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FWAB

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15th

ANNUAL FRIENDS OF FRIENDS PHOTOGRAPHY AUCTION Benefiting Angkor Hospital for Children

December 4, 2012


15th ANNUAL FRIENDS OF FRIENDS PHOTOGRAPHY AUCTION Benefiting Angkor Hospital for Children DATE

December 4, 2012 (Tuesday) 6:00 – 7:00 pm Preview & Cocktail Reception 7:00 – 8:30 pm Live Auction LOCATION

Metropolitan Pavilion 123 West 18th Street, #5FL The Level, New York, NY 10011 DÉCOR

Chazz Levi HORS D’OEUVRES DURING THE COCKTAIL RECEPTION AND LIVE AUCTION PROVIDED BY:

Saffron 59 All proceeds benefit Angkor Hospital for Children in Cambodia. All of the artwork can also be viewed online at www.fwabphotoauction.org which includes links to each artist’s homepage. FOR INQUIRIES, CONTACT:

FRIENDS WITHOUT A BORDER 1123 Broadway, #1210, New York, NY 10010 Tel (212) 691-0909 Fax (212)337-8052 e-mail: fwab@fwab.org

Catalog Printed by New York Press & Graphics Digital Photography courtesy of Don Penny, NYC Cover: © The Irving Penn Foundation: Irving Penn, Child with Goat, Morocco, 1971


Foreword

Next year will mark the 20th anniversary of my first visit to Cambodia. I remember the first trip like it was yesterday. Tourists were rarely seen at that time so when I set up my large camera on the causeway to the Angkor Wat, I was alone. After spending a good amount of time under my dark cloth composing a picture, I emerged to find myself surrounded by a group of children with big, curious eyes looking at me and inspecting my photography equipment. I was astonished to see some of the children were missing limbs, disfigured by landmines, and yet they were all smiling, with bright eyes, at a visitor. I began looking into the local government hospital and soon realized that it was nearly impossible for a family to seek medical treatment if they were not wealthy. I encountered a scene of a father who, having spent all his money for the journey to the hospital and unable to pay for treatment, looked helplessly on as his little girl passed away lying in a hospital bed. That’s when I decided to build Angkor Hospital for Children (AHC), a children’s hospital, with compassionate staff that would treat every child, regardless of their financial situation. The development of Cambodia, especially in Siem Reap, has been amazing: a quiet, ancient capital has become a popular tourist destination and Cambodians have swiftly adapted to the ever changing economy. So, too, is the progress that our staff has made since AHC opened in 1999. It started with only a handful of doctors and nurses working with several expat medical professionals to learn basic medical skills and knowledge. As AHC has gradually expanded over the years, the staff have become competent in their work, turning into excellent role models and the leaders of the next generation of Cambodia’s healthcare system. A world-class Cambodian hospital for Cambodians by Cambodians, has always been our ultimate goal. Thanks to the tireless efforts of the phenomenal staff and volunteers at AHC, I have proudly watched the hospital grow from infancy to adolescence. I’m happy to announce that AHC is about to enter into the next phase of its life and will take a big step in 2013 toward the eventual goal of becoming an independent entity. It is a very exciting moment. It has been an amazing journey and it would not have been possible without the wonderful supporters of our signature event, the photo auction. This annual charity event started fifteen years ago in the Howard Greenberg Gallery, a strong partner from the beginning. Year after year, hundreds of artists have donated their work, committee members have worked hard to improve the event, and the audience has been making successful bids — all to support our cause. I cannot express to you how much it means to me to see so many caring and generous people come together to keep this dream alive, proving every year that “Art can Make a Difference.” I would like to take this opportunity to express my deepest gratitude for your generosity.

Kenro Izu Photographer Founder, Friends Without A Border


LOOKING back, Looking ahead

Since its inception, AHC has steadily grown with the help of knowledgeable, dedicated staff, and caring donors. When the hospital opened its doors in 1999, patients were successfully treated with only an outpatient department. In 2001, outreach programs focusing on preventive care and health promotion were launched, followed by a Medical Education Center in 2004 and an Intensive Care Unit in 2006. In 2010, the AHC Satellite was established to give healthcare options to patients and their families in remote villages and to lessen complications that could arise from the long journey to AHC. Also in 2011, Friends partnered with The Lake Clinic, an innovative boat-based medical distribution system for the dispossessed and neglected floating villages on the Tonle Sap, Southeast Asia’s largest lake. Established by founding AHC director Jon Morgan, The Lake Clinic utilizes specially outfitted watercraft to travel for up to six days at a time to reach families and children who might otherwise not have the means to travel to AHC for treatment. The seed of an idea that was planted in 1993, when Kenro Izu, Friends and AHC founder, first visited Cambodia and realized the desperate need for high-quality medical care for children, has evolved into a successful model that is respected throughout Cambodia and the international medical and philanthropic communities. As AHC works toward self-reliance and self-governance, Friends has begun exploratory visits to neighboring countries so that we can bring the same level of knowledge, treatment, and compassionate care to the underserved children of Southeast Asia. So many dedicated and loyal friends have given their support to further Friends Without A Border’s cause of healing children, healing Cambodia, especially in the arts and photography communities. Members of these communities are essential to AHC’s success and to making the annual Friends of Friends Photography Auction a fantastic event and an important financial resource for the hospital. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all the photographers, galleries, and collectors who have contributed to the 15th Annual Friends of Friends Photography Auction. With this special 15th anniversary, Friends will surpass a cumulative total of $2 million raised by the auctions over the past 15 years. We thank the artists whose photographs make the auction possible; our generous donors who provide essential support; committee members who give so much of their time, energy, and talent to the event; and, of course, a sincere thank you to everyone who attends the auction. Your support makes a spectacular difference to so many people on the other side of the world.

Photos © AHC (top) & KarlGlobl.com

In 2011, Friends Without A Border and Angkor Hospital for Children marked a very special milestone - near the very end of the year, the hospital treated its one millionth patient when 11-month-old Alya was brought to the hospital seeking treatment for a bad case of stomach flu. Her mother told the staff, “We trust the care that the doctors give here at AHC. The medicine always works and the staff is kind.” The smiles of the mother and her daughter as they left the hospital say it all!


Special Print Seeing Things from the series Monsters in the Closet by Wendy Sacks

It is our pleasure to present this limited-edition print, generously donated by Wendy Sacks exclusively for the 15th Annual Friends of Friends Photography Auction. The print is now available prior to the auction. Price $500 (tax-deductible portion $480) Edition of 15 Pigment print Year of work: 2012 Image size 12 x 7 7/8 on 14 x 11 paper, presented in 17 x 14 4-ply mat Signed, editioned and dated by the artist in pencil on the recto; Embossed with Friends Without A Border stamp Prints courtesy of www.LumierePhoto.com

Artist’s Statement on the Series: A child’s ordinary bedtime routine is often times incomplete without the parent’s feigned search for the scary monsters that lurk under the bed and in the closet, accompanied by the comforting reassurance that every dark crevice is vacant of evil. All too often however, such a reassurance is not entirely true. Real monsters don’t hide in the closet, they hide at the bedside under the guise of a guardian and blur their violence or anger under the pretense of love, discipline, or trust. Monsters in the Closet depicts how child abuse is veiled from society by the fog of lies abusive parents tell to their children, themselves, and to the world.


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Eliot Porter CafÊ Algodones, New Mexico, 1947 Gelatin silver print mounted on a museum board 7 1/2 x 9 1/2 Signed by the artist in pencil on the mount recto; Photographer’s stamp, titled, dated and numbered in ink on the verso Estimate $3,500 Donated by The Estate of Eliot Porter courtesy of Scheinbaum & Russek Ltd.

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Lewis Hine The Promised Land: A Jewish Grandmother Arriving at Ellis Island with Her Family and High Hopes of a Wonderful Future for All, 1926 Gelatin silver print; Printed c. 1942 13 3/8 x 10 1/2 Annotations by pencil #1113.25 on bottom left, 24009 HL on top right, and Ellis Island, 1926 on bottom right of the verso Estimate $2,000 Donated by The Estate of Harry H. Lunn, Jr.

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Berenice Abbott Pingpank Barbershop, 413 Bleecker Street, May 18, 1938 Gelatin silver print; Printed c. 1980 19 1/4 x 15 1/4 Signed in pencil on the mount recto Estimate $7,000 Donated by Commerce Graphics courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery

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James Karales Two Young Boys, Rendville, Ohio 1956 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 2009 13 3/8 x 8 1/8 Estate stamp with signature of executrix, Monica Karales, title, date, print date and copyright date in pencil on the verso Edition no. 3/4 Estimate $3,000 Donated by The Estate of James Karales courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery

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Lyndie Benson Flying Laird 2012 Pigment print 26 1/4 x 26 1/4 Signed, dated, titled and editioned in pencil on the verso; Stamped as donation Artist print Estimate $3,500 Donated by the artist courtesy of Kanamangcapus Works The image is included in the artist’s monograph, The Point (Dollhouse Inc. Publishing, 2012).

