Andreas H. Bitesnich, Mario Marino, Kirill Golvchenko, Sven Nieder, Stefan Milev und Jochen Brillowski signed their photo art on finest Hahnemühle papers from our Digital FineArt Collection and Hahnemühle Photo range at photokina. We are now giving away three signed, limited prints from each artist. Comment until Sunday, 05. October 2014 under this article, which exclusive print you would like to win. The lot will decide.
Marino Marino is one of the 360 most important photographers in the world and makes beautiful, touching portraits. “I want to show the dignity of people. Especially if they live in India, Africa or Cuba in deep poverty. Empathy and vicinity are for me the key to their personality.” Mario Marino´s Artist Signing motif of an Indian family is printed on his favourite paper Hahnemühle William Turner.
Andreas H. Bitesnich is famous for his “Nude” series of sculptural nude photography as well as for his intense portraits and silent travel motifs from Tokyo or New York. His motifs are coveted collector´s items. Andreas H. Bitesnich signed a motif of himself surrended by some of his large format exhibition prints. The signed print is done on Hahnemühle Photo Rag ® Baryta.
Kirill Golovchenko is a highly traded Leica photographer, who captures the big and small moments of everyday life in his ukrainian home country. His photo essays “7 km Field of Wonders” or “Kachalka – Muscle Beach” are contemporary photography par excellence. His motif of a night market for melons from the series “Bitter Honeydew” with its intense black and bright colors is ideal for Hahnemühle Photo Rag ® Baryta paper.
Sven Nieder and Nomi Baumgartl document in their highly recognized environmental photo project “Stella Polaris – Ulloriasuaq” the fragility of the Greenland polar landscape. A breathtaking image of the polar night in large format received the attention of many visitors on our photokina booth. The same motif in A4 had been signed by Sven Nieder at his Artist Signing session. Three copies on Hahnemühle Photo Pearl 310 are left for our draw here.
Stefan Milev´s fashion photographs are finely composed images with the subtle aura of mystery or a dream. He calls himself a pictoralist and sees his work between painting and photography. Milev’s images are particularly intense on matt Hahnemühle inkjet papers. His motif is printed on Hahnemühle Museum Etching.
With a bright motif of Cologne Cathedral and so called crane buildings Jochen Brillowski honoured the photokina city. With crisp colors, finest details and strong contrasts, the photographer turns night into day and provided the perfect motif for the photo and imaging trade fair audience. He deliberately exaggerated the lights of his subjects, to make them shine. His motif therefore fits perfectly on the TIPA award-winning Hahnemühle Photo Silk Baryta 310.
For those who could not attend the autograph sessions at photokina, we are giving away threesigned, limited prints from every artist. Comment until Sunday 05 of October 2014 under this article which exclusive print you would like to win. The lot will decide. For an overview of all motifs click over to our previous blog articles.