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PRC 2012 Benefit AuctionSaturday, October 13, 2012
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The Photographic Resource Center (PRC) is a vital forum for the explo-ration, interpretation, and celebration of new work, ideas, and methods in photography. We inspire our members and the broader community with thought-provoking exhibits, educational programs, and resources that support the advancement of the photographic arts.www.prcboston.org
Board of Directors Vittorio Mezzano, PresidentDavid Karp, Interim TreasurerLynne AllenEric AlmquistJoseph F. Bernardi, Jr.Cathy EnglandPeter FiedlerAlan GeismerRick GrossmanChehalis HegnerAndrew KesslerGary LeopoldOlivia ParkerNeal RantoulKim SichelPeter Vanderwarker
StaffGlenn Ruga, Executive Director Francine Weiss, Curator & Loupe EditorErin Wederbrook Yuskaitis, Program & Exhibition ManagerJulie Kukharenko, Membership, Finance, & Operations ManagerLaura Norris, Communications & Membership Associate
Summer and Fall InternsRachel Bedet Helena Goessens Stephanie GoodeZach Hoffman Meredith HooblerJessica LaddIan Sloat
TANHOPS EF R A M E R S
Experts in the art and craft of �ne picture framing since 1972
Auction BenefactorsF/64Eric & Nanny AlmquistCathy England
F/45Andrew & Betsy Kessler
F/32Faith & Glenn Parker
F/22Vittorio Mezzano John & Olivia Parker
F/16Anonymous Donor David & Erica DeMarcoBill GalleryDon & Sandy PerrinSusan M. LewinnekWilliam C. & Mary Levin KochAndrea & Harvey Rosenthal
F/11Alan J. Strassman
Auction CommitteeCathy England Rick GrossmanVittorio MezzanoKarin RosenthalGlenn RugaErin Wederbrook Yuskaitis
Cover photos: Details from photographs by Shelby Lee Adams, Bremner Benedict, Paul Cary Goldberg, Brad Washburn, Meg Birnbaum, Robert Capa, Rania Matar, Henry Horenstein, and Chehalis Hegner.Printed by DSG, Lowell, MA Designed by Laura Norris
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Auction Date and LocationSaturday, October 13, 2012808 Gallery at Boston University808 Commonwealth AvenueBoston, MA 02215
Live Auction Event: 5:00 pmCurator Led Tour begins at 5:30 pm Live Auction begins at 6:45 pm
Silent Auction Event: 8:15 pmSection 1 closes at 9:15 pmSection 2 closes at 9:30 pmSection 3 closes at 9:45 pm
Auction Preview ExhibitionOctober 5 – October 12, 2012808 Gallery at Boston UniversityThe preview exhibition is free and open to the public.
Friday, October 5 11 am - 5 pm Saturday, October 6 1 pm - 5 pm Sunday, October 7 1 pm - 5 pm Monday, October 8 Closed Tuesday, October 9 11 am - 5 pm Wednesday, October 10 11 am - 5 pm Thursday, October 11 11 am - 8 pm Friday, October 12 11 am - 5 pm
Installation Technician: Vincent Marasa
PricingAuction Admission Live Auction: $100Includes an elegant reception with gourmet hors d’oeuvres, an open bar, a curator led tour of the live auction photographs with Francine Weiss, PRC’s new Curator & Loupe Editor, and admission into silent auction. Each ticket entitles the attendee to one auction catalog and one paddle number.
Silent Auction: Advance Tickets: $25 PRC Members | $30 General PublicAt Door Tickets: $35Includes appetizers, desserts, wine, and beer as well as one hell of a party! Each ticket entitles the attendee to one auction catalog and one paddle number.
Auction Catalog Only: $10 per catalog, shipped
Online Catalog prcboston.org/auctionThe PRC maintains an online version of this catalog. After viewing the selections online or in the preview exhibition, we invite you to place an absentee bid or purchase through the Buy It Now option. Please see instructions on page 3. Pieces purchased through Buy It Now will be marked as sold on the website and at the auction.
AuctioneerStuart Whitehurst W & W Appraisers and Consultants Now based in Stuart, Florida, Stuart is an independent appraiser and part-ner in W & W Appraisers and Consultants. A 28-year veteran of the auction industry, he most recently spent 16 years with the prestigious New Eng-land auction house of Skinner Inc., based in Boston and Marlborough, MA. Stuart has also appeared in numerous national and regional television and radio broadcasts, speaking about the world of antiques and collecting. Stuart is a generalist appraiser, with extensive knowledge of American, British and European furniture, decorations and fine art. He is also the for-mer director of Skinner’s Fine Books and Manuscripts department, where he grew the department to international renown, and achieved numer-ous world-record prices for rare, historical documents, maps, and texts.
Auction Special FeaturesPRC PortfolioThe Photographic Resource Center presents an unprecedented portfolio of photographs by seventeen world-renowned artists. Each artist repre-sented in the PRC Portfolio is considered a contemporary master.
Edition: 23/35 Additional copies available $25,000Special Auction Price: $15,000
This portfolio was produced in a trade edition of thirty-five signed and numbered prints enclosed in a custom clamshell case measur-ing 20 x 24 inches. Printed and produced by Color Services, LLC and Palm Press, Inc.
Featuring: Lalla Essaydi, Ralph Gibson, Emmet Gowin, Jocelyn Lee, Arno Rafael Minkkinen, Abelardo Morell, David Hilliard, Henry Horenstein, Patti Smith, Sage Sohier, Laura McPhee, Jim Dow, Robert & Shana ParkeHarrison, Frank Gohlke, Barbara Bosworth, and Susan Meiselas.
The PRC Portfolio is included in the following collections: Addison Gallery of American Art Center for Creative Photography deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum George Eastman House RISD Museum Harvard Art Museum and a number of prestigious private collections
Live MusicMark Zaleski Trio
The Mark Zaleski Trio takes jazz standards from the great American songbook and fuses them together with rhythms of Latin, African, rock, funk, hip-hop, and Balkan music. The melodies of their music are of common knowledge to most listeners, but
the grooves and improvisations create a unique modern jazz experi-ence. Zaleski has performed with the likes of Christian McBride, Dave Brubeck, the Either/Orchestra, the John Allmark Jazz Orchestra, and Jethro Tull as a bassist, saxophonist, and clarinetist. He is joined by Lefteris Kordis on piano and Karen Kocharyan on drums.markzaleskimusic.com
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Bidding InformationRegistrationIn order to receive a paddle number upon entrance to the auction, all patrons must provide a credit card number to guarantee payment of any winning bids made. Actual payment at check-out may be in the form of cash, personal check, or credit card.
Live AuctionThe Live Auction will proceed in numerical order as listed in this auction catalog.
Silent AuctionBids are to be made on the bid sheet corresponding to the particular print of interest. These bid sheets will be adjacent to the prints on the night of the Silent Auction. The Silent Auction sections will close in increments of 15 minutes beginning at 9:15 pm. At the conclusion of each section, volunteers will circle the winning bid and paddle number.
Absentee BidsCollectors are invited to bid on live and silent artwork in the auction without being present the night of the auction. To place an absentee bid, please contact Erin Wederbrook Yuskaitis, Program & Exhibition Manager, at [email protected] or 617-975-0600. Absentee bids will be accepted until 5 pm on Thursday, October 11. Absentee bids will be ex-ecuted at the lowest possible price, subject to the reserve price and other bids. If two or more parties have entered matching bids, the earliest shall take preference.
Buy It Now OptionAll work in the silent auction may be purchased outright at 125% of the list price. The Buy It Now option will still be available the night of the auction, but this option is only available if the last bid does not exceed the Buy It Now price. We request that all Buy it Now purchases remain on display until October 13.
Paddle RaiseFor this year’s paddle raise, the PRC respectfully requests support for its popular Master Lecture Series. Through the Master Lecture Series, the PRC seeks to provide educational opportunities for emerging and established photographers, foster community interaction based around the art of photography, and promote regional and national photography luminaries. The PRC currently presents eight lectures per calendar year, and this series has included such esteemed photographers as Harold Edgerton, Susan Meiselas, Ansel Adams, Ed Kashi, Jim Dow, and Bruce Davidson, in addition to well-known critics, scholars, and curators. The Master Lecture Series is also a central component of our Institutional Membership program, which enables students from 22 area colleges and universities to attend these lectures for free. People who raise their paddles for this cause will be listed as Master Lecture Series Donors.
Parking & Accessibility BU Lot F adjacent to the 808 Gallery will be open for parking during the auction. Parking in this accessible lot is free if you arrive prior to 5:30 pm and mention that you are attending the PRC Auction. Guests arriving after 5:30 pm will be required to pay $12. Meter parking is also available on the surrounding streets.
The main entrance of 808 Gallery on Commonwealth Avenue features two stairs. The accessible entrances to 808 Gallery are located on Essex Street (east side of the building) and also on the parking lot entrance lane (west side of the building). Only the Essex Street entrance is equipped with a power-assisted door. Please contact Erin Wederbrook Yuskaitis, Program & Exhibition Manager, at [email protected] or 617.975.0600 for special accommodation requests.
