Stanislav Tuma: Years measured by light11.01.2019 - 03.03.2019
An overview of the work of a photographer who mastered extraordinary light and composition to move photography beyond the realm of description. His poetic photographs give new meanings to things and events.
israeli street moments by Alex Levac, Gabi Ben Avraham, Ilan Ben Yehuda02.11.2018 - 06.01.2019
The israeli street moments exhibition introduces Israel from a different perspective than the one that is usually painted by the media.
I hereby proclaim my loyalty to the republic31.08.2018 - 28.10.2018
The exhibition follows the photographic tracks of eleven men who have represented our independent republic over the course of the last century. It captures the stories of our presidents on the background of historical events.
Alex Webb22.06.2018 - 26.08.2018
In a special collaboration with Leica, this exhibition of pictures by an American photographer Alex Webb presents his personal selection from his varied and expansive life’s work. The collection offers an overview of nearly three decades of his colour photography.
World on Fire - The Burning Man Collection02.02.2018 - 08.04.2018
In his new photographical series, Marek Musil aimed his camera at the American art phenomenon that is the Burning Man festival, that’s taking place in the midst of Nevada’s desert ever since the eighties.
A Tribute to the Masters of Photography24.11.2017 - 28.01.2018
Painters, actors, photographers, musicians: during his long career, he has put together an impressive gallery of portraits of important artists and contemporaries; but for Ara Güler it was always Istanbul that was the star of the show. Without his pictures it would be virtually impossible to have the photographic impressions of Istanbul that we have today.
JAROMÍR FUNKE: PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE AVANT-GARDE25.11.2016 - 29.01.2017
To mark the 120th anniversary of the birth of the world-renowned Czech photographer, teacher and writer on photography Jaromír Funke (1896–1945), Leica Gallery Prague has prepared an exhibition devoted exclusively to the most important segment of his work – his avant-garde studies in the style of functionalism, new objectivity, abstraction and surrealism. Some of Funke's photographs from the 1920s, with their pioneering use of light and translucence not only as compositional elements but as subjects in themselves, rank among the most radical examples of abstraction in international photography. His cycles Reflexes, exploring the phantasmagorical opposition between reality and reflection, and Time Lasts, capturing eerie encounters between disparate objects in unexpected contexts, were the first surrealist works of Czech photography. Avant-garde tendencies are also evident in his photographs of architecture and details of industrial buildings, as well as in his nudes, portraits, landscapes and social documentary shots. The exhibition, which beside original period prints of his most famous images also presents some of his lesser-known and hitherto unpublished work, has been put together by Vladimír Birgus with the kind assistance of Funke's daughter, Miloslava Rupešová.
WHITE SPACES IN SLOVAK PHOTOGRAPHY09.09.2016 - 20.11.2016
The exhibition 'White Spaces in Slovak Photography' traces the work of photographers who studied under Professor Milota Havránková from 1972 to the present, whether at the Art and Design High School of Bratislava, the Art Photography Studio of the Bratislava Academy of Fine Arts and Design, or the Photomedia Studio at Banska Bystrice College of Art. The exhibition concept is to map the major creative shifts in their output through different periods and schools, focussing above all on the evolution of photography as a medium in the context of new developments in the visual arts. The exhibition includes works by Richard Bolčo, Tomáš Agat Błoński, Jana Hojstričová, Peter Homola, Dominika Horáková, Marko Horban, Júlia Laufová, Silvia Saparová, Anton Sládek, Magda Stanová, Olja Triaška Stefanović, Ján Strieš, Mária Šimková, Jana Šturdíková and Miro Švolík.