E-MAIL NEWSLETTER  06.25.14 Vol 13.26
 Table of Contents
 photo-eye Bookstore + Project Space
Lara Shipley & Antone Dolezal: Devil's Promenade
Booksigning & Talk at photo-eye's Bookstore & Project Space
Sunday, June 29th from 3-5pm
376-A Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501

We are happy to announce a portfolio of images from Lara Shipley and Antone Dolezal titled Devil's Promenade, a series looking into the folklore and legends surrounding the Spook Light phenomenon in the Ozarks. The Photographer's Showcase portfolio coincides with an exhibition at the photo-eye Bookstore + Project Space, as well as a book signing and talk on Sunday, June 29th from 3-5pm. Vol. 2 of Shipley and Dolezal's series of books, Spook Light Chronicles, has also just been released. Spook Light Chronicles Vol. 1 is sold out.

Shipley and Dolezal stopped by photo-eye Bookstore to talk about the series with photo-eye's Melanie McWhorter. Read more here.

Devil's Promenade exhibition continues at photo-eye Bookstore + Project Space at 376-A Garcia St, Santa Fe, through August 16th.

View Devil's Promenade on the Photographer's Showcase

Purchase signed copy of Spook Light Chronicles Vol. 2

For more information or to purchase a print, please contact Anne Kelly at 505-988-5152 x121 or anne@photoeye.com
 Book of the Week: A Pick by William L. Fox




Book of the Week: A Pick by William L. Fox
The Last Road by Anne Noble


"New Zealand photographer Anne Noble has traveled to the Antarctic as a visiting artist with both New Zealand and American government programs, and from those visits generated a body of work that effectively builds upon, extends, and then ultimately counters images made during the Heroic Age of Antarctic exploration of the early twentieth century... Noble is picturing the backside of civilization at the ends of the earth, and unlike most other photographers who have worked on the ice, she has taken a direct look at our relationship to this landscape not through the lens of the sublime, but rather through that of the constructed reality that is allowed to live and work there, albeit for only brief periods of time." —William L. Fox

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William L. Fox, Director of the Center for Art + Environment at the Nevada Museum of Art in Reno, Nevada, has variously been called an art critic, science writer, and cultural geographer. He has published fifteen books on cognition and landscape, numerous essays in art monographs, magazines and journals, and fifteen collections of poetry. Fox has researched and written books set in the extreme environments of the Antarctic, the Arctic, Chile, Nepal, and other locations. He is a fellow of both the Royal Geographical Society and Explorers Club and he is the recipient of fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, National Endowment for the Humanities, and National Science Foundation.
 photo-eye Book Review


War is Only Half the Story, Vol VI

"War is only Half the Story, Vol VI shows the work of the finalists in the Aftermath Project grant application. Michelle Frankfurter's Destino looks at migration from Latin America to the USA, Toy Soldiers by Simon Brann Thorpe is a more conceptual piece where real soldiers are posed as toy soldiers. Bon Amis by Michael Zumstein looks at the failure of Ivory Coast to overcome its violent past, while Chris Capoziello's For God, Race and Country is a tour of the Klu Klux Klan complete a picture of a young boy staring at a black doll hanging by the neck from a branch of a tree. The injustices of the past are also revisited in the work of the winner, Andrew Lichtenstein." — from Colin Pantall's review of War is Only Half the Story, Vol VI

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Eleven Years By Jen Davis

"Truth be told, when I fantasize about obtaining something seemingly out of reach, the role I play is always a perfected self, stacking the deck toward an achievable dream. When Jen Davis, overweight and out of touch with her looks, felt the sting of invisibility and absent love she took up the camera and for over a decade, looked at herself to get what she wanted. The photographs collected in Eleven Years examine both the real and the hypothetical; they are part self-portrait and part wishful thinking. If she couldn't see herself as attractive, Davis could create beautiful scenes of which she is an intrinsic part, and if she wasn't in love, she could orchestrate moments of intimacy and embrace." — from Karen Jenkins' review of Eleven Years By Jen Davis