Conditions of SaleItems will be offered for sale in the same order in which they are listed in this catalog. The prints in this auction have been matted and framed before the sale for protection and presentation. We make no representa-tion as to condition of any lot sold except where noted in this catalog, and generally no reference to imperfection is made in the catalog description. All lots are sold as is. Perspective purchasers should personally view lots to evaluate their condition.
The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer shall be the buyer. The auctioneer has the right to reject a bid and to advance the bidding at his absolute discretion, and in the event of dispute, to determine the suc-cessful bidder or to re-offer and resell the article in dispute. On the fall of the auctioneer’s gavel, title of the offered lot shall pass to the buyer, who shall forthwith assume full risk and responsibility for the purchase, supply his or her name and address, and pay the full purchase price. Should there be any dispute after the sale, the auctioneer’s record of final sale shall be conclusive.
Estimates are furnished only as a service to prospective bidders. They sig-nify the appropriate price range that we expect each lot to realize. These estimates have been prepared well in advance and are subject to change. If a lot is subject to a reserve (a confidential minimum price below which the lot will not be sold), we will implement reserve bidding on behalf of the consignor. Consignors are not allowed to bid on their own items.
All purchases must be paid in full the day of the auction. Payment may be made in the form of cash, personal check, or credit card. We will add the Massachusetts state sales tax to all in-state purchases.
As noted above, all of the artworks in the PRC 2012 Benefit Auction are framed. The PRC will wrap and pack purchased lots, but shipment may be arranged only at the request and cost of the purchaser. Volunteers will be available at the auction to assist patrons with loading their vehicles. Pur-chases must be picked up at the PRC by 5 pm on Friday, October 26, 2012. The PRC is not responsible for storing purchases beyond that date.
Photographic GlossaryThe following descriptions explain the terminology used in this catalog. Please note that statements and terms in this catalog are subject to provi-sions of the Conditions of Sale and that the Photographic Resource Center makes no warranties or representations with any lot.
Authorship: The name in bold type indicates the photographer who, in our best judgment, is the author of the work (no unqualified statement regarding authorship is made or intended). If not of the collection of the artist, donor is indicated.
Title: The title, either as given by the photographer or by which the image is generally known, appears in italics.
Date: In this catalog, the date refers to the year the image was created, not necessarily when the piece was printed. In every instance, the PRC has used dates provided by the artists. If the print date is deemed important, it will appear as the second date (i.e. 1958/2001).
Measurement: Given in inches, this generally refers to the image size. The PRC has used sizes provided by the artists.
Edition: Indicates the number of prints made of the particular image and where this particular print falls within the series. For example, 3/15 indicates that the photograph is the 3rd print out of an edition of 15. AP stands for Artist’s Proof.
Condition: In this catalog, the PRC has made no attempt to qualitatively describe the condition of the photographs and makes no guarantees regarding their condition.
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Gallery Information Were you captivated by a particular artist’s work offered in the PRC 2012 Benefit Auction? If so, take note of the gallery name listed by the artist’s entry so that you may learn more about the artist and view his or her full body of work.
We encourage you to visit these galleries in order to see a greater body of work by that artist or learn of other artists the gallery may represent. These galleries, like the PRC, are committed to advancing the careers of artists. Please let the galleries know that you saw their names at the PRC 2012 Benefit Auction.
Alan Kotz Gallery 511 West 25th Street, New York, NY 10001 (212) 741-4764 | klotzgallery.com
Anastasia Photo 166 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002 (212) 677-9725 | anastasia-photo.com
Carroll and Sons Gallery450 Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA 02118 (617) 482-2477 | carrollandsons.net
Chameleon18 Liberty Street, Newburyport, MA 01950 (978) 463-7623 | chameleonarts.com
Clark Gallery145 Lincoln Road, Lincoln, MA 01773 (781) 259-8303 | clarkgallery.com
Dakota Ridge Gallery9 West Broadway, Jim Thorpe, PA 18229 (570) 325-2082 | dakotaridgegallery.com
Decaneas Archive 295 Endicott Avenue, Revere, MA 02151 (781) 284-4244 | decaneasarchive.com
The Drawing Room66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937 (631) 324-5016 | drawingroom-gallery.com
The Gallery at Four India4 India Street, Nantucket, MA 02554 (508) 228-8509 | galleryatfourindia.com
Galatea Fine Art460B Harrison Avenue, #B-6, Boston, MA 02118 (617) 542-1500 | galateafineart.com
Gallery Kayafas450 Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA 02118 (617) 482-0411 | gallerykayafas.com
Howard Yezerski Gallery460 Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA 02118 (617) 262-0550 | howardyezerskigallery.com
Janet Borden, Inc. 560 Broadway, New York, NY 10012 (212) 431-0166 | janetbordeninc.com
Khaki Gallery460 Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA 02118 (617) 423-0105 | khakigallery.net
Mercury Gallery 20 Main Street, Rockport, MA 01966 (978) 546-7620 | mercurygallery.com
Panopticon Gallery 502c Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215 (617) 267-8929 | panopticongallery.com
Pucker Gallery, Boston 171 Newbury Street, Boston, MA 02116 (617) 267-9473 | puckergallery.com
Rick Wester Fine Art 511 West 25th Street, New York, NY 10001 (212) 255-5560 | rickwesterfineart.com
Robert Anderson Gallery24 West 57th Street, Suite 503, New York, NY 10019 646-455-0393 | robertandersongallery.com
Robert Klein Gallery 38 Newbury Street #402, Boston, MA 02116 (617) 267-7997 | robertkleingallery.com
Rocky Neck Gallery53 Rocky Neck Avenue, Gloucester, MA 01930 978-282-0917 | rockyneckgallery.com
The Schoolhouse Gallery494 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA 02657 (508) 487-4800 | galleryschoolhouse.com
The Square Circle 11 Dock Square, Rockport, MA 01966 (978) 546-7100
Time and Tide4 Market Street, Ipswich, MA 01938 (978) 238-8848 | timeandtidefineart.com
Paddle8, the premier online art marketplace and transaction platform, will host the online auction component of the PRC 2012 Benefit Auction, allowing
collectors and art enthusiasts from around the world to participate in the sale. An online preview of works available in the sale launches at noon on Monday, October 1 and closes at 6:00 pm on Friday, October 12. All bids will transfer to the PRC 2012 Benefit Auction Live and Silent Auctions held on Saturday, October 13 .
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4. Shelby Lee AdamsEagles Nest, ‘08, 2008Gelatin Silver Print, 7/25 Signed Recto and Verso, 16 x 20 in. $1,200 Courtesy of the artist
Shelby Lee Adams is an environmen-tal portrait photographer best known for his work that depicts Appalachian family life. He was educated at the Cleveland Institute of Art and Massachu-setts College of Art and Design, and is the author of four photography books: Appalachian Legacy, Appalachian Lives, Appalachian Portraits, and Salt & Truth. His photography has been collected and exhibited by over 60 national and international public museum collections and numerous private collections. His work resides in the Musee De L’Elysee Lausanne, Switzerland; the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; the Whitney Museum of American Art, NY; and the Amon Carter Museum,TX.
5. Marie CosindasFaye & Peter, 1976, 1976Archival Inkjet Print Signed Recto and Verso, 8 x 10 in. $3,000 Courtesy of the artist
Originally studying painting at Boston Museum School, Cosindas worked as a designer from 1944–1960. While studying with Ansel Adams, she worked almost exclusively in black-and-white photography, making several series of still lifes and architec-tural photographs. In 1962, she was one of about a dozen photographers who were invited by the Polaroid Corporation to test their new instant-developing color film. She then began to work exclusively in color, manipulating various components of the process to produce warmer tones. Using only available light, she produced a distinct port-folio of portraits of well-known figures. She later co-founded the Association of Heliographers, a New York photographers’ cooperative that included some of the most influential American art photographers of the 1960s. Her solo show at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City in 1966 was the institution’s first to feature color photography.
6. Carl ChiarenzaUntitled 383 (2010), 2010Gelatin Silver Print Signed Recto, 18.5 x 14.5 in. $1,500 Courtesy of the artist Represented by Robert Klein Gallery and Allan Kotz Gallery carlchiarenza.com
Carl Chiarenza, a resident of Rochester, NY, is Artist-in-Residence and Fanny Knapp Allen Professor Emeritus of Art History at the University of Rochester. He has a long history with Boston and Boston University: between 1963 and 1986, he was Chairman, Director of Graduate Studies, and Professor of Art at BU while also teaching at Smith College and Cornell University. He holds two gradu-ate degrees from BU and a PhD from Harvard University. Chiarenza has lectured at institutions all over the country, and he is the author of numerous essays and the biography Aaron Siskind: Pleasures and Terrors. His photographs have been in over 80 solo shows and in over 260 group exhibitions. He was one of the earliest mem-bers of the Society for Photographic Education, and has developed and guided numerous organizations—including the PRC—devoted to the photographic arts.
