Art for Sale
From the Simay Collection, art monographs for sale:

Toshio Shibata  Landscape
First edition, #926 of 1000 copies printed
Text by Anne Tucker and Etsuro Ishihara.
Nazraeli Press, Tucson
96 pp., 43 duotone illustrations, 13x13".

This is Shibata’s finest monograph.  It sold out soon
after publication.  It is a very rare book to find available.


Richard Misrach  Desert Cantos
First edition. 1987.
Signed on half-title page.
Essay by Reyner Banham.
University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque,  
120 pp. Oblong quarto. Paperback. 9 inches x 12 inches.  
58 color plates, 9 color figures, map.
This is now a classic work.  


Josef Koudelka  Reconnaissance Wales.
Photographs by Josef Koudelka.
Text,"Picturing Wales," by Derrick Price. Ffotogallery, Cardif in
association with the National Museums and Galleries of Wales &
Magnum Photos.,
1999. Unpaged. Quarto. Limited edition of 1000 copies.
Hardbound with cloth spine. No jacket as issued. 16 duotone
reproductions bound accordion style to produce seamless page
spreads. Selected biography and exhibition checklist.                


Uta Barth
At the Edge of the Decipherable:
Recent Photographs by Uta Barth, 2nd ed.
Hard cover with slipcase.  Special edition numbered 61/100  
Signed by the artist.   56 pages.  24 color illustrations, 8½x9¼"
Essay by Elizabeth A. T. Smith.
Los Angeles: The Museum of Contemporary Art and St. Ann’s
Press, 2002, 2nd ed.  
Originally published by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los


Tom Baril: 4AD Monograph
Photographs by Tom Baril.
4AD, Los Angeles, 1997. 176 pp. Quarto.
First edition limited to 2500 copies.
Clothbound with tipped-in reproduction.
80 tritone reproductions.
Baril's first monograph and the first title published by 4AD.
These images, meticulously printed in tritone, are a remarkable
translation of the artist's original platinum prints from pinhole
photographs. Presents a range of Baril's work, including
sumptuous still lifes and serene, yet other-worldly


John Gossage: Like a Mother Fucker (LAMF): Three Days in
Berlin 1987, Limited Edition (with 27 Tipped-In Gelatin Silver

Publisher: Berlin: John Gossage (Self-published), 1987
Edition: 1st Edition
Binding: Hardcover
First edition, first and only printing. Limited edition of 100
hand-numbered and signed copies. Hardcover. Blue cloth, with
title stamped in gilt, with unique dust jacket from Berlin
newspaper (with title stamped in red ink on spine and front
cover) and clear acetate cover. 52 pp., with 27 original black
and white fiber-based gelatin silver prints (image sizes vary --
approximately 4-1/2 x 3 inches), printed by the artist, tipped in
heavy fine matte art paper pages (all prints and book materials
are archival). Also includes a unique sealed letter of
introduction affixed to the first page of the book. 9 x 7 inches.
Out of print. Very scarce.


Snake Eyes
Photographs by Terri Weifenbach and John Gossage.
2002 First edition.  500 copies printed.
Original color print tipped onto the cover.
Loosestrife Editions, Washington D.C., 2002.
Unpaged, 33 color and 53 duotone illustrations, 13½x18".

Weifenbach embraces the beautiful in her work. She moves
calmly and deliberately among the gardens and roads of the
tiny Italian town she has taken as subject. Then along comes
Mr. Gossage, her (then) husband and complete photographic
antithesis. The two photographers appear, he states in the
introduction, "it would seem, and in the extreme, to not hold the
same views." Yet reconciliation is actualized; the counter-point
provided by Gossage's rich black-and-white "clues"-discovered
first here, now there-are perfectly chosen, commenting on
Weifenbach's rich color images, as hers discuss his. The
pairing is exquisite. Again, one cannot overstate the beauty and
importance of a dialogue such as this.  


Toshio Shibata: Dam
2004  First edition, first and only printing.
Nazraeli Press, Portland, 2004.
38 pp. Folio (14 x 17 in.).
Hand-numbered limited edition of 500 copies.
Clothbound with 9 5/8 x 7 5/8 in.
Gelatin silver print tipped onto front cover. Gray cloth slipcase.
No jacket as issued. 19 duotone reproductions.


Hiroshi Sugimoto  “Time Exposed”  
Set of 50 offset lithographs on paper,
each with a blindstamp title, date and number on the mount.
Unbound, mounted offset lithographs are boxed
in an aluminum folio.  
(prints 9 ½ x 12 ¼ in., cards 13 7/8  x 18 ¼ in., box 14 1/8  x 18
½ x 1 ½ in.)
Edition of 500.  Exceedingly rare complete set of images.
Published by Kyoto Shoin Co., Ltd., Japan


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