The work of these 20 outstanding young artists selected through the annual Foam Talent Call is featured in Foam Magazine #52, the Talent Issue. After being presented in Amsterdam, New York, and London, the Foam Talent exhibition will be on show at The Cube, Eschborn/Frankfurt, the headquarters of Deutsche Börse.
This imaginative installation presents a forward-thinking showcase of photography and reflects on the full spectrum of creative approaches that mark today’s developments in the photographic medium. The exhibition will be opened on 5 September 2019.
Together, the 20 emerging artists featured in the exhibition are exceptionally placed to share their insight into the state of contemporary photography. They cross the borders of the medium with remarkable ease, focusing on the cycle of time, on socio-political factors and on our everyday life.
Object-oriented installations that focus on the experience of the spectator are as readily found as classic two-dimensional photographs; while archival materials continue to play an important role, together with multi-layered, long-term research projects. These artists possess and demonstrate authenticity through a powerful means of visual expression.
The Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation will open the exhibition Foam Talent 2019 in The Cube on Thursday 5 September 2019 at 18.30.
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Florian Amoser (Switzerland), He Bo (China), Valentine Bo (Ukraine), Chen Zhe (China), Maisie Cousins (United Kingdom), Sylvain Couzinet-Jacques (France), Durimel (France), Sophie Gabrielle (Australia), Eric Gyamfi (Ghana), Thomas Hauser (France), Gregory Eddi Jones (United States), Stelios Kallinikou (Cyprus), Takashi Kawashima (Japan), Dima Komarov (Russia), Lilly Lulay (Germany), Jaya Pelupessy (Netherlands), Daniel Shea (United States), Senta Simond (Switzerland), Salvatore Vitale (Italy) and Carmen Winant (United States).
The annual Foam Magazine Talent Issue and the related Talent Programme are supported by the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation, the Niemeijer Fund and the VandenEnde Foundation.
Foam Talent | Frankfurt is made possible by Kleurgamma Fine-Art Photolab, Oschatz Visuelle Medien and Starframe.
Foam is supported by the BankGiro Loterij, De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, City of Amsterdam, Foam Members, Olympus and the VandenEnde Foundation.