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About Hahnemühle

Hahnemühle is considered the inventor of Digital FineArt papers for inkjet printing. As a pioneer, the oldest German artist paper manufactory has been refining its real artist papers for photography and art reproductions for more than 20 years.

The papers – manufactured for more than 430 years with characteristic craftsmanship – receive a special coating, without influencing the noble haptics of the papers. This inkjet coating allows prints with pin-sharp details, in both brillant colour and deep blacks. All papers have excellent aging resistance. The Hahnemühle Digital FineArt Collection offers more than 25 different papers, while the Hahnemühle Photo Range is comprised of seven media.


Hahnemühle has a worldwide reputation as a ‘Brand of the Century’ among artists, photographers, museums, galleries and collectors. Hahnemühle is headquartered in Dassel, Southern Lower Saxony; with offices

in the United Kingdom, France, USA, Singapore, and China.

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About d'mage

Fine Art Print manufacture for international art market.

They create products. They initiate, connect, and build.


Since 2008, the small team around the founder Ul Vohrer produces high-quality FineArt print products on a top level for artists all over the world.

d’image are bursting with idea. With great enthusiasm, they develop new products, new networks, and new enterprises. With their cooperating partners Hahnemühle and Canon, they have already installed, among others, the print-it-yourself workshop d’mage light, the summer artist residencies Paper Residency !, and now also the Haus des Papiers. Together, they are creating a museum for paper art with the goal of establishing a future Europe-wide center for knowledge on the subject of paper as material, paper art, old crafts of paper manufacturing, and printing technologies. 


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About Canon

Canon is a global provider of imaging technologies for everything to do with photography, film, multifunctional printing and copying systems and medical technology, as well as software, services and services. Founded in Japan in 1937, the company now has over 360 branches worldwide with over 26,000 employees.


Canon is an award-winning and extremely popular brand, has been in the top three of the US patent rankings for over 10 years and is ranked 7th in the Global RepTrak 100 of the most prestigious companies worldwide in 2019. Corporate social responsibility is an integral part of the “Kyosei” corporate philosophy: living and working for the common good. As a contributor to the digital transformation, Canon positions itself as a driving force in Germany, advising and supporting companies on their way through the change processes.

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Paper Residency ! is committed to bring paper as material and FineArt prints to a wider public attention. A lot of strong arguments for why this is can be made: Archival stability, sustainability of material, haptic delight, brilliance of the print products, and various possibilities on the artistic process.

The goal of the Residencies is to excite those working in the Fine Arts for an entirely free and experimental work with paper. We provide you with a studio workshop, a digital interface with high-end technology with 3 CANON IPF-large format printers and the finest hardware; and, of course, Hahnemühle paper, paper, paper. It is entirely up to the artists whether they want to draw or print on the paper, to tear or cut it, to braid, burn, consume, or transform it into sculpture... – everything is possible.

We want to inspire the creative minds and to let them draw from the full – in regards to the material.

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About paper positions

The art fair paper positions berlin is characterized by a surprising range of great artworks by renowned names and artistic newcomers dedicated to the medium of paper in all its facets and fragility. Paper positions berlin takes place, among others, during the Berlin Gallery Weekend, and attracts in the capital alone, more than 30,000 visitors annually.


Due to its great success and the demand from gallery owners and art collectors, the fair has already successfully expanded to Munich, Frankfurt and Basel. Renowned but also new collectors are offered in this format a good opportunity to expand and to start a collection. 


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