In this small, artist's flat, Josef Sudek lived and worked until his death. Since 1959, the flat gradually filled with paintings, frames, goblets, photographic equipment, and photos. The Czechoslovakian was trained as a bookbinder, but took up amateur photography before being drafted into the military during WWI in 1915. He produced several albums during his three years of service, until he lost his right arm from artillery fire. Some of his most renowned work is now here, including the series Aviatic Remembrances, Easter Remembrances, Labyrinths and Glass Labyrinths. Sudek doesn't shy from using a limited tonal range to reflect dramatic, intense emotion, and as a result, his pictures are often dark and full of mystery. The gallery includes more of Sudek's contemporaries and other contemporary Czech work.
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