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Selected artists at Talente 2019 in Munich

Published: 04.12.2018
Selected artists at Talente 2019 in Munich.
Author:
Michaela Braesel
Edited at:
Barcelona
Edited on:
2018
Kenny Yong soo Son. Vase: Patinated twin brass water tower, 2018. Brass (patina finish), tinned.. 22.5 x 26 x 11.7 cm. Photo by: Youmee Jeon. Kenny Yong soo Son
Vase: Patinated twin brass water tower, 2018
Brass (patina finish), tinned.
22.5 x 26 x 11.7 cm
Photo by: Youmee Jeon
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Intro
In 2019, Talente, special show organized into the Handwerk & Design exhibition, presents works by 103 young artists, designers and craftsmen from 30 countries in 11 different fields. This year, works by participants from China, Estonia, Iran, Latvia, Lithuania, Mexico, Romania and the Ukraine are among other countries present. Talente will show innovative, imaginative, extraordinary and very different works, especially in the fields of glass, ceramics and jewellery, as well as an unusually large number of interesting textiles and fashion designs. This focus fits this year perfectly with the theme of the neighbouring Exempla, which is dedicated to Textiles – fabrics of the future.
 
Talente presents a multitude of works dealing with material investigation and research. It is about the novel use of known materials or natural raw materials. As in the previous years, the use of recycled materials remains also an issue. However, the focus here is not on a pragmatic use, but rather on the alienation, the exploitation of the specific material qualities, the attractive colourfulness and surface effects. Another topic is the combination of new digital technologies and traditional craftsmanship. Based on the reflection on their respective characteristics unusual works with an innovative, attractive appearance are created. At the same time, a return to traditional techniques and craftsmanship of highest quality can be observed, which are transferred to the present and adapted to modern needs.
 
Other topics in the works shown at Talente include memory, nature, the environment, but also social issues such as Alzheimer's disease and the position of women in different societies and religions. The artistic examination of these questions documents the political-social awareness and commitment of the young artists and the importance of current discussions.
 
In the field of textiles, fashion designs ranging from wearable, sculptural to deconstructive are shown as well as tapestries, textile sculptures, weaving and fabric designs. Here, too, the spectrum reaches from traditional craftsmanship techniques to the inclusion of new technologies and uncommon combinations of materials, which lead to unusual visual and haptic effects.
 
This year, again a very large number of applications for the jewellery sector were received. An extremely exciting selection was made, encompassing many different positions. Works from recycled plastics, found objects, wood, concrete, feathers, quartz and metal will be exhibited. All these materials are elaborately worked on, creating attractive surface effects and forms of often poetic character. The focus is on a precise perception of material qualities and the beauty of the seemingly trivial and worthless. This year the number of large groups and installations is striking which allows to trace and compare the variations of basic shapes and different surface treatments or the effect of materials on the perception of form.
 
Talente 2019 can be visited from 13th to 17th March 2019 in hall B1 at the IHM (The International Crafts Fair) at the Fairground Munich. The price ceremony of the Talente-award by an international jury will take place on the 16th March on the stage in hall B1.

Selected Artists:
 
Glass

Pavol Barkóci SK, Radek Brezar CZ, Jahday Ford GB, Anna Jožová CZ, Donghee Kim JP, Pavlína Stránská CZ, Barbora Tydlitátová CZ, Franziska Vogt DE, Chong Zhang CN.

Wood 
Marie Therese Auer IT, Roman Mareš CZ, Emma Naarová CZ, Gabriel Tarmassi DE.

Ceramics
Judith Anders DE, Barbara Bauer DE, Harmonie Begon FR, Dorothee Brübach DE, Kanako Ebisawa JP/DE, Andrés Enríques DE, Gisela Hahn DE, Sarah Heber-Kohlmann DE, Julia Himmelmann DE, Sisse Lee DK/NO, Xiznhe Luo CN/DE, Ida Olesdatter Barland NO, Rebeka Rácz HU, Anita Mădălina Rob RO, Jiyoun Shim KR/DE, Alexandra Stein DE, Wade Tullier US.

Leather  
Yeonghyeon Kim KR.

Materials and techniques
Benno Brucksch DE, Zeyun Chen CN, Lukas Kinder DE, Markus Löhnert DE, Koutaro Uranaka JP, Takahiro Yamamoto JP.

Metal
Natalia Araya CR/ES, Rosie Deegan GB, Naama Haneman IL/GB, Simon Haueis DE, Shuyao Hong CN, Kenny Yong Soo Son KR/AU, Kelly Toode EE/GB, Alberte Tranberg DK/US, Xiaoqing Long CN/DE.

Mixed media 
Morgane Beyrend FR, Bas Ruis NL.

Furniture
Nicolas Erauw BE, Felix Pöttinger DE, Martin Rolletschek DE, Sarah Anne Rootert NL, Heleen Sintobin BE/GB, Florian Van De Voorde BE, Maria van Vügt DE, Bernadette Wüchner DE.

Paper 
Malena Arrighi FR/DE, Marine Chevanse FR.

