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Answer an Image

Abstract Is it possible to fulfil a (seemingly anachronic) desire for seeking beauty through its “distortion”? Can a wounded body be depicted as victorious? Who is imitated by “a portrait” of a biblical or mythological character? In what way can a subject be reflected in a

Family As A Means Of Making Art

Abstract This portfolio presents a selection of artworks by the Slovak photographer, Zuzana Pustaiová. The artist gained wider recognition in 2012 when she won the international competition Frame as an art student. Following her success, she became recognized internationally and her work was included in several

Between Solitude and Freedom

Abstract This presentation of works by the Slovak photographer and teacher Lena Jakubčáková (b. 1980) is based on a selection of two scholarly articles that were written about her and some author´s texts or fragments from her books. Together with her biographical information and a brief

Visual survey of Everydayness

Abstract Jiřina Hankeová (* 1948) was born in Kladno. She has a wide range in her work, from drawing and painting, to poetry and lyrics, to photography. She took up photography during her secondary school studies, but eventually she found her creative expression mainly in drawing and painting.

From Vienna Art Diaspora

Abstract The portfolio of the eminent and significant emeritus Professor of linguistics at the Institute of Slavic Studies at the University of Vienna Gero Fischer titled From Vienna Art Diaspora presents portraits of 18 artists of different nationalities. He gained artistic inspiration by studying world photography,

Metaphor and the project

Abstract The portfolio of the russian artist- photographer and a teacher- psychologist at the Moscow University for Humanities, Viacheslav Kabanov, titled Metaphor and the project is accompanied by text from the very famous russian curator and artist Oleg Arnautov, who described Viacheslav ́s artwork as: “a

Portrait – Visual Identity of a Person

Abstract Portrait is a very sought out and popular genre of photography, and not only at the present time. This was the case even in the times of photographers that could be described as pioneers in portrait photography as such. Nadar, Disdéri, and others popularized this

Between Abstraction and Description

Abstract: This presentation of works by the Czech photographer and teacher Pavel Mára (b. 1951) is based on a selection of four scholarly articles that were written about him (and are published here in their entirety or in part). Together with his biographical information and a

Life as a temporary miracle: from manierism to concept

Abstract: The article is based on a book and texts from Elena Lichá-Zábranská and deals with the lifetime work of the significant Slovak artist and photographer Ľuba Lauffová, who is considered as an extraordinary personality not only for Slovak, but also for European photography in general.

She puts the world out of the world

The raw material of the photographs is a daily object on which Anne Lefebvre relies to announce worries. The motifs are composed of elements collected in the artist’s home environment. Household items, bath, glass, spoon and hand to order the whole. Anne Lefebvre deploys the