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George S. Zimbel Blonde Girl & Black Dog, Queens, NY 1962 Gelatin silver print 22 1/2 x 15 1/4 Signed and year of work in ink on the recto; Signed, titled, and years of work and print in pencil on the verso Unique edition for this size Estimate $4,000 Donated by the artist and Elaine Zimbel

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The image is in the collections of International Center of Photography, Institut Valencia D’Art Modern, and Owens Art Gallery & Museum.


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Michael Clinton Antarctica Remains 2003 Pigment print; Printed in 2012 12 1/2 x 19 Signed and editioned in pencil on the recto Edition no. 1/15 Estimate $1,000 Donated by the artist The image is on the cover of the artist’s monograph, Global Remains (Gliterrati, 2011). The book comes with the print.

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Lois Conner Campania, Italy 2011 Pigment print 17 1/4 x 22 Signed, titled, editioned and print type in ink on the recto Artist print no. 1 Estimate $2,500 Donated by the artist This new series by Conner was featured in Aperture Magazine issue no. 204 (August, 2011).

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William Thompson Tanzania, Elephant Communication from the series Elephants of the World 1990 Giclee print on Arches; Printed in 2012 16 1/2 x 23 7/8 Signed, titled and dated in pencil and stamp on the recto Unique print Estimate $3,000 Donated by the artist courtesy of Anne Reed Gallery

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This series depicting elephant communication was created on a two-year assignment for National Geographic.


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Lynn Saville Girl on the Highline 2010 C-print 16 1/2 x 22 Signed, titled, editioned and year of work in ink on the verso Artist print no. 1 Estimate $1,750 Donated by the artist courtesy of Yancey Richardson Gallery

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Saul Leiter Chauffeur (variant), 1955 C-print; Printed c. 2005 13 1/2 x 9 Signed in ink on the verso Estimate $4,000 Donated by the artist courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery

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Nicholas Prior Untitled #200 2012 C-print 14 x 17 1/4 Signed, titled, editioned and dated in ink on the verso Edition no. 2/15 Estimate $2,000 Donated by the artist courtesy of Yossi Milo Gallery

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Elliott Erwitt USA, New York City, 1953 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 2012 11 1/2 x 17 3/4 Signed in ink on the recto; Signed and titled in pencil on the verso Estimate $5,500 Donated by the artist The image is included in the artist’s monograph, Personal Best (Te Neues, 2008), page 422.

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William Abranowicz Stonehenge 1994 Pigment print; Printed in 2012 13 3/8 x 9 7/8 Signed in pencil on the mount recto Framed Estimate $1,500 Donated by the artist and Andrea Raisfeld courtesy of Bonni Benrubi Gallery The image is an outtake from a cover shoot assignment for Condé Nast Traveler.

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Loewy and Puiseux Photographie Lunaire: Rheita - Monts Altai - Theophile 16 Février 1899 16h5 Vintage heliogravure 22 1/2 x 18 1/2 Estimate $4,800 Donated by Fraenkel Gallery A tissue overlay identifies the names of the craters.

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Kikuji Kawada The Last Cosmology 1987 Vintage selenium-toned gelatin silver print 8 1/2 x 12 5/8 Photographer’s blindstamp on the recto; Signed, titled, editioned, dated and annotation in pencil on the verso Edition no. 18/20 Framed Estimate $9,000 Donated by the artist courtesy of Photo Gallery International and Tsuyoshi Saeki The image is of the last annular eclipse of the 20th century, photographed at Cape Zampa in Yomitani Village, Okinawa, Japan. Self-taught in photography, Kawada’s first photographic success was in the contest of Camera Monthly magazine (1952), which was judged by Ken Domon and Ihei Kimura. He was one of the founders of the VIVO group. His monograph, The Last Cosmology received annual awards from the Photographic Society of Japan and the Higashikawa Prize (1996).

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Herb Ritts Nandoye & Nangini (Rear View) Africa 1993 Vintage gelatin silver print; Printed in 1994 13 x 10 1/4 Estate stamp with signature of Mark McKenna, executive director at HRF, and annotation of gift print; Titled and editioned in pencil on the verso Edition no. 15/25 Frame courtesy of Fine Art Frame Works Estimate $4,000 Donated by Herb Ritts Foundation courtesy of Edwynn Houk Gallery The image was published in the artist’s monograph, Africa (Little, Brown and Company/ Bulfinch Press, 1994).

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Steve McCurry Boy in Mid-Flight 2007

C-print; Printed in 2012 13 x 19 1/2 Signed in ink on the recto; Photographer’s label with date and catalog # (INDIA-10720) on the verso Frame courtesy of CLV Art Services Estimate $3,000 Donated by the artist courtesy of Imagine Asia The image appears on the cover of the artist’s monograph, The Unguarded Moment (Phaidon, 2009).

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Peter Steinhauer Teal Cocoon, Hong Kong - 2011 Pigment print on Hahnemuhle Baryta; Printed in 2012 36 x 36 Signed, titled and dated in ink on the recto Artist proof Estimate $5,000 Donated by the artist

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Don Hong-Oai Gibbons at Play, Tianzi Mountains, 1986 Gelatin silver print; Printed c. 1992 14 x 11 Signed in pencil and photorgapher’s copyright stamp on the verso; The red chops with the artist’s name, title and year in Chinese charactors in ink on the recto; The calligraphy on the face of the picture-giving title and location (supposedly) is handwritten by the artist Approximately 65 original prints Estimate $6,000 Donated by The Estate of Don Hong-Oai courtesy of Photos Gallery/ Ruth Silverman The print is made from several original negatives composed by the artist. No two prints of the same image are exactly alike. The image does not present a real scene.

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Masatomo Kuriya

Lotus in Gold, 1988 Cibachrome; Printed in 1988 22 1/2 x 18 Signed, titled and editioned in ink on the recto Edition no. 2/15 Estimate 2,000 Donated by the artist courtesy of Yancey Richardson Gallery

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Michael Massaia Deep in a Dream, Central Park, 2009 Multicoated platinum-palladium print; Printed in 2012 12 X 15 1/4 Signed and editioned in ink on the recto and in pencil on the verso Artist proof Framed Estimate $2,400 Donated by the artist courtesy of June Bateman Fine Art

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In the series, Central Park is captured in its most haunting, desolate, and inviting moments between 2:00 - 6:00 a.m. Massaia recreates true “one shot” scenes by specializing in large format b/w film image capture and large format Platinum printing.


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Horst P. Horst Coco Chanel (Reclining), 1937 Gelatin silver print; Printed in late 1980s 7x7 The collector’s stamp on the verso Estimate $3,000 Donated by William Abranowicz and Andrea Raisfeld

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Richard Phibbs Anissai 2009 Pigment print 16 3/8 x 21 Signed in pencil and embossed on the recto Edition no. 4/25 Estimate $3,250 Donated by the artist

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The image is included in the artist’s monograph, Chasing Beauty (powerHouse Books, 2010) and in the private collection of Ralph Lauren’s home.

Eikoh Hosoe Barakei (Ordeal by Roses) #32, 1961 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 2011 11 x 14 Signed in pencil on the recto; Signed and titled in pencil on the verso Frame courtesy of CLV Art Services Estimate $5,500 Donated by the artist courtesy of Tsuyoshi Saeki The series is a portrait of the controversial author Yukio Mishima at home. The image is included in the artist’s monograph, Barakei (Shueisha, 1963; Aperture, 2008).

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Irving Penn Child with Goat, Morocco, 1971 Gelatin silver print mounted on a museum board; Printed in 1991 14 3/4 x 14 7/8 Signed by the artist and titled in ink with original credit stamp on the verso Edition no. 6 Frame courtesy of Drummond Framing Estimate $40,000 Donated and copyrighted by The Irving Penn Foundation

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Ed Pfizenmaier Best to Go: Vogue Ad, 1960s Vintage gelatin silver print 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 Signed and titled in pencil and stamp on the verso Framed Estimate $3,500 Donated by the artist courtesy of Staley Wise Gallery

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Daido Moriyama Hip 1979 Gelatin silver print 10 x 13 1/4 Signed in pencil on the verso Framed Estimate $3,000 Donated by the artist

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William Klein Red Light, Rome, 1960 Gelatin silver print; Printed c. 2000 11 3/4 x 18 Signed and titled in pencil on the verso Estimate $4,000 Donated by the artist courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery


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Hiroshi Sugimoto White Rhinoceros from the series Dioramas 1980 Selenium-toned gelatin silver print mounted on a 2-ply museum board; Printed in 1992 13 3/8 x 23 Signed in pencil on the recto; Title and edition blindstamped in the margin Edition no. 11/25 Frame courtesy of Fine Art Frame Works Estimate $20,000 Donated by the artist The image is included in the catalog, Hiroshi Sugimoto (Hatje Cantz Verleg, 2010), page 66. “Upon first arriving in New York in 1974, I did the tourist thing. Eventually I visited the Natural History Museum, where I made a curious discovery: the stuffed animals positioned before painted backdrops looked utterly fake, yet by taking a quick peek with one eye closed, all perspective vanished, and suddenly they looked very real. I’d found a way to see the world as a camera does. However fake the subject, once photographed, it’s as good as real.”

