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Tag / Photography
Exhibition-of-Czechoslovak-Engineering-1956-54
I bet you had no idea that Brno Built the Future in 1956… “In the city of Brno, modernism lives on. Brno, the capital of Moravia and the Czech Republic’s second-largest city, is a long way from Chicago. But in the 1920s and 1930s, it was one of the hotbeds of Modernism in Central Europe.” –International...
Josef-Koudelka-Cikani-Tres-Bohemes
Gypsies or Cikáni (Czech for “gypsies”) is a collection of photographs taken by Josef Koudelka between 1962 and 1971. The photographs offer a look at Roma Society and the Gypsie’s way of life in various European countries. Koudelka originally planned to publish the photographs in Prague, but due to the Soviet invasion in 1968, he...
Jaromir-Funke-Bottle-Shadow-Tres-Bohemes
Jaromír Funke was a Photographer Born in Skuteč, Czech Republic. During the 1920s, he was recognized for his unique work and became a leading figure in Czech photography. His photographs were unconventional and expressive. He would photograph inanimate objects such as bottles, glass, and plates, using the contrast of light and shadow to create original still...
Crab-Tres-Bohemes
Kari Herer is a photographer from Yarmouth, Maine. She sells fine art prints inspired by the natural beauty of flowers. Her work has been featured in China’s Techmag Magazine and on the cover of the book Bitter in The Mouth by Monique Truong. Her prints capture the beauty of nature, combining original sketches of flowers, animals, and insects with...
Coffee-Time-by-Egor-N-Tres-Bohemes
Coffee Time is a collection of anti-gravity photos taken by professional photographer Egor N. The gravity-defying photographs, taken using a high speed camera, capture the splashes and swirls of milk, sugar cubes, and cream. Set against a dark backdrop, the fragile teacups and ribbons of milk appear crisp and dramatic. This collection of photos captures the...
In today’s photo lens, we wanted to share images from Helmut Newton in Prague. Helmut Newton (October 1920 – 23 January 2004) was a German-Australian photographer. Newton had a unique way of seeing, a groundbreaking vision that completely transformed fashion photography. Even today we can still see his influence in the pages of the greatest fashion...
Jen Osborne is an independent documentary photographer. The primary goal of her work is to share important feature stories about the rest of the world, in this case the Ukraine. Jen’s work has a social aspect and has been published in several leading magazines. In July 2015, Jen started a new body of work documenting many of Ukraine’s female soldiers....
Prague-1968
On August 21, 1968 dozens of tanks rolled through the streets and aimed at the crowds of students and protesters. Shooting was heard, screams and cries. People were in shock. They could not believe that the invaders were Russians – the same Russians who had liberated them in 1945 at the close of World War II....
Jaroslav-Benes-Czech-Photographer
Jaroslav Beneš was born in Pilsen, Czechoslovakia on February 27, 1946. He is a Czech photographer and the co-founder of the photographic group called Český dřevák. Beneš creates a type of “architectural still-life” in the true sense of the word. Although the subjects of Beneš’s photographs are usually buildings or architectural details, he cannot be...
Prague-Czech-Tres-Bohemes-Visit-Bohemia (17)
1986 was a strange year for a girl who spent most of her life in America to visit Prague. Yet my parents were missing everyone they had left behind and they felt safe enough, so I decided to go along.  The Cold War was mostly over, although it would be three more years before the Berlin Wall...