Jan von Holleben is one of eight photographers to have won a place in the Mono publication, a celebration of black-and-white photography which also includes work by Antoine d'Agata, Jacob aue Sobol, Anders Petersen and Daido Moriyama.
Eight photographers, including Jan von Holleben and Stephane C, have won a place in the forthcoming Mono publication, which will also include black-and-white work by Antoine D'Agata, Daido Moriyama, Roger Ballen, Anders Petersen and Jacob Aue Sobol.
Jan von Holleben, Daisuke Yokata, Maki, Tricia Lawless Murray, Francesco Merlini, Jukka-pekka Jalovaara, Sofia Lopes Manan and Stephane C have all won a place in the forthcoming Mono publication.
The eight photographers won an international call for entries, which attracted a total of 1084 photographers submitting 4784 images. 48 photographers were shortlisted but only the final eight will see their work published alongside photography by Antoine D'Agata, Daido Moriyama, Jacob Aue Sobol, Roger Ballern, Anders Petersen and Trent Parke. The curators and writers Christiane Caujolle, Yasmina Reggad, Peggy Sue Amison, Tom Griggs, Wayne Ford, Jorg Colberg and John Matkowsky are also contributing to the book.
Mono is planned as a three-volume collection of contemporary black-and-white photography and volume one will be published this November. The project has been started by Gomma, a publishing organisation set up in 2004 by four artists. Gomma Mag is temporarily on hold, but the website is still live at www.gommamag.com.
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