An optical and haptical photographic journey …

… to Ecuador by photographer and writer Nick Dantona resulted in an artpiece which is designed for visual and haptical interaction. “Bultos: a return to Ecuador and its Panama Hat Trail” is not a photo book, it´s not a portfolio … it´s just an awsome handmade art book printed on Hahnemühle Rice Paper. Nick Dantona…

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Photography to combat climate change

Italian photographer Nik Barte draws attention to global desertification and climate change. Several times he crossed the Sahara on foot and by bicycle. His photographs are aesthetic explorations of the desert. The black and white sand landscapes have become his photographic signature. He creates his prints on the matt, finely structured Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Ultra…

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“My personal theater” – Katerina Belkina prints on Hahnemühle Canvas Artist

Early on Katerina Belkina knew about her extraordinary talent to see the world through different eyes. Her universal education in acting, painting and photography gave her the tools to visualize her ideas. Hahnemühle Certified Studios produce exhibitions and collector’s prints of her sublime, mystical self-portraits. For the current exhibition “Dream Walkers and Magic Things” at…

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100 years of Bauhaus – Design icons on Hahnemühle Paper

The Bauhaus – one of the most important schools of Modernism – is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. On the occasion of the anniversary the German design centres “Stilwerk” presents at three venues “Re:Form – An Homage to 100 Years of Bauhaus”. The German artist trio Olff Appold, Kai Brüninghaus and Jürgen Sandfort strived…

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Born in the USA – Printed in Canada – Paper made in Germany – Musicphotography by Richard Beland

“The quality of my printed photographs is paramount to me! I firmly believe that the print is the final step in the creative process and the very best way to experience an image. Each of my fine art prints is signed, numbered and comes with a Hahnemühle Certificate of Authenticity for galleries and collectors. The Hahnemühle Deckle Edge Paper is the paper I primarily use. I prefer it for a number of reasons. It has a perfect weight to it and because of that, the paper feels like the high-end paper and surface that it is. The D-max, the bright whites, and the full range of tones work perfectly for the contrast and clarity that I seek to portray in my images. I like the Deckle Edge because the fringed border is part of my artistic statement; this is where my image begins and ends.”

Richard Beland, Musicphotographer

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Get ‘in action” for Hahnemühle´s Painting Competition

Hahnemühle´s annual painting competition is open. Blazingly fast or deliberately slow – set the scene in motion. For the next Hahnemühle art calendar, we are interested in anything that is ‘in action’, anything that shows movement, either in a definitive or abstract way. Leaves in the wind, rolling vehicles, dancing people or animals on the…

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Student Photo Competition is on

Hahnemuehle’s first student photo competition have begun, starting with the submission phase. Are you in? Face the challenge and meet our jury! For our student photo competition, we have assembled an internationally renowned jury who will evaluate your photos from a professional perspective. Our jury, made up of photographers, photo journalists, gallerists and other experienced…

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