E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  09.18.13 Vol 12.91
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 New�York�Art�Book�Fair
photo-eye is pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at the New York Art Book Fair to be held at MoMA PS1 from September 19th-22nd, 2013. We will have a wide variety of in-print, self-published, signed books and zines and a wonderful selection of out-of-print photobooks from our store and online Auction.

We will also host a book signing with Todd Hido for his new book Excerpts from Silver Meadows on Friday, September 20th at 4pm. We hope you'll stop by for the book signing, browse our wonderful selection and say hello to Rixon, Melanie, Eric and Vicki.

For more info on the New York Art Book Fair, visit the website.
 Nick�Brandt's�Across�the�Ravaged�Land
Ranger with Tusks of Killed Elephant, Amboseli 2011
Ranger with Tusks of Killed Elephant, Amboseli 2011
Opening & Artist Reception Friday, September 27th, 5-7 pm
Exhibition runs Friday, September 27th through November 2013
photo-eye Gallery is located at 376-A Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501


photo-eye Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of photographs by Nick Brandt. The exhibition celebrates the first release of new work by Brandt in two years and a new book, Across the Ravaged Land, published by Abrams. Across the Ravaged Land is the third and final volume in Nick Brandt's trilogy documenting the disappearing natural world and animals of East Africa. Combined with the titles of Brandt's first two books, this book reveals the title of the completed trilogy: "On This Earth, A Shadow Falls Across The Ravaged Land."

Across the Ravaged Land offers a darker vision of the world that Brandt has been photographing for the last decade, a world still filled with a stunning beauty, but now tragically tainted and quickly disappearing at the hands of man.

Order a signed copy of Across the Ravaged Land
View Nick Brandt's portfolios on photo-eye Gallery

For more information please contact Anne Kelly at 505-988-5159 x 121 or anne@photoeye.com
 Book�of�the�Week:�A�Pick�by�Klara�K�llstr�m




Book of the Week: A Pick by Rob Hornstra
Black Sea of Concrete by Rafal Milach


"Early 2011 I bought my first (and also one of my last) book from Blurb. It was the book Black Sea of Concrete from the emerging Polish photographer Rafal Milach (who is now a member of INSTITUTE). I am not fond of Blurb productions. But I loved the work, which is a beautifully dark poetic road story on the Ukrainian Black Sea Coast. Recently the book has been republished, this time a beautiful large offset edition in a customized blue linen box. The work has finally been given the exquisite publication that it deserved." — Rob Hornstra

Read Adam Bell's review of Black Sea of Concrete

Reserve a copy here.

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Rob Hornstra is a photographer and self-publisher of slow-form documentary work. In 2009, together with the writer and filmmaker Arnold van Bruggen, he started The Sochi Project, which over five years would document the area of Olympic Sochi. He is the founder and former artistic director of FOTODOK - International Space for Documentary Photography in Utrecht. Hornstra is represented by Flatland Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
 Art�Photo�Index
Featured Artist: John Cyr
 photo-eye�Book�Reviews


Daan Paans: Letters From Utopia

"Letters from Utopia is an investigation into the practical search for immortality. The book is arranged in a sort of chronology, but also in an order indicating the evolution of human thought on the subject. A collection of five dossiers, each opens with an introduction of the subject before presenting a series of captioned photographs with the occasional snippet of related text sharing the page. Text and image are working in tandem here, setting us on a meticulous path guided by a light authorial voice." — from Sarah Bradley's review of Letters From Utopia by Daan Paans

Read more on the photo-eye Blog
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David Moore: Pictures From The Real World

"In England, they say that it's grim up north; grim because of the weather, the cities, the houses and (sometimes) the people. And when the economic climate is grim, as it still was for many in the late 1980s, then the grimness is amplified. Pictures From The Real World is a visual exploration of the grimness of people's homes; it's the World of Grimteriors if you like. David Moore's prowling of the council estates of Derby, knocking on doors to get a picture of what lies behind, paid off with a particular vision of the (still) depressed Britain of the late 1980s." — from Colin Pantall's review of Pictures From The Real World by David Moore

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 In-Print�Photobook�Video�Series


Gregoire Eloy: A Black Matter

In video #35 of our In-Print Photobook series, Melanie McWhorter shares with us A Black Matter by Gregoire Eloy, published by Journal.

Watch the video on the photo-eye Blog
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 From�Our�Flat�Files
Left: White Leaf by James Pitts, Right: Element IV by Chaco Terada
Left: White Leaf by James Pitts, Right: Element IV by Chaco Terada
New in the Flat Files: Photographs by James Pitts & Chaco Terada

"The flat files at photo-eye Gallery house hundreds of photographs from over thirty represented artists working in a wide variety of techniques, from digital archival pigment printing to traditional wet darkroom printing. I've pulled together some images and information about new work from James Pitts and Chaco Terada. The two artists are masterful print makers, employing different processes to describe the beauty and fragility of the natural world." —Erin Azouz

View the new photographs and read more on photo-eye Blog
 photo-eye�Auctions
This week's auction highlights include:
  • Shuji Terayama: Phototh�que Imaginaire de Shuji Terayama
  • Dr. H (Hans) Killian: Facies Dolorosa
  • [Anonymous] Chile ayer hoy (Chile Yesterday Today)
  • Gy�rgy L�rinczy: New York, New York
  • Andy Warhol's Exposures (with multiple signatures from Warhol & others!)

  • Bids shown below are current as of 4:24 pm MT, 09.25.2013
    If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
    Auction Item High/Opening Bid Time Left  
    Shuji Terayama: Phototh�que Imaginaire de Shuji Terayama: Les Gens de la Famille Chien-Dieu: Shuji Terayama: Phototh�que Imaginaire de Shuji Terayama: Les Gens de la Famille Chien-Dieu $400
    Auction Ended
    Enrique Bostelmann: America: Un viaje a traves de la injusticia (America: Journey Through Injustice): Enrique Bostelmann: America: Un viaje a traves de la injusticia (America: Journey Through Injustice) $1,995
    Auction Ended
    Gy�rgy L�rinczy: New York, New York : Gy�rgy L�rinczy: New York, New York $1,095
    Auction Ended
    Andy Warhol's Exposures (with Mulitiple Signatures from Warhol & Others!): Andy Warhol's Exposures (with Mulitiple Signatures from Warhol & Others!) $2,995
    Auction Ended
     	Guido Guidi: Varianti (Variations) : Guido Guidi: Varianti (Variations) $750
    Auction Ended
    Susan Meiselas: Carnival Strippers (1st edition): Susan Meiselas: Carnival Strippers (1st edition) $395
    Auction Ended
    Dr. H (Hans) Killian: Facies Dolorosa : Dr. H (Hans) Killian: Facies Dolorosa $615
    Auction Ended
     	Bernhard Wicki & Georg Ramseger: Zwei Gramm Licht (Two Grams of Light) : Bernhard Wicki & Georg Ramseger: Zwei Gramm Licht (Two Grams of Light) $300
    Auction Ended
    [Anonymous] Chlie ayer hoy (Chile Yesterday Today)--The Latin American Photobook: [Anonymous] Chlie ayer hoy (Chile Yesterday Today)--The Latin American Photobook $295
    Auction Ended


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