E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  05.14.14 Vol 13.20
 Table�of�Contents
 Book�of�the�Week:�A�Pick�by�Barry�Hughes




Book of the Week: A Pick by Barry Hughes
III by Robin Maddock


"The small white ball and other small white interventions that continuously bounce through the monochromatic landscape of Robin Maddock's III are utterances, glances, skipped-beats and double takes; they represent tiny moments when the rules of life (or indeed photography) become arbitrary. The refined photographs of contrasting light and deep shadows suggest an underlying seriousness, transcending them from play to game. Moments of quotidian beauty are created from the simplest of gesture, with mirth injected into a seemingly concrete existence." —Barry Hughes

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Barry W. Hughes is a photographer who writes on the subject too. He has published SuperMassiveBlackHole online photography magazine since 2009. http://smbhmag.com
 Photographer's�Showcase
Photographer's Showcase: Ken Rosenthal's That Was The River, This Is The Sea

photo-eye Gallery is pleased to announce the new portfolio That Was The River, This Is The Sea by Ken Rosenthal on the Photographer's Showcase. Ken Rosenthal's dreamy, surreal photographs weave universal themes into personal narratives. His work explores the many rigorous cycles of life and death, love and loss and the ephemeral and sensual nature of one's own experience of these cycles. We sat down with Ken when he was in Santa Fe to discuss the work, the evolution of his style, and his love of making silver-gelatin prints.

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 photo-eye�Book�Review


Sheets By Rinko Kawauchi

"What does Rinko Kawauchi really care about? Nature? Light? The Mundane? Looking at her photographs it's clear she has concern for all those things. But so do many photographers. In fact such subjects are very common fodder, inspiring some of the most boring photographs in history. Think of Hallmark cards or stock photographs of fireworks and babies and water drops teetering on edge. But Kawauchi's certainly aren't boring. Why not? What is she doing differently? What is at the heart of them? What does she really care about?" — from Blake Andrews' review of Sheets By Rinko Kawauchi

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The 99 / The 9 By Katy Grannan

"Despite its fertility and proximity to the wealth of Los Angeles and San Francisco, California's Central Valley has long been an area of entrenched poverty — an area to be driven past on the way to somewhere much less celebrated or visited... Inspired in part by [Dorothea] Lange, and building on her own work in California since 2006, Katy Grannan's two-volume book, The 99 and The 9, explores the region and its inhabitants through a series of unsettling and evocative color portraits and black & white landscapes." — from Adam Bell's review of The 99 / The 9 By Katy Grannan

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 Interview�with�Janet�Delaney
Interview: Janet Delaney on South of Market

"I felt an urgency to document the neighborhood because I could see how rapidly it was changing from working class to urban class. I showed the work as an audiovisual piece at community meetings that were trying to insure local residents had a stake in the new convention center. I hung the prints at a gay bar and frankly, any place anyone offered to exhibit it from here to Nova Scotia. I always included��� plenty of text. Everywhere the work was shown people recognized the signs of gentrification because it was happening in all the cities."
— Janet Delaney on South of Market

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 photo-eye�Auctions
Leading off this week's auction listings, Ed Ruscha's quietly paradigm-smashing Every Building on the Sunset Strip, along with its more recently discovered Japanese predecessor Ginza Kaiwai. Ginza Haccho, included in Martin Parr & Gerry Badger's The Photobook: A History.



Bids shown below are current as of 2:15 pm MT, 05.14.2014
If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
Auction Item High/Opening Bid Time Left  
  Ed Ruscha: Every Building on Sunset Strip : Ed Ruscha: Every Building on Sunset Strip $1,395
23h 44m
Yoshikazu Suzuki and Shohachi Kimura: Ginza Kaiwai. Ginza Haccho: Yoshikazu Suzuki and Shohachi Kimura: Ginza Kaiwai. Ginza Haccho $2,495
23h 49m
David Galjaard: Conresco : David Galjaard: Conresco $265
23h 54m
Adam Bartos: Kosmos (Limited Edition with Print): Adam Bartos: Kosmos (Limited Edition with Print) $895
23h 59m
Ken Ohara: One (1st Edition, SIGNED): Ken Ohara: One (1st Edition, SIGNED) $1,295
1d 0h 4m
Teruyoshi Hayashida: Take Ivy   : Teruyoshi Hayashida: Take Ivy $395
1d 0h 19m
Bunyo Ishikawa: Chien Tranh Giai Phong Viet Nam: Bunyo Ishikawa: Chien Tranh Giai Phong Viet Nam $395
1d 0h 19m
Stephen Gill: Coexistence (SIGNED): Stephen Gill: Coexistence (SIGNED) $295
1d 0h 24m
Brad Zellar: Conductors of the Moving World: Brad Zellar: Conductors of the Moving World $295
1d 0h 29m
Hiroshi Sugimoto: Theaters (Ltd. Ed. with Signed Gravure Print!): Hiroshi Sugimoto: Theaters (Ltd. Ed. with Signed Gravure Print!) $2,495
1d 0h 34m
 Lee Friedlander: America By Car (SIGNED LTD) + New Mexico (SIGNED)--2 Books: Lee Friedlander: America By Car (SIGNED LTD) + New Mexico (SIGNED)--2 Books $350
1d 0h 39m
Chauncey Hare: Interior America: Chauncey Hare: Interior America $295
1d 0h 39m
Josef Koudelka: Lime: Josef Koudelka: Lime $395
1d 0h 44m
 	Ralph Gibson: The Somnambulist (SIGNED): Ralph Gibson: The Somnambulist (SIGNED) $195
1d 0h 49m
William Eggleston: Elvis at Graceland (in shrink wrap): William Eggleston: Elvis at Graceland (in shrink wrap) $295
1d 0h 54m
Edward Burtynsky: China. The Next Industrial Revolution (SIGNED): Edward Burtynsky: China. The Next Industrial Revolution (SIGNED) $195
1d 0h 59m
Michael Kenna: Hokkaido (SIGNED Limited Edition): Michael Kenna: Hokkaido (SIGNED Limited Edition) $195
1d 1h 4m

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