LEDITION LAMMERHUBERFEP: Best Publisher 2017

MUSEUM OF ISLAMIC ART DOHA/QATAR

Authors: Salam Al Shawa, Alla Salem, Philip Jodidio
Photos: Lois Lammerhuber, Nico Ferrando
French: Number of copies 1,000
English: Number of copies 2,000
Format: 245 mm x 305 mm, Pages: 48
Design: Brochure with 2 fold-out pages and
4 transparent pages
Brochure wrapped in tissue paper and sealed
Brochure packed in a portfolio and sealed
Edition Lammerhuber, Baden near Vienna
2008

MUSEUM OF ISLAMIC ART DOHA/QATAR

Performance of Edition Lammherhuber:
General concept
Funding
Briefing of authors
Translations
Copy-editing
Photos
Graphic design
Entire prepress production
Image processing
Retouching
Colour coordination
Prepress proofing according to Ugra/Fogra standard
Print document
Supervision of printing
Supervision of printing
Packing
Dispatch

Authors

Lois Lammerhuber

is a photographer and publisher. His close collaboration with GEO Magazine started in 1984, continues to this day, and has greatly influenced his approach to photography. His pictures have been published in hundreds of books and magazines and earned him international awards, including three times the Graphis Photo Awards for the world’s best photo report of the year. He joined the Art Directors Club New York in 1994. In 1996 he set up Edition Lammerhuber publishing house. In 2014 he received the Republic of Austria’s Cross of Honour, First Class, for Science and Art, followed in 2017 by the Golden Medal of Honour for Services to the City of Vienna, the Prize for Special Merit for Representative and Media Art by the City of Baden and the Grand Medal of Honour for Services to the Province of Lower Austria. In 2018 he became Director of the Festival La Gacilly-Baden Photo.

Nico Ferrando

was born in 1978 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and started working in the film and advertising industries. He lives in London, working as a photographer, and in Qatar, where he was in charge of the multi-media productions of the Museum of Islamic Art. He took his master’s degree at the Slade School of Fine Art in London and studied at the University of Cinema, Buenos Aires. He is a member of the Asterisco.org group.