Gex Magazine – Silvano Zeiter

Gex Magazine – Silvano Zeiter

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Title: GEX
Author: Silvano Zeiter

- Published by Holden, doodah & Switzerland Tourism as accompaniment to the documentary film series ''The Glacier Express''
- 40 pages
- Softcover (17cm x 24cm), Sewn Binding
- Edition of 500

The publication ''GEX'' by Swiss photographer Silvano Zeiter is a curated collection of landscapes, abstracts, portraits and action images in color and black & white. Photographed along the Glacier Express train route in the landscapes of tiny but actually kind of gigantic Switzerland. Shot on location in Aletsch arena, Andermatt, Laax, Engadine Valley and Zermatt. It features Frederik Kalbermatten, Gray Thompson and friends on their unconventional adventure aboard the slowest fast train in the world.

About Silvano Zeiter
Born and raised in the Swiss Alps Silvano Zeiter has captured the zeitgeist of snowboarding for over a decade, which mould him into a photographer with an artistically versatile eye and unique humor. Silvano’s work is considered as a beautiful balance where documentary meets editorial and has been published on countless magazine covers around the globe. In 2016 he released his first hard cover book called „Honey Ryder“. Based in Zurich Silvano is mainly working in action, lifestyle and portrait photography commissioned by brands or companies commercially, as well as magazine editorials around the world.

About the Glacier Express
The Glacier Express, which has been in service since 1930, passes over 291 bridges and through 91 tunnels as it journeys through the heart of the Swiss Alps. A modern marvel, the transalpine route was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2008 for its engineering, architecture, and harmony with the landscape. The route is exemplary of the use of the railway to overcome the isolation of settlements in the Central Alps early in the 20thcentury, with a major and lasting impact on life in the mountains.

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