as part of a series on urban poverty and race. In its look back at the desperate struggles of the Fontenelle family at that place and time, this exhibition catalog is a certain object lesson in context. Its page by page reproduction of the original magazine spreads delineates how Parks' photographs were originally seen, how images and words were crafted in LIFE's particular style and syntax." — from Karen Jenkins' review of A Harlem Family 1967 by Gordon Parks

Read the entire review on photo-eye Blog.

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Roy Flukinger: Arnold Newman: At Work

"After his death Newman's vast archives were transferred to the Harry Ransom Center in Texas for study and preservation. Now 7 years later the bulk of it has been sifted through and mixed into a wonderful new book by Roy Flukinger, Arnold Newman: At Work. This is a behind the scenes look into the mind and work habits of a photographic giant. For Newman fans the book will be required reading, but the audience isn't limited to them." — from Blake Andrews' review of Arnold Newman: At Work edited by Roy Flukinger

Read the entire review on photo-eye Blog.

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Jaime Permuth: Yonkeros

"There are books of photographs and then there are books made by Photographers with a capital P. Yonkeros by Jaime Permuth is one of the latter. The pictures show a place that is simple and direct, with a complicated present. Permuth takes the reader to Willets Point, roughly eight blocks small and just behind the new Citi Field, inside the junkyards, auto repair and tire shops that make up one of the last working man's havens in New York. What is not shown are the forces working against Willets Point to turn it into another corporate sports haven." — from Tom Leininger's review of Yonkeros by Jaime Permuth

Read the entire review on photo-eye Blog.

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 Art�Photo�Index


Featured Artist: Dave Jordano
 Announcing�the�Specialty�Nudes/Human�Form�Newsletter
Specialty Nudes/Human Form Newsletter

In the past, photo-eye has promoted a variety of books on the nude with themes of human form, abstract bodies studies, and erotica through a specialty printed catalogue. With the end of the printed publication, we stopped curating many books on the nude into our selection. Recently, we have discovered books like Brigitte Carnochan's Floating World and realized that there are wonderful, esoteric and/or self-published books on the human form that our collectors should know about. For this reason, we are starting a specialty newsletter with this specific interest.

For more information on the Nudes/Human Form newsletter or to sign up, click here.

Read the first installment of this specialty newsletter on the photo-eye Blog.
 photo-eye�Auctions
Publications by the madly prolific Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki are now said to number well over 400. But he had to start somewhere. Following his now highly sought-after self-published efforts, the Xerox Photo Albums (1970) and Sentimental Journey (1971), Oh, Nippon! was his very first conventionally published book. Other rare Japanese titles are on the block this week, including the rare self-published 1963 monograph by Yasuhiro Yoshioka (probably best known as the cinematographer for renowned director Nagisa Oshima); the idiosyncratically designed Tokyoites (Tokyo-Jin) by Yutaka Takanashi (SIGNED) and Hiroshi Hamaya's visceral 1960 protest book Record of Anger and Sadness [Ikari to Kanashimi no Kiroku].

Also on the block this week, a dazzling work of Chinese propaganda that highlights the relationship between state power, architecture and photography, The Great Hall of the People, a portfolio of 20 photographs. Aperture set to release a history of Chinese photobooks in the spring of 2014.

PLUS, the rare first monograph by Hiroshi Sugimoto (1988); a lot of three books by 'Existentialist' Danish master Krass Clement, including stunning 'city books' on Paris and Berlin and MORE. Be sure to check out Eric's presentation below! Thanks as always for looking!!


Bids shown below are current as of 1:28 pm MT, 06.12.2013
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High/Opening Bid Time Left  
Nobuyoshi Araki: Oh Nippon! : Nobuyoshi Araki: Oh Nippon! $1,995
1d 0h 31m
Yasuhiro Yoshioka [Self-Pulbished, 1962 Monograph by Famed Cinematographer to Oshima]: Yasuhiro Yoshioka [Self-Pulbished, 1962 Monograph by Famed Cinematographer to Oshima] $425
1d 0h 36m
Ed Templeton: Teenage Smokers (First Edition!) : Ed Templeton: Teenage Smokers (First Edition!) $295
1d 0h 41m
Yutaka Takanashi: Tokyoites (Tokyo-Jin)--SIGNED: Yutaka Takanashi: Tokyoites (Tokyo-Jin)--SIGNED $895
1d 0h 46m
Robert Adams: Close at Hand (Limited Edition, 1/100) + Eden: Robert Adams: Close at Hand (Limited Edition, 1/100) + Eden $325
1d 0h 51m
(Anonymous) The Great Hall of the People (Portfolio of Twenty Photos): (Anonymous) The Great Hall of the People (Portfolio of Twenty Photos) $1,995
1d 0h 56m
Krass Clement:  Skygger Af �jeblikke + Berlin Notat + Paris. Carnet de recherche (3 Books): Krass Clement: Skygger Af �jeblikke + Berlin Notat + Paris. Carnet de recherche (3 Books) $1,495
1d 1h 1m
 	Hiroshi Sugimoto: Sugimoto (Dioramas, Theaters, Seascapes--1988 Exhibition Catalogue) : Hiroshi Sugimoto: Sugimoto (Dioramas, Theaters, Seascapes--1988 Exhibition Catalogue) $995
1d 1h 6m
 	Larry Sultan: Pictures from Home: Larry Sultan: Pictures from Home $295
1d 1h 16m
Lazlo Moholy-Nagy: Vision in Motion (1st Edition in Scarce Dust Jacket!): Lazlo Moholy-Nagy: Vision in Motion (1st Edition in Scarce Dust Jacket!) $195
1d 1h 21m
Michael Lesy: Wisconsin Death Trip: Michael Lesy: Wisconsin Death Trip $195
1d 1h 31m
 Hiroshi Hamaya: Record of Anger and Sadness [Ikari to Kanashimi no Kiroku]  : Hiroshi Hamaya: Record of Anger and Sadness [Ikari to Kanashimi no Kiroku] $265
1d 1h 36m
 Book�of�the�Week
Viviane Sassen: <em>Sol & Luna</em> Viviane Sassen: Sol & Luna

"In 2009 we initiated this project for Swedish clothing brand Our Legacy. Luckily the project was finalized as a lovely little hardbound book — but unfortunately it rapidly sold out. So by our internal desire and a massive public request we hereby publish a revised Second Edition." —the publisher READ MORE

Cat# ZF470H Hardbound List Price: $54.00
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<em>Sol & Luna</em>


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