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Jerry N. Uelsmann Untitled, 1976 (a.k.a.Philosopher’s Study) Gelatin silver print; Printed in 1995 19 3/8 x 14 1/2 Signed, titled and year of work in ink and stamp on the verso and the mount verso; Initialed and dated in pencil on the window mat Estimate $7,000 Donated by the artist Uelsmann’s work has been exhibited in more than 100 individual shows in the U.S. and abroad over the past thirty years and is in the permanent collections of many museums worldwide. Most recently, the Peabody Essex Museum has hosted the artist’s 50-year retrospective (2012).

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Imagining Asia: Two decades on Special Portfolio by James Whitlow Delano

Tibetan Girls Running, Labrang, Amdo, Tibet, 1996 Based in Tokyo, Japan since 1993, James Whitlow Delano has photographed throughout Asia, Latin America and Africa. He balances his time between magazine assignments, projects on social issues, and creating fine-art images. Delano is drawn to Asia because it does not turn away a stranger, who moves on instinct with a Leica camera. “I have lived several lifetimes in two decades without beginning to quench my curiosity.” His finely-crafted black and white images have been extensively exhibited throughout Europe, North America, Asia and Australia, and is in the collections of Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Museum of Photographic Arts, La Triennale di Milano Fine Arts Museum, and Museo Fotografia Contemporanea. His work regularly appears in publications such as the New York Times Magazine, Newsweek, GEO, and Time, among many others. Delano has been cited with the Alfred Eisenstadt Award from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism/Life Magazine, NPPA’s Best of Photojournalism, Leica’s Oskar Barnack, and Picture of the Year International, among others.

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A collection of ten pigment prints. Foreword by Syunichi Nishiyama, President and Founder of Mado-sha Publishing, Tokyo, Japan. All of the prints are matted and presented in a hand-crafted double wall drop spine box, covered in elegant bookbinding cloth and a direct foil-stamped on the cover. Various image sizes printed on 11 5/8 x 16 1/2 paper, matted with 16 x 20 boards: Printed in 2012 Signed, titled, dated and editioned by the artist in pencil on the verso; Embossed with Friends Without A Border stamp on each print Edition no. 1/2 of portfolio with artist proof prints from edition of 10; Prints are edition of 25 Estimate $8,000 Donated by the artist Portfolio courtesy of Cloverleaf Studio

Aung San Suu Kyi in the Garden of her Rangoon Home, Burma, 1996


Veiled Infant, China, 1995

Monk’s Reflection, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 1998

Bai Junk on Lake Erhai, Yunnan Province, China, 1997

Dong Twins, Zhaoxing, Guizhou, China, 1999


Monk Atop Steps of Main Prayer Hall at Labrang Monastery, Amdo, Tibet, 2000

Dugout Boats Crossing Rapti River at Chitwan, Nepal, 1997

Bago, Myanmar 1998

Unloading Coal from a Canal Barge, Near Suzhou, China, 1996

Janbeyang Holy Mountain, Konkaling Mountains, Kham, Tibet, 2001


Silent AUCTION

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Sandi Fellman Deception #31 2012 Pigment print 14 x 10 1/2 Signed, titled and year of print in pencil on the recto Estimate $1,000 Donated by the artist

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Masao Yamamoto Nakazora #1400 2005 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 2011 5 x 4 3/4 Photographer’s stamp with signature, edition, and date in pencil on the verso Edition no. 19/40 Estimate $1,000 Donated by the artist

Jasmine Swope The Tides of El Matador #3 2011 Palladium print 14 x 18 Signed in pencil on the verso Edition no. 1/9 Framed Estimate $1,200 Donated by the artist The image was exhibited at the Kierman Gallery (2012).

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Ruth Orkin Couple in MG, Florence, Italy, 1951 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 2010 9 3/8 x 13 3/8 Photographer’s blindstamp on the recto; Estate stamp with title, date, copyright date, and signature of executrix, Mary Engel, in pencil on the verso Estimate $1,000 Donated by Ruth Orkin Photo Archive courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery

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Mike Disfarmer Untitled, c. 1943 Gelatin silver print; Printed c. 2000 11 7/8 x 7 Disfarmer Collection blindstamp on the recto; Disfarmer Collection stamp and edition in pencil on the verso Edition no. 6/75 Estimate $1,000 Donated by Disfarmer.com courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery

Lorenzo Cicconi Massi Un Altro Mondo 1999 Pigment print; Printed in 2004 9 1/2 x 9 1/2 Signed in ink on the recto Estimate $1,250 Donated by Forma Galleria Milano Cicconi Massi received the Canon Prize (1999) for this series dedicated to children’s games, as well as the World Press Photo Award (2007). Working also in films, his work is influenced by the observation of human realities and landscapes of his native Italy. His work appears in numerous magazines including Panorama, Venerdi and Vogue.

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Jeff Bridges Michelle Pfeiffer in The Fabulous Baker Boys, 1989 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 2003 4 x 9 3/8 Signed and editioned in ink on the recto Edition no. 46/150 Estimate $750 Donated by Rose Gallery The print comes with the artist’s monograph, Pictures (powerHouse Books, 2003). The image was shot on the set of a film.

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Simon Chaput Una NY 9L, 2002

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Gelatin silver print; Printed in 2002 8 1/4 x 21 3/4 Photographer’s copyright stamp with signature, title, edition, negative number, and print date in ink on the mount verso Edition no. 2/15 Estimate $2,000 Donated by the artist courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery

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Bob Shamis Art Blakey, Harlem 1979 Gelatin silver print; Printed in early 1980s 9 x 13 3/8 Signed, titled and year of work in pencil on the verso Open edition, 1 of 5 vintage prints Estimate $2,000 Donated by the artist courtesy of Fourth Street Photo Gallery The image was taken at Studio Toni deRossi, Verona, Italy.

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Nancy Hellebrand #354 Clouds 2003 Pigment print; Printed in 2012 16 x 21 1/2 Signed, editioned, titled and year of work in pencil on the recto Edition no. 1/11 Estimate $2,200 Donated by the artist courtesy of June Bateman Fine Art

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Joshua Jensen-Nagle Looking out from the Darkness 2007 Pigment print face-mounted on plexi; Printed in 2012 20 x 20 Signed, editioned and name in ink on the back of frame Artist print no. 3/3 Framed Estimate $1,900 Donated by the artist courtesy of Anne Reed Gallery The image has appeared in Canadian Art, National Post and Globe and Mail.

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Brigitte Carnochan Ranunculus I 1999 Gelatin silver print painted with oils; Printed in 2007 9 1/2 x 9 1/2 Signed, titled, editioned and year of print in pencil on the recto Edition no. 4/7 Estimate $1,500 Donated by the artist courtesy of Photos Gallery / Ruth Silverman Layers of paints are applied on a gelatin silver print with rolls of 100% cotton, round toothpicks and q-tips instead of brushes to interpret the essence of the subject according to the artist’s imagination. This series of work has been featured in publications such as AfterCapture (2011), Zoom (2009) and Camera Arts Magazine (2006).

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Phillip Toledano Xi 2012 Pigment print 16 x 20 Signed in pencil on the verso Artist proof Estimate $1,200 Donated by the artist courtesy of Klompching Gallery

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Tom Chambers Marwari Stallion #3 2009 Pigment print; Printed in 2012 14 x 14 1/2 Signed, titled, editioned, years of work and print in pencil on the verso Edition no. 2/20 Estimate $750 Donated by the artist courtesy of Anne Reed Gallery The image was the poster image for Salong du Automne 2010 in Paris. It was photographed on Martha’s Vineyard.

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Ed Kashi Aetas, Philippines, 1999 Pigment print; Printed in 2012 8 x 12 Signed and editioned in ink on the recto Edition no. 3/5 Estimate $750 Donated by the artist


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Sheila Rock Spinning from the series Spiritus/ St. Pancras 2011 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 2011 11 5/8 x 10 Signed, titled and editioned in pencil on the verso Edition no. 1/25 Estimate $2,000 Donated by the artist courtesy of June Bateman Fine Art

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Hiromitsu Morimoto Sunflower #2 2008 Pigment print; Printed in 2008 5x4 Signed and year of work in ink on the recto Framed Estimate $400 Donated by the artist courtesy of Jayne H Baum Gallery

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Brett Weston Spanish Valley 1960 Vintage gelatin silver print 7 5/8 x 9 1/2 Signed and year of work in pencil on the mount recto Estimate $3,000 Donated by Laurence Janss courtesy of Four Friends Gallery


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Hiroshi Watanabe Azusa Tukamoto as Osome, Matsuo Kabuki from the series Kabuki Players 2003 Early toned gelatin silver print 10 x 10 Signed, dated and editioned in pencil on the verso; Photographer’s label with title, edition, and years of work and print in ink on the mount verso Edition no. 23/30 Estimate $1,750 Donated by the artist

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Michael Kenna Tree Portrait, Study 7, Wakoto, Hokkaido, Japan, 2002 Sepia-toned gelatin silver print; Printed in 2011 8 1/4 x 7 1/2 Signed, editioned and year of work in pencil on the mount recto Edition no. 5/45 Estimate $2,000 Donated by the artist courtesy of Robert Mann Gallery

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Thomas Kellner Genova, Camera di Comercio, Gilded Room, 2005 C-print 20 1/2 x 16 1/2 Signed, titled, dated and numbered on label Edition of 20 Framed Estimate $1,500 Donated by Debora Shriver

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Albrecht T端bke Cecilia, 2011 C-print 12 1/4 x 9 3/4 Signed, titled, editioned and year of print in ink on the verso Edition no. 1/6 Estimate $2,100 Donated by the artist courtesy of Rose Gallery

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Alvin Booth Anamorphosis #09011005 2009 Uniquely toned gelatin silver print 27 x 36 Signed, editioned and year of print in pencil on the recto Edition no. 2/7 Estimate $6,000 Donated by the artist and Nike Lanning courtesy of Fahey Klein Gallery The image is an analog image of a Martha Graham dancer, created without photoshop.