Jewellery 
Valentina Alfaro AR, Jessica Andersen US, Manami Aoki JP, Ildiko Danfalvi HU/DE, Sophie Daw GB, Aaron Decker US, Marion Delarue FR, Fatemeh Dolatabadi IR, Florentina Girasole AR, Jack Gollop NZ, Emil Gustafsson SE/NO, Hiyu Hamasaki JP, Soňa Kopecká CZ, Meiqi Luo CN/US, Hannah Oatman US, Sarah Ordonez MX/IT, Isabel Pontoppidan DK/NL, Takayoshi Terajima JP/DE, Olaf Tønnesland Hodne NO, Charlotte Van de Velde BE, Fien Verbeke BE, Carolin Volz DE, Siteng Wei CN/AU, Agne Zaltauskaite LT, Lucrecia Zappegno AR/ES.

Stone
Barbora Jamrichová SK, Elwy Schutten NL.

Textile
Ganit Goldstein IL, Areen Hassan IL, Agnieszka Heim PL/DE, Y ITO JP/NL, Nicole Kiersz DE, Terézia Krnáčová SK, June Lee KR, Mariana Obmetkin Matalon UA/IL, Lisa Palm DE, Géromine Petit-pierre FR, Magdalena Popp DE, Stina Resting DK, Lisa Runkehl DE, Liene Sanktjohanser LV/DE, Ludmilla Savichev DE, Joana Schneider DE/NL, Sep Verboom BE, Jamila Wallentin FR.

 
Jessica Andersen. Necklace: Two Paddles, 2018. Wood. 107 x 38 x 5 cm. Photo by: Jessica Andersen. Jessica Andersen
Necklace: Two Paddles, 2018
Wood
107 x 38 x 5 cm
Photo by: Jessica Andersen
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Bas Ruis. Sculpture: Reverse Swimmingpool, 2018. Wood, metal, plastic.. 140 x 180 x 270 cm. Photo by: Kaka Lee. Bas Ruis
Sculpture: Reverse Swimmingpool, 2018
Wood, metal, plastic.
140 x 180 x 270 cm
Photo by: Kaka Lee
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Lucrecia Zappegno. Brooch: Leticia, 2018. Wood, steel, silver, polyester thread, mixed technique.. 7 x 5 x 2.5 cm. Photo by: Sara Diaz. Lucrecia Zappegno
Brooch: Leticia, 2018
Wood, steel, silver, polyester thread, mixed technique.
7 x 5 x 2.5 cm
Photo by: Sara Diaz
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Emil Gustafsson. Necklace: Hang/Dangle, 2018. Acrylic, wood, cibatool, polyester, linoleum etc., sawing, milling, surface treatment.. 11 x 5 x 1 cm. Photo by: Emil Gustafsson. Necklace or wall objects.. Emil Gustafsson
Necklace: Hang/Dangle, 2018
Acrylic, wood, cibatool, polyester, linoleum etc., sawing, milling, surface treatment.
11 x 5 x 1 cm
Photo by: Emil Gustafsson
Necklace or wall objects.

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Joana Schneider. Sculpture: Totem-Twin, 2018. Recycled rope, crochet.. 260 x 360 cm. Photo by: Joanna Schneider. Joana Schneider
Sculpture: Totem-Twin, 2018
Recycled rope, crochet.
260 x 360 cm
Photo by: Joanna Schneider
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Barbora Jamrichová. Object: Untitled, 2018. Jade, beech wood, combined technique.. 3.5 x 9 x 4.5 cm. Photo by: Barbora Jamrichová. Barbora Jamrichová
Object: Untitled, 2018
Jade, beech wood, combined technique.
3.5 x 9 x 4.5 cm
Photo by: Barbora Jamrichová
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Judith Anders. Bowl: Scaena, 2018. Porcelain, hollow cast, variation with glaze, coloured porcelain and resin coating,. 5.5 x 13 x 13 cm. Judith Anders
Bowl: Scaena, 2018
Porcelain, hollow cast, variation with glaze, coloured porcelain and resin coating,
5.5 x 13 x 13 cm
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Maria van Vügt. Furniture: Folding saddle, 2018. Aircraft plywood, leather, sewn.. 25 x 65 x 30 cm. Photo by: Maria van Vügt. Folding saddle.. Maria van Vügt
Furniture: Folding saddle, 2018
Aircraft plywood, leather, sewn.
25 x 65 x 30 cm
Photo by: Maria van Vügt
Folding saddle.

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Malena Arrighi. Book: Le café, das Café, 2018. Double page spread from the book, paper (180g), print after a gouache.. 21 x 47 x 1.7 cm. Photo by: Malena Arrighi. „Le café, das Café“ from „Faux-Semblants“.. Malena Arrighi
Book: Le café, das Café, 2018
Double page spread from the book, paper (180g), print after a gouache.
21 x 47 x 1.7 cm
Photo by: Malena Arrighi
„Le café, das Café“ from „Faux-Semblants“.

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Ganit Goldstein. Shoes: Between The Layers, 2018. Polyjet, 3D printing -Stratasys.. 27 x 8 x 9 cm. Photo by: Micahel Tzur. Collaboration Connex 3D printer.. Ganit Goldstein
Shoes: Between The Layers, 2018
Polyjet, 3D printing -Stratasys.
27 x 8 x 9 cm
Photo by: Micahel Tzur
Collaboration Connex 3D printer.

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Nicolas Erauw. Furniture: Chair T-003, 2018. Aluminium, candle dipping technique, lost wax casting.. 80 x 45 x 45 cm. Photo by: Nicolas Erauw. Nicolas Erauw
Furniture: Chair T-003, 2018
Aluminium, candle dipping technique, lost wax casting.
80 x 45 x 45 cm
Photo by: Nicolas Erauw
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