E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  04.23.14 Vol 13.17
 Table of Contents
 We're Moving!
We're Moving!

We're thrilled to announce that after eight successful years in our 376-A Garcia Street location, photo-eye Gallery will be moving to a new space in the Railyard Arts District.

As part of this transition, photo-eye Bookstore will be moving into the current Gallery location. The bookstore will continue showing local and emerging artists in what we are now calling our Bookstore + Project Space at 376-A Garcia Street. Please stay tuned for more details about our exciting move, including the announcement of our first show in our wonderful, new Railyard space.

Thank you for your continued support!

Rixon Reed
 photo-eye Bookstore Opening
photo-eye is pleased to announce an exhibition of images by Tony Bonanno

Synergy: Studies of the Female Nudes Shot in the Galisteo Basin
Opening Reception: Friday, April 25th, 2014 from 6-8 pm
Exhibition runs through June 6th, 2014
photo-eye Bookstore + Project Space is located at 376-A Garcia Street, Santa Fe NM 87501

photo-eye Books is pleased to host Tony Bonanno: Synergy, an exhibition of the artist's female nude study in the Galisteo Basin. In this new portfolio, Bonanno utilizes the graceful contours of his model to enhance his portrayal of geologic outcroppings and skies in this arid New Mexico landscape.

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Interested in seeing more work or purchasing a photograph? Email Melanie McWhorter.

 Book of the Week: A Pick by Martin Parr

Book of the Week: A Pick by Martin Parr
i by Eamonn Doyle

"Street photography is one of the most difficult genres to find a new vision within. From time to time a photographer finds a voice and makes an original contribution to this development, and often a book celebrates that achievement. I am thinking of the likes of Bruce Gilden's Facing New York and Philip-Lorca diCorcia's MOMA book. So when this book by Eamonn Doyle arrived at my doorstep I was quite taken aback. This unknown photographer had shot on the streets of Dublin, often from behind the subjects, and produced a most lyrical set of photographs and a wonderful book. Self-published, with an edition of 750, it has to be one of this year's sleepers as this compelling contribution to street photography makes its mark." —Martin Parr

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Order a copy of i by Eamonn Doyle. A few signed copies will become available.

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Martin Parr is a photographer, a curator and editor. Volume 3 of The Photobook, A History was published last month and he is currently working on a book about the history of Chinese photobooks. http://www.martinparr.com
 photo-eye Photographer's Showcase
Photographer's Showcase: Bear Kirkpatrick

photo-eye Gallery is pleased to announce a new portfolio, Wallportraits, by Bear Kirkpatrick. The new series brings together exquisite studio portraiture and seminal paintings throughout art history. We asked Kirkpatrick to tell us about the new work. —Erin Azouz

View the new portfolio by Bear Kirkpatrick

Read the interview on photo-eye Blog

For more information about Bear Kirkpatrick, or to purchase a photograph, please contact the gallery by email or call 505-988-5152 ext. 202.
 photo-eye Book Review

State By Paolo Woods and Arnaud Robert

"There are many ready ways to look at the State of Haiti and the state it's in; photographer Paolo Woods and journalist Arnaud Robert masterfully make the subject their own in this collaborative work. They foreground the constant attention of an international community that has followed the maelstrom of political corruption, natural disaster, persistent poverty and other ills in this island nation." — from Karen Jenkins' review of State By Paolo Woods and Arnaud Robert

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Deletrix By Joan Fontcuberta

"Deletrix presents a collection of photographs of censored documents in the collection of European libraries, an on-going project by Joan Fontcuberta. With dates spanning between the 15th and 20th centuries, the images depict a range of scholarly, historical, religious and artistic texts, all the victims of censorship... By viewing historical censorship are we able to understand something fundamental about current battles for freedom of expression?" — from Sarah Bradley's review of Deletrix By Joan Fontcuberta

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Eden and After By Nan Goldin

"People change, and Nan Goldin clearly has. Instead of holding her to some prior standard let's forget the past for a moment and examine the current work at face value. In simplest terms, Eden and After is a collection of photographs of children made over the past three plus decades... Most of the subjects are close family and friends, and Goldin has gotten very intimate access. The photos are all shot from immediate range and in varying stages of exposure, in various locations around the world." — from Blake Andrews' review of Eden and After By Nan Goldin

