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Staff Hannah Frieser Executive Director Jan Nagle Program Manager Katherine Clausen Executive Assistant Miriam Romais Marketing & Strategic Development Advisor Michael Yalamas Digital Lab Manager Sean Hovendick Web Developer Board of Directors Howard Greenberg, Founder, Chair Stan Sagner, President Barry Mayo, Vice President Clinton Cargill, Treasurer Jesse Blatt, Secretary Alex Davis Michael Knauth Aaron Rezny Jed Root Tevis Trower William Van Roden Steven Wechsler Andy Young Advisory Board Koan-Jeff Baysa Philip Cavanaugh Darren Ching Brian Clamp William Hannigan W.M. Hunt Naomi Huth Doug James David Karp Susana Torruella Leval Ellen K. Levy Carlos Loret de Mola David Maloney Babs Mansfield Yossi Milo Jeff Milstein Doug Menuez Sarah Mor thland Rober t Peacock Roger Ricco Miriam Romais Ernestine Ruben Kathleen Ruiz Ariel Shanberg Gerald Slota Neil Trager Director Emerita Colleen Kenyon

About Founded in 1977, the Center for Photography at Woodstock is a vital hub for dialogue and discovery in photography and related media, bringing together a diverse array of artists and a vibrant community with a strong artistic tradition. Through its programs, CPW fosters opportunities to create and explore photography, and celebrate its role in contemporary culture. Please visit www.cpw.org to learn more about CPW’s programs. Supporters The Center for Photography at Woodstock’s 2018 programs are made possible in par t with great suppor t from Adobe Inc., Archival Methods, Ar ts Mid-Hudson, B&H Photo/Video, Canson Infinity, the Gunk Foundation, Hahnemühle USA, Innova Ar ts, the Joy of Giving Something Foundation, the Edith & Phillip Leonian Foundation, MAC Group, the Milton & Sally Avery Foundation, Museo Fine Ar t, the National Endowment for the Ar ts, the New York State Council on the Ar ts, Red River Paper, Ulster County, the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Ar ts, the Town of Woodstock, Woodstock Framing Gallery, members, and individuals like you! Catalog Design Template Greg Simpson emphemra-designs.com Cover Image © Alva Bernadine, Twisted Legs, 1995, printed 2017, metal print, edition 2 of 3, 48 x 32”, donated by the ar tist and Staley Wise Gallery.

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Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Ar ts Edith & Phillip Leonian Foundation Joy of Giving Something Foundation (JGS) Thompson Family Foundation


2018 CPW Awards & Benefit Auction

The Center for Photography at Woodstock 2018 CPW Awards & Benefit Auction Honoring Anne Wilkes Tucker Featuring CPW’s 40th Annual Benefit Auction of Early, Modern and Contemporary Photographs Saturday, September 29, 2018 Aaron Rezny Prince Street Studios, LLC Kingston, NY

Benefitting the Center for Photography at Woodstock’s mission to fosters opportunities to create and explore photography, and celebrate its role in contemporary culture.


2018 Benefit Committee

Honorary Benefit Chairs Howard Greenberg Stan Sagner Platinum Gay Block and Billie Parker Anne Wilkes Tucker Gold Clinton Cargill and Thanakorn Jirasevijinda Howard Greenberg Nadine Lemmon, Gunk Foundation Stan Sagner and Paul Washington Silver Anonymous Henry Buhl Michael Knauth and Henry T. Ford Susan Quillin Jed Root Steven Wechsler Bronze Barry Mayo Alexandra Marshall

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Acknowledgments

Thank You CPW would like to acknowledge the suppor t of all the incredible photographers and individuals, whose donations make this annual fundraising event possible, including: (list at time of publication) Aaron Rezny – Planning Committee Lauri Andretta Jesse Blatt – Planning Committee J. Blatt Agency Gay Block Clinton Cargill – Planning Committee Alicia Colen – Planning Committee Alex Davis Howard Greenberg and the staff at the Howard Greenberg Gallery Drew Hendrix, Red River Paper Lucas Hunt, Hunt Auctioneers W.M. Hunt, Dancing Bear Dennis Inch, Archival Methods Sneha Kapadia, Woodstock Framing Gallery Michael Knauth – Planning Committee Barry Mayo Susan Quillin – Planning Committee Jed Root Stan Sagner – Planning Committee Ernest Shaw Tevis Trower – Planning Committee William van Roden – Planning Committee Steven Wechsler – Planning Committee Andy Young CPW Interns Kaitlyn Antoniadis, Ben Bookout, Vicky Charles, Marissa Contelmo, Lucy Reback, Megan Reilly, Cheyenne Rossler and Kito Sosnowitz

Sponsors Aperture Magazine Archival Methods Ar tsy Daylight Books Empire Merchants Nor th Howard Greenberg Gallery Black-Eyed Suzie's PDN - Photo District News Phaidon Books Photograph Magazine Prince Street Studios, LLC Woodstock Framing Gallery …and you

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Event Information

2018 CPW Awards & Benefit Auction Saturday, September 29, 2018 Aaron Rezny Prince Street Studios, LLC 76 Prince Street, Kingston, NY 12401 Honoring Anne Wilkes Tucker Curator Emerita, Museum of Fine Ar ts, Houston Schedule of Events 5:00 pm VIP champagne reception and private ar t viewing 6:00 pm general admission, silent auction opens 6:45 pm award presentation 7:15 pm live auction bidding begins 8:30 pm silent auction closes Auctioneer Lucas Hunt, Hunt Auctioneers Auction Preview Auction lots are viewable online at www.artsy.net/auctions Absentee Bids Absentee bids for the live auction will be accepted online through Saturday, September 29 at 2:00 pm EST, when the bids transfer to the event. Online bidding for the silent auction will continue through 8:00 pm EST. Bids may be submitted in person or online. Prospective buyers are encouraged to view work for sale at ar tsy.net or in person during the preview exhibition. They may contact CPW at (845) 679-9957 or info@cpw.org to request a condition repor t for lots up until 5:00 pm EST on Friday, September 28. See Conditions of Sale on page 55 for details.

