Prague City Library – Small Cinema Monday 27.9.2021 at 19:00 400 ASA Agency invites you to a lecture by a world-renowned Spanish photographer Pep Bonet, a founding member of photo agency Noor Images. He is a Nikon Europe Ambassador. His longer-term projects focus on African issues, with his most well-known project being “Faith in Chaos”, a photo essay on the aftermath of the war in Sierra Leone. Pep’s ongoing work around the globe on HIV/Aids and identity has led to several photography books and many exhibitions worldwide. He is also known for a long-term reportage on the rock ‘n roll band Motörhead. Pep spent

  06 MAY 2021 – 30 SEP 2021 Czech Centre’s Window Gallery & Czech Embassy London (outdoor exhibition, free access) An outdoor exhibition of striking black and white photographs by four-time World Press Photo winner Antonin Kratochvil. Highly expressive, evocative photographs provide a cross section of Kratochvil’s work featuring show-business celebrities such as David Bowie and Bernardo Bertolucci as well as war and human catastrophes. With his unique style of photography marked by the depth of his understanding of his subjects Kratochvil, one of the leading representatives of social documentary photography and photojournalism, provides testimonies to the problems of modern society and civilization

25.6. – 15.10.2021 400 ASA Gallery Open Tue - Sun, 11 AM - 18 PM EXHIBITION extended to 15th October! "ODCHOD!" by Karel Cudlín and Vojta Dukát opens on the 30th anniversary of the departure of the last Soviet soldier from the former Czechoslovakia, which falls in June this year. The exhibition is composed of previously unpublished colour photographs from Karel Cudlín's slides from 1990-91. Nearly 45 photographs map not only the departing soldiers, but above all what was left behind. The photographs will be complemented by an exclusive screening of a short film by Vojta Dukát, who together with Karel Cudlín filmed the

11.5. - 13.6.2021 Siberia is shrouded in mystery as is the origin of its name. It is a vast territory where political prisoners and scientists, who receive Nobel Prizes for their discoveries, live in extreme conditions. It is an expanse of land where turbulent history meets the breathtaking beauty of nature, fragility of civilization, and people who steer clear of the ones and zeros of the online world. Martin Wágner, a documentary photographer who does not measure the stages in his life with calendars or schools, but with journeys, has visited Siberia countless times and taken more than forty thousand photos

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