Helena Wilson (b. 1937 in Navarov), member of the legendary Křižovnická School of Humourless Pure Humour, is known as a photodocumentarist of happenings and other art and music activities in the 1970s (e.g. The Plastic People of the Universe). Less known is her extensive creative work involving portraits, social documentary photography and series of minimalist images. For over a decade, she taught at the Secondary School of Graphic Art in Prague. In 1977, in connection with the crackdown on the Charter 77 movement, she was forced to leave the country. She moved to Canada, where she explored the lives of the aboriginal First Nations people.

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