4 edition of Josef Sudek found in the catalog.
by Fundacion La Caixa de Pensiones,Spain
Written in English, Catalan, Valencian
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Dubbed the “poet of Prague,” Josef Sudek (–) was one of the most important and celebrated of Czech photographers. Sudek produced his best work during his middle-aged years, having grown up and out of the rules of modernism and into a style of his : Anna Farova. Josef Sudek Fotografie, a small-format book with wonderfully-printed gravure plates, is the perfect testimony to this life obsessed. Packed with a wide range of images from Sudek’s oeuvre. Despite the book’s huge print run of copies, it is still a challenge nowadays to find a copy with a good, clean dust jacket.
Josef Sudek - Praha panoramatická Hardcover cloth bound with dustjacket oblong folio. black and white panoramic photographs printed in heliogravure book dust jacket design by architect Otto Rothmayer. "The camera is a fickle instrument. It not easy to make good it as looks can often be t, Statni Nakladatelstvi, , Praha. - Explore tedforbes's board "Josef Sudek", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Josef sudek, Black and white photography and Photography pins.
Koudelka left Czechoslovakia for political asylum in and shortly thereafter joined Magnum Photos. In , he brought out his first book Gypsies, and in , , he has worked with a panoramic camera and issued a compilation of these photographs in his book Chaos in Koudelka has had more than a dozen books of his work published, including . Josef Sudek (), Untitled, de la Série 'Remembrance of Easter', Signé et daté au crayon (marge), annoté en tchèque au crayon (verso), image x 11 cm (6⅛ x 4⅜ in), feuille 24 x 18 cm (9½ x 7⅛ in). Estimate: €8,, This lot is offered in Photographies on 10 November at Christie’s in Paris.
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Josef Sudek has 31 books on Goodreads with ratings. Josef Sudek’s most popular book is Josef Sudek, Poet of Prague: A Photographer's Life. Josef Sudek was a Czech photographer, best known for his photographs of Prague.
Sudek was originally a bookbinder. During The First World War he was drafted into the Austro-Hungarian Army in and served on the Italian Front until he was wounded in the right arm in Nationality: Czech Republic.
Josef Sudek, Poet of Prague book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In a career that spanned nearly seven decades, Josef Sud /5. About this Item: Praha: SNKLHUPhotographs by Josef Sudek, hardback, pp., 8° (18 x 24 cm), ex-library, dust jacket missing, cover slightly worn and dusty, top edge dusty, endpapers and several pages tanned, cataloging information on spine, two ownership stamps on one page, condition: fair Book Language/s: cz.
Josef Sudek "Josef Sudek lived from to The photographer co-founded the Czech Photographic Society inachieving great and constant commercial success soon after.". Josef Sudek - Josef Sudek book Hardcover cloth bound. print-run "In its classic clean design by Frantisek Tichy exquisite photogravure printing and attention to detail down a white silk ribbon as bookmark.
it is the perfect vehicle for full range of Sudek's romantic atmospheric work." Rot, Statni Nakladatelstvi Krasne Literaturi,Prag. Entitled “The Intimate World of Josef Sudek”, this exhibition is the first of this scale to revisit the life and work of Josef Sudek (Kolin, – Prague, ) within its sociogeographical and historical context: Prague during the first half of the twentieth century, at a time when the Czech capital was a veritable hub of artistic activity.
Josef Sudek: The Advertising Photographs Czech photographer Josef Sudek, who is best known for his moody, Romantic shots of still lifes and street scenes, was an influential advertising pioneer.
Though this commercial aspect of his oeuvre is often overlooked, he collaborated with designer Ladislav Sutnar and architect Otto Rothmayer to create. Josef Sudek was Prague's Atget. From the mids until his death inSudek photographed everything--the Gothic and Baroque architecture, the streets and objects--usually leaving the frame free of people.
Where Atget photographed the social realities of Paris, Sudek captured a more subjective experience of the city where he was born. Because he was. Josef Sudek was a Czech photographer best known for his elegiac black-and-white images of Prague, interiors, still lifes, and the landscapes of Bohemian forests.
View Josef Sudek’s 1, artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices. See available photographs, prints and multiples, and paintings Nationality: Czech.
His life shaped and interrupted by two World Wars, Josef Sudek is among the Czech Republic’s leading 20th-century photographers. Working mostly alone, he roamed the streets of Prague and the surrounding areas with a large-format camera. The photographer produced exquisite, exacting black-and-white prints of cityscapes and landscapes Nationality: Czech.
Although the Czech photographer Josef Sudek was mildly reclusive by temperament, and although his photography is commonly characterized as unpeopled (in favor of what he termed "the inanimate life of objects"), a sizable portion of his oeuvre is given over to portraits.
In fact, the beginnings Pages: Photographs by Josef Sudek, hardback, pp., 8° (18 x 24 cm), ex-library, dust jacket missing, cover slightly worn and dusty, top edge dusty, endpapers and several pages tanned, cataloging information on spine, two ownership stamps on one page, condition: fair Book Language/s: cz.
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Get this from a library. Josef Sudek. [Anna Fárová] -- "Dubbed the "poet of Prague," Josef Sudek () was one of the most important and celebrated of Czech photographers. Sudek produced his best work during his middle-aged years, having grown up.
Josef Sudek by Charles Sawyer [Originally published in Creative Camera, AprilNumber ] Go straight to photos of Sudek by the author. Prologue. Josef Sudek was born in in Kolin on the Labe in Bohemia. As a boy he learned the trade of bookbinding.
Josef Sudek died quietly in Prague in September in Prague and today his house has been refurbished and is the Ateliér Josef Sudek. It is a tranquil setting, the photo gallery illuminated by the wall of windows that face the garden and its the upstairs rooms are devoted to the collection thousands of Sudek’s negatives, prints and papers.
Explore books by Josef Sudek with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Dubbed the "Poet of Prague," Josef Sudek became well known around the streets and concert halls of his city.
A poor student, Sudek decided to become a bookbinder, receiving his certificate at age seventeen, while his younger sister became a photographer. At the same time Sudek began to experiment with a box camera and was particularly fond of.The Advertising Photographs.
Portraits. The Window of My Studio.