Ferdinand Bučina Vzpomínka na Javorník 12. 10. - 20. 11. 2016 The personal papers of the almost forgotten Ferdinand Bučina (1909–1994) are an interesting contribution to the politics and history of depiction, ethnography, and the relationship of people today with nature and work. Bučina was a cameraman, photographer
Pavel Baňka Reflexe 7. 9. - 9. 10. 2016 If we tried to imagine Pavel Baňka’s creative life as a photograph, its inherently transient nature would probably show very soon. There would be a steady stream of portraits, staged figurative actions, spaces artificially created by the artist himself.
Josef Sudek In the Shadow of the Cathedral 29. 6. - 30. 8. 2016 The exhibition introduce previously non-exhibited and mostly unpublished photographs of Prague’s St Vitus Cathedral, loaned for the exhibition from the collection of the Institute of Art History of the Czech Academy of Sciences.
Jaromír Funke Fotogenie 20. let 25. 5. - 25. 6. 2016 The bond between Josef Sudek and Jaromír Funke was formed in the early 1920s in the town of Kolín, where both men (born in the same year) came from, and from where they used to set out to photograph the romantic landscapes along the River Elbe. With time,
Václav Kopecký Zkamenělina 13. 4. - 21. 5. 2016 * The relationship between a pre-picture and a picture. The porcelain vase is cast from a form. The photograph is an enlargement of a negative.