Mario Marino is a travel portrait photographer, Austrian born and based in Germany. Marino has been photographing various peoples in their native lands since 2000.
The Leica photographer Nomi Baumgartl has been involved for many years with her photographic art in environmental protection projects. She is initiator of the project “Stella Polaris * Ulloriarsuaq”. Together with photographer Sven Nieder extraordinary photographs have been shot during the polar night to capture the fragility of the world of ice. Hahnemühle presents a…more
Kirill Golovchenko studied photography and communication design at the University of Darmstadt. In emphatic portraits “Bitter Honeydew” shows the fight for survival of the street vendors.
Hahnemühle invites six photographers for Artist Signing sessions on each Photokina day. An exclusive, limited Hahnemühle Photokina-Edition each of 100 prints by Stefan Milev, Kirill Golovchenko, Nomi Baumgartl, Mario Marino, Andreas H. Bitesnich and Jochen Brillowski will be awarded to visitors. The Artist Signing will take place from September 16 to 21 at Hahnemühle´s booth…more
Interview by Chrissy Crawford, ArtStar ArtStar: How did you get started in the art printing business? Are you an artist yourself? Aleks: Absolutely not. My painting skills approach that of a 10yr old and drawing is only incrementally better, so seriously NO, definitely NOT an artist.more
Stefan Milev acclaimes himself a pictorialist in the field of fashion photography. He gives his pictures a subtle aura of mystery and stands with his work between photography and painting “Therefore I love to see my images printed on matt Hahnemühle Digital FineArt papers.” Stefan Milev displays a highly artistic photographic identity towards the relationship…more
Blog post written by Nancy Cavender-Garcia Photohive, a student centered photographic nonprofit dedicated to helping students exhibit and create high quality work, hosted a VISION Workshop on Saturday, May 3, 2014 at the Southwest School of Art with the support of Hahnemühle USA and David Robert Farmerie. The workshop lasted 6 ½ hours, divided into…more