1. Jim DowCarrito “La Terminal” Fray Bentos, Uruguay, 2012Digital Inkjet Print, 1/25 Signed Verso, 7.67 x 9.67 in. $2,050 Courtesy of Robert Klein Gallery Represented by Janet Borden, Inc. jimdowphotography.com
Jim Dow studied graphic design and photography at Rhode Island School of Design. Since then, he has received multiple commissions, fellowships, and grants that have allowed him to travel and photograph as well as publish extensively. His subjects include folk art, roadside architecture, signs, county courthouses, baseball parks, soccer stadiums, and private clubs. Currently, he lives in Boston and teaches at Tufts University and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts.
2. Agnieszka SosnowskaNude, Self Portrait, 2012Toned Silver Gelatin Print, 1/5 Signed Recto, 8 x 10 in. $600 Courtesy of the artist sosphotographs.com
Agnieszka Sosnowska received an MFA in Studio Education from Boston University in 1999 and a BFA in Photography from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 1995. She is the recipient of the 1991 Annie Blake Award for her photographic narrative work in Sweden, and the 2005 Skriðuklaustur, East Iceland Award for a series of self portraits that reflected transition. She has had numerous solo and group exhibits in Iceland, the Lancaster Museum of Art, PA; the Pleides Gallery of Art, NY; the Walters Art Museum, MD; the University of Northern Iowa; and several others. Sosnowska has also done documentary photographic work in Africa, Poland, and Iceland.
3. Lynn SavilleGreenpoint, Brooklyn, 2011C-Print, AP 1/2 Signed Verso, 14.625 x 22 in. $2,000 Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Kayafas lynnsaville.com
Lynn Saville received her education at Duke University and Pratt Institute. She is a New York-based photographer whose work is represented in New York by the Yancey Richardson Gallery and in Boston by Gallery Kayafas. Her photographs have been exhibited internationally, and she has published two well-received monographs: Acquainted with the Night and Night/Shift. Saville has been award-ed grants by both the New York Foundation for the Arts and the New York State Council on the Arts. Her photographs are represented in such distinguished collections as the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA; the George Eastman House, NY; the Museum of the City of Paris, France; the Museum of the City of New York, NY; the Brooklyn Museum, NY; and The New York Public Library, NY. She lives in New York City with her husband, the poet Philip Fried.
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10. Robert CapaNumber 657 War Era 075, ca. 1940sGelatin Silver Print, printed under the supervision of Cornell Capa Labeled en verso, 11.75 x 18 in. $3,500 Courtesy of anonymous donor
Born Endre Ernő Friedmann, Robert Capa was a Hungarian combat photographer and photojournalist who covered the Spanish Civil War, the Second Sino-Japanese War, World War II across Europe, the 1948 Arab-Israeli War, and the First Indochina War. His action photographs, such as those taken during the 1944 Normandy invasion, portray the violence of war with unique impact. In 1947, he co-founded Magnum Photos with, among others, Henri Cartier-Bresson. The organization was the first cooperative agency for worldwide freelance photographers.
11. John GoodmanTradesman, Havana, 2000, 2000Gelatin Silver Print, 5/20 Signed Verso, 16.75 x 11.125 in. $3,200 Courtesy of the artist and Howard Yezerski Gallery
John Goodman’s work is housed in several permanent collections of prestigious institutions, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY; the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA; the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, CA; and the Art Institute of Chicago, IL. He has had ten solo exhibitions since 1997, which were all located in Boston, New York, and Toronto. His work has also been displayed in numerous group exhibitions since the mid 1970s, including locations such as Paris, London, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, and Chicago.
12. Dominic ChavezUntitled (Kenyan Orphans), 2010Archival Pigment Print Signed Verso, 17 x 25 in. $1,400 Courtesy of the artist dominicchavez.com
Dominic Chavez began his career when he was only 19 working for The Denver Post. Six years later, he found him-self traveling east, where he worked for The Boston Globe. For more than twenty years, Chavez has covered a wide range of domestic and international issues, spanning the war in Iraq to the ongoing drug war in Colombia. Currently, he is focusing his attention on global health issues and has produced six books since 2006. He has also received numerous awards, including a Kaiser Family Foundation Media Fellowship, a Media Excellence Award by the Global Health Council, and Photographer of the Year by the Boston Press Photographers As-sociation for his work in Afghanistan, Angola, and Columbia.
7. Lydia PanasFirst Love, 2007C-Print, Unique Signed Verso, 16 x 20 in. $1,850 Courtesy of the artist lydiapanas.com
Lydia Panas is an award-winning photographer based in Pennsylvania. Her work has been exhibited interna-tionally and has been published widely in The New York Times Magazine, Photo District News, Popular Photography, and The Wall Street Journal Blog. She has taught at the Museum of Modern Art, Lafayette, Muhlenberg College, Moravian College, Kutztown University, Maine Media Workshops, the Vermont College MFA Program and the Baum School of Art/Lehigh Carbon Community College. Her work involves family bonds and relationships, identity, and the vulnerabili-ties and strengths of the human condition.
8. Kevin HassGare de Perrache, Lyon, France, 2011Analog C-Print Signed Recto, 8.625 x 13 in. $525 Courtesy of the artist
Kevin Hass considers his early exposure to rail travel to have given him a singular and unique base upon which to explore and create meaning-ful images of railroading. While working toward a degree at Brooks Institute of Photography, Hass learned the art and science of color darkroom methods. His love of film photography, instilled decades ago, has not wavered. He finds it imperative to work in a traditional darkroom, so that the statements made by his photographs are his alone. He still develops his own color negatives and makes his own expressive prints. His work is in numerous collections, including the Center for Creative Photography, AZ; and the Getty Center, CA; and has been exhibited widely in the United States and France.
9. Arno MinkkinenMonographs: Frostbite (1st-1978), Waterline (1994), Body Land (1999), Saga (2005), and Balanced Equation (2008); PLUS one 11 x 14 print* $3,400 Courtesy of the artist Represented by Robert Klein Gallery arno-rafael-minkkinen.com
Arno Rafael Minkkinen is a Finnish-American photographer, educator, curator, and writer. He has exhibited in over two hundred solo and group shows at galleries and museums worldwide; the most recent traveling exhibition being SAGA: The Journey of Arno Rafael Minkkinen. His self-portrait photographs have been published internationally through six monographs. Minkkinen is a Profes-sor of Art at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, Docent at the University of Art & Design Helsinki, and graduate faculty member at Rockport College in Maine. His work is included in institutions worldwide: the Museum of Modern Art, NY; the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA; the High Museum, GA; and Georges Pompidou Center, Paris, among many others.
*The winning bidder will also receive one signed 11 x 14 in. Gelatin Silver Print of an image from one of the books.
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16. Rania MatarStephanie, Beruit, 2010Archival Pigment Print, 1/15 Signed Verso, 18.5 x 26.5 in. $1,450 Courtesy of the artist raniamatar.com
Rania Matar was born and raised in Lebanon and moved to the U.S. in 1984. Originally trained as an architect at the American University of Beirut and Cornell University, she studied photography at New England School of Photography and Maine Photographic Workshops in Mexico. She teaches photography at Massachusetts College of Art and Design and in refugee camps in Lebanon. Matar has won numerous awards, including the 2011 Legacy Award at the Griffin Museum of Photography, 2007 and 2011 Massachusetts Cultural Council artist fellowships, first place at the New England Photographer Biennial, Women in Photography International, and the Prix de la Photographie Paris. She has accumulated honorable mentions for the 2010 UNICEF Picture of the Year Award, the 2010 Lens Culture Exposure International, the Silver Eye Center for Photography Fellowship, CENTER and the Photo Re-view. She was selected as one of the Top 100 Distinguished Women Photogra-phers by Women in Photography, and was finalist for the distinguished Foster Award at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston.
17. Susan MeiselasShortie on the Bally and the monograph Carnival Strippers, 1973Gelatin Silver Print and Limited Edition Book in Custom Case Print is Signed Verso 67/75 6 x 9 in. $1,200 Courtesy of Gus & Arlette Kayafas
Susan Meiselas received her BA from Sarah Lawrence College and her MA in visual education from Harvard University. Her first major photographic essay, Carnival Strippers, focused on the lives of women doing striptease at New England country fairs. Meiselas joined Magnum Photos in 1976 and has worked as a freelance photographer since then. She is best known for her coverage of the insurrection in Nicaragua and her documentation of human rights issues in Latin America. Meiselas has had solo exhibitions in Paris, Madrid, Amsterdam, London, Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York. Honorary awards of recognition include: the Robert Capa Gold Medal by the Overseas Press Club (1979); the Leica Award for Excellence (1982); the Hasselblad Foundation Photography Prize (1994); and most recently, the Cornell Capa Infinity Award (2005). In 1992, she was named a MacArthur Fellow.
18. Stephen A. FrankDiane Arbus during a class at the Rhode Island School of Design, 1970Singer Edition Inkjet Print Signed Recto, 12 x 18 in. $800 Courtesy of the artist
Stephen A. Frank received his BFA from Ohio University and an MFA from Rhode Island School of Design. He has received numerous awards for his work, including the Royal Society of Arts Silver Medal, as well as the Community Award for outstanding photographs depicting ABCD and the Boston community. His work is included in the collec-tions of the National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC; the High Museum of Art, GA; and the Brockton Art Museum, MA. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Art in Photography at Boston University.
