NEW ARRIVALS +  06.11.10 Vol 7.24


A Road Divided Arriving next week from Nazraeli, signed copies of Todd Hido's new monograph A Road Divided. Hido and Nazraeli have had a long and fruitful relationship since the release of his first seminal monograph House Hunting in 2001. A Road Divided is his fifth full monograph with Nazraeli, and in the same way the 2002 Outskirts was a follow up to the first, A Road Divided is cousin to the 2004 release Roaming — breaking skies and boiling landscapes awash in color, glimpsed through a car window smeared with rain. Hido has long since secured his place among the most notable photographers of his generation, A Road Divided proves that reputation makes no unkept promises. Signed copies arriving soon, now available for preorder.


Coming Up for Air Arriving next month, signed copies of two corollary books from British photographer and self-publisher Stephen Gill. Foremost is Coming Up For Air, which presents a major new body of work produced in Japan over 2008 and 2009. Gill's publications are always among the most anticipated new releases, and with good reason — since his seminal initial offering Hackney Wick, Gill has released a consistently ambitious, widely varying and experimental catalog of books. In this lineage, Coming Up For Air is no exception — the images are uncharacteristically close, gentle studies which often stand just on the verge of abstraction. Furthermore, Coming Up For Air has been published in concert with B Sides, a selection of images which did not make the final cut for the former, but serve as a revealing look at the work in total — a fascinating new approach from a true master of the medium. Signed copies arrive in July, now available for preorder.
Other books of particular note are Pamela Pecchio's 509, a documentation of a North Carolina home unchanged over the past few decades. The childhood home of publisher Jefferson Holt, Pecchio had a week alone in the house to photograph it and her large format images explore the connection between place and the individual. 509 is available in a lushly printed hardcover as well as a very affordable limited edition with a choice of one of two prints.

Also just in are Rose-Lynn Fisher's amazing microscopic apiological studies in Bee — an appropriate companion to Aki Tanaka's floral-scapes in Sunshine Pulse. And check out photo-eye’s new blog to read why photo-eye Book Division manager selected Piemonte as her most recent Staff Pick.

View all new arrivals below. Enjoy and email us to let us know what you think of the new format!


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NEW ARRIVALS
Pamela Pecchio
509- SIGNED and Limited Edition
Rose-Lynn Fisher
Bee
Aki Tanaka
Sunshine Pulse - SIGNED
Josef Koudelka
Piemonte
Danny Lyon
Like a Thief's Dream - SIGNED
Manabu Someya
Nirai - SIGNED
Michael Kenna
Venezia - Limited Edition
Jeffrey Fraenkel
Furthermore
Yasuwo Tuji
The Dancing Night
Sharon Lockhart
Lunch Break
Phillip Toledano
Days With My Father
Dick Arentz
Italy Through Another Lens
ARRIVING SOON
Todd Hido
A Road Divided - SIGNED
Stephen Gill
Coming Up for Air - SIGNED
Stephen Gill
B Sides - SIGNED
Eadweard Muybridge
Helios

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