Jerry N. Uelsmann: Homage to Man Ray
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THE PHOTO REVIEW BENEFIT AUCTION AND AWARD CEREMONY
On Saturday, November 14 at 7 PM, The Photo Review will hold its Benefit Auction for 1998. At this time The Photo Review will also give its ninth annual award for services to the field of photography to the Perkins Center for the Arts of Moorestown, New Jersey.
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Over 125 nationally and regionally known photographers as well as numerous galleries, photography dealers, and collectors have contributed prints to The Photo Review Benefit Auction for 1998. One of the highlights of the auction is Richard Misrach’s large color print from his Salton Sea series (estimate $1,000-$1,500). Most of the limited edition prints in this series are sold out, making this highly prized by collectors. Other highlights include Jack Leigh's Midnight, Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia (estimate $500-$900), the image used on the cover of the best-selling book Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil; John Weiss's riveting portrait of homerun slugger Mark McGwire (estimate $600-$1,000); W. Hammerschmidt’s mammoth albumen print, Dome of the Rock, ca. 1869 (estimate $200-$400); and William Wegman's 1997 color print, Pine Bender (estimate $400-$600).
Also, Barbara Crane, the late Bruce Cratsley, Lois Greenfield, Robert Glenn Ketchum, Mark Klett, Ray K. Metzker, Olivia Parker, Rosalind Solomon, Jock Sturges, George Tice, Philip Trager, and Jerry N. Uelsmann are among the more than 125 photographers who have donated work to The Photo Review’s Twelfth Benefit Auction, to be held this coming November 14 at the University of the Arts, Dorrance-Hamilton Building, in Philadelphia.
In addition to images by such contemporary photographers, the Auction will feature an impressive array of 19th- and early 20th-century artists, including J. Craig Annan, Eugène Atget, Baron Adolf de Meyer, Edward Steichen, Eva Watson-Schütze, and Clarence H. White.
Works to be auctioned will be available for preview at the University of the Arts, Dorrance-Hamilton Building, Broad and Pine Streets, Philadelphia, on Friday, November 13 from 11–5 PM, and on Saturday, November 14 from 11-6 PM. Bidders can register for the auction at those times.
The auction will be held on Saturday, November 14 at 7 PM, following the ninth annual Photo Review Award ceremony. Preceding the ceremony, there will be a special reception from 6 to 7 PM honoring this year’s award winner, The Perkins Center for the Arts. Tickets to the reception are $30, with an optional $100 patron ticket. There is no charge to attend the award ceremony or auction. Prices should range from $50 to $2,500.
The award ceremony and benefit auction will be held at the University of the Arts, Dorrance-Hamilton Building, Broad and Pine Streets in Philadelphia.
A fully illustrated catalogue is available for $7 from The Photo Review, 301 Hill Avenue, Langhorne, PA 19047.
Photographs are available upon request.
Past winners of The Photo Review Award have been the Institute of Contemporary Art of Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Allentown (Pennsylvania) Art Museum, William Earle Williams and the Comfort Gallery of Haverford College, Peter Hiler and The Book Trader Gallery of Philadelphia, the Alfred Stieglitz Center of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Photo Review founder and editor Stephen Perloff, and the James A. Michener Art Museum.
Publishing since 1976, The Photo Review is a highly acclaimed critical journal of photography that covers photography events throughout country and serves as a central resource for the Mid-Atlantic region. The quarterly journal contains reviews, portfolios, interviews, book reviews, and news. Subscriptions are $32 per year for the quarterly journal and The Photo Review Newsletter, issued eight times a year, which contains the most complete exhibition listings from throughout the Mid-Atlantic region (New York through Washington, DC) and exhibition opportunities and news of interest from throughout the world.
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