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Paul Outerbridge Woman with Turquoise Dress, Laguna Beach, California, c. 1952 Pigment print; Printed in 2009 12 3/4 x 8 3/4 Signed, editioned and annotations by Graham Howe on the print verso Edition no. 3/25 Framed Estimate $2,550 Donated and copyrighted by Graham Howe The print comes with the artist’s monograph, Paul Outerbridge: New Color Photographs from Mexico and California, 1948 - 1955 (Nazraeli Press, 2009). The artist never created prints of this image.

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Douglas Kirkland Brigitte Bardot, Mexico 1965 Pigment print; Printed in 2012 14 x 14 1/4 Signed and titled in pencil on the recto Estimate $1,600 Donated by the artist and Françoise Kirkland The print comes with a certificate of authenticity.

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Jose Picayo Still Life with Japanese Vase, 1998 Pigment print on Mitsumata paper; Printed in 2012 12 x 9 1/2 Signed, titled and dated in pencil on the verso Framed Estimate $1,500 Donated by the artist


Featuring Artists from Japan

Special thank you to Tsuyoshi Saeki, Publisher of Kaze no Tabibito magazine, who collected the prints presented on the following pages.

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Takeshi Mizukoshi Karakorum - Gasherbrum IV 26,000 Feet from Baltoro Glacier 1979 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 2005 6 3/8 x 9 5/8 Signed and editioned in ink on the verso; Titled and annotation in pencil on the verso Edition no. 7/30 Estimate $1,250 Donated by the artist

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Well-known for his works in the area of alpine and nature shooting, Mizukoshi was awarded the Annual Prize by the Photographic Society of Japan for his monograph, Primeval Forests in Japan (1991) and the Ken Domon Award for Forest Island (1999).

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Jun Morinaga Wave #1 1972 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 2007 11 3/4 x 17 1/2 Signed, titled and location in pencil on the verso; Annotation in pencil on the verso Estimate $3,000 Donated by the artist

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In the early 60s, Morinaga assisted W. Eugene Smith who expressed a great affinity for his work. Morinaga was awarded the Annual Prize by the Photographic Society of Japan (1980). His work is in the collections of National Gallery of Canada, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, and Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography.

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Kensuke Kazama Silent City 2011 Gelatin silver print 11 1/2 x 9 1/4 Signed in pencil on the recto Estimate $300 Donated by the artist The image was taken in Kesen-numa city of Miyagi Prefecture, which was severely affected by the 3.11 earthquake and tsunami. Kazama received the Special Award by the Higashikawa Prize (2002) and the Newcomer Award by the Photographic Society of Japan (2006).

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Taishi Hirokawa Time and Tide - Age of the Tree - #3-2 2003 Gelatin silver print 18 1/3 x 13 3/4 Signed, titled, and years of work and print in pencil with copyright stamp on the verso Charity edition Estimate $2,000 Donated by the artist Hirokawa’s work has been extensively exhibited through the U.S., Europe and Japan, and is in the collections of Los Angeles Country Museum of Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and Bibliothèque Nationale de France. He has received the New York Art Directors Club Award (1996) and the Annual Award by Photographic Society of Japan (2003). Most recently, Hirokawa has worked as a cinematographer on Tony Takitani (2005) and Flowers (2010).

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Yoshiaki Kita Harijan (India) 2005 Pigment print; Printed in 2012 20 1/4 x 14 Signed, titled, editioned and year of print in pencil on the verso Artist print Estimate $600 Donated by the artist Kita has been photographing extensively worldwide over the past two decades. His work has been exhibited at numerous art festivals including Chicago Art Festival (2011) and Arles Photo Festival (2009).

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Hiroshi Ohashi Banya (Seaside Inn for Fishermen) 1979 Vintage gelatin silver print 6 x 9 1/4 Signed in pencil on the verso Estimate $400 Donated by the artist Ohashi has two published monographs, Moss Cosmos (Diamond, 1995) and 1972 Seishun Gunkan Island (Shinjuku Shobo, 2006).

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Kazuhiko Washio Seas - on the Horizon 2011 Gelatin silver print 6 1/8 x 9 Signed in pencil on the verso Edition no. 3 Estimate $400 Donated by the artist Washio has been photographing the coast line of Japan for more than 15 years. The image was taken just before the 3.11 tsunami and appears in his self-published catalog, On the Horizon. Proceeds from sales of the catalog go towards helping the victims of the disaster. The print comes with the catalog.

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Tsuneo Yamashita Another Time on the Ryukyu Islands No. 1 2007 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 2009 8 x 12 Signed, titled, dated and location in pencil on the verso Edition no. 1/10 Estimate $650 Donated by the artist Known for his images of Okinawa, Yamashita here captures the native shaman ceremony.

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Featuring Artists from Japan

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Ryoichi Saito Hachinohe from the series A Good Day - Japan 2010 Pigment print; Printed in 2012 11 7/8 x 17 1/8 Signed and titled in ink on the recto Estimate $500 Donated by the artist The image appears in the artist’s monograph, A Good Day - Japan, which depicts the cheerfulness of people in rural areas who have survived in a country with many natural disasters, especially after the 3.11 earthquake and tsunami. Saito received the Newcomer Award by the Photographic Society of Japan for New Map (1992) and the Higashikawa Prize for Lost China (2003).

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Katsutoshi Hatsuzawa Angel of Homeless 2011 Pigment print 7 1/2 x 11 3/8 Signed in ink on the recto Estimate $300 Donated by the artist Hatsuzawa is known for his images of Paris. Here he documents a homeless female in Japan.

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Eriko Koga Asakusa Zenzai (Image No. 51) 2004 C-print; Printed in 2008 6 3/8 x 9 1/2 Signed in pencil on the verso Edition no. 1/20 Estimate $400 Donated by the artist courtesy of Emon Photo Gallery

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The image appears in the artist’s monograph, Asakusa Zenzai (Seigensha, 2011), which intimately portrays an old couple in Asakusa, Tokyo. Her work is in the collections of Bibliothèque Nationale de France and Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts.

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Nobuyuki Takahashi Untitled 2012 Cibachrome 6 1/4 x 9 5/8 Signed in ink on the verso Estimate $600 Donated by the artist

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Known for his images of Niyodo River in Kochi, Takahashi’s images of nature scenes have been extensively exhibited. His work is in the collection of Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe.


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Takeshi Shikama Evanescence - Landscape #4 2009 Platinum-palladium print on handmade Japanese Gampi paper 5 1/2 x 5 1/2 Signed, titled, editioned and dated in pencil on the recto Edition no. 3/15 Estimate $1,500 Donated by the artist courtesy of Alan Klotz Gallery Shikama captures the fleeting moments of all living things coexisting within the forest. His work has been exhibited extensively in the U.S., and is in the collection of The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, among many others.

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Masataka Nakano Hong Kong 2001 C-print; Printed in 2004 11 1/2 x 16 Signed in ink on the verso Edition no. 10 Estimate $1,200 Donated by the artist courtesy of Gallery Art Unlimited Nakano has received the Newcomer Award of The Photographic Society of Japan for his monograph, Tokyo Nobody (2001), the Ihei Kimura Award for Tokyo Windows (2005), and the Sagamihara Photographic Award in Professional Section for My Lost America (2008).

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Naonori Nishiyama Bird 2002 C-print; Printed in 2012 9 1/2 x 9 1/2 Signed in ink on the recto Estimate $650 Donated by the artist courtesy of Emon Photo Gallery After receiving the “Is Everybody The Same?” Award by Camera Monthly magazine in 1997, Nishiyama’s work has been exhibited extensively. “What would be the color if you combine your past, present and future together in a melting pot…?”

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Kazuyoshi Nomachi Salt Caravan, Ethiopia 2012 Pigment print 10 7/8 x 16 1/4 Signed in ink on the verso Estimate $3,000 Donated by the artist Nomachi received awards by the Photographic Society of Japan and the Higashikawa Prize in 1997 for his monograph, Sahara 20 years. His work on Asian and Islamic countries has appeared in leading publications such as National Geographic, Stern and GEO magazines.