13. Stephen DiRadoAmy, Aquinnah, MA, 2012Gelatin Silver Print, AP Signed Verso, 10 x 8 in. $1,800 Courtesy of the artist stephendirado.com
Stephen Dirado is most well known for his portraiture, night astronomical photography, and semi-composed group photography. He has received fellowships from the Massachu-setts Cultural Council, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Massachusetts Artist Foundation. He has taken part in both solo and group exhibitions at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. His work is held in both public and private collections and has appeared in The New York Times Magazine and Esopus. He is a senior lecturer in photography at Clark University in Worcester, MA and a 2012 Guggenheim Fellow.
14. Olivia ParkerYellow Peony, 2012Archival Pigment Print, 2/10 Signed Verso, 22 x 33 in. $3,400 Courtesy of the artist Represented by Robert Klein Gallery oliviaparker.com
Olivia Parker became involved in photography in 1970, not long after graduat-ing from Wellesley College with a degree in the History of Art. Since then, she has had more than 100 one-person exhibitions in the United States and abroad, and her work is represented in major private, corporate, and museum collections, including the Art Institute of Chicago, IL; the Museum of Modern Art, NY; the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA; and the International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House, NY. Currently, she is working on a group of pictures that involve illustrated books, tablets, and pages in order to explore the relationship between verbal and visual thinking. Parker is on the Board of Directors of the Photographic Resource Center.
15. Bradford WashburnSouth Crillon Glacier and Canoe, 1934, 1934/2003 Gelatin Silver Print Signed Verso, 15 x 19 in. $5,200 Courtesy of Decaneas Archive decaneasarchive.com
Bradford Washburn was Founding Director of Boston’s Museum of Science and served as Director for forty years. Known as a mountaineer, explorer, cartographer and aerial photographer, Washburn traveled the world for eight decades, documenting landscapes from the Grand Canyon to the Alps, from Mount McKinley to the Matterhorn. Ansel Adams called Washburn a “roving genius of mind and mountains.” This genius inspired him to pioneer photographic techniques that captured the most remote and inaccessible points on earth, under conditions worthy of a stunt man. Washburn gathered many awards over the course of his venerable career, including the Alexander Graham Bell Medal from the National Geographic Society, the Centennial Award also of the National Geographic Society, and the King Albert Medal of Merit along with nine honorary doctorates.
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22. Noah David Bau13, 73 lbs., 2011Archival Inkjet Print 36 x 24 in. $2,500 Courtesy of the artist
Noah David Bau divides his time between Bangkok and Boston. His work, while visually and conceptually diverse, consistently attempts to dis-rupt the seamlessness of mass-medi-ated imagery. Operating from social and intellectual margins, the work illuminates paradox and contradiction, offering an unstable, problematic real-ity. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from Amherst College as an Independent Scholar in Photography and Sexual Politics. He continued his studies at the California Institute of the Arts in Los Angeles and earned a masters degree from Stanford University.
23. Marc RiboudSteel Mill, Anshan, China, 1957/printed later Gelatin Silver Print Signed Recto, 11 x 17 in. $2,000 Courtesy of anonymous donor
Marc Riboud was born in Lyon, France, and took his first photograph at the age of thirteen, using his father’s vest pocket Kodak Camera. While perhaps best known for his extensive reports on the East—The Three Banners of China, Face of North Vietnam, Visions of China, and In China—his photographs appeared in numerous magazines, including Life, Géo, National Geographic, Paris-Match, and Stern. He won the Overseas Press Club Award twice and has had major retrospective exhibitions at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris and the International Center of Photography in New York. He became a Magnum contributor in 1980. In recent years he has shot his stories mainly in black and white and on his own initiative. His most recent work was made in Turkey.
24. Chris EnosNudes/Enos Portfolio, 1971–1974Gelatin Silver Prints, 7/45 Signed Verso, 11 x 14 in. $4,500 Courtesy of the artist chrisenos.com
Born and raised in California, Chris Enos received a BA in sculpture from San Francisco State University and an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. In 1976, Enos founded the Photographic Resource Center (PRC) in Boston to provide a venue for fine art and documen-tary photographers to meet, promote, and display their work, filling a critical gap in the Boston arts scene. She served as director of the PRC from 1976 to 1981. Enos’ work has been published internationally in Paris and Germany. She served as a professor Emeritus at the University of New Hampshire from 1986 to 2004. Enos now lives and works in Santa Fe, NM.
19. Henry HorensteinTexas Map Turtle – Graptemys Versa, 2008 Archival Pigment Print, Auction Edition 2012 #2 Signed Verso, 12 x 18 in. $1,300 Courtesy of the artist Represented by Carroll and Sons Gallery horenstein.com
Henry Horenstein has worked as a photographer, teacher, and author since the early 1970s. He has authored over 30 books, including many mono-graphs (Honky Tonk, Humans, Crea-tures, Aquatics, Canine, Racing Days). Henry’s textbooks have been widely used by thousands of photography students over the past thirty years. He lives in Boston where he continues to photograph, exhibit, publish, and teach at the Rhode Island School of Design as a professor of photography. His work is collected by many institutions including the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History, Washing-ton, DC; George Eastman House, NY; and Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA.
20. Constantine ManosFt. Lauderdale, FL, 2001Archival Pigment Print Signed Recto and Verso, 14 x 21 in. $2,000 Courtesy of the artist Represented by Magnum Photos magnumphotos.com
Constantine Manos’ photography career began when he was only thirteen years old and part of his school’s camera club. By the age of nineteen, he was hired as the official photographer of the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Tangle-wood. These photographs culminated in his first published work, Portraits of a Symphony. He graduated from the University of North Carolina in 1955 with a BA in English Literature. From 1961-1964, Manos lived in Greece, which resulted in another book, A Greek Portfolio, which won awards at the Arles and the Leipzig book fair. In 1963, Manos joined Magnum Photos, becoming a full member in 1965. Manos was awarded the Leica Medal of Excellence in 2003 for his photographs in his American Color series. He lectures and teaches nationally.
21. Karin RosenthalDune, 1996Gelatin Silver Print from Black & White Infrared Negative, AP from edition of 35 Signed Recto, 8.75 x 12.75 in. $1,100 Courtesy of the artist krosenthal.com
A Wellesley College graduate, Karin Rosenthal studied photography at the Rochester Institute of Technology in New York and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and museums worldwide and is in numerous collections including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA; the Brooklyn Museum, NY; Harvard University’s Fogg Museum, MA; the International Center of Photography, NY; Polaroid’s National and Interna-tional Collections; Santa Barbara Art Museums, CA; and the Allan Chasanoff Collection.
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28. Jeff SilverthorneNude with Paper, 1980Gelatin Silver Print Signed Verso,16 x 13 in. $1,200 Courtesy of anonymous donor
Since receiving his MFA, BFA, and MAT from Rhode Island School of Design, Silverthorne’s work has been included in over 30 solo exhibitions, 40 group exhibitions, and 36 publications including three monographs. His work is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, NY; the Los Angeles County Museum, CA; the Yale University Art Gallery, CT; the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA; and the George Eastman House, NY. He also has work in Switzerland, Paris, Copenhagen, and the Czech Republic. Since 2002, he has served as an Associate Professor of Art and University Core Professor at Roger Williams University in Rhode Island.
29. Neal SlavinKnickerbocker Greys, ca. 1990C-Print, 72/135 Signed Recto, 18 x 14 in. $2,200 Courtesy of anonymous donor
As a photographer and moviemaker, Neal Slavin has photographed for major magazines around the world, including The New York Times Maga-zine, Esquire, Frankfurter Allgemeine, Zeitung, and Rolling Stone Magazine. He attended Cooper Union School of Art and Architecture in New York, where he received a BFA. He received several National Endowment for the Arts grants and a number of awards from Communication Arts Magazine. In 1986, he was named as the Corporate Photographer of the Year by the Ameri-can Society of Magazine Photographers. He was also awarded the 1988 Au-gustus Saint-Gaudens Medal and the 2005 President’s Citation by the Cooper Union. His photographic work can be found in the Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, IL.
30. Frank WardGirl with Dalai Lama Photo, Tibet, 1994 Gelatin Silver Print Signed Verso, 18 x 21 in. $700 Courtesy of the artist Represented by Photo-Eye Gallery socialdocumentary.net/photogra-pher/frankward
After receiving an MFA degree from Bard College, Frank Ward became a professor in the Holyoke Community College Art Department. In 2011, he received a Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship award for his work in the former Soviet Union. He has also received grants for his work with Puerto Rican community in Holyoke. The Polaroid Foundation and View Camera Magazine have awarded his work from Tibet, and the Rotary Foundation has funded much of his photography in India. He spends the majority of his free time teaching in Holyoke and leading photography workshops in central Asia.