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2018 Vision Award Honoree


2018 VISION AWARD HONOREE: ANNE WILKES TUCKER Each year, the Center for Photography at Woodstock recognizes an outstanding figure in the photography community with the Vision Award. Established in 2004, past honorees have included Dr. Deborah Willis, Nathan Lyons, Vince Aletti, Kathy Ryan, Sandra S. Phillips, Willis E. Hartshorn, Fred Baldwin & Wendy Watriss, the photo agency VII, W.M. Hunt, Lilo Raymond, Neil C. Trager, Kenro Izu, Howard Greenberg, John Dugdale, and Colleen & Kathleen Kenyon. CPW is pleased to recognize Anne Wilkes Tucker with the 2018 Vision Award for her outstanding dedication and service to the field as an curator, writer and advocate. Curator emerita of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Anne is one of the most celebrated curators in the field and has shaped the careers of countless artists. She has created appreciation and understanding of the photographic arts through seminal exhibitions, such as WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY, has written over 130 books and exhibition catalogues, and contributed to countless magazines. Anne created a legacy by expanding a modest photography collection of 150 photographs to over 30,000 images. Join us as we celebrate her extraordinary career and continued contributions to the field.

Photograph courtesy of Todd France

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Celebrating Anne Wilkes Tucker Anne Wilkes Tucker is the curator emerita of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, having, in 1976, become founding curator of the photography department for which she acquired over 30,000 photographs made on all seven continents. She curated or co-curated over 40 exhibitions, most with accompanying catalogues, including surveys on the Czech Avant-garde, a history of Japanese photography, and a history of war photography as well as exhibitions with catalogues on works of Robert Frank, Brassai, Catherine Wagner, Joel Sternfeld, Richard Misrach, Ray Metzker, Louis Faurer, George Krause, and Chen Changfan. She has also contributed articles to over 150 magazines, books and other catalogues and has lectured throughout the North and South America, Europe and Asia. Her honors, fellowships, and awards include being selected as “American’s Best Curator” by Time Magazine in 2001 in an issue devoted to America’s Best as well as Randolph-Macon Woman’s College’s, Alumnae Achievement Award in 1993. She has been a trustee of FotoFest since 1990 and the Philip and Edith Leonian Foundation since 2016 and served as a trustee of Randolph College between 2008 – 2018. Robert Morris, architect and painter, has been her partner for 15 years. She is joyful guardian for her brother’s middle son, Alexander Tucker. While continuing to work in retirement (friends have pronounced her a failure at retirement), she is an active gardener, Astros fan, movie buff, and reader.

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Top: Anne Wilkes Tucker speaking to a group at the exhibition Target III: In Sequence, circa 1982. Middle, left: Unstoppable women. Anne at the bottom left, surrounded by Eve France, Gay Block and Wendy Ewald. Middle, right: Anne as an emerging curator and scholar in her late twenties. Bottom, right: Anne relaxes while studying photographs. Photo courtesy of Edouard Gluck.

Opposite: The exhibition War/Photography is one of over for ty major exhibitions Anne Wilkes Tucker curated at the Museum of Fine Art, Houston (MFAH). The 612-page catalogue that accompanied the exhibiton won the Kraszna-Krausz Foundation Book Award for Best Photography Book 2013 among other major awards. The exhibition was on view at the MFAH, the Annenberg Space for Photography, the Corcoran Gallery of Ar t, and the Brooklyn Museum of Art. Photo courtesy of the Museum of Fine Art, Houston. Opposite bottom: Anne Wilkes Tucker and curator emerita from the Galveston Ar ts Center, Clint Willour, share a laugh. Photo courtesy of Hall Puckett, 2017.

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2018 Auctioneer


2018 AUCTIONEER: LUCAS HUNT Lucas Hunt is the president of HUNT Auctioneers and a celebrated American poet, who was born and raised in rural Iowa. He graduated from World Wide College of Auctioneering, has a Benefit Auctioneer Specialist (BAS) designation from the National Auctioneer’s Association, and plays an auctioneer on stage, television and voiceovers. He has published work in The New York Times, and won a John Steinbeck Award. He lives in New York. His auctioneering career began seven years ago, when the president of a charitable organization thought his natural generosity, outgoing nature, and excellent public speaking abilities would make him the perfect person to oversee a black-tie fundraising event, including a high-stakes live auction. As auctioneer, Lucas Hunt shattered all previous fund-raising records and far exceeded the expectations of the board of trustees. Word quickly spread through the Hamptons and New York area, and he was flooded with requests by top-tier organizations for his abilities and outstanding professionalism. In 2016, he founded HUNT Auctioneers, who continue to exceed the expectations of clients, in how they are able to command generous financial commitments from persons in attendance—and their unique ability to put the room at ease by creating an exciting atmosphere of friendliness and good-will.

Photograph courtesy of Albert Cheung

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Jeffrey Milstein Container Ship & Tugs, Upper Bay, NY, from the series NY Aerials, 2017, printed 2018, archival pigment print, edition 1 of 10, signature card, 30 x 40", mounted on acid-free foamcore. This photograph ships framed. Estimate: $4,500 - $6,500 Donated by Benrubi Gallery and Kopeikin Gallery

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Justine Reyes Untitled, Still Life with Royal Copenhagen, 2014, printed 2018, digital c-print, artist proof 1 of 3, signed verso, 11 1/2 x 9 9/10" on 14 x 11" paper. Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500 Donated by the ar tist

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Arnold Newman Pablo Picasso, 1956, printed later, gelatin silver print, unnumbered edition, "Arnold Newman" copyright stamp verso, 18 1/2 x 14 3/4" on 20 x 16" paper, mounted on archival mat board. Condition report available. Estimate: $10,000 - $12,000 Donated by Howard Greenberg Gallery