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Yoshiaki Maeda Cat in Sanya, Tokyo 1997 Gelatin silver print 8 1/2 x 5 5/8 Signed in ink on the verso Estimate $300 Donated by the artist The image is from Maeda’s monograph, Timetable for Cats (Gabo Ruru, 2004), which is comprised of a series of images published in Tokyo Newspaper.

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Takehiko Nakafuji Paris 2011 Gelatin silver print 11 x 7 1/4 Signed, titled, dated and year of print in pencil on the verso Estimate $400 Donated by the artist courtesy of Gallery Niépce

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Known for his b/w shots of cities, Nakafuji has photographed in many formerly socialist countries. A great many of his works are in the collection of Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts.

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Seiichi Motohashi Volsovichi Village 1995 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 2011 9 x 13 1/2 Signed and dated in ink on the verso Estimate $900 Donated by the artist Motohashi photographed the life of people who inhabit the polluted area around Chernobyl and also published two books on the subject: From the Winds of Chernobyl and Infinite Embrace. He has received the Ken Domon Award (1998) and the Taiyo Award (1968).

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Manabu Someya Calcutta 1998 Early gelatin silver print 8 7/8 x 11 1/2 Signed, titled and dated in pencil on the verso Artist proof Estimate $900 Donated by the artist Since childhood, Someya always held an image of Calcutta that was not the typical “sacred & secular” or “noisy & chaotic”, but something more romantic: a city with sadness and beauty of life. His wish is that his images, taken with a large format camera, will one day bring the beautiful memories of the city back to life for those who live there.

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Mary Durante-Youtt Pushing Out 2009 Pigment print 15 x 10 Signed in ink on the recto Artist proof Estimate $800 Donated by the artist

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Gyorgy Kepes Photo-Drawing #4 1940s Gelatin silver print; contact printed; Printed in 1980s 10 x 8 Signed and dated 1948 in pencil on the verso Estimate $1,500 Donated by Michael Shapiro Photographs

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Jene Youtt Phantom 2008 C-print on metallic paper 19 1/2 x 13 Signed in ink on the recto Edition no. 5/20 Estimate $850 Donated by the artist

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The image has received various awards including the International Aperture Award - bronze award (2010), and honorable mention, Robert Cornelius Award (2010), International Photography Award (2009) and Prix de La Photographie (2009).


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Sean Perry Event Horizon from the series Gotham 2005 Platinum-palladium print; Printed in 2007 10 x 10 Signed in pencil on the recto Edition no. 5/17 Framed Estimate $1,350 Donated by the artist courtesy of Stephen L. Clark Gallery The image was exhibited at the Stephen L. Clark Gallery (2008) and featured in the 2007 AIPAD catalog.

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Robert Buelteman Alpine Lupine 2004 C-print; Printed in 2006 15 x 6 1/2 Signed, titled and editioned in pigment on the recto Edition no. 3/25 Framed Estimate $1,500 Donated by the artist courtesy of Anne Reed Gallery

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Koichiro Kurita Sunbeams from the series Chi-Sui-Ki (Terresphere-Hydrosphere-Atmosphere) 1994 Platinum-palladium print on Japanese handmade paper; Printed in 2002 8 x 10 Signed and editioned in pencil on the recto; Signed, titled, editioned, dated, print year and location in pencil on the verso Edition no. 7/20 Estimate $1,600 Donated by the artist courtesy of Sepia Eye The image was taken in Cape Cod, MA.


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John Delaney Himalayan Boy 1992 Toned gelatin silver print; Printed in 1998 8 5/8 x 8 1/2 Signed, titled and editioned in pencil on the verso Edition no. 2/10 Estimate $1,000 Donated by the artist

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Sunil Gupta Untitled #2 from the series Imagining Childhood: Living with HIV in Delhi 2006 Lamda print; Printed in 2006 12 1/8 x 18 1/4 Signed, titled, editioned, years of work and print in ink on the verso 1 of special edition Estimate $3,000 Donated by the artist courtesy of Sepia Eye

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Phil Borges Howa, 8 2005 C-print; Printed in 2011 20 x 20 Signed in pencil on the verso; Title and annotation printed in ink and editioned in pencil on the recto Edition no. 6/35 Framed Estimate $1,600 Donated by the artist and Julee Geier Awash Fontale,  Ethiopia Howa will be the first girl in her family’s history not to be circumcised. In spite of the morbidity and long-term health consequences due to the procedure, most Afar girls look forward to their “salot” (circumcision ceremony). They emerge from the ceremony with renewed respect in the community and are then, and only then, eligible for marriage.  An uncircumcised female would bring shame to herself and her entire family.  Before the elders voted to end female circumcision in Awash Fontale essentially 100% of girls were circumcised before the age of 12. The print comes with a certificate of authenticity.

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Tuol Sleng/Emperor’s Palace Composite 2009 Pigment print; Printed in 2011 6 1/2 x 13 3/4 Signed, titled, editioned and year of work in pencil on the back of the frame Edition no. 6/12 Framed Estimate $2,000 Donated by the artist courtesy of Gallery Kayafas

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Willis created the series to examine humanity’s ability to repeat injustice. At Tuol Sleng, a former public school which turned into a torture and execution prison during the Khmer Rouge era in late 70s, visitors often respond emotionally to the persecutor’s images by using graffiti and defacing the images. At another tourist site in Phnom Penh, the Emperor’s Palace has a large courtyard lined with deteriorating frescoes representing the Reamker, Cambodia’s epic poem portraying trust, loyalty, love and revenge.

John McDermott The West Gate - Angkor Thom, Angkor, Cambodia 2008 Pigment print; Printed in 2012 20 x 40 Signed and editioned in ink on the recto; Signed, titled, editioned, and years of work and print in pencil on the verso Edition no. 29/40 Estimate $3,000 Donated by the artist courtesy of McDermott Gallery The image was photographed before a wooden ramp and support brackets were erected at, and around, the site. The print comes with a certificate of authenticity.

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Hue, Vietnam 2010

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Cyanotype; Printed in 2012 7 x 10 Signed, titled, editioned, name and finger print in ink on the recto Artist proof no. 1/3 Estimate $1,500 Donated by the artist


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Gerald FĂśrster Little Angel - Nepal from the series Light Years Project 1994 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 2001 17 3/4 x 23 Signed, titled, editioned, and years of work and print in pencil on the verso Edition no. 4/9 Frame courtesy of Fine Art Frame Works $4,500 Donated by the artist courtesy of Stephen Cohen Gallery The Light Years Project is an experiment in photo-poetic portraiture in more than twenty countries spanning across five continents.

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Hamid Sardar-Akhami Chin ‘Dai Elder, Mindat, Burma, 2012

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Gelatin silver print 19 7/8 x 26 1/2 Signed in ink on the recto Edition no. 1/9 Estimate $1,800 Donated by the artist


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William Wegman Frame up, 1993 Pigment print; Printed in 2012 10 x 8 Signed in ink on the recto Edition no. 21/30 Estimate $750 Donated by the artist The image features Fay and her daughter, Betty.

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Yong Hee Kim Cherry Blossom, #8295 2010 Pigment print 20 x 30 Stamped with name, title, print type, edition, and email in ink on the verso Edition no. 1/5 Estimate $2,000 Donated by the artist

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Enna Deer Lost Knight on Backgammon Board from the series Lost Knight 2004 C-print; Printed in 2012 16 3/4 x 24 Signed in pencil on the verso Unique print of this size Estimate $1,800 Donated by the artist courtesy of Anne Reed Gallery

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Ellen Silverman Cuban Kitchen - Havana 2012 Pigment print 20 x 13 1/4 Signed, titled, edtioned and dated in pencil on the verso Edition no. 2/8 Estimate $650 Donated by the artist

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Linda Cummings Drawing Water I from the series Stirring the Waters 2010 Pigment print on Hahnemuhle Rag 20 x 13 1/4 Signed, titled, editioned and year in pencil on the verso Edition no. 1/3 of this size, total edition size of 10 Estimate $1,600 Donated by the artist courtesy of d|mcontemporary The print comes with a 68-page exhibition catalog of the series with an essay by April Gornik (d|mcontemporary Gallery, 2010). The series was taken on the Farm River in coastal Connecticut. Rooted in her performance-based ‘slip’ photographs during the 90s, Cummings’ photographic process takes her down river in a kayak using a paddle to navigate, but also to literally stir, splash or stroke, and sometimes draw on the surface of the water.

