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Untitled from Camp Adentro -- Susan Bank
Photographer's Showcase artist Susan Bank will have work in the up-coming INFOCUS PhotoBid 2013 at the Phoenix Art Museum on Friday October 18th. Curated by Rebecca Senf, the silent auction features over 50 signed photographic prints and books with proceeds going to the museum's nonprofit support organization.

Bank's is also featured in a soon to be released monograph from La Fabrica. Featuring a series of black and white photographs made over ten years of exploring Havana, Piercing the Darkness a continuation of Bank's photographic investigation of Cuba first seen in her monograph Cuba: Campo Adentro.
Pre-order a copy of Piercing the Darkness.

View Bank's work on the Photographer's Showcase

Cave Entrance With rock Pile, Sperlinga, Sicily, 2006 -- Blaine Ellis
A documentary on the Indian occupation of Alcatraz Island in 1969-1971 co-directed by Photographer's Showcase photographer Blaine Ellis and Walter Chappell will be shown at Fondazione Fotografia in Modena Italy. Titled Ya Ta Hey Alcatraz, the film was recently re-edited and restored by Ellis and is part of the just opened Walter Chappell retrospective running through February, 2nd 2014.

See Ellis' photographic work on the Photographer's Showcase

Left: Parnassius apollo -- Jo Whaley
Right: Intentions, 2001 -- Krista Elrick
photo-eye Gallery artist Jo Whaley has a new series of photographs on view at the John James Audubon Museum through October 20th. This series examines Audubon's production of The Birds of America, specifically the copper plates from which the prints were made. Also on view at the Audubon Museum is a new series or photographs by Photographer's Showcase artist Krista Elrick. Also inspired by Audubon, Elrick's images revisit the landscapes and eco-systems explored and described by Audubon during the production of his legendary book.

View Jo Whaley's Theatre of Insects and Natura Morta portfolios

View Krista Elrick's Flight and Withinsight portfolios

Cell-Lightning: Dundee, Texas, 2011 -- Mitch Dobrowner
A review by Hannah Hoel of our current photo-eye Gallery exhibit of Mitch Dobrowner's Storms recently appeared in THE Magazine. The review can be read here. Dobrowner was also recently interviewed by Marko Kulik for Kulik talks to Dobrowner about his working habits, his inspiration and the recent take-off of his photographic career. Read the interview here.

There's only two more weeks to view the Storms exhibit at photo-eye Gallery, but Dobrowner's work can always be viewed online here.