“Photo Rag Baryta has a very elegant light gloss and the baryta paper structure supports the effect of my sculptures – whether in colour or black and white. The slightly warm tone of the paper gives the image depth and thus the look is very different from that of the standard photo papers. This is important to me if I sell my ‘One-Euro-Sculptures’ as photographic works of art to donate money to various charity organisations. The strength and feel of genuine artist paper further enhance the prints.”
Could Victorian parks in London be a subject of contemporary photography? They can. In photographs of Andrea Vicentini from Italy. In his series “Senteza di Massa – The judgement of the mass” the photographer refers to rules of Victorian garden planning: the the creation of contrast, the installation of surprise, the concealment of the borders. Seen from this angle the garden is, in mediative black and white images of Vicentini, a personal place, able to communicate emotions and feelings. The works of art are on display at ’96 Metri Cubi d’arte’ in Milano till March, 19. ‘Sentenza di Massa’ series comprises 11 pictures ranging from 15×22 up to 110X165 cm printed on Photo Rag® Bright White, mounted on Dibond and wooden framed. We are honoured to host an interview with Andrea here on our blog.more
Written by Lesia Maruschak
World renowned artist George Kordis is an interpreter of man’s relationship with man. This curious and ever evolving artistic genius has a passion for engaging the spectator in what is a living artform with a surrealistic expressionistic voice.more
Here at Hahnemühle we were lucky enough to grab an interview with the talented photographer Travis Hodges. Based in the streets of London where photographic inspiration comes alive, Travis finds his muse amongst people.
Hodges is absolutely fascinated by, not just celebrities, but also ordinary people. He likes to get stuck into these projects and examine who we are as a person and what it is exactly that makes us who we are. Read more to find out about Travis Hodges’ inspirations and recommendations of Hahnemühle’s paper for prints of his contemporary photography.
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 two parts, giving the participants a great day of learning.more