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Raphael Shammaa Tree on Brackish Pond, Yarmouth Port, Cape Cod 2010 Pigment print; Printed in 2012 9 1/4 x 13 3/4 Signed, editioned, and years of work and print in pencil on the verso Artist proof no. 1/3 Estimate $650 Donated by the artist


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Michael Amoruso Off the Leash 2004 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 2012 9x9 Signed, titled, editioned and year of print in pencil on the verso Edition no. 6/15 Estimate $500 Donated by the artist

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David Simonton Humber House, Greenville, Pitt County, North Carolina, November 1999 from the series Of This Place: Photographs from North Carolina Gelatin silver print; Printed in 2008 18 x 18 Signed, titled, editioned and print year in pencil on the verso Edition no. 2/5 Estimate $1,000

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“North Carolina, the third-fastest-growing state in the US, is at a turning point, losing many of its distinctive characteristics to cookie-cutter franchises. As a witness to an inevitable transition,� Simonton photographs as a way of remembering.

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George McClintock CrĂŞpier 1979 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 2011 14 x 14 Signed, titled, and years of work and print in ink on the verso Estimate $500 Donated by the artist

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The image was exhibited at Salon Ciel (2012).


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Circus Sideshow Dressing Room, Coney Island from the series Shoot the Arrow: A Portrait of the World Famous *BOB* 2004 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 2012 9 3/8 x 14 Signed and editioned in pecil on the verso Edition no. 1/10 Estimate $1,600 Donated by the artist courtesy of June Bateman Fine Art

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The series depicts a Brooklyn-based female burlesque dancer who is a central part of the neoburlesque movement that began in New York City in the 90s. Touchette’s recently created Super-8mm film that supplements the still photography series was shown at the 2012 New York Photo Festival.

Stephanie Dworkin Wonder Wheel from the series Coney Island 2008 Pigment print on Hahnemuhle Rag; Printed in 2012 14 x 14 Signed in ink on the recto; Signed, titled, editioned, dated, and website in ink on the verso Artist proof no. 2/5 Estimate $550 Donated by the artist Various images from the series have been featured in juried exhibitions.

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Nuvole 2 2011 Pigment print 15 3/4 x 26 3/4 Signed and editioned in pencil on the recto Edition no. 2/5 Estimate $2,500 Donated by the artist courtesy of Forma Galleria Milano

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Kung was trained as a painter and has exhibited her work at the Forma Galleria (2012), Bozar - Centre for Fine Arts (2012), Chiaroscuro Contemporary Art (2012) and Photographica Fine Art Gallery (2010) among many others. Her work is in the Hermes Collection, Paris.


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Monica Karales Prom 2011 Gelatin silver print 9 3/4 x 13 1/4 Signed, titled and editioned in pencil on the verso Edition no. 1/2 Estimate $2,000 Donated by the artist

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David Rudin The Little Cowboy, Gyantse, Tibet, 2007 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 2012 10 1/4 x 10 1/2 Signed, titled, editioned, print year and copyright in pencil on the verso Edition no. 1/25 Estimate $400 Donated by the artist

Bill Burke Bicycle Repair, Phnom Penh, 1998 Gelatin silver print; Printed c. 2001 15 7/8 x 19 7/8 Signed, titled and dated in ink on the recto Estimate $2,500 Donated by the artist courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery

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Nandita Raman Untitled #7 2009 Pigment print; Printed in 2010 20 x 16 Edition no. 1/12 Framed Estimate $1,000 Donated by the artist The image received the Cos Project Prize by Daylight Magazine (2011). It has been published in the Sunday Guardian and Marg magazines and is in the permanent collection at the Snite Museum of Art.

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Pamela Singh Faรงade, 2000 Gelatin silver print 7x7 Signed in pencil on the verso Estimate $2,000 Donated by the artist courtesy of Sepia Eye

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Daido Moriyama Cherry Blossoms 1972 Gelatin silver print 8 7/8 x 13 1/4 Signed in pencil on the verso Estimate $3,000 Donated by the artist


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Walker Evans Joe’s Autograveyard, Pennsylvania, 1935 Pigment print; Printed in 2011 14 x 30 1/8 Titled, editioned and annotation of the printer on the recto Edition no. 4/146 Estimate $3,000 Donated by John T. Hill courtesy of Martson Hill Editions

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Barbara Mensch Nathan’s Famous 2000 Selenium-toned gelatin silver print 15 x 15 Signed, titled, editioned and year of work in pencil on the verso Edition no. 5/10 Estimate $3,000 Donated by the artist

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Todd Webb Left Bank Laundry, Paris 1950 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 1970s 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 Signed, titled, dated in ink on the recto; Copyright stamp with print date on the verso Estimate $2,500 Donated by Howard Greenberg courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery


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Arthur Leipzig T.W.U. Rally 1947 Gelatin silver print; Printed c. 2003 15 1/8 x 19 1/2 Signed in pencil and photographer’s stamp on the verso Estimate $2,500 Donated by Judith Leipzig courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery

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Harold Feinstein Screaming on the Cyclone, Coney Island 1952 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 2011 11 1/2 x 7 1/2 Signed, titled, editioned and year of work in pencil on the verso Edition no. 1/20 Estimate $1,800 Donated by the artist courtesy of Anne Reed Gallery The print comes with a certificate of authenticity.

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Ken Rosenthal Seen and Not Seen #1426-1 2001 Toned gelatin silver print; Printed in 2001 15 x 15 Signed, titled, editioned and year of work in pencil on the verso Edition no. 1/25 Estimate $1,000 Donated by the artist courtesy of Klompching Gallery

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Don Penny Wink V4 (The Eye) 2009 Pigment print; Printed in 2011 18 1/2 x 12 1/3 Signed in pencil on the recto and verso Artist proof no. 2 Estimate $1,500 Donated by the artist

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Dan Nelkin “Waiting for the Judge� Otsego County Fair 2004 C-print 18 7/8 x 18 7/8 Signed, titled and editioned in ink on the verso Artist proof no. 3/3 Estimate $1,000 Donated by the artist

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Ellen Kaplowitz Rice Fields in the Cordillera Mountains, Philippines 2009 C-print 20 x 30 Signed in pen on the mount verso Edition no. 1/20 Framed Estimate $3,000 Donated by the artist The image was a part of a photo essay in Natural History Magazine regarding fields as world heritage sites.

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Jamey Stillings Aerial View, May 22, 2009 Pigment print 15 5/8 x 10 3/8 Signed and editioned in pencil on the verso Edition no. 15/30 Estimate $750 Donated by Nazraeli Press

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The print is a part of the deluxe edition book, The Bridge at Hoover Dam (Nazraeli Press, 2011), which comes in a clamshell box.

Raymond Adams Brooklyn Navy Yards at Sunrise, 6 May 2010 from the series New York at Dawn 2010 Pigment print mounted on Sintra; Printed in 2012 20 x 30 Signed, titled and dated in ink on the mount verso Edition no. 1/5 $2,000 Donated by the artist The image was exhibited at Greenwich House Music School (2011).

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Jefferson Hayman Empire State Building 2000 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 2002 11 1/2 x 7 3/4 Signed, titled and editioned in pencil on the verso Artist proof Estimate $1,100 Donated by the artist courtesy of Arcadia Fine Arts

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Janet Russek Pregnancy I, 2005 Gelatin silver print 16 x 12 1/2 Signed, titled, editioned and dated in pencil in the margin Edition no. 2/10 Estimate $1,600 Donated by the artist courtesy of Scheinbaum & Russek Ltd.

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Vincent Cianni Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, NYC c. 1980 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 2001 19 1/4 x 13 Signed, titled, and years of work and print in pencil on the verso Unique print Estimate $2,000 Donated by the artist


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Alfred Wertheimer Prelude to the Kiss 1956 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 2006 17 1/2 x 11 3/4 Signed in ink on the recto; Signed and titled in pencil, and stamp on the verso Estimate $1,600 Donated by the artist Elvis Presley and his date for the day, Barbara Gray, under the stairwell at the Mosque Theater, Richmond, VA, June 30th, 1956.

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Slawomir Zulawinski Untitled #86 1990 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 1993 10 3/4 x 7 1/2 Signed in ink on the recto Artist proof no. 2 Estimate $1,500 Donated by the artist

Lorraine Gracey Madison Avenue 2006 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 2008 8 1/4 x 12 Signed in pencil on the verso Estimate $700 Donated by the artist

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Yoshi Abe Untitled 2001 C-print 10 1/2 x 10 1/2 Signed in ink on the verso Edition no. 7/15 Estimate $1,200 Donated by the artist

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Thomas Holton Bored, 2011 Pigment print 14 5/8 x 22 Signed, titled, editioned and date of work in ink on the verso Edition no. 1/10 Estimate $2,200 Donated by the artist courtesy of Sasha Wolf Gallery The image has appeared in Aperture (2007) and NY Times (2008, 2012), and was exhibited at the Sasha Wolf Gallery (2008) and the NY Public Library (2008).

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Untitled from the series Don’t Follow Me, I’m Lost 2010 Pigment print; Printed in 2012 11 x 16 1/2 Signed, titled, editioned, dated and location in pencil on the verso Edition no. 2/15 Estimate $750 Donated by the artist

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The image has been exhibited at the Luise Ross Gallery (2012) and included in various presentations at Queens Museum of Art, India China Institute of the New School and Brooklyn Public Library, among others. It is included in the book, Pressures and Distortions, City Dwellers as Builders and Critics: Four Views (Rafael Vinoly Architects’ Research Fellowship, 2012).