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Lisa Levine Swim #8: Jacob's Pillow, from the series Swim, 2016, printed 2018, archival pigment print, edition 3 of 10, signed recto, 23 1/3 x 38" on 24 x 40" paper. Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000 Donated by the ar tist 2 0 1 8 C P W AWA R D S & B E N E F I T AU C T I O N

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William Klein Times Square Mirror, NY, 1962, printed later, platinum palladium print, edition 11 of 20, signed in pencil recto, 23 9/16 x 16" on 30 1/8 x 22 1/4" paper. Estimate: $15,000 - $20,000 Donated by Howard Greenberg Gallery

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Ray K. Metzker 58 AT-6, Chicago-Loop, 1958, vintage gelatin silver print, edition 5 of 10 (only six prints are known to have been produced), signed in pencil verso, 7 3/8 x 7 3/8" on 9 7/8 x 7 7/8" paper. Estimate: $8,000 - $11,000 Donated by Howard Greenberg Gallery

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Mary Ellen Mark Federico Fellini Looking Between Fingers, Satyricon, 1969, printed later, gelatin silver print, edition 5 of 75, estate stamp on back with initials "ML" in pencil verso, plus additional pencil marks, 8 15/16 x 13 1/4" on 11 1/4 x 14 1/4" paper. Estimate: $8,000 - $11,000 Donated by Howard Greenberg Gallery

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Josef Sudek Advertising photograph for Družstevní práce (glass by Ludvika Smrckova), 1930s, vintage gelatin silver print, unique, inscription in pencil verso "Originalni fotografie Joseph Sudek" (signature not legible), title and studio stamp, 6 1/2 x 4 3/4" on 7 x 5" paper. Estimate: $8,500 - $12,000 Donated by Howard Greenberg Gallery

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Martin Munkacsi Leni Riefenstahl, 1931, printed 2012, gelatin silver print, edition 15 of 40, signed in pencil verso by Joan Munkacsi with image information, 12 5/16 x 9 3/4" on 14 x 11" paper. Estimate: $1,500 - $3,000 Donated by Lester Nafzger and Howard Greenberg Gallery

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Matthew Pillsbury Sandcastle Competition, Coney Island, 2015, printed 2018, archival pigment print, edition 2 of 10, signature label, 16 1/2 x 20 3/4" on 24 x 28 1/2" paper. Estimate: $3,500 - $5,000 Donated by the ar tist and Benrubi Gallery

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Vivian Maier Chicago, n.d., printed 2017, archival pigment print, edition 5 of 15, signed in pencil by John Maloof and rubber stamped verso, 12 x 12" on 20 x 16" paper. Estimate: $3,000 - $4,500 Donated by John Maloof and Howard Greenberg Gallery 12

Joel Meyerowitz Doorway to the Sea, Provincetown, MA, 1982, printed later, archival pigment print, unique, rare fine print used as a printing master for book pressing, unsigned, inscription "#2205" in ink verso, 11 1/4 x 14" on 11 5/8 x 14 1/2" paper. Estimate: $5,500 - $8,000 Donated by the artist and Howard Greenberg Gallery

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Alva Bernadine Twisted Legs, 1995, printed 2017, metal print (heat-fused to aluminum), edition 2 of 3, cer tificate of authenticity, 48 x 32". Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000 Donated by the ar tist and Staley Wise Gallery

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Corey Arnold Searching for Buoy Three, from the series Aleutian Dreams, 2017, printed 2018, archival pigment print, edition 2 of 10, signed verso, 19 7/8 x 28 7/8", mounted on dibond. Estimate: $2,500 - $3,500 Donated by the ar tist and Charles A. Har tman Fine Ar t

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Weegee If I Had A Million (from Naked City), c. 1951, vintage gelatin silver print, unique, unsigned, 9 1/2 x 7 5/8". Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000 Donated by Howard Greenberg Gallery

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Minor White Untitled, c. 1964, gelatin silver print, unique, unsigned, 8 1/16 x 6" on 14 1/2 x 12 3/5" board, mounted on archival mat board. Condition report available. Estimate: $8,000 - $12,000 Donated by Howard Greenberg Gallery

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Berenice Abbott Exchange Place, 1934, printed later, gelatin silver print, edition 6 of 50 in Portfolio No. 39, published by Witkin-Berley, Ltd. in April, 1976, signed on mount recto, plus label with edition information on mount verso, 13 3/4 x 3 11/16", mounted on archival mat board. Estimate: $8,000 - $11,000 Donated by Howard Greenberg Gallery and Commerce Graphics

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David LaChapelle Hot Flash, New York, 1998, c-print, signed in ink verso, 24 x 20". Estimate: $9,000 - $12,000 Donated by Howard Greenberg Gallery

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40th Annual Benefit Auction Silent Auction Lots

Online bidding will begin on September 14 at ARTSY.net/cpw-benefit

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Elaine Mayes Jimi with Feathers, 1967, printed 2012, archival pigment print, edition 6 of 10, signed recto, 9 13 1/2" on 13 x 19" paper. Estimate: $1,400 - $2,400 Donated by the ar tist

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Leon Levinstein East Harlem, 1953, vintage gelatin silver print, signed in ink verso, stamped and titled, 12 1/4 x 9". Condition repor t available. Estimate: $9,000 - $12,000 Donated by Howard Greenberg Gallery

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Laurie Peek Eyes Necklace on Nissan, Montreal, Canada, from the series Car Parts: Metallic Transports, 2014, printed 2017, archival pigment print, edition 1 of 10, signed verso, 11 x 14 5/8" on 12 x 16" paper. Estimate: $400 - $600 Donated by the artist

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Cornell Capa Untitled, c. 1950, vintage gelatin silver print, inscription stamp "Please credit Cornell Capa" with various numerical notations in pencil on print verso, 13 1/2 x 9 1/16". Condition repor t available. Estimate: $2,300 - $3,500 Donated by Howard Greenberg Gallery

