Take a look behind the scenes, and see what our scientists are up to HERE.
The Sudek Project appreciates good design. We would like to thank our graphic designers, Martin Groch and the Tim+Tim studio, for the new calling cards.
Katarína Mašterová, a member of our team, presented her contribution at the conference "Photo Archives VI: The Place of Photography" before some of the foremost theoreticians. Her presentation is available HERE.
In November 1989, the Institute of Art History received Josef Sudek`s original photographs in these beautiful boxes. We cherish them with the same diligence as the photographs themselves.
Sudek did not have to travel far for inspiration. Sometimes, it was enough to just stand the camera before the studio`s door.
We are looking for volunteers for logging Josef Sudek`s photographs and other related activities. If you are interested in working in direct contact with the works of the famous Czech photographer, in an interesting environment, and as a part of a young team, please write us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or leave us a message on our Facebook page.
15. 12. 5 pm First guided tour of the exhibition with the curator Katarína Mašterová and the photographer Vlado Bohdan.
You can watch live stream of the "Instant Presence" symposium right now at our Facebook profile.
The commemoration of Josef Sudek’s double anniversary (1896–1976) will be concluded by the intimately conceived exhibition "Josef Sudek: In the Studio". The views into the studios of several Prague-based artists will be presented in the new prints, specifically new gelatin silver prints, printed from Josef Sudek's original negatives from the collection of the Institute of Art History of the Czech Academy of Sciences.
The exhibition will take place at the Galerie Věda a umění (the Gallery of Sicence and Art) in the main building of the Czech Academy of Sciences (Národní 3, Prague 1) from December 2, 2016 until January 27, 2017. The opening of the exhibition will be held on December 1, 2016 at 6 pm. The curators of the exhibition are Vojtěch Lahoda and Katarína Mašterová and the new prints were made by Vlado Bohdan.
Further information can be found HERE.