David Bowie by Markus Klinko

David Bowie by Markus Klinko

August 15 2022
Markus Klinko is an award-winning, international celebrity photographer and director, who has worked with many
of today’s most iconic stars of film, music, and fashion.
He has photographed the likes of Beyonce, Lady Gaga, David Bowie, Jennifer Lopez, Britney Spears, Kanye West, Will Smith and his editorial clients include Vogue, GQ,Vanity Fair, Harper’s Bazaar, and Interview magazine.
Klinko worked on advertising campaigns for Lancôme,L’Oréal Paris,Nike,Hugo Boss,Anna Sui,Pepsi,SkyyVodka,and has also created some of the most iconic album covers of our time, including Beyonce’s Dangerously in Love, and Mariah Carey’s The Emancipation of Mimi.
Back in 2019, Klinko has unveiled photos taken of David Bowie originally captured for the artist’s 2002 Heathen album. holding a wolf on a lead, to The extensive series ranges from surreal and highly stylised characters, such as Bowie carrying a baby or pared-back portraits and finally the album artwork set showing the artist as a blind man with white, glazed eyes.
Four of David Bowie’s photographs will be showing at In The Gallery Palma Old Town.
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There is a crack in everything… by Jacob Gils

There is a crack in everything… by Jacob Gils

July 5st – August 15th , 2022

Opening on Friday, July 1st from 19.00 pm to 22.00 pm – Calle Plaza la Porta Santa Catalina 22. Palma de Mallorca 

There is a crack in everything. That’s how the light gets in’  Leonardo Cohen

 

Gils, will be showing his series Transfer is a further development of the sophisticated multi-exposures of the Movement series, which is already known for its spacious and picturesque qualities. In this new extension of the series, the works undergo another transformation. As polaroids they are further transferred onto watercolour paper. Through this technique a particularly atmospheric and dreamy mood arises, which lends a certain abstract expressionistic layer to the images. Upon closer inspection, however, the eye begins to decode that in these works there are real places depicted, all with their special characteristics. In this way, the viewer is left in a state of both presence and the chance to disappear deep into the works. Transfer opens up the idea of landscape photography as a form of portal to a deeper emotional scenery.

Drawings to Lights by Michael Ahlefeldt

Drawings to Lights by Michael Ahlefeldt

Jun  23 – August 19th 2022

Painter and freehand artist with genuine artistic passion and dedication, Michael explores in this series of one-line drawings the power of his subconscious. What at a first glance seems to be abstract compositions, reveals happy, enthusiasm and dynamic scenes where several figures evolve and invite the viewer to join them. The artist is guided by the way he sees the world around him, letting all this positive energy being translated into paper.
Michael’s curiosity on new techniques and fascination with colors and forms lead him to find a way to make his drawings alive and as vibrant as the scenes they represent. Their transformation into light “tableaux” with intense colors allows us to penetrate the artist’s world and join him into the dance.

“Drawings to Lights” demonstrate the artist’s ability to, through curiosity, capture and translate into two very different mediums his own personal space. His technical mastery allows him to simplify the drawing to just show the essential which allows its transformation.

UNCROWDED by WERNER VAN RECK

Uncrowded by WERNER VAN RECK

May 5th – June 16 , 2022

Opening on Thursday, May 5th from 4.00 pm to 7.00 pm – Dronningens Tværgade, 19- 1302 Copenhagen 

Time is an ocean that ends on the beach’  Bob Dylan

Water is poetry. Sometimes hard and sharp, other times soft and elegant. Werner wandered along the coasts of Europe. Sometimes it was rough, then calm or everything in between. Yet the washing water always touched its inseparable companion: the land.

A perpetual motion of attraction and withdrawal, a flirtatious waterline. Fascinated, he looks at the water and documents what it does to people. Beaches and shores that seem to offer people time, needed to come to themselves. He immortalizes their moments of reflections.

Reflections that create subdued emotions, bring cheerful relation to life or evoke melancholy memories.

Retrospective by Alexis de VILAR

ALEXIS DE VILAR

About the author, Alexis de Vilar

His perfectly composed images immerse us in a sweetness of life… Paradoxically, Alexis de Vilar, while removing himself from current fashions, produces contemporary photographs, with soul, a timeless soul! How can we not hear the music he clearly loves when he uses titles like « Asia song », « Swahili song », « African song » ?

He only portrays women as sublime, perfect. You see them but you don’t hear them. The children, the vahinés, the men that surround them live in the Paradise that these photographs offer us. He also shows a penchant for what are called primitive worlds. Tribes on the verge of disappearing or already vanished. Women, men, elders, children, wild animals … a wealth of icons!

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I’M NOT HERE by LISE JOHANSSON

I'M NOT HERE by LISE JOHANSSON

April 1st -April 20, 2022

Online exhibition on ARTSY – https://www.artsy.net/partner/in-the-gallery

In The Gallery is delighted to present new series “I’m not here” by Lise Johansson.

“I’m not here” is a series of self-portraits photographed in an abandoned hospital. The project is a reflection on mental illness and about identity in a state of transition.

Being in a void between the old and the new, this rite of passage is a vulnerable place. The surroundings can become fluid and one may find themself now completely reset without status or identity. What was before and what will come after?
This transition between two states of being can incite both an aching and unease to return to what one once was but often are unable to return to again.