25. Aaron SiskindHarlem, ca. 1935/1981Gelatin Silver Print Signed Verso, 8 x 11 in. $2,500 Courtesy of anonymous donor
Aaron Siskind developed a love for photography after receiving a camera as a honeymoon gift from his wife. He became a member of the New York Photo League in 1932, and working within that group, he produced several socially conscious images, which included his most famous work entitled Harlem Document. In 1951, Siskind was invited by Harry Callahan to join the faculty at the Chicago Institute of Design, forming a valuable teaching partnership that informed scores of talented young photog-raphers. In the 1970s, he and Callahan taught at Rhode Island of Design, and he continued to publish and exhibit widely through the 1980s.
26. Ernest C. WithersBrook Benton and Elvis Presley, WDIA Goodwill Revue, Ellis Auditorium, Memphis, TN, December 6, 1957, 1957/2004 Gelatin Silver Print, AP 1/35 Signed Verso, 10 x 10 in. $3,000 Courtesy of Decaneas Archive decaneasarchive.com
Ernest Withers was a freelance pho-tographer famous for his black and white images of the segregated South in the 1950s and 1960s, Negro league baseball, and the Memphis blues scene. A native of Tennessee, Withers played a key role in the Civil Rights Movement as a result of his photographic docu-mentation of the Emmett Till trial. He witnessed the Montgomery Bus Boycott, Medgar Evers’ funeral, the integration of Little Rock High School, the Memphis Sanitation Workers’ Strike and the Martin Luther King, Jr. assassination and funeral. Among his many awards and honors are honorary doctorate degrees from the Art Institute of Boston, Memphis College of Art, Syracuse University, and the Framingham State University.
27. Lou JonesButterflies, from the series Distressed: Memories, 2012Archival Pigment Print, AP Signed Recto, 8 x 8 in. $1,850 Courtesy of the artist fotojones.com fotojonesblog.blogspot.com
Lou Jones is past president of the New England chapter of the American Society of Media Photographers and was previously a long time member of the ASMP National Board of Directors. He is also one of the charter members of the Advertising Photographers of America. Jones’ images have been exhibited in galleries throughout the world, such as the Smithsonian and Corcoran Galleries, Washington, DC; Polaroid Gallery; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, NY; deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, MA; Cooper Hewitt Museum, NY; Detroit Institute of Arts, MI; and Feuerwagner, Austria. He has photographs in the collections of institutions such as the Fogg Museum (Harvard), MA; Wellesley College, MA; Middle Tennessee State Uni-versity, TN; and University of Texas, TX. In 2000, the International Photographic Council (United Nations) presented him with their highest award and the Boston Photography Collaborative gave him their CONTACT award.
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42. Beth HankesUntitled 23, 2012Gelatin Silver Print, 1/1 Signed Verso, 12 x 7 in. $375 Courtesy of the artist bethhankes.com
43. Audrey GottliebThe Giant Pig, 2008Archival Pigment Print Signed Recto, 20 x 30 in. $600 Courtesy of the artist audrey-gottlieb.com
31. Lisa KesslerDead Flamingos, 2009Archival Digital Print, Exhibition Print Signed Verso, 17 x 22 in. $1,200 Courtesy of the artist lisakessler.net
32. Bill BochNatural Forces, 2011Archival Inkjet Print Signed Recto,13.25 x 20 in. $600 Courtesy of the artist
33. Zoe Perry-Wood Lucia, BAGLY Prom, 2011Archival Pigment Print, 1/7 Signed Verso,17 x 25 in. $1,200 Courtesy of the artist Represented by Gallery Kayafas zoeperrywood.com
34. Alison HoornbeekSplash #1, 2010Archival Pigment Print, 2/15 Signed Verso, 12 x 18 in. $500 Courtesy of the artist alisonhoornbeek.com
35. Dorothy Kerper MonnellySaltmarsh at Dusk and Moon, 2001Archival Digital Pigment Print, 3/50 Signed Recto, 15 x 19 in. $600 Courtesy of the artist Represented by Time and Tide dorothykerpermonnelly.com
37. Victoria Gewirz Trunk Show, 2009Piezography Print, 2/20 Signed Verso, 5 x 7 in. $800 Courtesy of the artist
39. Vittorio SellaCamp V Below the West Face of K2 from Savoy Glacier, Karakoram, June 1909, 1909/2012Archival Pigment Inkjet Print, 3/40 11.25 x 15 in. $700 Courtesy of Decaneas Archive decaneasarchive.com
40. Tony LoretiFast Food Restaurant Worker, 2011Gelatin Silver Print Signed Verso, 5.4 x 8 in. $300 Courtesy of the artist tonyloreti.com
38. Sarah PollmanParking Spaces, Brighton, MA, 2011Archival Inkjet Print from 4x5 Negative, 1/3 Signed Verso, 20 x 24 in. $500 Courtesy of the artist sarahpollman.com
41. John BunzickOrange VW, 2012Archival Inkjet Print, 1/10 Signed Verso, 11.9 x 17.9 in. $450 Courtesy of the artist johnbunzick.com
36. Andre M. BrownEarly Effort, 2012Archival Inkjet Print, 1/25 Signed Verso, 9 x 12 in. $500 Courtesy of the artist westsideshots.com
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44. Vivien GoldmanLacy Curtain, 2011Archival Inkjet Print 16 x 20 in. $600 Courtesy of the artist
46. Ashok Sen-GuptaWinter Dreamscape, 2009Archival Pigment Print, 2/5 Signed Recto, 19 x 13 in. $400 Courtesy of the artist
45. William ScullyWater Lily Study No. 4, 2010Digital Underwater Photograph/ Archival Pigment Print, 4/18 Signed Verso, 12.6 x 19 in. $600 Courtesy of the artist scullyphotography.com
47. Unknown Artist Nigatsudo at Nara/Miko or Performer in a Kagura, c. 1889Hand-colored Albumen Print, Unique 10 x 8 in. $225 Courtesy of anonymous donor
48. Tony SchwartzContemplation, 2009Archival Pigment Print, 1/10 Signed Recto, 23 x 34.5 in. $850 Courtesy of the artist tonyschwartzphoto.com
49. Steven KeirsteadIce, Fourth Pond, Maine, 2011Optical Fuji Type C-Print Signed Recto, 15.25 x 23 in. $450 Courtesy of the artist fas.harvard.edu/~keirst
50. Antony DecaneasFamily Portrait, Pavlia, Greece, 1984, 1984/1985 Gelatin Silver Print, Open Edition (fewer than 10 printed) Signed Verso, 14.25 x 19 in. $900 Courtesy of the artist decaneasarchive.com
51. Tom YoungHolding Tight from the series Time-line, 2010Archival Inkjet Print, 3/15 Signed Recto, 22 x 26.5 in. $2,500 Courtesy of the artist tomyoungphoto.com
52. Susan LapidesBlue Fog, 2008Archival Inkjet Print, 1/7 Signed Verso, 20 x 30 in. $750 Courtesy of the artist susanlapides.com
53. Thomas JanzenWashington Street, 2011Archival LightJet Print, 1/100 Signed Verso, 7 x 10.5 in. $200 Courtesy of the artist
54. Suzanne RevyFlower, 2011Gelatin Silver Print Signed Verso, 16 x 20 in. $600 Courtesy of Panopticon Gallery panopticongallery.com
55. Tom MorinUntitled #206, from the series Chalkboard, 2004Archival Pigment Print, 2/12 Signed Verso, 18 x 18 in. $1,100 Courtesy of the artist tommorin.com
56. Stephanie GoodeDave, Underwater, 2009Archival LightJet Print, 1/30 Signed Verso, 20 x 24 in. $500 Courtesy of the artist stephaniegoode.com
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57. Sunny GuptaTrunk, 2012Gelatin Silver Print, 1/25 Signed Recto, 9.5 x 7.5 in. $400 Courtesy of the artist suketugupta.com
59. Stephen PetegorskyFallen Corn at Sunrise, 2012Archival Inkjet Print, 4/25 Signed Recto, 14 x 14 in. $1,000 Courtesy of the artist spphoto.com
60. Peter TreiberLove, 1990Archival Digital Print, 1/15 Signed Verso, 16.5 x 21 in. $600 Courtesy of the artist Represented by Dakota Ridge Gallery, Monsoon Gallery, Artfully Elegant, & OC Designers Source ptphoto.com
