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Jan Saudek

Jan Saudek

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The visual movement centres around the “mama gaze”, an introspective look at home and care by female and non-binary visual artists.

At lunchtime, we would go out to eat at the Brown Derby, Musso, and Franks, or some other local restaurant, and I got to observe all the activity that was occurring on Hollywood Boulevard. The images reflect the artist's eagerness to assimilate back into a home that feels at once foreign and familiar.I received comments such as "it's still a good deal without the remote" and " if it's only a small cost to fix, why are you kicking up such a fuss"! a.: "Asylum, Photographs by Raymond Depardon", Text von Lauren Shkely; "Photo-Booth Strips, Photographs by Carol Taback", Text von Marta Chahroudi; "David Hockneys Photographs", Text von Christopher Knight; "Cubism and American Photography" von John Pultz; "Story from Czechoslovakia, my Country" von Jan Saudek". His art gained more prominence during the 1990s, thanks to his collaboration with the publisher Taschen. Their mother's family came to Prague from Bohemia, and their father from the city of Děčín in the northwest part of that area.

n, is the author of sixteen books on photography published in the Czech Republic and abroad, and the curator of around fifty photography exhibitions. Jacket in clear removable sleeve, worn on all corners, some edge wear, laminate scratched, a 5 cm tear off lower rear corner. Read more about the condition Very Good: A book that has been read and does not look new, but is in excellent condition. Based on the Eye Mama Project, a photography platform sharing a curated feed by photographers worldwide who identify as mamas, the Eye Mama book brings together more than 150 images to render what is so often invisible―caregiving, mothering, family and the post-motherhood self― visible. After completing his military service, he was inspired in 1963 by the catalogue for American photographer Edward Steichen's The Family of Man exhibition, and began to work to become a serious art photographer.His project, "Black Diamond," captured the lives of people, including men, women, and children, dedicated to coal extraction in grueling conditions. Dual text in French and English CONDITION: VERY GOOD+, a clean and tight copy (small ink inscription to front blank fly-leaf, few spots of slight shelf rub to cover edges, rear cover faintly dusty and very slightly creased along the spine margin) ] . Peculiar encounters, curious radio transmissions, and unexplained coincidences became the norms of my childhood. Near fine copy in colour-printed boards, in a very good, slightly edge-nicked and dust-dulled dust-wrapper, now mylar-sleeved. No missing or damaged pages, no creases or tears, no underlining or highlighting of text, and no writing in the margins.



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