Jan Lukas (1915 České Budějovice—2006 New York) was in the 1930s considered a Wunderkind of Czech photography. He began to publish at seventeen. He collaborated in particular with journals Eva and Ahoj na neděli, but also contributed to foreign periodicals. He employed his documentary skill in many towns and cities of Europe and North Africa; at home he focused mainly on themes connected with modern lifestyle. At the same time he worked on the series The Earth and People, which he presented for the first time in 1939 at the legendary exhibition of the group ‘Seven’ in October. A small-scale exhibition at the Josef Sudek Gallery returns to the avant-garde roots of Lukas’s humanistic art.

Galerie Josefa Sudka
Úvoz 24
118 00 Praha 1 
T) +420 257 531 489

opening hours

April — September
Wednesday — Sunday 11 a.m.—7 p.m.
October — March
Wednesday — Sunday 11 a.m.—5 p.m.

admission
full 20 CZK, reduced 10 CZK
more about branch Josef Sudek Gallery)
prepared) permanent display) 2015) 2014) 2013) 2012) 2011) 2010) 2009) 2008) 2007) 2006) 2005) 2004)
The Argentinian...) “Flowers in the...) Emanuel Kimla:...) Patterns and...) Moser 10/150: The...) Jan Lukas:...) A Beastly Show -...) Ignác Preissler...) Czech Glass...) Japanese poster -...) Czech Grand...) Subjective X...) Drahomír Josef...) L´Espectacle a...) Družstevní práce:...) Josef Ehm:...) Alphonse Mucha -...) Tjekkisk...) Garments of...) Alena Matějková:...)