ART MIAMI 2023 - Booth AM135

INTHEGALLERY is delighted to present for this edition of Art Miami, new works by European photographers Jacob Gils, Lise Johansson, Stephan Schnedler, Gorm Valentin, Søren Solkær, Camila Echavarria and Markus Klinko. Please join us BOOTH AM135.

Art Miami, the Magic City’s longest running contemporary and modern art fair, has announced its 2023 exhibitor list. Recognized as one of the preeminent international art fairs globally, Art Miami alongside sister fair CONTEXT Art Miami, will kick-off Miami Art Week with an invitation-only VIP Preview on Tuesday, December 5th and run through Sunday, December 10th.

Art Miami continually showcases the most significant artworks of the 20th and 21st centuries and is a “can’t miss” event for collectors, curators, museum professionals and art enthusiasts. Distinguished for its quality, depth, and diversity, Art Miami will feature thousands of works from more than 600 artists, providing established and budding collectors the opportunity to acquire a vast array of iconic works from renowned modern masters and blue-chip contemporary works, as well as the most sought- after living artists.



The striking about Gorm Valentin’s work is the dynamic compositions – full of energy and movement. Following the rhythm of the music, Valentin captures the performance’s atmosphere and the essence of his subject, and with a keen eye for framing, he uses light to create leading lines towards his subject. As a former land surveyor, he is a master of composition and patterns, and after many years of playing the clarinet in jazz orchestras, he shows great sensibility to various musical genres. Since he embarked on his photography journey in 1975, Valentin has created both soulful and atmospheric portraits and dynamic and grainy rock portraits, all in B/W and with a high-contrast style. His photos are timeless markers of many of today’s most iconic musicians, including David Bowie, Leonard Cohen, Liza Minnelli, and Stevie Wonder. 

GORM VALENTIN (b. 1944) is from Copenhagen, Denmark. He is an award-winning music photographer and has photographed both jazz, rock, and classical music. Moreover, he was engaged as a photographer in the theatrical scene and did portraits for newspapers, magazines, journals, and numerous record covers, including stamps. He has exhibited in Denmark and abroad and received a number of awards, notably the Fogtdal’s Photography Award in 2005 and DJBFA’s Award in 2016. 

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Jacob Gils


Nov 08-12, 2023

Paris Photo showcases the work of gallery professionals, publishers and artists. Each year, the fair brings together nearly 200 international exhibitors, offering collectors and enthusiasts a comprehensive panorama of photography. Emerging and established galleries exhibit historical and contemporary works, from modern masterpieces to young talents. An extensive program of conferences and public events enables visitors to gain a better understanding of the art market and the latest trends. Florence Bourgeois is the director of Paris Photo since 2015. Anna Planas is the artistic director of Paris Photo since 2023.

We are delighted to present works from Jacob Gils’ series Limit To Your Love, which is representative of the artist’s interest in pushing the boundaries of the photographic medium, technique, composition and his experimentation with printing processes. Jacob Gils’ practice constitutes a grand concoction, drawing on traditions deeply rooted in the history of photography, while also referencing other artistic genres, and reaches forward engaging with the imaging technologies of the digital age.

Link for Paris Photo – Online Viewing Room