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John Cyr Mark Sink’s Developer Tray 2010 Pigment print 20 x 17 Signed, titled, editioned and year of work in ink on the verso Edition no. 1/10 Estimate $1,500 Donated by the artist courtesy of Catherine Edelman Gallery Cyr photographs developer trays used by artists so that the photography community will remember specific, tangible printing tools that have been a seminal part of the photographic experience for the past hundred years. The image has been exhibited at the Catherine Edelman Gallery (2012) and published in Time Lightbox, Aperture Exposurers, NPE, Wired RAW File, PDN Photo Annual, New York Phoot Awards, and Daylight Multimedia.

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Jerry Atnip No. 214 2009 Pigment print; Printed in 2012 20 x 20 Signed in pencil on the recto Edition no. 5/20 Framed Estimate $1,700 Donated by the artist The image is included in the artist’s monograph, Gone South (CIA Publishing, 2011). It was featured in South by Southeast photo magazine.

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Joseph McDonald Dragonfly 2008 Pigment print; Printed in 2012 19 1/2 x 15 1/2 Signed in pencil on the recto Edition no. 3/15 Estimate $900 Donated by the artist courtesy of Anne Reed Gallery


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Tony O’Brien A Quiet Moment, Monastery of Christ in the Desert, 1995 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 2009 12 1/2 x 18 3/4 Signed, titled, editioned, dated and location in pencil on the verso Edition no. 4/35 Estimate $1,200 Donated by Verve Gallery of Photography courtesy of Scheinbaum & Russek Ltd.

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Margo Davis Monk, Angkor Wat, 2001 Gelatin silver print 11 x 10 3/4 Signed in pencil on the verso Estimate $600 Donated by the artist courtesy of Throckmorton Fine Art

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David Scheinbaum Beng Melea, Cambodia, 2008 Gelatin silver print 12 x 16 1/2 Signed, titled and editioned in pencil on the mount recto; Signed in pencil on the front of window mat; Stamp and label with print information on the mount verso Edition no. 2/36 Estimate $1,600 Donated by the artist courtesy of Scheinbaum & Russek Ltd.


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Elaine Ling Myanmar, Land of the Mythical Bird #2, 2011 Pigment print from the scan of a P55 4x5 negative 22 1/2 x 17 Signed, titled and year of work in pencil on the verso Edition no. 3/18 Estimate $1,200 Donated by the artist

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Kenro Izu Angkor #158, Ta Prohm, Cambodia, 1994 Platinum-palladium print; Printed in 1998 13 x 19 1/8 Signed, year of print and negative number in pencil on the recto; Stamp with signature, title, edition, negative number, year of print in pencil on the mount verso Edition no. 16 Estimate $1,500 Donated by the artist courtesy of Friends Without A Border

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Brian English Carved Elephant 2010 Gelatin silver print 10 x 13 3/8 Signed, titled and editioned in pencil on the verso Edition no. 8/25 Estimate $500 Donated by the artist courtesy of Throckmorton Fine Art

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The image was published in Parabola Magazine Volume 35 No. 4 (Winter 2010-2011).


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John T. Hill Looking South from 42nd Street c. 1983 Pigment print 24 x 19 Signed, titled, editioned and year in ink on the recto Artist proof Estimate $2,500 Donated by the artist

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Manuel Carrillo Santa Rosa, Guanajuato, 1960 Gelatin silver print 8 x 10 Signed by the artist in pencil in the margin Estimate $1,600 Donated by Verve Gallery of Photography courtesy of Scheinbaum & Russek Ltd.

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Sal Lopes Horse Spirit - #43 2009 Platinum-palladium print; Printed in 2012 16 x 11 1/4 Signed, titled, editioned, location and print type in pencil on the verso; Titled, editioned and location in pencil on mount verso Edition no. 8/25 Estimate $1,500 Donated by the artist The image was taken at a horse ranch near Cleveland, Ohio and is in the collection at the Cleveland Museum of Art.

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Imogen Cunningham Calla with Leaf c. 1929 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 1997 9 3/8 x 7 3/8 The print is debossed with the artist’s facsimile signature and chop; The Imogen Cunningham Trust label on the mount verso Estimate $1,800 Donated by The Imogen Cunningham Trust The print was made from the original negative and printed by Rondal Partridge, son of Imogen Cunningham.

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Louis Fauer Staten Island Ferry 1946 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 1981 8x8 Signed in pencil on the verso Estimate $5,000 Donated by Howard Greenberg courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery

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Amanda Means Prayer Plant, 1990 Gelatin silver print 18 3/4 x 15 Signed and titled in pencil on the verso Estimate $1,200 Donated by the artist

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Go Sugimoto Untitled from the series Paper-Work 2006 Selenium-toned gelatin silver print; Printed in 2006 7x7 Signed, titled, editioned, year and print type in pencil on the verso Edition no. 1/10 Estimate $1,500 Donated by the artist

S147

S147

Dana Buckley Dahlia 2001 Platinum print; Printed in 2001 6 1/4 x 6 1/4 Signed, titled, dated and editioned in pencil on the verso Edition no. 1/20 Estimate $650 Donated by the artist courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery


S148

Monica Denevan Convergence, China 2011 Gelatin silver print 15 x 15 Signed, titled, editioned and print date in pencil on the verso Edition no. 9/25 Estimate $1,200 Donated by the artist courtesy of Scott Nichols Gallery The image is included in the artist’s catalog, The River Anthology: Portraits from Burma (Tao Evolution Gallery, 2007).

S148

S149

Kenro Izu Druk #469, Bhutan, 2006 Platinum-palladium print; Printed in 2010 19 x 13 Signed, year of print and negative number in pencil on the recto; Photographer’s stamp with signature, title, edition, negative number, year of print in pencil on the mount verso Edition no. 5/20 Estimate $3,500 Donated by the artist courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery The image is included in the artist’s monograph, Bhutan Sacred Within (Nazraeli Press, 2007), and was exhibited at the Rubin Museum of Art (2007).

S150 S149

Bill Kane Little Big Horn Panorama 01 2011 Pigment print 6 x 15 Signed, titled, editioned and year of the print in pencil on the verso Artist proof Estimate $1,200 Donated by the artist courtesy of Modernism Gallery

S150


S151

Gianni Berengo Gardin Venezia 1958 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 2001 15 x 10 Signed in ink on the recto and copyright stamp on the verso Estimate $3,500 Donated by Forma Galleria Milano Berengo Gardin’s images capture surreal moments which embrace the subtle oddities of the human condition. His work has been exhibited at The Museum of Modern Art, the Rochester Eastman House and the Bibliothèque Nationale of Paris. The Lausanne Musée de l’Elysée hosted his retrospective (1991).

S152

Frederic Brenner Bukhara - Central Asia, U.S.S.R. 1986 Gelatin silver print; Printed c. 2000 9 1/2 x 14 1/8 Signed in ink on the recto Estimate $3,000 Donated by the artist courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery

S151

S152


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Marc Riboud Thanksgiving Parade, New York, 1990 Gelatin silver print; Printed c.2005 9 1/2 x 14 Signed, titled and dated in pencil on the recto; Annotation in pencil on the verso Estimate $2,500 Donated by the artist courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery

S153

S154

Aaron Siskind Lima 98 1974 Gelatin silver print; Printed in 1980s 10 x 9 1/2 Signed, titled and dated in ink on the recto; Titled, dated and annotation in pencil on the verso Estimate $4,000 Donated by Howard Greenberg courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery

S154

S155

Ehren Joseph Maasai Fertility Dance 2010 Pigment print; Printed in 2012 16 x 24 Signed and editioned in pencil and embossed on the recto Edition no. 1/5 Estimate $750 Donated by the artist

S155

On assignment shooting a portrait of the Leakey Family in a remote part of the Great Rift Valley, Joseph captured images of 30 Maasai women performing a fertility dance for those who could not bear children.


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David Maisel History’s Shadow 2012 Pigment print 13 1/8 x 9 7/8 Edition no. 25/25 Estimate $750 Donated by Nazraeli Press The print is a part of the deluxe-edition book, History’s Shadow (Nazraeli Press, 2011), which comes in a clamshell box.

S156

S157

S157

Yumiko Izu Secret Garden #29 2006 Platinum-palladium print; Printed in 2006 10 x 8 Signed, titled, editioned and year in pencil on the recto Artist proof no. 1 Estimate $1,000 Donated by the artist courtesy of Staley Wise Gallery

S158

Marcia Cooper Untitled 2011 C-print 15 x 10 Label with signature, name, title, year, print year, edition, media, and dimensions of image and frame on the verso Edition no. 2/5 Framed Estimate $800 Donated by the artist

S158

The image of a found site references Robert Motherwell’s Elegy series.


