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Human Scale

Photos in Non-exhibition Spaces in Czechoslovakia at the Turn of the 1980s and 1990s

When the symposium The Art of Exhibiting Photography took place in Brno in 1983, where Josef Moucha introduced the phenomenon of expansive photography, developed by his Polish colleague Jerzy Olek, the Czech and Slovak professional public was also informed of the ambitious exhibition The Family of Man through a review by Petr Tausk, published in the symposium proceedings.1 The première of the exhibition took place at the MoMA in 1955, and it was presented all over the world, for example in Belgrade in 1957 or in Poland at the turn of 1959 and 1960.

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