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 Art Photo Index
Featured Artist: Frank Rodick

"I completed these images in 2011 and 2012. They draw from my experience of the life, death, and dying of my mother, who led a long life marked by its intersection with historical tragedy and a last chapter in which she endured nearly two decades of steadily advancing dementia." —Frank Rodick

View Frank Rodick's work on Art Photo Index
 photo-eye Auctions
We lead off this week's auction listing with an absolutely stellar inscribed copy of the 1964 El Mochuelo Gallery monograph on the work of Harry Callahan, included in Andrew Roth's The Book of 101 Books — considered the definitive survey of Callahan's varied career. Also up on the block:
  • Two wildly scarce Josef Koudelka titles: Divadlo za branou 1965-1970 (survey of early theater photography) & Periplanissis. Following Ulysses' Gaze — inscribed
  • Bertolt Brecht: Kriegsfibel (War Primer) — 1955 First Edition
  • Alec Soth: Sleeping by the Mississippi — Signed, First Edition, First Printing
  • Les Krims: Fictcryptokrimsographs — Limited Edition with Print

  • Bids shown below are current as of 4:56 pm MT, 06.25.2014
    If you have auction items (valued at $250 or more) to consign, please e-mail us.
    Auction Item High/Opening Bid Time Left  
    Harry Callahan: Photographs (El Mochuelo Gallery Monograph)--INSCRIBED Association Copy: Harry Callahan: Photographs (El Mochuelo Gallery Monograph)--INSCRIBED Association Copy $2,494
    21h 3m
     	Bertolt Brecht: Kriegsfibel (War Primer)--1955 First Edition!: Bertolt Brecht: Kriegsfibel (War Primer)--1955 First Edition! $295
    21h 8m
    Les Krims: Fictcryptokrimsographs (Limited Edition with Print!): Les Krims: Fictcryptokrimsographs (Limited Edition with Print!) $695
    21h 13m
    Graciela Iturbide: Pajaros (Limted Edition with Print): Graciela Iturbide: Pajaros (Limted Edition with Print) $395
    21h 18m
     Alec Soth: Sleeping by the Mississippi (SIGNED, First Edition, First Printing): Alec Soth: Sleeping by the Mississippi (SIGNED, First Edition, First Printing) $795
    21h 23m
    Alex Webb & Rebecca Norris Webb: Violet Isle (Limted Edition with Two Prints): Alex Webb & Rebecca Norris Webb: Violet Isle (Limted Edition with Two Prints) $895
    21h 28m
    Josef Koudelka: Fotografie. Divadlo za branou 1965-1970 (Theatre Beyond the Gate 1965-1970).: Josef Koudelka: Fotografie. Divadlo za branou 1965-1970 (Theatre Beyond the Gate 1965-1970). $295
    21h 38m
     	Josef Koudelka: Periplanissis. Following Ulysses' Gaze--INSCRIBED: Josef Koudelka: Periplanissis. Following Ulysses' Gaze--INSCRIBED $395
    21h 43m
    Garry Winogrand: Public Relations (Hardbound) +  The Animals (2 Books): Garry Winogrand: Public Relations (Hardbound) + The Animals (2 Books) $395
    21h 48m
    Lewis Baltz: Candlestick Point (Limited Edition) : Lewis Baltz: Candlestick Point (Limited Edition) $275
    21h 53m
    Robert Frank (with Jack Kerouac and Alfred Leslie): Pull My Daisy + Zero Mostel Reads a Book: Robert Frank (with Jack Kerouac and Alfred Leslie): Pull My Daisy + Zero Mostel Reads a Book $325
    21h 58m
    Bruce Weber (1991 Exhibition Catalogue)--Inscribed: Bruce Weber (1991 Exhibition Catalogue)--Inscribed $195
    22h 3m
    Keith Carter: Three Signed Books (The Blue Man + Mojo + From Uncertain to Blue): Keith Carter: Three Signed Books (The Blue Man + Mojo + From Uncertain to Blue) $195
    22h 8m
    Stephen Shore: 3 SIGNED Books: 2007 Phaidon Monograph + Mose + Nature of Photographs : Stephen Shore: 3 SIGNED Books: 2007 Phaidon Monograph + Mose + Nature of Photographs $245
    22h 18m
         Mario Carrieri: Milano, Italia   : Mario Carrieri: Milano, Italia $1,495
    22h 23m
    Joel-Peter Witkin (ed.): Harms Way (First Edition, SIGNED): Joel-Peter Witkin (ed.): Harms Way (First Edition, SIGNED) $95
    22h 33m
     photo-eye Gallery
    Last Fridays in the Railyard Arts District

