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Fractal Dreams Photographic Images by Roman Loranc

Fractal Dreams Photographic Images by Roman Loranc

FRACTAL DREAMS: PHOTOGRAPHS FROM TWO DECADES Signed Trade Edition: $150 *Special Collector’s Edition: Special Edition book and choice of original signed print (see below). Roman Loranc introduces a singular vision to the West Coast photographic tradition as he expands its territory. Finding uncommon beauty in the fragile wetlands and ancient oaks of the Central Valley, […]

Drifting Away: Photographs and Book by Erika Diettes

Drifting Away: Photographs and Book by Erika Diettes

Drifting Away. Photographs and text by Erika Diettes. Erika Diettes, 2008. Unpaged, 17 color transparencies, 9½x6″. Publisher’s Description ‘In Drifting Away my intention is to draw attention to some of the victims of forced disappearances of the Colombian armed conflict. The project is a response to a number of press reports and news broadcasts which […]

Los Toros by Michael Crouser

Los Toros by Michael Crouser

Over the course of sixteen years, Michael Crouser visited the bullrings of Spain, Mexico, Ecuador and France, capturing the dark spectacle of the bullfights and the passions of the crowds who follow them. Select images from a multitude of bullfights have been sequenced to create a singular, compelling fight in a narrative form. The book […]

Michael Smith Tuscany: Wandering the Back Roads, Vol. II

Michael Smith Tuscany: Wandering the Back Roads, Vol. II

Tuscany Preface by Paula Chamlee and Michael A. Smith The land of Tuscany has nurtured and inspired artists for centuries. In Tuscany: Wandering the Back Roads, Volume I, by Paula Chamlee, and Volume II, by Michael A. Smith, the glorious tradition continues and is even enhanced in their deeply personal and beautiful photographs of one […]

Tony Mendoza : Flowers

Tony Mendoza : Flowers

ISBN: 1-59005-170-x Hardcover, 18 x 13, 64 pages, 50 four-color plates. $75 First Edition Signed Copy I had been a photographer for over 30 years and I had never taken pictures of flowers, mostly because I had always been a black and white photographer and photographing flowers in black and white seemed like an insult […]

Two Hearted Oak: The Photography of Roman Loranc

Two Hearted Oak: The Photography of Roman Loranc

Two Hearted Oak: The Photography of Roman Loranc The Central Valley is the heart and soul of Two-Hearted Oak, a collection of photographs by Polish-born photographer Roman Loranc. Eloquent essays and poems by Lillian Vallee complement the photographs. Capturing the drama in places that most people only drive past on their way to another destination, […]

Luis Delgado Power Ties

Luis Delgado Power Ties

Power Ties 2006 Poem by Shelley “Ozymandias” 25 Numbered editioned artist books 8.5” x 11” Two accordion prints 8” x 75”, K3 pigment inks on alfa cellulose paper, two part aluminum box, four ply museum board, mirror & archival paper. “Power Ties.” Photographer Luis Delgado cleverly investigates the physiognomy of leadership in this larger-than-life installation. […]

LISDEBERTUS aka Luis Delgado  UNFATHOMABLE HUMANITY

LISDEBERTUS aka Luis Delgado UNFATHOMABLE HUMANITY

Unfathomable Humanity by Lisdebertus aka Luis Delgado 2006 Introductory text by Sharon Mizota Edition of 25 numbered artist books 14 Interleaved plates, K3 pigment inks on alfa cellulose paper, bound with Chicago screws, masonite covers, aluminium hinges, and archival papers. 11” x 17” x 1” Unfathomable Humanity is comprised of collages of photographs from various […]

Texas Rangeland  by Burton Pritzker

Texas Rangeland by Burton Pritzker

“If, upon completing your passage through this book, you believe that this work is solely about cattle, then you must go back and start seeing instead of just looking.” –from the Foreword Drive any highway from Austin to El Paso, and you’ll find the Texas of the imagination. When the towns string out like barbs […]

Big Bend Pictures by James H. Evans

Big Bend Pictures by James H. Evans

“Resisting the temptation of melon-hued sunsets, Evans works with documentary-style black-and-white photography. The landscapes he captures are not simply blasé, wide-angle homages to the hallowed frontier: they reveal Big Bend’s quirks and bemused attitudes, suggesting the hitherto blasphemous–namely, that the American West can have a sense of humor, and at times be downright weird. Above […]

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