This 40-year retrospective features a very impressive selection of Sammallahti's work with approximately 239 plates. Sammallahti is known for his masterfully printed silver gelatin prints, Here Far Away does a great job of reproducing his prints with subtle grey tones and deep blacks.
This well designed monograph features approximately 15 years of work by Tom Chambers. Starting with his Ex Votos series, and ending with Dreaming in Reveres, recent montages from recent travels in Mexico, with other fantastic series in between.
Chris McCaw makes photographs from cameras he builds by placing light-sensitive photo paper into his hand-made cameras, and exposing the paper for so long that the sun burns holes and streaks into the paper as the sun travels through the sky. Sunburn, published by Candela books, does a great job of reproducing McCaw's almost sculptural one of a kind paper negatives.
Rothko/Sugimoto Dark Paintings and Seascape, is a monograph published by Pace Gallery in honor of their first exhibition in their new location in London's Mayfair. This exhibit and monograph juxtapose Rothko's late paintings with Hiroshi Sugimoto's photographs. This great collection of images is printed in tritone with separations at Meridain Printing in Rhode Island.
Harper's book, From Above and Below, is a selection images that explore the night sky, perception and technology. The images range from photographs to video stills, shot with a variety of cameras, some of which Harper creates using a telescope as a lens. Though some of the images are still photographs, they are made with an interest in motion – such as the images from her series Sun/Moon (trying to see through a telescope). All of the images present a new way of looking at the night sky and seek a new way of understanding.
Another great One Picture Book published by Nazraeli! This book folds out into one Levy's classic grid style portrait of photographer Jerry Uelsmann. The fun title "Honk If You Love Stieglitz" is borrowed from a bumper sticker that hangs on the wall of Uelsmann's studio.
Anne Kelly is the Associate Gallery Director of photo-eye Gallery in Santa Fe, NM. Her interest in photography developed at an early age, being influenced by her mother’s love for the medium. Originally from Colorado, she moved to Santa Fe to attend the College of Santa Fe where she received her BFA in photography under the direction of David Scheinbaum.
She has studied with, and later assisted, internationally merited photographer, Debbie Fleming Caffery and worked closely award-winning book designer and curator, Elizabeth Avedon.