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John M. Miller Sperlonga (Italy), 2006, printed 2017, archival pigment print, edition 10 of 20, signed and dated verso and edition information, 13 3/4 x 18 3/4" on 17 x 23" paper. Estimate: $1,200 - $1,700 Donated by the ar tist

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Hye-Ryoung Min Untitled, from the series Re-membrance of the Remembrance, 2017, printed 2018, archival pigment print, edition 1 of 7, cer tificate of authenticity, 14 x 21" on 17 x 22" paper. Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000 Donated by the ar tist

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MartĂ­n Weber Untitled, from the series Map of Latin American Dreams, 2005, printed 2006, gelatin silver print, edition 1 of 10, signed in pencil verso, 15 3/8 x 19 3/4" on 19 3/4 x 23 3/4" paper. Estimate: $4,800 - $6,500 Donated by the artist

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Ber Murphy Tom Cat, from the series Sleeping Giant | 11101 Rezoned, 2009, archival pigment print, edition 1 of 6, signed in ink verso, 22 x 28". Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500 Donated by the artist

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Valerie Shaff Larissa's Sheep, 2017, printed 2018, archival pigment print, edition 2 of 15, signed recto, 40 x 40" on 44 x 44" paper, mounted on acid-free foamcore. This photograph ships framed. Estimate: $2,700 - $4,000 Donated by the ar tist

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Arthur Leipzig Nathan's, Coney Island, 1967, printed later, gelatin silver print, signed in pencil verso and studio stamps, 14 x 11". Condition repor t available. Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000 Donated by Judith Leipzig and Howard Greenberg Gallery

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Phillip Leonian Man in a Hurry, 1962, printed 2018, archival pigment print, open edition, stamped verso with photographer's estate stamp and signed by Judith Lane, 11 x 11" on 13 x 13" paper. Estimate: $700 - $1,200 Donated by the Estate of Phillip Leonian

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Allan Tannenbaum Andy Warhol at the Mudd Club, NYC, 1979, printed 2018, archival pigment print, edition 5 of 50, signed, titled and dated recto in ink, 14 15/16 x 10" on 22 x 17" paper. Estimate: $2,500 - $3,500 Donated by the artist

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Jack Delano Square with Old Houses, Stonington, CT, Nov. 1940, 1940, printed 1985, dye transfer print, edition of 250 (unnumbered), stamped verso with credit and copyright stamps, signed by Tennyson Schad from Estate of Tennyson Schad, 7 x 10". Estimate: $2,800 - $4,000 Donated by Howard Greenberg Gallery

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Connie Imboden Untitled #2-19-09-33, 2009, archival pigment print, edition 3 of 10, signed in pencil verso and recto, 23 x 15 1/2". Estimate: $1,400 - $2,400 Donated by the ar tist

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Daesha Devรณn Harris Just Follow Me Down to Jordan's Stream. One More River to Cross, 2017, printed 2018, archival pigment print on cotton rag, edition 2 of 7, signed verso, 15 x 20" on 17 x 22" paper. Estimate: $1,700 - $2,500 Donated by the artist

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Ernest Stone Woman on Subway, New York A to Z, 1970s, print date unknown, gelatin silver print, open edition, unsigned, 11 x 14", mounted on acid-free foamcore. Condition report available. Estimate: $1,800 - $2,500 Donated by the artist's estate

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Elliott Landy Janis Joplin, Woodstock Festival, Bethel, NY, 1969, printed 2012, archival pigment print, unnumbered edition, signed recto, 18 x 12" on 20 x 16" paper. Estimate: $1,200 - $2,000 Donated by the ar tist

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Elinor Carucci Angel Hair, 2008, printed 2014, archival pigment print, edition 1 of 8, signed verso, 13 1/4 x 20" on 16 1/4 x 22" paper. Estimate: $7,000 - $9,000 Donated by the ar tist and Edwynn Houk Gallery

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Mariette Pathy Allen Mi Chae, Possessed, from the series Transcendents: Spirit Mediums in Burma and Thailand, 2017, archival pigment print, edition 2 of 10, signed verso, 15 11/16 x 22" on 20 x 24" paper. Includes a copy of the ar tist's book Transcendents. Estimate: $2,500 - $3,500 Donated by the ar tist

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Yumiko Izu Icarus Blue 34, 2017, cyanotype, edition 2 of 15, signed recto, 14 x 11" on 18 1/2 x 15" paper. Estimate: $1,700 - $2,500 Donated by the artist and Howard Greenberg Gallery

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Jungjin Lee Everglades 21, 2014, printed 2018, archival pigment print, artist proof, signed, titled and dated in pencil recto, 12 x 15 1/4" on 16 1/2 x 20" paper. Estimate: $4,500 - $6,500 Donated by the ar tist and Howard Greenberg Gallery

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Roger Ricco Shadows Lemon Tree 5a, 2014, archival pigment print, ar tist proof 1 of 3, signature label verso, 32 1/2 X 32 1/2". Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000 Donated by the ar tist and Kensie Barnes Fine Ar t

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Sarah Palmer Tarantula (Unraveling), from the series No Whiteness Lost, 2014, printed 2015, archival pigment print, edition 1 of 5, signature label on print verso, 16 x 20". Estimate: $1,200 - $1,700 Donated by the artist

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Craig Barber Aileah, from the series Working the Land, 2013, tintype, unique, signed in ink on print verso, 8 x 10". Estimate: $600 - $1,000 Donated by the artist

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Oliver Klink Farmers with water buffalo, from the series Spirit of the Village, 2015, printed 2017, piezography inkjet print, edition 6 of 15, signed recto, 15 x 20" on 17 x 22" paper. Estimate: $1,700 - $2,500 Donated by the ar tist

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Aaron Rezny 45 rpm Adapter, from the series Obsolete, 2014, printed 2016, archival pigment print, open edition, signed verso, 30 x 24", mounted on sintra. Estimate: $1,800 - $2,500 Donated by the ar tist

