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Italiano Plurale

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Published: 28.11.2022

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Italiano Plurale.
Management:
Waldemar Kerschbaumer
 Italiano Plurale Group at Grassi Museum of Applied Arts, Grassimesse..
 Italiano Plurale Group at Grassi Museum of Applied Arts, Grassimesse.

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Intro
An Italian artists collective: a colorful mosaic of talents and passionate ambassadors of Italian applied art.
 

A cross section of sophisticated Italian art. A selection of applied arts artists whose work is the result of an original vision of beauty and their ability to innovate traditional techniques through authentic experimentation, regardless of current trends or conventions. They work to highest standards and have successfully managed to develop their own truly distinctive style.
 
A Variety of Crafts
Get a highly diverse artist collective. Italian contemporary applied art is as varied as the country itself, and the name «Italiano Plurale» – Italian Plurality – reflects just that. Be it ceramic, metal, fiber, wood, jewelry or art object: the multiplicity of visions makes «Italiano Plurale» a fascinating, unique experience. It represents Italian design and its keen sense of beauty in all its shapes and forms.
 
Our Principles
Living tradition. «Italiano Plurale» artists employ traditional techniques to create contemporary decorative art whose possibly familiar characteristics perfectly highlight its freshness and surprisingness. Italian handicraft: bold, contemporary, authentic. Uniqueness. Each piece is a unique, handcrafted expression of the artist’s personality. It is this peculiarity and the notion of unrepeatability that makes them so precious to art enthusiasts and collectors all over the world. Genuine personality. Personality and style make these artists uniquely recognizable. The group as a whole expresses a multifaceted picture of Italy‘s art scene.
 
Curated for You
Stronger together. The group represents Italy with a strong, complete and diverse image. It is a mosaic of talents and passionate ambassadors of Italian applied art. Curator Waldemar Kerschbaumer carefully selects artists whose work not only meets highest standards but also provides refreshing insights into Italy’s contemporary art scene.
 
Get in Touch
An attractive addition for museums, exhibitions and events. «Italiano Plurale» offers an innovative overall picture of Italian applied art, from which to draw to create new events or exhibitions.
 

Artist list

Arcangelo Ambrosi, Gian Luca Bartellone, Valentina Caprini, Giorgio Chiarcos, Ana Paola Cibin, Cecilia Coppola, Ursula Corsi, Sara Federici, Silvia Granata, Stefania Lucchetta, Livia Marasso, Giuseppe Marcadent, Riccardo Masini, Verena Oppermann, Maria Pia Pascoli, Stefano Prina, Giulia Savino, Stenia Scarselli, Annalisa Tessarolo, Gabi Veit

Events      View / hide events

2024:
Fair  05 Nov 2024 - 07 Nov 2024  Philadelphia Museum of Art – Contemporary Craft Show 2022.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art’s annual PMA Craft Show settled on Italy as their guest country for 2022. Waldemar Kerschbaumer was asked to curate and select a group of Italian artists based on a set of criteria and guidelines. Italiano Plurale’s participation at the Craft Show has now been postponed to November 2022 due to Covid restrictions and will feature 26 contemporary artists from Italy´
2022:
Exhibition  06 Jul 2022 - 10 Jul 2022  Frame Selected Galleries at Handwerk & Design 2022.
Exhibition  06 Jul 2022 - 10 Jul 2022  Italiano Plurale at Handwerk and Design 2022.
Exhibition  01 Jan 2022 - 30 Jun 2022  JEWELS ON SALE by Klimt02 Members.
2021:
Exhibition  29 Oct 2021 - 31 Oct 2021  Italiano Plurale as Guest Country during Grassimesse.
Exhibition  01 Oct 2021 - 09 Oct 2021  Hypnotic Jewelry by Gian Luca Bartellone.
2020:
2019:
Fair  08 Nov 2019 - 11 Nov 2019  Salon Résonance[s].
In order to help participating artists reduce their expenses, Waldemar Kerschbaumer organized a collective stand for the November 2019 Salon Resonance[s] fair in Strasbourg, maximizing visibility and impact by booking one of the largest stands available. Italiano Plurale’s sophomore edition aimed to push the boundaries of conventional jewelry in regard to shapes, materials and colors.
Artists: Gian Luca Bartellone, Elisabetta Duprè, Stefania Lucchetta and Stenia Scarselli.
2018:
Exhibition  07 Nov 2018 - 10 Nov 2018  Vie Personali by Italiano Plurale group at Vienna Jewellery Days.
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Gabi Veit. Object: Spoons, 2022. Sterling silver AG925, oxidized sterling silver AG925.. Photo by: Federico Cavicchioli. Gabi Veit
Object: Spoons, 2022
Sterling silver AG925, oxidized sterling silver AG925.
Photo by: Federico Cavicchioli
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Silvia Granata. Sculpture: Ants Marching no.1, 2018. Porcelain, pigments, vintage recycled wood frames.. Wall sculpture. Technique: hand-formed porcelain, fired 1255°.. 88 x 20 x 12 cm. Silvia Granata
Sculpture: Ants Marching no.1, 2018
Porcelain, pigments, vintage recycled wood frames.
Wall sculpture. Technique: hand-formed porcelain, fired 1255°.
88 x 20 x 12 cm
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Livia Marasso. Sculpture: Telephone with wire 1, 2019. Porcelain, yellow pigment, cotton wire.. Photo by: Livia Marasso. Livia Marasso
Sculpture: Telephone with wire 1, 2019
Porcelain, yellow pigment, cotton wire.
Photo by: Livia Marasso
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Arcangelo Ambrosi. Object: This is Knot a Pipe, 2019. Briar wood, methacrylate.. Photo by: Arcangelo Ambrosi. Arcangelo Ambrosi
Object: This is Knot a Pipe, 2019
Briar wood, methacrylate.
Photo by: Arcangelo Ambrosi
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Gian Luca Bartellone. Earrings: Hypno, 2020. Papier-mâché, silver, steel, amethyst, pearls, gold leaf 22kt.. Photo by: Waldemar Kerschbaumer. Gian Luca Bartellone
Earrings: Hypno, 2020
Papier-mâché, silver, steel, amethyst, pearls, gold leaf 22kt.
Photo by: Waldemar Kerschbaumer
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Valentina Caprini. Bracelet: Untitled, 2017. Thread, silver.. 25 x 11 x 5 cm. Photo by: Federico Cavicchioli. From series: Pink Roots Collection. Valentina Caprini
Bracelet: Untitled, 2017
Thread, silver.
25 x 11 x 5 cm
Photo by: Federico Cavicchioli
From series: Pink Roots Collection
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Giorgio Chiarcos. Brooch: Walls, 2020. Yellow gold 18kt, silver 925, iron, rough diamond.. 5 x 5 cm. Photo by: Giorgio Chiarcos. Giorgio Chiarcos
Brooch: Walls, 2020
Yellow gold 18kt, silver 925, iron, rough diamond.
5 x 5 cm
Photo by: Giorgio Chiarcos
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Anna Paola Cibin. Sculpture: Green Joyful Fish, 2018. Silk velvet, Murano glass, Murrine, steel.. Photo by: Andrea Penisto. Anna Paola Cibin
Sculpture: Green Joyful Fish, 2018
Silk velvet, Murano glass, Murrine, steel.
Photo by: Andrea Penisto
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Cecilia Coppola. Object: A Tea in the Woods, 2020. Porcelain, gold.. 25 cm heigh. Photo by: Cecilia Coppola. Teapot. Cecilia Coppola
Object: A Tea in the Woods, 2020
Porcelain, gold.
25 cm heigh
Photo by: Cecilia Coppola
Teapot
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Ursula Corsi. Object: Bjork, 2015. Coloured glass tiles, dark stones.. Photo by: Maurizio Bottazzi. Mosaic. Ursula Corsi
Object: Bjork, 2015
Coloured glass tiles, dark stones.
Photo by: Maurizio Bottazzi
Mosaic
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Sara Federici. Vase: Pebble Vases, 2018. White Stoneware 1260 ºC.
.  . Photo by: Sara Federici. Sara Federici
Vase: Pebble Vases, 2018
White Stoneware 1260 ºC.
 