61. Stephanie RobbWrecker’s Race, 2005Inkjet Print, 1/2 Signed Verso, 11.5 x 7.75 in. $375 Courtesy of the artist facebook.com/PeepsNewportRI
58. Sharon DevereuxBook Series 2, 2012Archival Pigment Print Signed Verso, 11 x 16.5 in. each (triptych) $995 Courtesy of the artist devereuxphotography.com
62. Susan S. BankAbuela from Piercing the Darkness, 2000 Selenium Toned Gelatin Silver Print on Fiber Paper, AP/10 Signed Verso, 8.5 x 13 in. $1,200 Courtesy of the artist susansbank.com
63. Stella JohnsonMixalis, Crete, Greece, 2011Archival Pigment Print, 2/15 Signed Verso, 22 x 33 in. $2,200 Courtesy of the artist and Panopticon Gallery stellajohnson.com
64. Stefanie KlavensBanquet Hall, 2012C-Print, 1/20 Signed Recto, 18.5 x 18.5 in. $850 Courtesy of the artist stefanieklavens.com
65. Stacy SwiderskiFull Moon, 2010C-Print, 2/10 16 x 16 in. $900 Courtesy of the artist stacyswiderski.com
66. Shawna GibbsMovie Night, 2007Archival Inkjet Print, 1/15 Signed Verso, 11 x 16.5 in. $425 Courtesy of the artist shawnagibbs.com
67. Chester MichalikHiroshima, Japan, 1995Digital Print Signed, 14.5 x 14.5 in. $400 Courtesy of the artist
68. Shaun O’BoyleKeystone Arch Bridge, 2010Archival Pigment Print, Open Edition Signed Recto, 13.3 x 20 in. $1,150 Courtesy of the artist oboylephoto.com
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69. Alan StrassmanLowell 214, 2008Inkjet Print on Dibond, 1/3 Signed Verso, 39 x 26 in. $1,000 Courtesy of the artist alanstrassmanphotos.com
70. Adam Joseph GooderDaffodil, 2011Gelatin Silver Lith Print on Antique Paper Signed Verso, 9 x 13 in. $500 Courtesy of the artist gooderfilm.com
71. Allen PalmerUntitled 1, 2012Archival Inkjet Print Signed Verso, 16 x 10.5 in. $475 Courtesy of the artist allenpalmerphotography.com
72. Amy RagusFire in Winter, Walden, 2009Archival Inkjet Print on Rag Paper, 3/20 Signed Recto, 22 x 26 in. $1,000 Courtesy of the artist amyragus.com
73. Alice GarikWoman with Kimono, 1998Palladium Print Signed Recto, 8 x 10 in. $600 Courtesy of anonymous donor
74. Anne DaveyThe Garden, 2011Archival Pigment Print, 2/25 Signed Recto, 12 x 20.75 in. $1,000 Courtesy of the artist annedaveyarts.com
75. Anita Līcis-RibakUntitled 3 (diptych) from the series Many Loving Kisses, 2011C-Print on Airmail Paper, 1/3 Signed Verso, 22 x 25 in. each (diptych) $1,520 Courtesy of the artist anitalicis.com
76. Willard TraubMorikami, 2005Chromogenic Color Print, 3/15 Signed Verso, 19.5 x 19.5 in. $750 Courtesy of the artist saxonvillestudios.com
77. Astrid ReischwitzLook (Boston 2009), 2009Archival Inkjet Print, 1/20 Signed Verso, 14 x 21 in. $375 Courtesy of the artist reischwitzphotography.com
78. Andrew KesslerHopeless, 2006Archival Inkjet Print, 1/3 Signed Verso, 57 x 43 in. $1,750 Courtesy of the artist andrewkesslerphotography.com
79. Corinna LanderBetty, 2012Inkjet Print, 1/1 16 x 24 in. $200 Courtesy of the artist
80. Christian WaeberEmpire of Lights, 2010Chromogenic Print, 1/12 Signed Recto, 19 x 28 in. $800 Courtesy of the artist Represented by Galatea Fine Art cwaeber.com
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82. Brenda BancelMy Flag, Fayence, France, 2012Fine Art Archival Print, 1/20 Signed Recto, 16 x 24 in. $350 Courtesy of the artist brendabancel.com
83. Brian KaplanSeashore Park Inn #2, 2012Archival Pigment Print, 1/10 Signed Verso, 30 x 24 in. $1,400 Courtesy of Panopticon Gallery panopticongallery.com
84. Bruce HamiltonSpanish Door, 2011Inkjet Print, 1/10 Signed Verso, 7.5 x 11.3 in. $300 Courtesy of the artist
81. Blake D. OgdenIn the Woods, 2011Digital Pigment Print, 2/10 Signed Verso, 15 x 19 in. $900 Courtesy of Gallery Kayafas ogdenpictures.com
85. Carol GolemboskiThey Hook and They Hold, 2001Toned Silver Gelatin Print, AP Signed Verso, 10 x 10 in. $750 Courtesy of the artist Represented by Robert Klein Gallery
86. Chehalis HegnerMagdalena Falling, 2012Archival Inkjet Print and Mixed Media on Birch Wood Panel Signed Recto and Verso, 19 x 29.5 in. $4,200 Courtesy of the artist
87. Bremner BenedictSand Spring, 2004Archival Pigment Print, 1/15 Signed Verso, 24 x 24 in. $1,000 Courtesy of the artist bremnerbenedict.com
88. Sean K. SullivanRachel, 1997C-Print Signed Verso, 12.75 x 15.75 in. $450 Courtesy of the artist seansullivanphoto.com
89. Sean KilmurrayWalking Home, 2009Digital Print, 1/10 Signed Verso, 8 x 12 in. $325 Courtesy of the artist
90. Sally RussellWetlands 12, 2011Tintype Signed, 8 x 10 in. $600 Courtesy of the artist
92. Sarah MalakoffUntitled Interior (green stairwell), 2005 Digital C-Print, 2/12 23.5 x 19.5 in. $950 Courtesy of the artist sarahmalakoff.com
91. Robert RichmondThe Naked Eye, 1994Archival Pigment Print, 1/20 Signed Verso, 11 x 14 in. $1,000 Courtesy of the artist
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93. Sandra Chen WeinsteinVeiled, 2007Archival Pigment Print, 8/25 Signed Recto, 10 x 12 in. $1,000 Courtesy of the artist cm2-scw.com
94. John S. Tilney, Jr.Looking Down, 2011Gelatin Silver Print Signed Verso, 10 x 14 in. $600 Courtesy of the artist johntilney.com
95. Robert HuntSimple Nude, 2012Archival Digital Print Signed Recto and Verso, 16 x 20 in. $1,250 Courtesy of the artist roberthuntphotography.com
96. Robert AlterLa Grande Arch Series #3, 2010Archival Inkjet Print, AP Signed Verso, 13 x 13 in. $900 Courtesy of the artist alterarts.blogspot.com
97. Rob WeismanFarm Pond, 2012Giclée on Lustre, 1/5 Signed Verso, 11 x 14 in. $350 Courtesy of the artist rmwphoto.com
98. Rebecca BuonopaneAllie Dreaming, 2010Digital Print, 2/10 12 x 12 in. $250 Courtesy of the artist rebeccabuonopane.com
99. Richard SobolImbalu, 2008Archival Pigment Print, AP Signed Recto, 16.5 x 23.5 in. $700 Courtesy of the artist richardsobol.com
100. Rick FriedmanBlue Boat, 2011Archival Inkjet Print, 1/20 Signed Recto and Verso, 12 x 18 in. $700 Courtesy of the artist richfriedman.com
101. Randall ArmorCSX Freight Train, Pittsburg, 2012Archival Pigment Print Signed Recto, 12 x 18 in. $550 Courtesy of the artist armorfoto.com
102. Rachel Bedet7603 Fleetwood Drive II, 2012Inkjet Print, 4/5 Signed Verso, 15.5 x 10 in. $300 Courtesy of the artist rachelbedet.com
103. Ralph MercerEureka Dunes, Death Valley, CA #3, 2009 Archival Pigment Print Signed Recto, 8 x 10 in. $700 Courtesy of the artist ralphmercer.com
104. Phillip JonesTimes Square 4, 2009Gelatin Silver Print, 3/45 Signed Verso, 17.5 x 17.5 in. $1,100 Courtesy of Mercury Gallery phillipjonesphotos.com
105. Dana MuellerJacque, Ernstthal/Rstg. Germany, 2010 Archival Pigment Print, 2/10 Signed Verso, 24 x 30 in. $900 Courtesy of the artist Represented by Rick Wester Fine Art danamueller.net
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106. Christopher ChadbourneMiss Georgia State Fair, 2010Archival Inkjet Print on Museo Silver Rag Paper, AP 3/3 Signed Verso, 16 x 24 in. $650 Courtesy of the artist christopherchadbourne.com
108. Philip PorcellaUntitled, 1997Toned Gelatin Silver Print from Type 55 Polaroid Negative Signed Verso, 16 x 12 in. $1,000 Courtesy of anonymous donor
109. Daniel BordenFalling Yellow Building, 2012Archival Inkjet Print, 1/3 Signed Recto, 15 x 19 in. $500 Courtesy of the artist danborden.tumblr.com
110. David RochkindRounds, 2010Digital C-Print 20 x 30 in. $1,200 Courtesy of the artist davidrochkind.com
107. Diana Zlatanovski2011.WR.8, 2011Pigmented Ink Print, 1/9 Signed Verso, 15.25 x 11 in. $300 Courtesy of the artist thetypology.com
