NEW ARRIVALS +  10.27.12 Vol 9.43

parr "Between 2007 and 2010, Alford photographed in and around the outlying communities of Isle de Jean Charles and Pointe-aux-Chenes, with support from the High Museum of Art's "Picturing the South" commission. Guided by her grandmother's stories of the places where her French and Native American ancestors had once settled, Alford created a vivid, contemporary account of a place and way of life threatened by oil industry extractions and the saltwater that subsequently creeps and pounds inland." – from Karen Jenkins' review of Bottom of Da Boot on photo-eye Blog. Signed copies are now in stock and are available for order.

Peter Fischli & David Weiss spent nearly 25 years travelling the globe exploring and photographing the intricate nature of international Airports. The images of their many ventures are now comprised in 800 Views of Airports, offering an ode to both the banality and unique beauty each airport has to offer. Shown in a grid-like format, the design of this book showcases the work as both an artist endeavor, as well as a historical collection of these contemporary places of travel. Copies are now in stock and are available for order.

Tiane Doan na Champassak's The Father of Pop Dance is a humorous look at the artist's Father, dancing for the artist's camera. Dressed in different retro attire, Champassak's Father is seen in a multitude of different light and multiple exposures. The photographs here are playful and the book design resembles a personal journal. Copies are now in stock and are available for order.

Now available from Nazraeli, Michael Kenna's 2013 Wall Calendar. Featuring some of the artist's most exquisite photographs, the 2013 edition is perfect for holiday gifts or office decor.

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Filipe Casaca's Blue Mud Swamp is a haunting look at the beachside community in Dalian, China. The picturesque scene seems at first a breathtaking retreat, only to be foiled by Casaca's close look at the communities underlying artificiality. Here the artist showcases his keen eye and takes the viewer on an emotional journey that is at first mysterious, but ultimately eye opening.

Darren Ankenman's Andrea contains a beautiful collection of both color and black-and-white nudes. Focusing solely on one subject, Andrea, this book is an intimate exchange between subject and artist. With a fashion photographer's aesthetic, Ankenman places Andrea in elaborate scenes that add an air of mystery and intimacy to his images.

Juvenile In Justice by Richard Ross takes an eye-opening gaze into America's Juvenile Justice system. At times hard to bear, the photographs tell a story of how American society institutionalizes its youth deemed unfit for the outside world. Scenes of isolation, structure and violence continue to present themselves in this breathtaking documentary and are accompanied by many of the youth's personal life stories.

Warm Regards,

Antone Dolezal
photo-eye Newsletter Editor

photo-eye Auctions

Auction director Eric Miles is celebrating his lovely and talented wife's birthday and enjoying the last of the fall foliage in upstate New York, so there won't be a new presentation this week. But to enjoy Eric's insights and observations on photobooks, be sure to check out past presentations on VIMEO.

In his absence, he's lined up some stellar selections, including signed books by Deborah Turbeville (who is subject of a current exhibition in Paris); Dennis Hopper; Emmet Gowin and O. Winston Link; two books by Julian Germain; Todd Hido's haunting Outskirts & MUCH MORE!! Thanks as always for looking!!

What's on your shelves? For inquiries regarding the sale of a single book or print, or an entire library or collection, contact Eric Miles, Director of Rare Books & Online Auctions

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Deborah Turbeville: Unseen Versailles (Double Signed) + Fashion Pictures (SIGNED) + 1 other
Robert Heinecken: studiesnineteenseventy (One Picture Book No. 14)
Dennis Hopper: Bad Heart (INSCRIBED)
Todd Hido: Outskits
Julian Germain: For Every Minute You Are Angry You Lose Sixty Seconds of Happiness
Julian Germain: Face of the Century
Robert Adams: Denver
Larry Fink: Social Graces (Inscribed)
O. Winston Link: Ghost Trains: Railroad Photographs of the 1950s (with original disc!)
Emmet Gowin: Photographs (1990 Philadelphia Museum of Art catalogue)--INSCRIBED!
Emmet Gowin: Petra, In The Hashemite Kingdom Of Jordan
Peter Beard: The Last Word From Paradise (Japanese Catalogue)
Paul Strand: A Retrospective Monograph (2 vols.)
Danny Lyon: The Destruction of Lower Manhattan (1st edition!)
Michael Kenna
2013 Michael Kenna Wall Calendar
Kael Alford
Bottom of Da Boot - SIGNED
Peter Fischli & David Weiss
800 Views of Airports
Tiane Doan Na Champassak
The Father of Pop Dance
Wang Qingsong
History of Monuments
Pablo Ortiz Monasterio
Zine Collection N°2 Pablo Ortiz Monsaterio
Mark Klett
Reconstructing the View - SIGNED
Ingvar Kenne
Citizen - SIGNED
Filipe Casaca
Blue Mud Swamp
Darren Ankenman
Richard Ross. Foreword by Ira Glass.
Juvenile In Justice

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