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 Art Photo Index
Featured Artist: Tomasz Tomaszewski

"Elmina is a town situated on a south-facing bay on the Atlantic Ocean coast of Ghana, and the first European (Portuguese) settlement in the West Africa. The location of Elmina made it a significant site for provisioning ships headed south towards the Cape of Good Hope on their way to India. Today with a population of 33,000 people Elmina still remains as a fishing town. Children are an important part of that industry." —Tomasz Tomaszewski

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 Santa Fe Events
Walter W. Nelson
Walter W. Nelson
Walter W. Nelson: The Black Place - Two Seasons

Opening Reception and Book Signing: Friday, May 2, 5-7pm
at Chiaroscuro Contemporary Art, 702 1/2 Canyon Road on Gypsy Alley, Santa Fe, NM 87501

Chiaroscuro Contemporary Art presents the photography of Walter W. Nelson's, The Black Place - Two Seasons. Between the inspiration of O'Keeffe's drawings and paintings made there throughout her career and a study of the unique geological history of the area, Nelson has immersed himself in the landscape. His numerous visits and careful observations have fostered a deep and personal understanding of this mysterious place that is evident in his photography.

Order a signed copy of The Black Place - Two Seasons
 photo-eye Auctions
Check out the return of Eric's Photobook Remix (#13, the Easter Edition), featuring Ferdinando Scianna's Feste religiose in Sicilia paired with the haunting, utterly otherworldly Ethiopian sounds of Alèmu Aga. Thanks as always for looking.

Bids shown below are current as of 1:57 pm MT, 04.23.2014
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High/Opening Bid Time Left  
 	Viviane Sassen: Flamboya (SIGNED): Viviane Sassen: Flamboya (SIGNED) $795
1d 0h 2m
Ferdinando Scianna: Feste religiose in Sicilia: Ferdinando Scianna: Feste religiose in Sicilia $595
1d 0h 7m
 Shinya Fujiwara: American Roulette: Shinya Fujiwara: American Roulette $245
1d 0h 12m
 	Daido Moriyama: Sashin yo Sayonara (Bye Bye Photography, Dear): Daido Moriyama: Sashin yo Sayonara (Bye Bye Photography, Dear) $3,600
1d 0h 17m
 	Daido Moriyama: Japanese Theater (Japan, A Photo Theater): Daido Moriyama: Japanese Theater (Japan, A Photo Theater) $795
1d 0h 22m
Ugo Mulas: New York: The New Art Scene (INSCRIBED): Ugo Mulas: New York: The New Art Scene (INSCRIBED) $2,995
1d 0h 27m
Ansel Adams: Taos Pueblo. (1977 Facsimile Edition): Ansel Adams: Taos Pueblo. (1977 Facsimile Edition) $1,395
1d 0h 37m
 	André Kertész: The Manchester Collection (SIGNED Limited Edition!): André Kertész: The Manchester Collection (SIGNED Limited Edition!) $745
1d 0h 42m
J.H. Lartigue: Diary of a Century (First Edition!): J.H. Lartigue: Diary of a Century (First Edition!) $265
1d 0h 47m
Robert Frank: Lines of My Hand (1972 First Edition): Robert Frank: Lines of My Hand (1972 First Edition) $2,695
1d 0h 52m
Frank Breuer: Logos Warehouses Containers: Frank Breuer: Logos Warehouses Containers $225
1d 0h 57m
Saul Leiter (2008 Monograph, SIGNED): Saul Leiter (2008 Monograph, SIGNED) $395
1d 1h 2m
Josef Sudek (Rare 1964 Artia Monograph): Josef Sudek (Rare 1964 Artia Monograph) $295
1d 1h 7m
	Danny Lyon: Knave of Hearts (Signed Limited Edition)  : Danny Lyon: Knave of Hearts (Signed Limited Edition) $695
1d 1h 12m
Aenne Biermann : 60 Fotos     : Aenne Biermann : 60 Fotos $395
1d 1h 17m

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