After the Second World War, the young Jewish woman Sonja Bullaty (1923 Prague – 2000 New York) trained with Josef Sudek. Later on, Sonja Bullaty left for New York, where – together with her husband Angelo Lomeo – she specialized in landscape photography and published many books devoted to nature and travel. The couple also took part in a New York exhibition that condemned the military occupation of Czechoslovakia in 1968. Sonja Bullaty was highly instrumental in popularizing Sudeks photographic oeuvre in the United States. His first one-man exhibition took place in 1971 in their family studio in New York. She also collaborated on other Sudek exhibitions and, in 1978, published an authoritative book entitled simply Sudek.

The exhibition preview take place on Wednesday,
February 8, 2017, at 5 pm.
The Josef Sudek Gallery/24 Úvoz, Prague 1
(Josef Sudek’s small flat in 1959–1976)

Galerie Josefa Sudka
Úvoz 24
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Sonja Bullaty & Angelo Lomeo: Young people carrying a blood-spattered flag and shouting at the Russian soldiers: “Eto vase delo” (this is your doing – the blood of a 13 year old boy whom you have killed),
from the series Eyewitness: Czechoslovakia, 1938 – Aug. 1968
Prague, 1968
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