Images: G. Galimberti, all rights reserved.



Gabriele Galimberti, born in 1977, is an Italian photographer who frequently lives on airplanes, and occasionally in Val di Chiana (Tuscany), where he was born and raised. He has spent the last few years working on long-term documentary photography projects around the world, some of which have become books, such as Toy Stories, In Her Kitchen, My Couch Is Your Couch and The Heavens.


Gabriele’s job consists mainly of telling the stories, through portraits and short stories, of people around the world, recounting their peculiarities and differences, the things they are proud of and the belongings with which they surround themselves; social media, in all its forms, is a fundamental part of the research needed to get in touch, discover and produce those stories. Gabriele committed to documentary photography after starting out as a commercial photographer, and after joining the artistic collective Riverboom, best known for its work entitled Switzerland Versus The World, successfully exhibited in festivals, magazines and art shows around the world.


Gabriele is currently traveling around the globe, working on both solo and shared projects, as well as on assignments for international magazines and newspapers such as National Geographic, The Sunday Times, Stern, Geo, Le Monde, La Repubblica and Marie Claire. His pictures have been exhibited in shows worldwide, such as the well known Festival Images in Vevey, Switzerland, Le Rencontres de la Photographie (Arles) and the renowned V&A museum in London.

Gabriele won the World Press Photo 2021 in the “Portrait Stories” category with his project THE AMERIGUNS.




Toy Stories 

includes one 50 x 50 cm print for      2000 Euros

or one 100 x 100 cm print                 3000 Euros




The Ameriguns

includes one 60 x 80 cm print for     2800 Euros

or one 115 cm x 150 cm print for       5000 Euros


This is a unique opportunity to have a portrait made by one of the most respected &renown photographers in the world. The photo shoot may take up to five hours and will take place in your home or the place of your choosing. The arist will be flying in a few days ahead of the Artist Reception and will stay a few days after the reception. He will schedule the shoot directly with you, planned in advance of his travels from his home in Tuscany in Italy. Reception Date: Friday, April 12th 6-9 pm


Contact gallerist, D.Miesch for information & scheduling:


1200 E. 11th St. #109
Austin, TX 78702


1200 E. 11th St. #109
Austin, TX 78702
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