Photo Review Benefit Auction

So the Photo Review Benefit Auction is tomorrow night (Sat. Nov., 10) at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, and I have my “if-I-had-the-money with list.” There isn’t much I would really like to buy—mostly vintage—but just don’t have the means. My ideal job would be consulting with collectors on their personal acquisitions. A few months ago, I actually told Kate Ware what to get from the Mike and Doug Starn show at the Print Center.

Here is the short list from tomorrow’s auction:

Hongkew, Shanghai
Vincent David Feldman: Hongkew, Shanghai, 2005/2006, carbon inkjet print, A/P, signed verso, framed, 16″x20″ $350—$700

Eugène Atget: Senlis. Ruines se Saint-Frambourg
Eugène Atget: Senlis. Ruines se Saint-Frambourg, 1903, gold-toned albumen print, unmounted, 8.5″x6.875″ $4,000—$8,000

Petrified Forest, Arizona, Blue Mesa
Jay Dusard: Petrified Forest, Arizona, Blue Mesa, 1977, silver print, titled recto, framed, 8″x10″ (courtesy of D. W. Mellor) $250—$500

Texas Map Turtle, Graptemys
Henry Horenstein: Texas Map Turtle, Graptemys, c. 2000/2007, digital chromogenic print, signed verso, 20″x16″ $800—$1,600

Near Craters of the Moon, 8/18/80
Mark Klett: Storm Clouds over Eastern Idaho: Near Craters of the Moon, 8/18/80, 1980, silver print, signed verso, 16″x20″ (courtesy of Michael Mattis and Judith Hochberg) $900—$1,800

Presence, Bali
Stuart Rome: Presence, Bali, 1993/2007, archival pigment print, A/P, signed verso, 12″x15.5″ $500—$750

Trees in Flower
Josef Sudek: Trees in Flower, 1950s/1976, silver print, unmounted, 11.25″x8.25″ $750—$1,500 Tea House Nogeyma at Yokohama, Japan
Unknown: Tea House Nogeyma at Yokohama, Japan, c. 1880s, hand-colored albumen print, 7.750″x9.875″ $200—$400

Frank Yamrus: Tree in Nickerson State Park, Eastham, MA, from the series “Bared and Bended”, 2004, archival pigment print, signed verso, 6.5″x6.5″ $700—$1,400

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About Richard Boutwell

I am an emerging photographer originally from the Hi-Desert of Southern California, and relocated to Bucks County, Pennsylvania in 2002 for an intensive apprenticeship with the photographers Michael A. Smith and Paula Chamlee. I now live in Philadelphia, and concentrate on my own projects and writing.
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