    photo-eye Gallery is pleased to announce that we will participate in the Last Friday Art Walk with the Railyard galleries in Santa Fe this Friday, June 27th, from 5-7pm.

    Come enjoy the wonderful work of Richard Tuschman currently on view at photo-eye Gallery, located at 541 S. Guadalupe Street, Santa Fe, in addition to openings at our neighboring galleries in the Railyard!
     Review Santa Fe Events
    Review Santa Fe Public Events


    Photography lovers are encouraged to attend the events happening during the internationally renowned annual Review Santa Fe weekend conference.

    Portfolio Viewing
    Friday, June 27th, 6-8pm at the Farmers Market Pavilion
    Free and open to the public
    All 100 photographers open their portfolios to the public in a unique expo/exhibition-style format for a lively evening of face-to-face interactions with the artists. The Portfolio Viewing provides collectors and photo lovers with a rare opportunity to connect with some of the best photographers from around the globe covering today's important social, environmental, political and aesthetic issues.

    Artist Presentations
    June 27th-28th, Fri: 11am-1pm, Sat: 10am-5pm at Zane Bennett Contemporary
    Free and open to the public
    Photographers from all over the world present their work to the Santa Fe public to discuss and explore their projects in more depth during artist's presentations. Learn of current trends in contemporary practice as well as tips on how to survive and thrive as a working photographer.

    Party in Black & White
    June 28, 6:30-9:00PM at the Center for Contemporary Arts (CCA)
    $45 tickets, includes heavy hors d' oeuvres and wine

    Join the photographic vanguard and celebrate CENTERS 20th, Santa Fe Workshops 25th and Center for Contemporary Arts (CCA) 35th Anniversaries. This evening will include a presentation with award-winning photographer, Julie Blackmon, and will be followed by a chance to own a valuable piece of art in a photographic print auction and raffle. Photographic prints by two of photo-eye's represented artists, Julie Blackmon and Richard Tuschman, as well as prints by Tamas Dezso, Erika Diettes, David Favrod, Patrick Nagatani, Alec Soth, Phil Toledano & many more!

    Photographic Exhibitions
    Free and open to the public
    CENTER partners with the Santa Fe University of Art & Design to host an alumni exhibition Southwest Sojourns: Road to Nowhere held at the Marion Center for Photographic Arts, May 30-Aug 1, 2014, Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm.

    The CURVE: CENTER Award Winners will host a showcase of international award winners to be held at the Center for Contemporary Arts (CCA) from June 14-August 10, 2014. Thursday-Sunday, 12pm-5pm.

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     Santa Fe Photographic Workshops
    Santa Fe Photographic Workshops


    There's something about summer that opens our minds and imaginations, stirring the desire to learn and create. Push yourself in new directions with Creative Infrared Photography with virtuoso Laurie Klein, July 13-18. Refine your photographic vision by delving into symbolism, metaphor, and personal stories with Susan Burnstine's Visual Narratives, July 20-25. Re-ignite your imagination in Elizabeth Opalenik's The Art of Seeing, July 27-August 1. Embark on adventures in portraiture with Debbie Fleming Caffery's The Portrait Essay or Just Loomis' The Intimate Portrait: Connect With Your Subjects, both August 3-8. Grab your camera, pack your creative vision, and treat yourself to the experience of Santa Fe Workshops.

    Visit www.santafeworkshops.com for all the details and the full schedule of upcoming workshops.

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