Music Legends


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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UNFILTERED by Camila Fenster

UNFILTERED - A solo exhibition by Camila Fenster

April 19th – May 25th, 2024


“Unfiltered” marks Camila Fenster’s first solo exhibition at In The Gallery and seeks to challenge the visual allure of curated emotions on social media. With the title “Unfiltered” this collection of photographs playfully confronts the fascination, the almost obsessive act of, portraying happiness and the seemingly perfect life.

In her works, you will see young girls portrayed in various mystical worlds full of tales about desires, power, and identity and bears wearing boxing gloves, symbolizing their role as protectors of emotions. In the realm of digital media, emotions become actors on stage, hiding behind the performative nature of social media.

Her evocative photographs, which draw upon various surrealist references, present a powerful narrative about life – both online and offline – and examine how the digital landscape has altered human experiences and emotional connection. Through the use of visual allure as a gateway, the pieces stimulate a critical dialogue about the digital facade and make us reflect upon the blurred lines between digital illusion and real-life authenticity.



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Camila Fenster(b. 1970) lives and works in Portugal. She has a background in the advertising industry and holds a degree in Photography from the renowned school in Lisbon. In her artistic practice, she photographs details of buildings, patterns, textures, and the human form, and combines them into new visual narratives. Her work is an exploration of the subconscious and draws inspiration from surrealism and the dreamlike imagery of René Magritte. Fenster has traveled the world extensively and her work has been exhibited in i.a. Norway, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Brazil, and Denmark as well as presented in magazines in both Portugal and Denmark.




Markus Klinko is back to our gallery in Palma to exhibit more about big star David Bowie. After his first exhibition in Palma, our collectors requested to see more artworks about the artist.

Markus is an award-winning, fashion/celebrity photographer and director, who has worked with many of today’s most iconic stars of film, music, and fashion.

Klinko has photographed the likes of Beyonce, Lady Gaga, David Bowie, Jennifer Lopez, Britney Spears, Mary J. Blige, Mariah Carey, Kanye West, Anne Hathaway, Kate Winslet, Will Smith, Eva Mendes, Kim Kardashian, Naomi Campbell, and Iman. His editorial clients include Vogue, GQ, Vanity Fair, Harper’s Bazaar, and Interview magazine. Brands such as Lancôme, L’Oréal Paris, Nike, Hugo Boss, Anna Sui, Pepsi, Skyy Vodka, and Remy Martin have hired Klinko to create advertising campaigns. His campaign for Keep A Child Alive raised over one million dollars for children with AIDS in just 3 days.

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Born in Switzerland of French, Italian, Jewish, and Hungarian descent, Klinko spent his early years training to become a classical harp soloist. He studied at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Paris. Later, Klinko signed an exclusive recording contract with EMI Classics, as well as a management contract with Columbia Artists Management. He received the Grand Prix de Disque for his recording of French harp music, with members of the orchestra of the Paris Opera Bastille. Klinko performed in recitals and as a featured soloist with symphony orchestras around the world. He was also regularly featured in such publications as Vogue Italia, Vanity Fair, GQ, The New York Times, Madame Figaro, Stereo Review, and Ongaku no Tomo.

After a hand injury, Klinko decided to become a fashion photographer and retired from his international concert and recording career. During that time, he met Indrani, who later became a regular collaborator in her role as his studio’s digital post production artist and photo editor.

Isabella Blow discovered Klinko’s work while at the London Sunday Times and commissioned cover stories from the emerging photographer. Around the same time, Ingrid Sischy, at Interview magazine hired Klinko for various shoots. Iman and David Bowie followed, giving the up and coming photographer a chance to photograph them for their respective book (I am Iman) and album covers (Heathen).

From there, he went on to create some of the most iconic album covers of his time, including Beyonce’s Dangerously in Love, and Mariah Carey’s The Emancipation of Mimi.

Many of Klinko’s famous celebrity photographs can be seen in his coffee table book ICONS (Perseus). Lincoln Center in New York presented an art exhibit showcasing many prints from the book and since, art galleries and museums around the world have featured his work.

  • Klinko has appeared on E! News, Access Hollywood, Fashion Television, CNN’s Showbiz Tonight and Larry King Live and has been the subject of the reality show Double Exposure on the Bravo network.

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November – December, 2023

Camila Echavarría’s artwork resonates with the resilient heartbeat of Medellin-Colombia, once scarred by the shadows of its past as the world’s most violent city, now illuminated in her vibrant hues. With her brush, barcodes intertwine with nature, guiding viewers into a realm where the known merges with the unknown, inviting profound contemplation. Guided by the intricate dance of Fibonacci, her art achieves a meticulous harmony amidst chaos, a testament to the wonder of mathematics interwoven with creativity.

As she cycles through the Colombian mountains, she discovers the most colorful flowers and trees, inspiring her black and white artworks speckled with vibrant spots – mimicking nature’s strategy,with color spots in the dense forest, attracting the most beautiful birds. This artistic innovation reflects her belief that within life’s challenges lies an enduring, enchanting splendor waiting to be discovered.

