Czech photography of the 1960s was highly variegated in terms of theme and genre. Adolf Vrhel (1935—1975)
was one of the numerous outstanding figures in photography of the time. Although he graduated in architecture, he became a professional photographer, collaborating mainly with the Domov (Home) magazine. He produced a great many photos of home furnishings and decorative arts created by an entire generation of young designers in the fields of furniture, textile, glass, ceramics and fashion clothing. Concurrently, he designed and realized monumental photographic compositions for interiors. These works featured details from nature and attested to his fascination with the world of modern technology.Galerie Josefa Sudka
118 00 Praha 1
T) +420 257 531 489
April — September
Wednesday — Sunday 11 a.m.—7 p.m.
October — March
Wednesday — Sunday 11 a.m.—5 p.m.
full 20 CZK, reduced 10 CZKmore about branch Josef Sudek Gallery)