Sylvie Blum + Giovanni Gastel “Power Meets Poetry” double exhibit in Munich

On October 25th, Gallery IMMAGIS in Munich will open a double exhibition by Sylvie Blum and Giovanni Gastel. The exhibit, called “Power Meets Poetry,” includes a collection of images from the 1990s to the present.

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Giovanni Gastel
Chopard, 2002
© Giovanni Gastel
courtesy IMMAGIS Galerie

3_Sylvie Blum_copyright Sylvie Blum_courtesy IMMAGIS

Sylvie Blum
Hannah I, 2014
© Sylvie Blum
courtesy IMMAGIS Galerie

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Giovanni Gastel
Krizia, 1992
© Giovanni Gastel
courtesy IMMAGIS Galerie

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Sylvie Blum
Candy Lips II, 2014
© Sylvie Blum
courtesy IMMAGIS Galerie

The Austrian-born Sylvie Blum began her career as a model and appeared in works by Helmut Newton and Jan Saudek. She became the muse and wife of photographer Günter Blum. After his death, she stepped behind the camera and launched a successful career as a photographer, publishing several books. She currently lives and works in Los Angeles.

Giovanni Gastel is an award-winning photographer living in Milan, renowned for his work for various fashion brands and magazines such as Vogue Spain. His passion for poetry is expressed both through his own poems and striking, artful photographs imagining women as butterflies and angels. He is Honorary President of the Association of Italian Professional Photographers, and a permanent member of the Polaroid Museum of Chicago.

Opening: 25 October 2018, 7 pm
Exhibition Dates: 26 October 2018 – 12 January 2019
Location: IMMAGIS Fine Art Photography, Blütenstrasse 1, 80799 Munich

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