Fotograf Magazine

The mystery of Josef Sudek: between styles

“… it is the task of the individual, in fact, to stand on one’s own two feet, distinct from all others. Obstacles in the way to fulfilling this task are all collective identities, such as membership in organizations, the profession of -isms, and the like.“


Carl Gustav Jung


As a turning point in his way to maturity, Josef Sudek (1896–1976) defined his initiation as occurring during the completion of the Prague coronation cathedral: “There it began, there I experienced an epiphany.”[ref]Berka Č. Josefa Sudka filosofické aforismy o fotografování. Výtvarné umění 1957; 8(2): 87.[/ref]

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