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Take home this work by Max Vadukul exhibited at the Gallerie d'Italia!

From 18 September to 19 November 2023, the cloister of the Gallerie d'Italia in Milan is hosting the exhibition "Through Her Eyes - Timeless Strength" by renowned contemporary photographer Max Vadukul.

The exhibition is an exploration of the eternal female figure through centuries of traditions, highlighting the incomparable power of women and their impact on society throughout the ages.

The muse is the top model Ludmilla Voronkina Bozzetti: the black and white shots capture the essence and story of Ludmilla and all women, putting their strength and adaptability on display.

This shot is one of the 37 on display and has been chosen by the artist to support Veronesi Foundation's Pink is Good project.

Max Vadukul, born in 1961, is an acclaimed internationally renowned British photographer. He was discovered in 1984 by Yohji Yamamoto, a renowned Japanese designer, who entrusted him with one of his prestigious advertising campaigns. Vadukul has since worked for and collaborated with important magazines such as Vogue, The New Yorker and The New York Times.

He is also recognized for his portraits of famous people including Mother Teresa, Di Caprio, Jagger, Lagerfeld, McCartney, Saint Laurent, Aguilera, Portman and 40 Nobel Prize winners.

Ludmilla Voronkina Bozzetti, a highly talented Russian top model, a star of the most prestigious international runways, covers and important advertising campaigns, has collaborated with the most important fashion houses including Versace, Etro, Cavalli and Kiton. Her career has been crowned with awards and recognition such as the "Taomoda Top Model Award" in 2022.


  • Through Her Eyes Untitled #028
  • 2021
  • Print 110x160cm
  • Black & White
  • Fine Art Paper GicleePaper Omega 310gr Cartier Permajet
  • Framed work
  • Limited edition work N.1 of 3
  • Signed by the artist
  • Certificate of authenticity included

Please note: Shipping of this work will be arranged at the end of the exhibition, therefore no earlier than November 20, 2023.

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Item #P103404

  • Certificate of authenticity included.
  • In condition as donated.

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