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S159

Matthew Pillsbury Victorian Garden 2012 Pigment print 12 1/2 x 15 3/4 Signed, titled, dated and editioned in pencil on the recto Edition no. 1/20 Estimate $2,200 Donated by the artist courtesy of Bonni Benrubi Gallery With long exposures to create images of both interior and public spaces, people in the scenes are translated into ethereal traces that become ghosts of our collective experience. Pillsbury brings viewers to places that make up the fabric of everyday life.

S160 Brett Weston

Abstraction 1973

S160

Vintage gelatin silver print 7 5/8 x 9 1/2 Signed and year of work in pencil on the mount recto Estimate $3,000 Donated by Laurence Janss courtesy of Four Friends Gallery


SILENT AUCTION BOOKS We are pleased to present the following books, magazines and other special item as part of our silent auction. B201 Michael J. Benari, The Third Eye BenariFoto, 2010 Signed first edition, 28 pp., b/w illustrations throughout, 9 ½ x 11”, softcover. Courtesy of the artist Guide value: $45 B202 Tom Chambers, Entropic Kingdom Modernbook Gallery, San Francisco, 2012 Signed first edition, 112 pp., 58+ four-color illustrations, 11 x 11”, hardcover. Courtesy of the publisher Guide value: $75 B203 Michael Crouser, Los Toros Twin Palms Publishers, Santa Fe, 2007 Signed first edition, 180 pp., 130 four-color illustrations, 11 x 9”, casebound Courtesy of the publisher Guide value: $60 B204 Yuichi Hibi, Neco Nazraeli Press, Portland, 2008 Signed and numbered (no. 447/500) first edition, 140 pp., 76 illustrations, 16 x 13”, hardbound. Courtesy of the publisher Guide value: $100 B205 Kenro Izu, A Thirty Year Retrospective Nazraeli Press, Portland, 2010 Signed first edition, 140 pp., 100 duotone illustrations, 15 x 11”, hardbound. Courtesy of the artist Guide value: $75 B206 Kenro Izu, Bhutan: The Sacred Within Nazraeli Press, Tucson, 2008 Signed first edition, 96 pp., 72 duotone illustrations, 17 x 14”, hardbound. Courtesy of the artist Guide value: $75

B207 Geir Jordahl, Searching for True North Modernbook Gallery, San Francisco, 2007 First edition, 164 pp., 127 duo-tone illustrations, 13 x 9 ¼”, cloth-bound hardcover. Courtesy of the publisher Guide value: $40 B208 Fred Lyon, San Francisco Then Modernbook Gallery, San Francisco, 2010 First edition, 112 pp., 70 dual-color illustrations, 11 x 9/5”, cloth-bound hardcover. Courtesy of the publisher Guide value: $65 B209 Norman Mauskopf, Dark Horses Introduction by Bill Barich Twin Palms Publishers, Santa Fe, 1988 Signed slipcased edition no. 16/100, 112 pp., 80 sheet-fed gravure plates, 10 x 14”. Courtesy of the publisher Guide value: $150 B210 John McDermott, Elegy: Reflections on Angkor Foreword by Kenro Izu, Introduction by Roland Eng McDermott Gallery, Siem Reap, Cambodia, 2009 Signed first edition, 256 pp., 104 tritone illustrations, 12 x 12”, hardbound Courtesy of the artist Guide value: $75 B211 Robert & Shana ParkeHarrison, Counterpoint Twin Palms Publishers, Santa Fe, 2008 Signed first edition, 72 pp., 33 four-color illustrations, 14 x 11”, casebound. Courtesy of the publisher Guide value: $65

B212 Mark Steinmetz, Summertime Nazraeli Press, Portland, 2011 Signed first edition, 54 pp., 45 duotone illustrations, 15 x 12”, hardbound. Courtesy of the publisher Guide value: $75 B213 John Willis, Views from the Reservation Essay by Kent Nerburn, Contributions from the Lakota people Center for American Places at Columbia College Chicago, Chicago, 2010 Signed first edition with a CD, Heartbeat of the Rez, 184 pp., illustrated throughout, hardbound. Courtesy of the artist Guide value: $55 B214 John Willis and Tom Young, Recycled Realities Text by Martha A. Sandweiss Center for American Places, Santa Fe 2006 Signed first edition, 80 pp., 60 color illustrations, 9 ¾ x 11 ¼”, hardbound. Courtesy of the artists Guide value: $50 B215 Various artists, Photographs Not Taken: A Collection of Photographers’ Essays Edited by Will Steacy, Introduction by Lyle Rexer Daylight, Chapel Hill, 2012 First edition, 232 pp., 8 x 5 ½”. Courtesy of the publisher Guide value: $14.95 B216 Various artists, The Mercy Project/ Inochi Edited by James Whitlow Delano Mado-sha Publisher, Tokyo, Japan, 2010 First edition, 161 pp., 118 color illustrations, 10 ¼ x 8”, hardbound. Courtesy of the editor Guide value: $80

B217 Daylight Magazine Available Issues: 2- 4 and 6-9 Courtesy of the publisher Guide value: $70 Special Editions with a Print: S120 Jamey Stillings, The Bridge at Hoover Dam Nazraeli Press, Portland, 2011 Limited special edition no. 15/30 which comes with a print in a clamshell box, 128 pp., 60 color illustrations, 17 x 13 ½”. Courtesy of the publisher S156 David Maisel, History’s Shadow Nazraeli Press, Portland, 2011 Limited special edition no. 25/25 which comes with a print in a clamshell box, 72 pp., 43 color illustrations, 16 x 12”. Courtesy of the publisher


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Thanks Friends Without A Border would like to express profound gratitude to everyone who makes the annual Friends of Friends Photography Auction possible: all participating photographers, contributors, committee members and sponsors. PARTICIPATING ARTISTS

Berenice Abbott (3) Yoshi Abe (S128) William Abranowicz (14) Raymond Adams (S121) Michael Amoruso (S99) Jerry Atnip (S132) Lyndie Benson (5) Gianni Berengo Gardin (S151) Alvin Booth (S55) Phil Borges (S87) Frederic Brenner (S152) Jeff Bridges (S39) Dana Buckley (S147) Robert Buelteman (S83) Bill Burke (S107) Brigitte Carnochan (S44) Manuel Carrillo (S141) Tom Chambers (S46) Simon Chaput (S40) Vincent Cianni (S124) Lorenzo Cicconi Massi (S38) Michael Clinton (7) Lois Conner (8) Marcia Cooper (S158) Linda Cummings (S97) Imogen Cunningham (S143) John Cyr (S131) Margo Davis (S135) Enna Deer (S95) John Delaney (S85) James Whitlow Delano (32) Monica Denevan (S148) Mike Disfarmer (S37) Mary Durante-Youtt (S79) Stephanie Dworkin (S103) Brian English (S139) Elliott Erwitt (13) Walker Evans (S111) Louis Fauer (S144) Harold Feinstein (S115) Sandi Fellman (S33) Gerald Förster (S91) Lorraine Gracey (S127) Sunil Gupta (S86) Katsutoshi Hatsuzawa (S68) Jefferson Hayman (S122) Nancy Hellebrand (S42) John T. Hill (S140) Lewis Hine (2) Taishi Hirokawa (S62) Thomas Holton (S129) Don Hong-Oai (20) Horst P. Horst (23) Eikoh Hosoe (25) Kenro Izu (S138, S149) Yumiko Izu (S157) Joshua Jensen-Nagle (S43) Ehren Joseph (S155) Bill Kane (S150)

Ellen Kaplowitz (S119) James Karales (4) Monica Karales (S105) Ed Kashi (S47) Kikuji Kawada (16) Kensuke Kazama (S61) Thomas Kellner (S53) Michael Kenna (S52) Gyorgy Kepes (S80) Yong Hee Kim (S94) Douglas Kirkland (S57) Yoshiaki Kita (S63) William Klein (29) Eriko Koga (S69) Irene Kung (S104) Koichiro Kurita (S84) Masatomo Kuriya (21) Arthur Leipzig (S114) Saul Leiter (11) Elaine Ling (S137) Loewy and Puiseux (15) Sal Lopes (S142) Tri Luu (S90) Yoshiaki Maeda (S75) David Maisel (S156) Michael Massaia (22) George McClintock (S101) Steve McCurry (18) John McDermott (S89) Joseph McDonald (S133) Amanda Means (S145) Barbara Mensch (S112) Takeshi Mizukoshi (S59) Hiromitsu Morimoto (S49) Jun Morinaga (S60) Daido Moriyama (28, S110) Seiichi Motohashi (S77) Takehiko Nakafuji (S76) Masataka Nakano (S72) Dan Nelkin (S118) Naonori Nishiyama (S73) Kazuyoshi Nomachi (S74) Tony O’Brien (S134) Hiroshi Ohashi (S64) Ruth Orkin (S36) Paul Outerbridge (S56) Irving Penn (26) Don Penny (S117) Sean Perry (S82) Ed Pfizenmaier (27) Richard Phibbs (24) Jose Picayo (S58) Matthew Pillsbury (S159) Eliot Porter (1) Nicholas Prior (12) Nandita Raman (S108) Marc Riboud (S153) Herb Ritts (17) Sheila Rock (S48) Ken Rosenthal (S116)

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