On all days at photokina, Hahnemühle welcomes renowned photographers signing limited prints of their art work. 100 prints from Joachim Schmeisser, Peter Braunholz, René Staud, Werner Richner, Martin Häusler and Manfred Kriegelstein, will be given away to visitors of the Hahnemühle booth as an exclusive photokina edition in hall 3.1, A25.
The internationally award winning photographers mentioned above have successfully been printing on Hahnemühle papers for competitions, collectors and exhibitions. Their subjects represent a whole range of photography and are printed on the best papers from the Hahnemühle Digital FineArt Collection with maximum international reputation. Photo-art fans can look forward to wildlife, landscape, automobile, travel and portrait photography. All the pictures thrill by their sophistication that also can be experienced via the limited prints during the artist signing.
On 20th September, Hasselblad-Masters photographer Joachim Schmeisser will kick-off the artist signing: he will sign one of his stunning elephant portraits.
For 21st September, Peter Braunholz selected a picture of his internationally award winning abstract landscape photography.
A special highlight will be the artist signing on 22nd September with automobile-photography pioneer René Staud: a subject of his works series ‘Milestones’ has collectors’ item quality.
Meanwhile, a picturesque landscape picture on a perfectly suiting Hahnemühle paper from Werner Richners’ will impress on 23rd September.
Martin Häusler, German fashion and portrait photographer living in the USA donated a subject of his brand-new, not yet published Cuba series on 24th September –
and on 25th September, photo art from Manfred Kriegelstein, a fine art photography pioneer and dedicated Hahnemühle-paper enthusiast with a lot of printing expertise, will conclude the Hahnemühle artist signing.
Shortly before photokina and on every artist signing day, visitors will find details of the signing hours on the Hahnemühle blog http://blog.hahnemuehle.com or at www.facebook.com/hahnemuehle, twitter.com/hahnemuehle and instagram/hahnemuehle.
Hahnemühle produces paper since 1584 and is the oldest German paper mill for artist papers. Besides traditional artist papers digital FineArt papers for inkjet prints are part of the portfolio today. The development and manufacture of technical specialty papers for industrial and research is another priority. Headquartered in Dassel and with offices in the UK, France, USA and China, Hahnemühle employs around 180 people.