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Kenro Izu H.H. Dalai Lama, India, 2009, printed 2013, platinum palladium print, #12 in an open edition, signed recto, 19 1/8 x 13 1/8" on 22 x 17" paper, mounted on archival mat board. Estimate: $3,500 - $4,500 Donated by the artist and Howard Greenberg Gallery

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Brenda Bancel Hong Kong Gondolas, 2011, archival pigment print on rag, edition 1 of 100, signed verso, 11 x 17". Estimate: $2,500 - $4,000 Anonymous donation

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Doug Menuez La Boca, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1995, printed 2018, gelatin silver print, ar tist proof, signed verso, 16 x 20" paper size. Estimate: 1,800 - $2,500 Donated by the ar tist

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Jan Rattia Grenade Nation, from the series LANDINGS, 2018, c-print, edition 2 of 5, signed verso, 15 x 20" on 17 x 22" paper. Estimate: $1,800 - $2,500 Donated by the ar tist and Cindy Lisica Gallery

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Alan Siegel Lunch (Paris), 1998, printed 2010, archival pigment print, unnumbered in an edition of 5, signed in pencil recto, 4 1/2 x 6 3/8" on 11 x 8 1/2" paper. Estimate: $800 - $1,200 Donated by the artist

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Joanne Savio Pina Bausch, 1994, printed 2017, archival pigment print, edition 5 of 20, not signed, 25 x 25". Estimate: $3,000 - $4,500 Donated by the artist

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Colleen Plumb Suki (Tacoma, WA) at Eyjafjallajรถkull, Iceland, 2018, archival pigment print, edition 1 of 4, signed verso, 17 x 25" on 19 x 27" paper. Estimate: $2,800 - $4,000 Donated by the ar tist and Dina Mitrani Gallery

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Ruben Natal-San Miguel Mama (Beautiful Skin), Hunts Point, Bronx, NYC, 2017, Kodak Endura metallic chromogenic print, ar tist proof, signed and titled in ink verso, 9 1/2 x 9 1/2" on 10 x 10" paper. Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500 Donated by the ar tist

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Raymond Jacobs Louis Armstrong, Basin Street East, NYC, 1954, gelatin silver print, unique vintage print, printed by the artist, signed verso, dated and captioned by the executor of the estate in pencil with photographer's estate stamp, 13 1/2 x 9 1/2" on 14 x 11" paper. Estimate: $4,500 - $6,000 Donated by the Estate of Raymond Jacobs and the J. Blatt Agency LLC

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John Huba Pinnacle Rock, Galapagos Islands, 2000, archival pigment print, artist proof, signed, titled and dated verso, 15 1/2 x 19 1/2" on 17 x 21 1/4" paper. Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500 Donated by the artist

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Gay Block Maria von Maltzan, Germany, from Rescuers: Portraits of Moral Courage during the Holocaust, 1988, printed 2018, archival pigment print, artist proof, signed verso, 17 2/5 x 22" on 20 1/4 x 24" paper. Estimate: $2,500 - $3,000 Donated by the ar tist

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Carla Shapiro The Blush Shadows of Early Morning, from the series To Capture A Shadow, 2017, archival pigment print, ar tist proof 1 of 2, signed verso, 22 x 22". Estimate: $2,200 - $3,200 Donated by the ar tist

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Terrence A. Reese Gordon Parks in his home, New York City, from the series REFLECTIONS, 1995, printed 2017, gelatin silver print, edition 3 of 15, signed, titled and dated recto, 15 x 15" on 20 1/4 x 16" paper. Estimate: $2,200 - $3,200 Donated by the artist and J. Blatt Agency LLC

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Tema Stauffer Rear Bedroom, Oliver Bronson House, Hudson, New York, from the series Upstate, 2016, printed 2018, archival pigment print, edition 1 of 8, signature label, 20 x 16" on 24 x 20" paper. Estimate: $2,500 - $3,500 Donated by the artist

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Janice Mehlman Echoing Inside Me, from the series Intimate Truths, 2018, archival pigment print on watercolor paper, edition 2 of 12, signed recto, 28 x 19", tipped to archival board. Estimate: $4,500 - $6,000 Donated by the ar tist

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Ber Murphy Hudson, from the series Plants, 2014, archival pigment print, edition 1 of 6, signed in ink verso, 22 x 28". Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500 Donated by the ar tist

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Margaret Bourke-White Landing and exterior view of Father Devine's religious mission next to barn with 'PEACE' painted on the side, Krum Elbow, NY, 1939, gelatin silver print, unique, inscription "Hudson River Valley Landing at Krum Elbow (Father Divine)" in pencil verso, plus photographer's credit stamp and Time, Inc. copyright stamp, 9 1/2 x 13 1/4". Condition repor t available. Estimate: $8,000 - $12,000 Donated by Howard Greenberg Gallery

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Alinka EcheverrĂ­a Juba, South Sudan, June 2011. Christina Killa, the chief prison officer of Juba Women's Prison. She fought in the war for 17 years, leaving the harsh conditions of the bush only when she had children, from the series Becoming South Sudan, 2011, digital c-print, artist proof, 30 x 30". This photograph ships framed. Estimate: $3,500 - $4,500 Donated by the artist

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Michael Thompson Red Nude (Meridian Press), 2010, handcrafted hardcover book and embossed clamshell enclosure, edition 30 of 100, clamshell is stamped and signed by the ar tist and includes fingerprint and embossed edition info, 15 x 20 x 1/2" (book), 17 x 22 x 1 1/4" (clamshell enclosure). Estimate: $2,800 - $4,000 Donated by the ar tist

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Just in time for the 50th Anniversary of the Woodstock Festival, we are offering an unforgettable Woodstock experience. Join us for lunch, a tour of town and an unforgettable portrait session with Elliott Landy, the official photographer of the 1969 music festival. Have your por trait made by the photographer who photographed The Band, Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin and the many other music legends of the Sixties. The package includes a choice of one 16 x 20" or two 11 x 14" archival pigment prints from your portrait session. Estimate: $3,500 - $4,000

