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by John Berger,Jikta Hanzlová

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  • ISBN 3865212107
  • ISBN13 978-3865212108
  • Language English
  • Author John Berger,Jikta Hanzlová
  • Publisher Steidl (May 1, 2006)
  • Pages 96
  • Formats azw rtf lit txt
  • Category Photography
  • Subcategory Photography and Video
  • Size ePub 1652 kb
  • Size Fb2 1941 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 752

Photographer Jitka Hanzlov's new series, Forest, here accompanied by a John Berger essay, continues her work in and around the village where she grew up, leaving the town and its inhabitants for the forest. Her stark prints explore the Moravian woods of her youth--and all the naturally-occurring corridors, courtyards, haunted houses and gilded ponds there--as a kind of visible, perceptible "unknown" in herself and the viewer, as a dark spring, as the unfathomed depths from which we emerge. Though many of us don't often go into the forest, we know that it is there, and we know that it is critical to both the way one imagines the world--light and dark, city and country, home and unknown territory--and to the physical processes, not least the manufacture of oxygen, that keep the world going. In this respect, Hanzlov's work is once again, as it has been so directly in Female, and persistently in Rokytnik, meaningful sociopolitically as well as aesthetically.

Photographer Jitka Hanzlov's new series, Forest, here accompanied by a John Berger essay, continues her work in and around the village where she grew up, leaving the town and its inhabitants for the forest.

Photographer Jitka Hanzlov's new series, Forest, here accompanied by a John Berger. Photographer Jitka Hanzlov's new series, Forest, here accompanied by a John Berger essay, continues her work in and around the village where she grew up, leaving the town and its inhabitants for the forest.

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Established Representation.

Find and follow posts tagged jitka hanzlová on Tumblr . In the two subsequent series’ Forest and Flowers, Hanzlová begins to deviate stylistically (but not entirely conceptually) from the majority of her other works, offering two truly fascinating observations of natural phenomena in detached, hidden environments. Forest, a project which has seen an exquisite photobook release, inverts the themes of identity and belonging hitherto explored in and on themselves

Photographer Jitka Hanzlov's new series, "Forest, " here accompanied by a John Berger essay, continues her work in and around the village where she grew up, leaving the town and its inhabitants for the forest.

Photographer Jitka Hanzlov's new series, "Forest, " here accompanied by a John Berger essay, continues her work in and around the village where she grew up, leaving the town and its inhabitants for the forest. Her stark prints explore the Moravian woods of her youth-and all the naturally-occurring corridors, courtyards, haunted houses and gilded ponds there-as a kind of visible, perceptible "unknown" in herself and the viewer, as a dark spring

Photographer Jitka Hanzlov's new series, Forest, here accompanied by a John Berger essay, continues her work in and around the village where she grew up, leaving the town and its inhabitants for the forest. Her stark prints explore the Moravian woods of her youth-and all the naturally-occurring corridors, courtyards, haunted houses and gilded ponds there-as a kind of visible, perceptible "unknown" in herself and the viewer, as a dark spring, as the unfathomed depths from which we emerge.

Jitka Hanzlova: Forest. Publisher's Description. Photographer Jitka Hanzlová’s new series, Forest, here accompanied by a John Berger essay, continues her work in and around the village where she grew up, leaving the town and its inhabitants for the forest. Her stark prints explore the Moravian woods of her youth-and all the naturally-occurring corridors, courtyards, haunted houses and gilded ponds there-as a kind of visible, perceptible unknown in herself and the viewer, as a dark spring, as the unfathomed depths from which we emerge.

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John Berger: Understanding a Photograph Awards.

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