Camila’s artistry has earned her the title of Artist of the Year 2023 at the DSWF exhibition in London. She has also showcased her work in exhibitions across Copenhagen, Mallorca, Miami, and Medellin, and shows such as Miami Art, Palm Beach Art, and Wynwood Art.

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Education is a cornerstone of her being, evident not only in her university teachings but also in her sponsorship of a student’s full education and active involvement in charitable causes focused on education. This reflects her deep philanthropic spirit and dedication to shaping a brighter future, embodying an unwavering commitment to education in her country.



September 27 – November 30, 2023

In The Gallery is proud to present ‘Through Her Lens’, a group exhibition dedicated to showcasing talented women photographers from Denmark and abroad. Women photographers and artists receive far less attention today and we find it vital to reflect on this imbalance thus this exhibition aims to promote and widen the knowledge of three women photographers and the representation of their work.

The exhibition invites the viewer to see the world through her lens and engage in their personal and poetic narratives. The starting point for each artist is the portrait which they investigate in various ways. Lise Johansson’s works are self-portraits that explore what it means to feel at home and delve into concepts of identity and place of belonging. Andrea Torres Balaguer experiments with materialities and challenges the traditional notion of a portrait by intervening the photograph with a unique brushstroke across the subject’s face in post-production. Camila Fenster is particularly interested in textures, shapes, and objects which she uses to create photomontage portraits of doll-like humans. All artists remain close to a poetic and subtle perspective of the world and find their inspiration in the borderland between the conscious and the unconscious mind – creating a sense of distorted reality that encourages the viewer to look closer. They explore dreams, the surreal, and the uncanny, combining familiar concepts in unexpected ways that challenge our conventional ways of perceiving photographic portraiture. The viewer is left to create their own interpretation and decipher for themselves what is real and what is fiction.

Artists presented : Andrea Torres Balaguer (ES), Camila Fenster (PT/DK), Lise Johansson (DK)

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Andrea Torres Balaguer (b. 1990) is a Spanish photographer and holds a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona. After winning her first award, Artevistas New Talents, her work has been exhibited in i.a. Barcelona, Madrid, Paris, New York, London, and Berlin. Her work is included in the private collections of Fundació Vila Casas, Col·lecció Bassat, and Universitat de Barcelona, and in 2019 she was selected as one of the top five artists to invest in” in Art Madrid.

Camila Fenster (b. 1970) lives and works in Portugal. She has a background as a production manager in advertisement films and holds a degree in Photography from School in Lisbon. She has collaborated with the Danish brand “By Malene Birger” to create a unique piece built upon her artistic practice and her work has been exhibited in i.a. Norway, Switzerland, the UK, and Brazil as well as shown in magazines in Portugal and Denmark.

Lise Johansson
(b. 1985) lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark. She is educated from The Media College Denmark in 2016 and has traveled the world extensively as part of her photographic practice. Johansson has won several prizes, including the Sony World Photography Awards, ‘Photographer of the Year 2020’ in the International Color Awards and most recently she won silver in the Prix de la Photographie Paris in 2022. Her work has been exhibited worldwide in i.a. London, Paris, Copenhagen, and New York.



A self-proclaimed collector of moments Stephen Wilkes, in his series entitled, “Day to Night,” masterfully captures the transition from day to night in one comprehensive image. He began the series in 2009 and has worked diligently to document some of the world’s most beautiful places. Having photographed the Tournelle Bridge in Paris, Stonehenge in England, the Western Wall in Jerusalem, and the Serengeti in Africa, Wilkes has created a body of work that appeals to a collective memory. Using a 4×5 large format camera with a digital back and shot from a fixed perspective 40-50 feet above the ground, Wilkes creates images that are designed to emotionally and visually resonate with the masses.

Wilkes’ photographs are visually dynamic, embracing the life of a single location over time. To maintain continuity, his camera has to be completely still as he captures image after image to manifest not just a photograph but an experience for the viewer; constructing a composite picture that only exists in the final photograph. Wilkes, who was influenced by the photomontage work of David Hockney, discovered that by piecing together photographs that were shot over an extended period of time, he could make the passage of time visible in a two dimensional image. Using the tools of digital technology, Wilkes is able to proficiently craft images with the same concept but a different aesthetic.

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Over the course of 12-15 hours, Wilkes takes 1,200 to 1,500 pictures, narrows them down to about 50 in post-production, and seamlessly blends the different elements over the course of a day, constructing a time vector, drawing a line where day ends and night begins, while simultaneously developing a narrative in the process. His photographs are tangible memories that explore both time and space with the same science and passion that early foundation black and white photography explored movement.

Stephen Wilkes is a uniquely creative artist in contemporary photography. By utilizing the digital resources available today, he has developed a process that has expanded photography’s preconceived notion that a picture can only depict a singular moment in time and has opened up the possibilities of a fourth dimension of time and space.