Josef Sudek (1896 - 1976)
Known as the "Poet of Prague", Josef Sudek is one of the best known and most important and influential Czech photographers of the last century. He worked from the 1910s through the 1960s, producing ethereal landscapes, modernist still-lifes, and sweeping panoramas of the city of Prague. Whatever he turned his camera to – be it Prague’s monumental St. Vitus’ Cathedral, or his own lowly studio window – always exploded with glowing light.
- SNKLU, Praha. 1959
- Text by Jaroslav Seifer
- Hard cover, No DJ
Condition: some discoloring front & back covers
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