NEW ARRIVALS +  05.26.12 Vol 9.21

still standing Issue 3 of Aint-Bad Magazine highlights photography's coming of age in a digital world. The mix of art and technology offers a curious dialogue, one that reflects both reverence and deep questioning of the current issue. From Benjamin Lowy documenting Libya's uprising via iPhone to Jenny Odell's striking collages constructed using Google Satellite View, the artists represented showcase a wide-range of digitally advanced forms of creativity and thought-provoking subject matter. Copies are now in stock and available for order.

davidson Bruce Davidson's hefty new volume Black & White is a retrospective of the photographer's prolific career. Selected from five of Davidson's most well-known works, Black & White is divided into five volumes and includes the series Circus, Brooklyn Gang, Time of Change, East 100th Street and Central Park. Housed in a hand-made slipcase, these five volumes offer newly expanded editions of his socially charged and important work. Copies are now in stock and available for order.

Another Stunning publication from Katja Stuke, Eleven to Liverpool Street, is an oversized newsprint displaying images taken on a London bus ride in April 2009. The large-scale photographs are presented as though taken from a surveillance camera and show businesses and pedestrians amid the streets of the roving bus. The second half of the publication consists of portraits of masked protesters who set out to disrupt traffic in order to highlight their concerns over the G20 summit. Copies are now in stock and available for order.

New from Super Labo, 7 Days Athens November 2011 by JH Engström & Margot Wallard shows the prevalent chaos and tension in the streets of Athens during the Greek economic crisis. Traveling to Athens for a lecture and workshop that was ultimately canceled, Engström and Wallard were put into a unique situation of documenting this important and volatile global event. The photographs are shown as though taken with an intense red filter, creating a heightened tension and state of urgency. Coming off of their highly-acclaimed collaboration Foreign Affair, 7 Days Athens November 2011 is sure to be an equally sought after publication. Copies are arriving soon and are available for order.

"The increasing number of books on photobooks have lead some to speculate on the ultimate purpose of books like these, but they are undoubtedly a good resource for many. The book's [The Dutch Photobook's] introduction places some of the Dutch photobook's reputation on the collaborations between photographers and designers, who between 1945 and 1968 shared a single trade union, allowing for, as the introduction puts it, "cross-pollination," and starting a tradition of designer/photographer partnerships that continue to yield impressive results. As someone who is often just as interested in the design of a book as the photographs it holds, The Dutch Photobook is an eye-opening resource; innovate design comes across well even limited to a handful of page spreads. It is both a fascinating and inspiring book." — Sarah Bradley from photo-eye Blog

We hope you enjoy this week's selection of New Arrivals!

Warm Regards,

Antone Dolezal
photo-eye Newsletter Editor

photo-eye Auctions

At first blush the work of photographer Sanne Sannes looks a good deal like that of his contemporaries, Sam Haskins and Wingate Paine. But Sannes, a mythical figure who died in a car wreck in 1967 at age 30, has much more in common with the psychological explorations of filmmaker Ingmar Bergman. Equal parts Brian Jones and Antonioni's lens man Thomas — the character at the center Blow-Up, Sannes was called the Marquis de Sade of Holland by some. We've got two of his books up this week: The Face of Love (1972) and Oog om Oog (1964). Also on the block: Koen Wessing's Chili, September 1973; Eggleston's Graceland; Ishimoto's Chicago, Chicago — & Much More! Be sure to watch Eric's weekly presentation below and check out all ten of this week's stellar listings!

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Sanne Sannes: The Face of Love
Sanne Sannes: Oog Om Oog [An Eye for an Eye]
Rinko Kawauchi: Utatane (Nap)--First Edition--SIGNED!
Yasuhiro Ishimoto: Chicago, Chicago
Christien Meindertsma: PIG 05049 (1st printing!)
William Eggleston: Elvis at Graceland
Eugene Richards: Dorchester Days (SIGNED)
Chargesheimer: Im Rhur Gebiet
Koen Wessing: Chili, September 1973
Peter Beard: The End of the Game, 1st edition
Lisa Jaye Young
Aint-Bad Magazine Issue 3
Katja Stuke
Eleven to Liverpool Street
Bruce Davidson
Black & White
Frits Gierstberg
The Dutch Photobook
Elina Brotherus
Artist and Her Model
Adrian Tyler
Dust to Dust - SIGNED
Rudy Burckhardt
Films DVD
Jh EngstrÖm & Margot Wallard
7 Days Athens November 2011
Terri Weifenbach
Between Maple and Chestnut - Hardbound and Limited Edition
Harbeck & Krug
Pulp Art Book
Magdalena Sole
New Delta Rising
Ilya Rabinovich

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