NEW ARRIVALS +  01.28.12 Vol 9.4

You and I Twin Palms long awaited publication You & I by Ryan McGinley is a surreal journey through romantic youthful summers of indulgence and adventure. McGinley spent 6 consecutive summers embarking on road trips to remote locations, filling up several vans with young models. By creating an environment of freedom, McGinley's models display an openness that is close in resemblance to the 1960s counter culture. The spontaneous actions of the photographer's models, mixed with the remote locations scouted out by McGinley allows for imagery that contains a sense of joyful abandon. Here we see a generation of youth enjoying a fantasy life and at times hedonistic impulses. Copies are now in stock and available for order. Read Jonathan Blaustein's review of You & I on A Photo Editor.


Sasha Sasha by Claudine Doury is an intimate portrait of one young woman's coming of age. Using a soft light and color palate, Doury shows her daughter, Sasha's, unique transformation, along with her confidence and vulnerabilities in both a literal and symbolic fashion. The photographs are touching, as well as revealing, becoming an important witness to Sasha's evolution. Signed copies are now in stock and available for order. Read Colin Pantall's review of Sasha on photo-eye Magazine.


Ask The Cat Ask the Cat by Satoru Toma is an investigation of the outskirts of the Belgium city of Brussels. Wandering a meandering path like a stray cat, Satoru walked the edges of the city, discovering industrial sites, abandoned buildings and countryside. Operating as a primitive wanderer, the photographer compiled a series of compelling and often odd images over the course of nine months that portray a curious sense of exploration. Presented here in this beautifully designed book, Ask the Cat takes the viewer on a long journey through the woods, open fields and underprivileged districts of this historic city. Copies are now in stock and available for order. Read Tom Leninger's review of Ask the Cat on photo-eye Magazine.

Al Campo by Ernesto Bazan is a new publication of visually engaging color photographs depicting Cuban farmland. Reminding the photographer of his Sicilian homeland, the countryside of Cuba evoked a sense of romanticism in Bazan that inspired him to make this series of honest and enriching photographs. In many ways, this is a book documenting tradition, the tradition of sowing the field, raising and slaughtering livestock and sharing meals, weaving together a telling description of family and community. The photographs here are about the simple lives of a culturally rich people. Copies of this stunning limited edition are now in stock and available for order.

Sans Titre by Stephanie Solinas looks deep into the art of identification, specifically identification for the sake of government. Through reconstructing the face and identity of Alphonse Bertillion — the biometrics researcher who created a criminal identification system based on physical measurements — Solinas makes a striking commentary on government distinction between individual and society. Here we witness the importance of the government's ability to identify its own citizens for criminal inquiry and the protection of the state. By reconstructing the face of Bertillion through folded and glued paper and constructing photographs based on the researcher’ biography, Solinas has demonstrated a complex and thoughtful commentary in a world often dictated by a police state. Copies are arriving soon and are available for preorder.

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The latest volume from the Museum of Fine Arts Boston MFA Highlights series offers a striking collection of over 100 of the museum's finest photographs. Tracing both the technical advances of the medium from the camera obscura into the digital age this issue compares the relationships of image quality through technological advances. Containing images from Eugene Cuvelier, Alfred Stieglitz, Hiroshi Sugimoto and more, this comprehensive volume makes for striking comparisons of photographic practice.

An Enduring Vision: Photographs from the Lane Collection published by the Museum of Fine Arts Boston contains a selection from one of the most remarkable private collections of the photographic medium. Consisting of 120 photographic reproductions, An Enduring Vision includes the works from William Henry Fox Talbot to Diane Arbus, Dorthea Lange, Paul Strand and many more.

Mill River by Joseph Gerhard displays a contemplative look at a one-mile stretch of the river from the Elie Whitney Dam to the Wilbur Cross High School, in New Haven Connecticut. This manmade artifact appears as a natural entity within the surrounding landscape. Gerhard’s striking black-and-white images are both meditative and informative of how man and environment coexist, both positively and negatively. Mill River is an ode to man's ability to coexist and in some respects protect the natural environment.

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This week Eric Miles looks at 'Subjektive Fotografie,'  the movement spearheaded by Otto Steinert that helped to revive the avant-garde aesthetics of the Bauhaus and New Vision and thus lay the ground work for the spread of art photography internationally in the second half of the twentieth century.



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WEEKLY AUCTIONS
Otto Steinert: (ed.): Subjektive Fotografie + Subjektive Fotografie 2 (2 Books)
Herbert Balwin: A War Photographer in Thrace (1912 edition!)
John Werge: The Evolution of Photography (1890)
Leni Riefenstahl: Schönheit im Olympischen Kampf (SIGNED!)
Keld Helmer-Petersen: Fragments of a City
Charles Holme (ed.): Art in Photography: (Special Summer Number of
Erich Salomon: [Famous Contemporaries in Unguarded Moments]--1931 First Edition!
Man Ray: Photographs 1920-1934
Edouard Boubat: Anges (Angels)--SIGNED
Yasuhiro Ishimoto: Chicago Chicago (1992 Wall Calender)
Aaron Siskind: Pleasures and Terrors (SIGNED!)
NEW ARRIVALS
Claudine Doury
Sasha - SIGNED
Ryan McGinley
You & I
Ernesto Bazan
Al Campo - Limited Edition
Satoru Toma
Ask the Cat
ARRIVING SOON
Stephanie Solinas
Sans Titre
Nina Poppe
Ama
Soner Ön
Richie Rich
Raphael Dallaporta
Fragile
PUBLISHER DIRECT
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Photography: MFA Highlights
Text by Lyle Rexer and Karen Haas
An Enduring Vision: Photographs from the Lane Collection
Joseph Gerhard
Mill River

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