Image: Elliott Landy, Bob Dylan at his Byrdcliffe home, Nashville Skyline album cover, Woodstock, NY 1969 (not included in package)

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Book 1

Jungjin Lee, Echo Leipzig: Spector Books, 2016. First edition, hardcover, 124 pages, out of print. Contributors: Lena Fritsch, Hester Keijser and Liz Wells. Donated by the ar tist and Howard Greenberg Gallery. Estimate: $240 - $300 Book 2

Stephen Shore, Factory: Andy Warhol New York: Phaidon Press, 2016. Hardcover, 192 pages. Donation by Phaidon Press. Estimate: $60 - $80 Book 3

Elliott Erwitt, Snaps New York: Phaidon Press, 2013. Hardcover, 240 pages. Donated by Phaidon Press. Estimate: $50 - $75

Book 4

Lauren Greenfield, Generation Wealth New York: Phaidon Press, 2017. First edition, hardcover, 504 pages. Foreword: Juliet Schor. Contributor : Trudy Wilner Stack. Donated by Phaidon Press. Estimate: $75 - $100

Book 5

Annie Leibovitz, Portraits 2005 –2016 New York: Phaidon Press, 2017. First edition, hardcover, 316 pages. Contributor : Alexandra Fuller. Afterword: Annie Leibovitz. Donated by Phaidon Press. Estimate: $90 - $150 Book 6

Nan Goldin, Eden and After New York: Phaidon Press, 2014. Hardcover, 384 pages. Donated by Phaidon Press. Estimate: $90 - $140

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Book 7

Steve McCurry, The Iconic Photographs New York: Phaidon Press, 2012. Hardcover, 272 pages. Donated by Phaidon Press. Estimate: $60 - $75

Book 8

The Magnum Photobook New York: Phaidon Press, 2016. Hardcover, 272 pages. Contributors: Carole Naggar and Fred Ritchin. Donated by Phaidon Press. Estimate: $60 - $90

Book 9

Ryan McGinley, Whistle for the Wind New York: Rizzoli, 2012. First edition, hardcover, 240 pages, signed. Donated by the ar tist. Estimate: $60 - $100 Book 10

Ryan McGinley, Way Far New York: Rizzoli, 2015. First edition, hardcover, 240 pages, signed. Author : David Rimanelli. Donated by the ar tist. Estimate: $40 - $60

Book 11

Ryan McGinley, EY! Boy Collection Spain, Luis Venegas, 2017. First edition (Volume 1, Number 4), out of print, hardcover, 224 pages, signed. Co-author : Marc Armitano. Donated by the ar tist. Estimate: $60 - $100

Book 12

Ryan McGinley, The Kids Were Alright New York: Skira Rizzoli, 2017. First edition, hardcover, 336 pages, signed. Author : Nora Burnett Abrams. Contributors: Tim Barber, Aaron Bondaroff, Dan Colen. Donated by the artist. Estimate: $60 - $100

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PDN Photo Expo 3-Day Conference Pass Includes access to • Conference seminars, keynotes, and PDN talks, held on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, October 25-27 • PhotoPlus Expo Show Floor on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, October 25-27 • 3-Day Conference Pass holders can also purchase master classes, photo walks, and workshops as add-on classes. Estimated Value: $649 each. Multiple passes available. Donated by PDN PhotoPlus Expo https://www.photoplusexpo.com

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Index of Ar tists

Berenice Abbott, 24, 17 Mariette Pathy Allen, 37, 37 Corey Arnold, 22, 14 Brenda Bancel, 41, 46 Craig Barber, 39, 42 Alva Bernadine, 22, 13 Gay Block, 46, 55 Margaret Bourke-White, 49, 61 Cornell Capa, 29, 22 Elinor Carucci, 36, 36 Jack Delano, 34, 31 Alinka Echevarría, 49, 62 Daesha Devón Harris, 35, 33 John Huba, 45, 54 Connie Imboden, 34, 32 Kenro Izu, 41, 45 Yumiko Izu, 37, 38 Raymond Jacobs, 45, 53 William Klein, 18, 5 Oliver Klink, 40, 43 David LaChapelle, 25, 18 Elliott Landy, 36, 35, 50, 64 Jungjin Lee, 38, 39 Ar thur Leipzig, 32, 28 Phillip Leonian, 33, 29 Lisa Levine, 17, 4 Leon Levinstein, 28, 20 Vivian Maier, 21, 11 Mary Ellen Mark, 19, 7 Elaine Mayes, 28, 19 Janice Mehlman, 48, 59

Doug Menuez, 42, 47 Ray K. Metzker, 18, 6 Joel Meyerowitz, 21, 12 John M. Miller, 30, 23 Jeffrey Milstein, 16, 1 Hye-Ryoung Min, 30, 24 Martin Munkacsi, 20, 9 Ber Murphy, 31, 26, 48, 60 Ruben Natal-San Miguel, 44, 52 Arnold Newman, 17, 3 Sarah Palmer, 39, 41 Laurie Peek, 29, 21 Matthew Pillsbury, 20, 10 Colleen Plumb, 44, 51 Jan Rattia, 42, 48 Terrence A. Reese, 47, 57 Justine Reyes, 16, 2 Aaron Rezny, 40, 44 Roger Ricco, 38, 40 Joanne Savio, 43, 50 Valerie Shaff, 32, 27 Carla Shapiro, 46, 56 Alan Siegel, 43, 49 Tema Stauffer, 47, 58 Ernest Stone, 35, 34 Josef Sudek, 19, 8 Allan Tannenbaum, 33, 30 Michael Thompson, 50, 63 Martín Weber, 31, 25 Weegee, 23, 15 Minor White, 23, 16

Please note listings include: page number, lot number

Book Artists Elliott Erwitt, 51, Book 3 Nan Goldin, 51, Book 6 Lauren Greenfield, 51, Book 4 Jungjin Lee, 51, Book 1 Annie Leibovitz, 51, Book 5 Magnum, 52, Book 8 Steve McCurry, 52, Book 7 Ryan McGinley, 52, Books 9-12 Stephen Shore, 51, Book 2

