Harvey Benge honours William Eggleston Egglestonâ€˜s Guide and artist book of sixteen pages with text and five c-prints in a slipcase.
Mark Power William Eggleston
Stephen Shore Uncommon Places –
William Eggleston's Guide
The complete works
MoMa, 2002 (first published 1976)
‡ S. 1–3
‡ S. 4–9
Mark Power Mark Power honours Stephen Shore â€žUncommon Placesâ€œ and four large format c-prints in a box with velvet inlay.
Peter Granser honours Robert Frank â€žThe Americansâ€œ and leporello with five pigment prints in a linnen box.
Peter Granser Robert Frank The Americans
Steidl, 2008 („Les Américains“ first
Sons of Adam: Landscape for the Homeless II
published 1958 by Delpire, Paris )
Centre national de la photographie & Musee de l‘Elysée, 1997
‡ S. 10–12
‡ S. 14–17
Jens Liebchen honours Anthony Hernadez â€žSons of Adamâ€œ and leporello with three pigment prints in screenprinted cardboard box.
Michael Light Ansel Adams Yosemite and the Range of Light New York, MoMA, 1979 ‡ S. 18–23
Michael Light honours Ansel Adams „Yosemite and the Range of Light“ transformed into an artist book by making cutouts and inserting 18
nine pigment prints in a box.
20 Michael Light
Jules Spinatsch honours Block 2008 Ten booklets made out of the calender Block 2008 in a slipcase.
Matthew Sleeth Block 2008
Edition Fink 2008
Office Journal 2001
‡ S. 24–25
‡ S. 26–31 Matthew Sleeth honours Lars Tunbjörk A fold out book with „Office“ bound to the middle and two inkjet books on the sides.
Onaka Koji honours Daido Moriyama „Tales of Tohno“ and five b/w-prints with contactsheet in handmade wooden box.
â€žMusta Taideâ€œ and five c-prints in a box.
Tiina Itkonen honours Pentti Sammallahti
Daido Moriyama Tales of Tohno
Hendrick Duncker & Yrjö Tuunanen
Hay on the Highway
(first published 1976 by Asaki Sonorama)
Musta Aukko (black hole) 1993
‡ S. 32–34
‡ S. 35–37
Chris Coekin honours Hendrick Duncker & Yrjö Tuunanen „Hay on the Highway“ and four c-prints plus one of the original hitch-hiking signs in a box with hay and farmer bag.
Raimond Wouda honours Paul Shambroom Leporello of three inkjet-prints continuing the book â€žMeetingsâ€œ.
Paul Shambroom Meetings Chris Boot Ltd. 2004
‡ S. 42–45
Alec Soth honours Andrea Modica
„Treadwell“ and a small portfolio with two c-prints in a box.
Roland Barthes Camera Lucida
Vintage Classics 2000 („Chambre Claire“
Chronicle Books, 1996
first published 1980 by Editions du Seuil)
‡ S. 46–51
‡ S. 53–55
Pieter Hugo honours Roland Barthes â€žCamera Lucidaâ€œ and box with four c-prints inside a coffin with velvet inlay.
Marks of Honour is a photo book project and exhibition organised and curated by Nina Poppe and Verena Loewenhaupt. MoH was conceived in order to reveal the inspiration that a new generation of photographers have gained from the history of photography in the form of books. 13 international photographers were invited to pay artistic tribute to a publication that has been influential to their own work. All participating works are limited to three copies, each containing the original photo book and its accompanying homage. The exhibition MoH/08 displays the variety of inspirational sources and their tributes through a combination of different media. It will be exhibited at FOAM, Amsterdam and Kaune, Sudendorf Gallery, Cologne. Marks of Honour is an ongoing project that aims to create a striking library of contemporary photo books.
ÂŠ 2008 Marks of Honour / the Artists ÂŠ 2008 Text: Christoph Schaden Design: Katja Stuke / Printed in Germany All rights reserved. No part of this book may be used or repoduced in any manner without the written permission of the publisher.
Marks of Honour, Cologne Nina Poppe & Verena Loewenhaupt www.marksofhonour.com Published by Marks of Honour, Schaden.com ISBN 10 3-932187-20-2 ISBN 13 978-3-932187-20-9 Supported by: Boehm/Kobayashi Publishing Project, art book cologne & Detsch Leipelt GbR