ciprian honey cathedral / errata (Special Edition) by Raymond Meeks. Special edition (2020). Limited edition of 150 copies. The set comes in a numbered on the inside wooden frame housing (34 x 28 x 12 cm).
-ciprian honey cathedral: 1st edition, signed & numbered (on a bookplate to rear end page) by Meeks.
– Errata: Linen softcover (30 x 24cm) limited edition; including a transparency print by Meeks, hand applied into the booklet sequence.
– 10×8″ self portrait of Adrianna Ault, numbered and signed on verso by Ault & Meeks.
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About ciprian honey cathedral
ciprian honey cathedral is a project about the meaning of home and how we relate to it. Meeks took the photographs during a summer when he and his family(his partner, artist Adrianna Ault and their two daughters) were moving into a new home. This way, the photographer captured the process of moving all their belongings and possessions from one place to the order. Meeks created a thread between the two locations, thus drawing a narrative that questions the construct of ‘home’.
Alongside the Meek’s book, we have Errata. This title contains Ault’s pictures. She turned her eye into the process of clearing up the space, cutting though vines and bush in their garden. Besides, those photographs were made on Mothers’ Day (2020).
As well as the two books, this set includes a silver gelatin contact print, which is a self portrait by Adrianna. To conclude, ciprian honey cathedral is intended as a first chapter of an ongoing, long-term project.
About Raymond Meeks
Raymond Meeks’ (Ohio, 1963) books and pictures revolve around memory and place. Also, about the way in which a landscape can shape an individual and, in the abstract, how a place possesses you in its absence. His books have been described as a field or vertical plane for examining interior co-existences.
Raymond Meeks lives and works in the Hudson Valley (New York). His work is in private and public collections including the National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., Bibliotheque Nationale, France, etc. In addition, he has solo exhibitions in San Francisco and Amsterdam. His 2018 book Halfstory Halflife (chose commune) was a finalist for the Paris Photo/Aperture Photobook of the Year Award. Ciprian Honey Cathedral was published by MACK in 2020. Moreover, Raymond Meeks is a 2020 recipient of a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship in Photography.
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