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Conditions of Sale

Thank you for your support of the Center for Photography at Woodstock, whether you are attending our annual benefit event on September 29, 2018 in person or are placing an absentee bid. Please take a moment to read the conditions of sale below that will assist you in par ticipating in CPW’s 40th Annual Benefit Auction. The auctioneer will accept bids from bidders present at the Auction who raise their paddles to signify bidding interest and from absentee bidders who make bids with CPW in advance of the Auction. The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer will be the purchaser ; in the event of any dispute between bidders, the auctioneer will have final discretion. The auctioneer may act either by placing consecutive bids up to the amount of the reserve, open bidding at the reserve, enter bids in response to salesroom and order bids. CPW staff, board members, and volunteers may bid at the Auction for themselves, and/or they may execute bids for absentee buyers. If the auctioneer decides that any opening bid is below the value of the ar ticle offered, s/he may reject the bid and withdraw the article from sale. CPW will record the name or paddle number of the successful bidder upon the fall of the hammer. Each lot is sold “as is” and all purchases are final. CPW does not make any expression or implied warranty or representation as to the condition of any lot offered for sale, and no statement made at any time, whether oral or written, shall constitute such a warranty or representation. Descriptions of condition are not warranties. The descriptions of the conditions of ar ticles in this catalogue, including all references to damage or repairs, are provided as a service to interested persons. Accordingly, all lots should be viewed personally by prospective buyers or an authorized representative to evaluate the condition of the property offered for sale. Unless a lot is identified as part of a limited edition, no edition limit should be assumed. Unless a lot is identified as having been printed in a certain year, no date of printing can be warranted. All prints are shipped unframed, unless noted otherwise. Payment is due at the evening of sale unless otherwise agreed with CPW staff. Accepted methods of payment are credit card (American Express, Mastercard, Visa), check, money order, cash, or Paypal. Kingston, NY sales tax (8%) is charged on any purchases picked up or delivered in New York State, unless the purchaser has given CPW a valid resale exemption. Tax-exempt numbers should be registered the night of the sale or placed on absentee bid forms. Purchases shipped outside New York State may be subject to the sales tax of those states. The cost for shipping is not included in the auction bids. Upon request, art work can be mailed by US Mail or FedEx. The buyer agrees to pay the cost of shipping and handling of no less than $125, depending on weight and shipping address. Please contact the CPW staff to determine the exact cost or if you would like to make alternative shipping arrangements. If you have any questions, please call CPW at (845) 679-9957. Most impor tantly, all proceeds from the Benefit Auction sale will go to fund CPW’s year-round ar tist-centered programs!

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How to Place an Absentee Bid

Absentee Bidding CPW’s auction will be posted online at www.artsy.net/cpw-benefit and viewers will be able to place absentee bids electronically. The service is secure and no charges will be placed to your credit card until you have be notified of your successful bids. We encourage you to use this service. You may access it by visiting www.ar tsy.net or by downloading the Artsy app to your phone. Ar tsy bidding for the live and silent auction will begin at 12:00pm EST, Friday, September 14, 2018. The silent auction will close online and on the Ar tsy app at 8:00pm EST, September 29. The live auction will close online and on the Artsy app at 2:00pm EST, September 29. Live auction proxy bids will be placed by an Ar tsy representative during the live auction at the event. Interested persons attending the event or planning to place bids long distance are encouraged to register through Artsy.net or by downloading their app, Artsy: Buy & Sell Original Art. All rules per taining to online absentee bidding remain the same as for absentee bids submitted via mail or via telephone. Order bids may be submitted online, telephoned in, or by special request, via proxy at the live sale. Such bids will be executed at the lowest possible price taking into account the reserve price—if any— and Auction floor bids. This may mean that you will purchase the item for less than the top bid you leave. If matching bids have been entered by two or more par ties, the first bid received by CPW will take preference. The photographs for sale and additional information can be viewed online via Artsy.net. The art may be viewed in person by appointment or during the preview exhibition that opens September 22 in Kingston. Prospective buyers are encouraged to request a condition report for any lot up until Thursday, September 27 at 5:00pm. Notification of successful bids will be made within ten business days of the auction. The cost for shipping is not included in the auction bids. Upon request, ar t work can be mailed by US Mail or FedEx. The buyer agrees to pay the cost of shipping and handling of no less than $125, depending on weight and shipping address. Please contact the CPW staff to determine the exact cost or if you would like to make alternative shipping arrangements. If you have any questions, please call CPW at (845) 679-9957. Payment must be made within ten business days of notification or your purchase will be cancelled.

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Acknowledgements


Photos courtesy of Gay Block

For her 39 years as the photography curator at the MFAH, Anne Tucker was the most important museum curator for emerging photographer the world has ever seen! Many of us, including John Baldessari, can attest to her having purchased the first image ever to go in a museum’s collection. Her vision, her wisdom, and her depth of knowledge of our medium is unparalleled. I’m more than grateful that she and I have been friends since 1975 when she first moved to Houston, and that Linda Connor suggested I call Anne for lunch! We’ve been lunching, etc. etc., ever since! Thank you, Anne, for your huge impact on photography, for which we are all the grateful beneficiaries.

