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Purest Filter Paper!Tipa Award 2014: Hahnemühle Photo Silk Baryta is the 'Best Inkjet Photo Paper'Style Sketch Sketching in a stylish way with HahnemühleTime to Shinewith Hahnemühle Canvas Metallic

Purest Filter Paper!

Tipa Award 2014:
Hahnemühle Photo Silk Baryta is the 'Best Inkjet Photo Paper'

Style Sketch
Sketching in a stylish way with Hahnemühle

Time to Shine
with Hahnemühle Canvas Metallic

20.
August
Blog

Nomi Baumgartl/Sven Nieder – Artist Signing 18.09.2014, 2 – 3 pm at photokina

written by Barbara Knipper - 0 comments

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...

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18.
August
Blog

Kirill Golovchenko Artist Signing 17.09.2014, 2 – 3 pm

written by AnnKristin Pluess - 0 comments

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. The documentary work was awarded with the Abisag-Tüllmann Award and the European Publishers Award for...

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19.
Aug

Paper Launch and Artist Signing

Hahnemühle invites six photographers for Artist Signing sessions on each photokina day. An...

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25.
Jul

Photokina 2014: Hahnemühle Photo Silk Baryta receives TIPA trophy

Hahnemühle FineArt is going to present at Photokina 2014 a true baryta inkjet paper with TIPA...

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26.
Jun

New acrylic block by Hahnemühle

Acryl 330gsm, the new block by Hahnemühle, is slightly glossy and features a subtle linen...

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Green Rooster

Welcome to Green Rooster – Hahnemühle’s Environmental Initiative

For more than 425 years, clean water and natural fibres have represented the foundation for our success. Without these raw materials, producing our fine papers would be just impossible... 

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