Jitka Hanzlová’s pictures are all, with a few exceptions, in strikingly small format. She does not take advantage of the enormous dimensions and pomposity of the large format; she does not compete with billboards in the image of streets from the last
ten years. Yet, looking at her various series of photographs from over the last thirty years, we feel how, step by step, frame by frame, an image of the world emerges that speaks of the unity of plants, animals and humans, of lived, nourished, fertilizing decades, of yearly and life cycles, of the search for the positive and empowering and the rejection of negative destructive energies.

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Fotograf Magazine

Jitka Hanzlová

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Jitka Hanzlová’s pictures are all, with a few exceptions, in strikingly small format. She does not take advantage of the enormous dimensions and pomposity of the large format; she does not compete with billboards in the image of streets from the last
ten years. Yet, looking at her various series of photographs from over the last thirty years, we feel how, step by step, frame by frame, an image of the world emerges that speaks of the unity of plants, animals and humans, of lived, nourished, fertilizing decades, of yearly and life cycles, of the search for the positive and empowering and the rejection of negative destructive energies.