GAY BLOCK


Our warmest congratulations to Anne Wilkes Tucker for her extraordinary contributions to the art and appreciation of photography. With gratitude, STAN SAGNER + PAUL WASHINGTON

Our thanks to Anne Wilkes Tucker, an extraordinary curator, writer, and friend to all. FROM EVERYONE AT THE HOWARD GREENBERG GALLERY


CONGRATULATIONS, ANNE! From taking the MFA Houston collection of less than 150 prints to 30,000 by over 4,000 photographers, thank you for your tireless efforts on behalf of artists, curators, collectors, historians and scholars everywhere. Â CLINTON CARGILL AND THANAKORN JIRASEVIJINDA

Thank you Anne Tucker for the encouragement, mentorship and efforts to shine a light on young and emerging photographers. This award is most deserved. STEVEN WECHSLER THE WECHSLER GROUP


It takes a dedicated individual with true vision to dive into dusty boxes and archives around the world to uncover gems that have laid in waiting. Thank you, Anne Tucker, for your years of service to the field of photography, we can’t wait to see what you uncover next. NADINE LEMMON GUNK FOUNDATION

Hats off to Anne Wilkes Tucker! Unstoppable as curator, writer, mentor and visionary. SQ-TRAVEL BY DESIGN, LLC. SUSAN QUILLIN


Congratulations, Anne. No one deserves this more than you. In all my years of working with you, I was always impressed with how you continued to reach for new material and grow our worldwide knowledge of photography. Because of your brilliant insistence on educating those who worked with you, you made our journeys so much richer! And now your published works reach the entire world. Brava, Anne! ALEXANDRA MARSHALL

To a woman who has changed the photo world! BARRY MAYO


Congratulations, Anne Wilkes Tucker. In gratitude of your insatiable curiosity, empathetic eye, generosity of spirit, and continuous investigation of photo history’s gaps. MICHAEL KNAUTH + HENRY T. FORD

Dear Anne, we are honored to have you as this year’s Visionary Award honoree. Being a visionary is not something one sets out to be. Rather, it is recognized by others through a lifetime of actions and words that inspire and drive us to be better versions of ourselves as artists and people. Thank you! FROM EVERYONE AT CPW


Our thanks and gratitude to Howard Greenberg, whose vision and generosity continue to make the photo world a better place. HENRY BUHL

Congratulations, CPW. You make 41 look like the new 20! JED & GEORGE ROOT


Photo courtesy of Laurie Lambrecht

Our warmest thanks to everybody who has supported CPW's Artist-in-Residence Program. Through your help we were able to purchase the Artist House in 2017, which serves as work-and-live space for artists. And through your continued support in 2018, we were able to extend the residency stays from four to six weeks and to make significant upgrades to the workspace. The purchase of CPW’s artist house was made possible through the extraordinary generosity from the Phillip and Edith Leonian Foundation, the Thompson Family Foundation, Howard and Ellen Greenberg, Dennis Gatto and his children Greg & Katha, and the generous support from over 100 individual donors. Continuous support for the residency program comes from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, New York State Council on the Arts, the Joy of Giving Something Foundation, and other organizations such as Adobe, Inc., Canson Infinity, the Gunk Foundation, MAC Group, the Milton & Sally Avery Foundation, and more. Thank you!


CPW Artist-in-Residence Program — a commitment to the dialogue around diversity, race and identity. One hundred and twenty-eight ar tists and counting: Sophia Nahli Allison, Kenseth Armstead, Daniel Ballesteros, Deborah Bay, Tulu Bayar, Endia Beal, Daniel Bejar, Nydia Blas, Terry Boddie, Emilie Boone (critical studies), Dannielle Bowman, Maria Boyundo, Jillian Marie Browning, Nicole Caruth (critical studies), Brittney Cathey-Adams, Howard Henry Chen, Amanda Chestnut, William Cordova, Lourdes Correa-Carlo, Margarida Correia, Tenzing Dakpa, Rocio De Alba, Jeremy Dennis, Isaac Diggs, John Edmonds, Susan E. Evans, Caleb Ferguson, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Nikita Gale, TiaSimone Gardner, Gerard H. Gaskin, Lawrence Getubig, Juan Giraldo, Myra Greene, Eyakem Gulilat, Daniel Handal, Daesha Devón Harris, Kira Lynn Harris, L. Kasimu Harris, Ricardo Morales Hernandez, Wayne Hodge, Yancey Hughes, Dorothy Imagire, Ina Jang, Tomiko Jones, Priya Kambli, Hee-Jin Kang, Tommy Kha, Ratna Khanna, Grace Kim, Juri Kim, Mijoo Kim, Tarrah Krajnak, Antonia Kuo, Nina Kuo, Kathya Maria Landeros, Deana Lawson, Jung Yun Lee, Alma Leiva, Yijun Pixy Liao, Jeanette Louie, Sonia Louise-Davis, Isabelle Lumpkin, Stephen Marc, Marlo Marrero, Charles Mar tin, Freddy Martinez (critical studies), Rebecca Mar tinez, John Edwin Mason (critical studies), Will Matsuda, Annu Palakunnathu Matthew, Joshua Rashaad McFadden, Felicia Megginson, Noritaka Minami, Kevin J. Miyazaki, Emily Hanako Momohara, Natasha Moustache, Yamini Nayar, crystal a.m. nelson (critical studies), Gina Osterloh, Liz Park (critical studies), Ke Peng, Dawitt Petros, Sasha Phyars-Burgess,Tim Portlock, Daniel Ramos, Kameelah Rasheed, Justine Reyes, Jeanette Rodriguez, Wilka Roig, Kanako Sasaki, Jacolby Satterwhite, Keisha Scarville, Danielle Scruggs, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Sun Joo Shin, Sofia Silva, Xaviera Simmons, Rishi Singhal, Karina Aguilera Skvirsky, Kwabena Slaughter, Sheida Soleimani, Yoshi Sugitatsu, Kunie Sugiura, Susan Surface, Leonard Suryajaya, Motohiro Takeda, Joanna Tam, Noelle Tan, Mayumi Terada, Jade Thiraswas, Jared Thorne, Sherwin Rivera Tibayan (critical studies), Lupita Murrillo Tinnen, Danny Tisdale, Hong-an Truong, Toshi Ueshina, Rodrigo Valenzuela, Jessica Vaughn, Preston Wadley, Donna J. Wan, Claire Warden, Mar tin Weber, Vagner Whitehead, Sune Woods, Moonching Wu, Soon-Mi Yoo and Wenxin Zhang. www.cpw.org Woodstock AIR Program. Going strong since 1999. Now with artist house.


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