The Photo-Eye Booklist SUMMER 2007 issue is available now at many fine retail locations and via the Photo-Eye website. Editor Darius Himes had put together another fine issue for your reading (and learning) pleasure!
SUMMER 2007 · TABLE OF CONTENTS
Survey of New Books
The quarterly survey of the best new photography books.
» by various contributors
Where We Live
The Getty hosts a show that surveys a basic human need.
» by Jen Bekman
Two recent titles add depth to the potent vision of Moholy-Nagy.
» by Richard Woodward
Publishing the Photography Book
The acclaimed column on publishing photography books.
» by Mary Virginia Swanson and Darius Himes
The Old & Rare Survey
A regular column that surveys important books of the past.
» by Eric Miles
In this new column, our editor reviews a singular title of the season.
» by Darius Himes
Contributors to the Summer 2007 issue:
JEN BEKMAN owns a gallery (www.jenbekman.com), writes a blog called Personism (www.personism.com) and runs a quarterly photo competition, Hey, Hot Shot! (www.heyhotshot.com). Her latest endeavor is 20×200 (www.20×200.com), a place to buy editioned prints and photos at ridiculously affordable prices.
AVIS CARDELLA is a freelance writer specializing in the areas of photography, art and pop culture. Her work has appeared in various publications, including American Photo, ArtReview, Picture, Surface and British Vogue. A born and bred New Yorker, she currently resides in Paris, France.
DEBRA KLOMP CHING gained her M.A. in critical history and theory of photography from the University of Derby (UK) in 1998. The former director of Pavilion (UK), she now resides in New York, where she is an independent curator, writer and photographer.
ZANE FISCHER is an arts-and-culture-preoccupied writer based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He writes a
regular column for the alternative weekly The Santa Fe Reporter (www.sfreporter.com).
MARY GOODWIN is an M.F.A. candidate in photography at the University of New Mexico. She was a guest student at the Hochschule für Graphik und Buchkunst in Leipzig, Germany, in the Summer 2006 semester.
PHIL HARRIS is a photographer, teacher and writer who lives in Portland, Oregon. In 2000, he published a twenty-year photographic retrospective book, Fact Fiction Fabrication.
LARISSA LECLAIR is a photographer, writer and traveler. Her work focuses on visual history and culture, and international photography. She lives in the Washington, D.C. area.
THERESA MAY is assistant director and editor-in-chief at the University of Texas Press. She oversees an annual list of some hundred book projects from acquisition through publication. May has a B.A. in the history of art and architecture from Texas Tech University and has done post-baccalaureate work at the University of Houston and the University of Texas at Austin in English, art history, anthropology and applied piano. She has been with UT Press for nearly thirty years.
ERIC MILES, an art historian, is photo-eye’s rare-book specialist. He writes a regular column on rare and collectible photobooks for photo-eye Booklist. He relocated from New York City to Santa Fe, New Mexico, in 2003.
MARY ANNE REDDING is an independent curator and writer who lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Previous professional experience includes authoring essays for numerous exhibition catalogues and stints at New Mexico State University, the Light Factory, the Center for Creative Photography, the photography department of the Art Institute of Chicago, and Northlight Gallery at Arizona State University.
AARON ROTHMAN is an artist living in Phoenix, Arizona. His most recent exhibition was at Gitterman Gallery in New York. View his work at http://www.aaronrothman.com.
JIM STONE is an associate professor of photography at the University of New Mexico. His photographs have been exhibited and published internationally and he is the author or co-author of seven books. He has set foot in North Korea.
MARY VIRGINIA SWANSON is an author, educator and consultant committed to helping photographers advance their careers. She lives and works in Tucson and New York City. Visit her at http://www.mvswanson.com.
JONANNA WIDNER is the music editor for The Dallas Observer. She received the first place award in the 2006 Alternative Newsweekly Awards for Best Music Criticism (circulation under 50,000) while she was the assistant editor/music columnist for The Santa Fe Reporter.
RICHARD B. WOODWARD is an arts critic in New York who contributes regularly to The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. His most recent essay on photography appears in South Central, a monograph by Mark Steinmetz (Nazraeli Press).
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