Photo by: Sara Federici
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Stefania Lucchetta. Brooch: Vibrations 32, 2018. Anodized titanium, steel.. 5.1 x 6.1 x 0.95 cm. Photo by: Fabio Zonta. From series: Vibrations. Stefania Lucchetta
Brooch: Vibrations 32, 2018
Anodized titanium, steel.
5.1 x 6.1 x 0.95 cm
Photo by: Fabio Zonta
From series: Vibrations
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Giuseppe Marcadent. Wall piece: Zenith, 2019. Stoneware high temperature 1280°C.. 40 x 83 cm. Photo by: Lorenzo Marcadent. Giuseppe Marcadent
Wall piece: Zenith, 2019
Stoneware high temperature 1280°C.
40 x 83 cm
Photo by: Lorenzo Marcadent
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Riccardo Masini. Sculpture: Bells, 2019. Fraxinus Ornus wood.. Woodturned, burned, textured.. Riccardo Masini
Sculpture: Bells, 2019
Fraxinus Ornus wood.
Woodturned, burned, textured.
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Verena Oppermann. Object: Bloom, 2019. Iron, wood, silk fibers, electric accessory.. Photo by: Daniela Chelo. Lamp. Verena Oppermann
Object: Bloom, 2019
Iron, wood, silk fibers, electric accessory.
Photo by: Daniela Chelo
Lamp
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Maria Pia Pascoli. Painting: La tempesta, 2020. Acrylic and India ink, canvas.. 70 x 100 cm. Photo by: Fortunato Della Guerra. Maria Pia Pascoli
Painting: La tempesta, 2020
Acrylic and India ink, canvas.
70 x 100 cm
Photo by: Fortunato Della Guerra
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Stefano Prina. Sculpture: Multi-eyes TV, 2020. Vintage wooden TV, shellac turned acrylic eyes.. Photo by: Stefano Prina. Stefano Prina
Sculpture: Multi-eyes TV, 2020
Vintage wooden TV, shellac turned acrylic eyes.
Photo by: Stefano Prina
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Giulia Savino. Necklace: Torino 1:20.000, 2018. Palladium plated shibuichi, rhodium plated silver.. 38 x 39,5 cm. Photo by: Federico Cavicchioli. Giulia Savino
Necklace: Torino 1:20.000, 2018
Palladium plated shibuichi, rhodium plated silver.
38 x 39,5 cm
Photo by: Federico Cavicchioli
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Stenia Scarselli. Brooch: Platea nera, 2015. Silver, ebony, magnet.. 6 x 6 x 2.5 cm. Photo by: Stenia Scarselli. From series: per piano solo. Stenia Scarselli
Brooch: Platea nera, 2015
Silver, ebony, magnet.
6 x 6 x 2.5 cm
Photo by: Stenia Scarselli
From series: per piano solo
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Annalisa Tessarolo. Bag: Thunderbolt, 2020. Leather and patent leather.. Photo by: Paolo Villatore. Annalisa Tessarolo
Bag: Thunderbolt, 2020
Leather and patent leather.
Photo by: Paolo Villatore
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