111. David FinksHomage to Viktor and Rolf, 2006Archival Inkjet Print, 2/2 Signed Verso, 11 x 14 in. $300 Courtesy of the artist flickr.com/photos/finksfoto
112. David WeinbergBeach Scene, 2009Archival Pigment Print, 2/25 Signed Verso, 18 x 12 in. $600 Courtesy of the artist davidweinbergphoto.com
113. David WolfLeaves and Clover, 2009Chromogenic Print, AP Signed Verso, 10.5 x 13.5 in. $1,100 Courtesy of the artist davidwolfphotographs.com
114. David G. HawkinsTwo Chairs at a Table, 2012Archival Inkjet Print Signed Verso, 20.75 x 13.75 in. $250 Courtesy of the artist davidghawkinsphotography.com
115. John O. RoyThe Lake, 2008C-Print, 2/4 Signed Recto, 10 x 15 in. $350 Courtesy of the artist john-roy.com
116. Dianne J. SchaeferDoors and Sunlight, 2011Archival Inkjet Print, 2/10 Signed Verso, 16 x 20 in. $700 Courtesy of the artist dianneschaeferphoto.com
118. Joseph LevenduskyHou Hai, Beijing, 2010Gelatin Silver Print, 3/35 Signed Verso, 12.5 x 8.4 in. $400 Courtesy of the artist
117. Dick SwiftRachel Harms, dancer, 1970Digital Print from Scanned Negative, 3/10 Signed Recto, 8.5 x 11 in. $300 Courtesy of the artist
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119. Dimitris YerosGirl with Rabbit, 2005Archival Inkjet Print, 3/15 Signed Verso, 20 x 15 in. $3,000 Courtesy of the artist yeros.com
120. Helena GoessensTradición, 2012Archival Inkjet Print, Unique Signed Recto, 14.5 x 9.5 in. $450 Courtesy of the artist helenagoessens.com
122. Dominique DudoubleQuadrille, 2011C-Print, 1/10 Signed Verso, 15.75 x 11.8 in. $1,000 Courtesy of the artist lookingforrenoir.com autempsjadis.fr
123. Elsa DorfmanMy Framing Studio, 2012Original Polaroid, 1/1 Signed Recto, 4 x 6 in. $500 Courtesy of the artist elsadorfman.com
124. Ed KashiCairo, 1993, 1993Archival Inkjet Print, 4/5 Signed Recto $1,000 Courtesy of the artist Represented by Anastasia Photo edkashi.com
125. Eleanor SteinadlerProvincetown Fencing #1, 2010Archival Inkjet Print, 2/15 Signed Verso, 11 x 18 in. $800 Courtesy of the artist Represented by Galatea Fine Art galateafineart.com/eleanor-steinadler
126. Fabiola Menchelli TejedaUntitled X, 2012Archival Pigment Print, 3/10 Signed Verso, 20 x 24 in. $800 Courtesy of the artist fabiolamenchelli.com
127. Dick SimonDriving in the Desert, Palmyra, Syria, 2010 Archival Inkjet Print, 1/10 Signed Recto, 11 x 16 in. $1,000 Courtesy of the artist dicksimonphotography.com
128. Gretjen HeleneBursts of sharing; the binding of glue from the series Of the Egg in the Heart, 2007Liquid Emulsion Photograph (printed on the inside of an eggshell, mounted in a lightbox), 1/9 Signed Verso, 2 x 1 in. eggshell $2,000 Courtesy of the artist gretjenhelene.com
121. Don GurewitzFestival Horns, Ura, Bhutan, 2010Color Iris Print on Watercolor Paper, 3/25 Signed Recto, 16 x 24 in. $1,400 Courtesy of the artist dongurewitzphotography.com
129. German HerreraPrayer, 2002Pigment Print, 1/15 Signed Recto and Verso, 16 x 12 in. $500 Courtesy of anonymous donor germanherrera.com
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131. James ZallGarage Diptych, 2012C-Print, 2/20 Signed Verso, 10.75 x 13 in. $300 Courtesy of the artist jameszall.com
132. Jane ParadiseLightning over Race Point, 2007Archival Print, 2/5 Signed Recto, 28 x 18 in. $1,100 Courtesy of the artist janeparadise.com
133. Holly WorthingtonMedical Area Total Energy Plant, Brookline Avenue and Francis Street, Boston, MA, 2004Gelatin Silver Print, 2/3 Signed Verso, 10.5 x 12 in. $850 Courtesy of the artist hlworthington.com
130. David TorcolettiUntitled from the series Soldiers, 2007 Archival Inkjet Print on Photo Rag Paper 14.75 x 23.5 in. $1,000 Courtesy of the artist davidtorc.com
134. Wally GilbertColumns–Berlin, 2004C-Print Mounted on Board Lustre UV Laminate, 2/5 Signed Verso, 30 x 45 in. $4,500 Courtesy of Khaki Gallery khakigallery.net
135. John HirschCoffee, 2011Tintype, 1/1 6.5 x 8.5 in. $600 Courtesy of the artist johnhirsch.com
137. Joseph SquillanteUntitled, 2006Gelatin Silver Print, 1/25 Signed Recto, 8 x 10 in. $500 Courtesy of anonymous donor
138. Kate Russell JonesOff Season, Provincetown, 2009Metal Print on Aluminum, 1/2 Signed Verso, 11 x 14 in. $450 Courtesy of the artist kateseye.com
139. Keiko HiromiKatya in Mirror, 2012Archival Pigment Print, 1/15 Signed Verso, 9 x 14 in. $700 Courtesy of Panopticon Gallery panopticongallery.com
141. Joseph F. Farrell, Jr.Rollins Place–Beacon Hill, 1976Cibachrome, 2/100 Signed Verso, 11 x 14 in. $125 Courtesy of the artist renaissancerestorations.com
136. Judith Robinson-CoxAttack of the Lilliputian Women, 2009Archival Pigment Print, 1/1 Signed Recto, 14 x 24 in. $350 Courtesy of the artist Represented by The Square Circle & Chameleon judy.robinson-cox.com
140. Harvey SteinCentral Park Looking West, 1996Selenium Toned Silver Gelatin Print from Pinhole Camera Signed Verso, 9 x 13 in. $1,600 Courtesy of the artist harveysteinphoto.com
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142. Lyn GardinerFarmer’s Daughter, 2002C-Print Signed Verso, 13 x 19 in. $600 Courtesy of the artist
143. Lauri RobertsonMy Favorite Forlorn Tree, Coffin Park, 2007 Archival Pigment Print, 3/6 Signed Verso, 17.5 x 8.75 in. $500 Courtesy of the artist Represented by The Gallery at Four India & Artists’ Association of Nantucket laurirobertsonphotography.com
144. Karen HoskingMan Walking Dog in Blizzard, 2010Archival Inkjet Print, 4/6 Signed Recto, 14 x 11 in. $300 Courtesy of the artist karenhoskingphotography.com
145. PRC 35th Anniver-sary Palladium PortfolioJesseca Ferguson, Pamela Ellis Hawkes, Gyorgy Kepes, Olivia Parker, Karen Rosenthal, Paul Wainwright 1/4 $3,500 Courtesy of the PRC
146. Constantine ManosDaufuskie Island, SC, 1952Archival Pigment Print Signed Recto and Verso, 14 x 21 in. $2,000 Courtesy of the artist Represented by Magnum Photos magnumphotos.com
147. Meg BirnbaumAmanda Tyen-Whip, 2012Digital Print, 1/5 Signed Verso, 10.5 x 16.5 in. $550 Courtesy of the artist megbirnbaumphotography.com
148. Kent KrughHigher Ground Cedar, 2011Archival Pigment Print Signed Verso, 20 x 13 in. $550 Courtesy of the artist kentkrugh.com
149. Judit PapOmnikrome, 2012Archival Print, 1/10 Signed Recto and Verso, 7.5 x 11 in. $350 Courtesy of the artist juditpap.com
150. Judy Bergman HochbergForbidden Fruit #2, 2010Polymer Plate Photogravure Etching, 1/5 Signed Verso, 10 x 13 in. $350 Courtesy of the artist judybergmanhochberg.com
151. Ivana GeorgeGlacial Waters 4, 2011Giclee on Moab Cotton Paper, 1/25 Signed Recto, 14 x 21 in. $1,000 Courtesy of the artist ivanadamiengeorge.com
152. John CurtisWilliam and Devon, 1995Gelatin Silver Print, AP Signed Recto, 15.5 x 19.5 in. $850 Courtesy of the artist johncurtisphoto.com
153. Jack KadisShimeji Mushrooms, 2007Gelatin Silver Print Signed Verso, 10 x 10 in. $650 Courtesy of the artist kadisphoto.com
154. Joe RattieTigers on Vaseline, 2012Archival Pigment Print Signed Recto, 14 x 10.5 in. $275 Courtesy of the artist outastate.viewbook.com
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157. Dennis H. MillerKind of Blue, 2011Archival Inkjet Print, 1/5 Signed Verso, 11 x 17 in. $250 Courtesy of the artist dennishmillerphoto.com
158. Gail RousseauNight Gown, 2009Inkjet Print Signed Recto, 16 x 18 in. $200 Courtesy of the artist gailrousseauphotography.com
159. Gary DuehrNo Man’s Land #3, 2011Dye on Aluminum, 1/10 Signed Verso, 20 x 24 in. $900 Courtesy of the artist garyduehr.com
