Thursday, November 21, 2019
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by Fred Baldwin.
Schilt Publishing, 2019. 832 pp. 6½x9½".

A photographic memoir of photographer and FotoFest photo festival founder Fred Baldwin’s extraordinary life: how he followed his dream, used his imagination, overcame fear, and acted to accomplish anything. This account takes the reader to high adventure worldwide, but also to disaster and failure. ... Buy NOW or Read more

TODAY'S BOOKSHELF - A Daily Selection of Books In-Stock and Available to Purchase at photo-eye

Dawoud Bey on Photographing People and Communities.

Photographs and text by Dawoud Bey. Introduction by Brian Ulrich.

PhotoWork: Forty Photographers on Process and Practice.

Edited, with an introduction by Sasha Wolf.

Alphabet of Spiritual Emptiness.

Photographs by Zdenek Tmej.

Displaced: Manzanar 1942–1945. The Incarceration of Japanese Americans.

Photographs by Dorothea Lange, Ansel Adams, Russell Lee, Clem Albers, Francis Stewart, Toyo Miyatake, and Jack Iwata. Edited by Evan Backes. Foreword by Pico Iyer. Introduction by Nancy Matsumoto.

Hal Fischer. The Gay Seventies.

Photographs by Hal Fischer.

Lacuna Park.

Photographs and text by Nicholas Muellner.

Long Story Short.

Photographs by various photographers. Edited by Jeffrey Fraenkel.

The Image of Whiteness.

Edited by Daniel C. Blight.

Soviet Metro Stations.

Photographs by Christopher Herwig. Text by Owen Hatherley. Edited by Damon Murray and Stephen Sorrell.

Image and Exploration.

Contribution by Giles Fumey. Edited by Olivier Loiseaux.

Women War Photographers.

Edited by Anne-Marie Beckmann and Felicity Korn.

On the Bowery.

Photographs by Ed Grazda.

August Sander (Photofile).

Photographs by August Sander. Introduction by Susanne Lange.

My Favourite Place.

Edited by architekturbild e.v. Numerous contributing photographers.

Of the Soil.

Photographs by Geoff Winningham.

Knives.

Text by Jason Koxvold.

Because.

Photographs and text by Sophie Calle.

Good Morning, America.

Photographs by Mark Power.

The Beautiful Flower Is the World.

Photographs by Jerry Hsu.

Thomas Ruff: Transforming Photography.

Photographs by Thomas Ruff. Conversation with the artist by Okwui Enwezor.

Christmas Day, Bucks Pond Road.

Photographs by Tim Carpenter.

Affinities.

Photographs by Timothy Hearsum. Contribution by Devin Symons and Katie Hearsum and Paul Cullum. Foreword by Arthur Ollman.

Dream Baby Dream.

Photographs by Jimmy Marble.

Out of the Shadows - Marcus Leatherdale.

Photographs by Marcus Leatherdale. Text by Claudia Summers and Marcus Leatherdale and Paul Bridgewater.
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BOOK OF THE WEEK — A Pick by Arista Slater-Sandoval
Houtryve, Tomas Van: Lines And Lineage. Arista Slater-Sandoval earned her BFA in photography from Corcoran College of Art and Design and an MFA in Fine Art Photography from Lesley University. Slater-Sandoval also completed a 5-month Teachers Assistance and residency program in New York City at the Center for Alternative Photography. While in grad school, she pursued issues in communication, identity, love and romance, and taught alternative photographic processes.

Lines And Lineage

Arista-Slater-Sandoval selects Lines and Lineage photographs by Tomas van Houtryve, published by Radius Books, Santa Fe, USA, 2019, as Book of the Week.

"When parents and grandparents share stories with us that have been passed down from generation to generation, it illuminates and connects the past with the present. The act of photography collapses time in a similar manner. Preserving an image places the index in the past; conversely, creating an image enables the viewer to conceptualize it in the perceived present. Lines and Lineage, by Tomas van Houtryve, examines the reverberations of history through the present via families, land, and notions of identity.

Van Houtryve uses a historical photographic process from the mid-1800s, allowing the annexation of the present moment by an American history whose people and land issues are anything but antiquated. Photographed using the wet plate collodion process, we are greeted with highly detailed, stark portraits juxtaposed by landscapes of the US / Mexico border from the early 1800s. Location and identity are immediately important, as each image is accompanied by a descriptive caption that hints to history and genealogy. Requisite essays on subject matter further educate the viewer on the history of border disputes between the United States and Mexico."—Arista-Slater-Sandoval  Read more

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