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May 24, 2022

June 2022

June 2022

We look forward to welcoming you at numerous events this June. Details »

April 27, 2022

documenta fifteen

Hatje Cantz is the official publishing partner of documenta fifteen! Details »

April 26, 2022

Fall Program 2022

Fall Program 2022

The Fall Program 2022 is now online! Details »

March 8, 2022

International Women's Day

International Women's Day

On March 8, we celebrate International Women's Day, a day when people around the world demonstrate for equal rights and protest the discrimination faced by women. Women are still underrepresented in many areas - one of them: our bookshelves. Here you will find a selection of our current titles and new releases by, about and featuring great women artists. Details »

February 24, 2022

Sale

Sale

We have permanently reduced the price of a selection of our most beautiful books for you.  Details »

February 9, 2022

Gerhard Richter

On 9 February 2022 Gerhard Richter (*1932) celebrates his ninetieth birthday. Richter is one of today’s most influential artists. Details »

December 24, 2021

Happy Holidays!

We wish you happy holidays and health, confidence and joy for 2022. Details »

June 15, 2021

 Congratulations to the winners of the Most Beautiful German Books of 2021!

April 28, 2021

Hatje Cantz Spring Sale!

Hatje Cantz Spring Sale!

In celebration of the onset of spring and warmer temperatures, we are reducing prices on selected books! Details »

April 26, 2021

The Future of the Museum | New Perspectives from Dresden to Moscow, from New York to Marrakech

The Future of the Museum | New Perspectives from Dresden to Moscow, from New York to Marrakech

Hatje Catz is pleased to invite you to the panel discussion The Future of the Museum | New Perspectives from Dresden to Moscow, from New York to Marrakech. Details »

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