156. Gail GiarrussoGarlic and Pear, 2005Gelatin Silver Print, 5/50 Signed Verso, 9 x 12.5 in. $300 Courtesy of the artist
160. Daniel JacksonTransmitter Crowbar Discharge Unit, 2012 Archival Pigment Print, Open Edition Signed Recto, 12 x 18 in. $750 Courtesy of the artist straightphotography.org
161. Peter PapeschGeyser Hill Abstract–06, 2011Archival Inkjet Print, 1/25 Signed Recto, 12 x 16 in. $600 Courtesy of the artist
163. Pelle CassQuincy Market, Spring, 2012Inkjet Print on Rag Paper, 2/15 16.5 x 24.5 in. $1,200 Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Kayafas pellecass.com
155. Liz LinderNOT ORGET, 2001Archival Pigment Print, 15/50 Signed Verso, 9 x 12.5 in. $750 Courtesy of the artist lizlinder.com
162. Pamela PiscassitoTubes, 2011Archival Silver Halide Print, 1/3 11 x 14 in. $825 Courtesy of the artist my-digital-studio.com
164. Paul Cary GoldbergTwo Strawberries, 2008Archival Inkjet Print, AP Signed Verso, 18 x 18 in. $1,500 Courtesy of the artist Represented by Pucker Gallery paulcarygoldberg.com
166. Fran GardinoSciacca Rock, 2012Archival Inkjet Print on Canvas, 1/20 Signed Verso, 60 x 20 in. $800 Courtesy of the artist frangardino.com
165. Paul BaronRed Red #2, 2011Archival Pigment Print Signed Recto, 12.7 x 19 in. $2,600 Courtesy of the artist paul-baron.com
167. Pamela Ellis HawkesShelf with Tipped Sugar Bowl, 2012Wet-plate Collodion on Aluminum Signed Verso, 1/18 x 10 in. $1,500 Courtesy of the artist Represented by Clark Gallery pamelaellishawkes.com
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169. Neal CohenCape Cod Fog, 2009Archival Pigment Print, 3/10 Signed Verso, 16 x 20 in. $900 Courtesy of the artist nealcohenphotography.com
168. Nick JohnsonUntitled 34, 2006Selenium Toned Gelatin Silver Print, 3/25 Signed Recto, 19.5 x 23.5 in. $1,300 Courtesy of the artist nickjohnsonphotography.com
170. Nasser KCyclone, 2012Gelatin Silver Print, 1/9 Signed Verso, 20 x 30 in. $1,800 Courtesy of the artist nasserk.com
172. Neal RantoulImperial Sand Dunes, CA #1, 2012Archival Pigment Print, 1/10 Signed Verso, 30 x 20 in. $2,600 Courtesy of Panopticon Gallery panopticongallery.com
171. Leonard HellermanNelumbo nucifera, 2012Digital Print on Hahnemuhl Archi-val Fine Art Paper, 1/15 Signed Recto, 12 x 18 in. $350 Courtesy of the artist hellermanphotography.com
173. Nancy Grace HortonSnap Shot, 2011Plexi-mounted Pigment Print, AP 17 x 17 in. $800 Courtesy of the artist nancygracehorton.com
175. Nan BrownTrailers Collected, 53, 2007Toned Silver Gelatin Print, 1/20 Signed Verso, 10 x 10 in. $1,100 Courtesy of the artist nanbrownphotographs.com
174. Nancy FultonEstival no. 04, 2011Archival Pigment Print, 1/20 Signed Verso, 14 x 21 in. $500 Courtesy of the artist nancyfulton.com
176. Michael BenariConey Island El, 2010Archival Inkjet Print, 1/25 Signed Verso, 13 x 20 in. $1,750 Courtesy of the artist Represented by Robert Anderson Gallery benarifoto.com
178. Morocco FlowersExeunt #1, 2011Museo Silver Rag/Canon Lucia Inks, Open Edition Signed Recto and Verso, 10.378 x 18.5 in. $1,400 Courtesy of the artist
177. Nadine BoughtonSea Adventure, 2011Archival Inkjet Print, 4/15 Signed Verso, 12 x 16 in. $900 Courtesy of the artist nadineboughton.com
179. Mori InsingerPrague, Czech Republic, 2009Archival Pigment Print, AP Signed Verso, 5.25 x 15 in. $600 Courtesy of the artist moriphoto.com
180. Mona MiriDown Under the Overpass, 2007Eco-Friendly Archival Fine Art Print, 5/10 Signed Verso, 36 x 36 in. $2,200 Courtesy of the artist monamiri.com
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181. Laura McPheeIrrigator’s Tarp Directing Water, Fourth of July Creek Ranch, Custer County, Idaho, 2004Pigmented Inkjet Print on Fiber Based Paper, 16/35 Signed Verso, 13.875 x 17.875 $2,000 From the PRC Portfolio
184. Michael Ruggiero, Jr.Andy and Frank, 1981Gelatin Silver Print, 1/1 Signed Recto, 11.875 x 17.625 in. $750 Courtesy of the artist
185. Nahid KhakiBlack and Blue Hand #4, 2009Archival Pigment Print, 1/10 Signed Verso, 13 x 19 in. $600 Courtesy of Khaki Gallery khakigallery.net
187. Mara BrodPublic Gardens 1, 2010C-Print, 1/15 Signed Verso, 2 x 3 in. $425 Courtesy of the artist marabrod.com
188. Magnus SnorrasonStrength, 2010Digital Gelatin Silver Print, 1/10 Signed Recto, 10.5 x 13.5 in. $400 Courtesy of the artist magnusphotos.com
190. Michael MalyszkoRoma, 2000Fiber-based Gelatin Silver Print, 2/10 Signed Verso, 15 x 22.5 in. $1,000 Courtesy of the artist malyszko.com
182. Mitch WeissLady Gaga–Poker Face, 2008Gelatin Silver Print, 4/22 Signed Recto and Verso, 15 x 19 in. $3,200 Courtesy of the artist mitchweiss.com
191. Mary Ellen BartleyThe Edge of Vision, 2010Pigment Print, 3/7 Signed Verso, 18 x 27 in. $2,775 Courtesy of the artist Represented by The Drawing Room maryellenbartley.com
192. Mary ParisiFlash in the Pan, 2011C-Print, 2/10 19.5 x 20 in. $1,700 Courtesy of the artist maryparisi.com
183. Mildred Kennedy-StirlingLand Use: Travel Study I, 2011Archival Pigment Print from Analog Negative, 2/10 Signed Verso, 11 x 68.5 in. $1,700 Courtesy of the artist mildredkennedy.com
186. Michael KolsterRail Bridge, Brunswick, ME, 2011Pigment Print from Scanned Ambrotype, 1/25 Signed Verso, 13 x 16 in. $800 Courtesy of the artist michaelkolster.com
189. Matt SiberUntitled (BP), 2011Archival Inkjet Print, AP Signed Verso, 30 x 10.5 in. $1,500 Courtesy of the artist siberart.com
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194. Martha CasanaveUntitled, 1990Gelatin Silver Print Signed Recto, 13.75 x 17.5 in. $1,200 Courtesy of anonymous donor
195. Mari SederBici Taxi, Havana, 2006Archival Inkjet Print from Polaroid Transfer Printed on Hahnemuhle Bamboo Paper, 3/12 Signed Verso, 5 x 4 in. $300 Courtesy of the artist mariseder.com
198. Martin R. AndersonBoston, Esplanade 2003, 2003Pinhole Photograph Gelatin Silver Print, 4/15 Signed Verso, 6.75 x 11.25 in. $400 Courtesy of the artist martinranderson.com
199. Robert MoranRabbit Ears, 2011Archival Pigment Print, 1/8 Signed Recto, 16 x 16 in. $500 Courtesy of the artist robertmoran.com
200. Ed MonnellyFerns, Birches, Acadia, Maine, 2000C-Print, Open Edition Signed Recto, 16 x 20 in. $400 Courtesy of the artist Represented by Time and Tide
197. Lora BrodyLove and Happiness, 2012Cyanotype, Unique Signed Recto, 13 x 19 in. $1,000 Courtesy of The Schoolhouse Gallery lorabrody.com
201. Judith BlackMalcom and Laura (Mother’s Day) May 14, 2000, 2000Gelatin Silver Print Signed Verso, 18 x 23 in. $1,500 Courtesy of the artist judithblack.net
202. Tom Robinson-CoxBoatyard Blues, 2012Archival Pigment Print, 1/50 Signed Recto, 16 x 20 in. $350 Courtesy of the artist Represented by Rocky Neck Gallery tom.robinson-cox.com
196. Margo CooperHanging Out, 1998Gelatin Silver Selenium Toned Print Signed Verso, 11.75 x 8 in. $1,500 Courtesy of the artist
193. Michael HintlianRoute 110 Bus, Zakim View from N. Washington Street, Boston from the series From Public Transportation, 2007 Archival Pigment Print Signed Verso, 12.75 x 19 in. $850 Courtesy of the artist hintlian.com
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Fall 2012 ProgramsExhibitionsRania Matar Girls in Between: Portraits of Identity
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min JohnstonMonday, October 29, 10:00 am & 7:00 pm
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