The Final Reprise of the Topography of Ruins Exhibition in Wrocław

The Final Reprise of the Topography of Ruins Exhibition in Wrocław

We cordially invite you to the opening night of the final reprise of the traveling exhibition Josef Sudek: The Topography of Ruins. Prague 1945 which will take place on Thursday, 14 March 2019 at 5 pm at the Museum of Architecture in Wrocław, and will be attended by Adéla Kremplová and Martin Pavlis from the Sudek Project team. The guided tour will take place on Friday, 15 March 2019 at 12pm. The exhibition is open until until 5 May, 2019. Museum of Architecture in Wrocław Bernardyńska Street 5, 50156 Wrocław, Poland

About the exhibition:

In 1945, immediately after the end of the Second World War, Josef Sudek (1896–1976) took to the streets of Prague to document the damage sustained by the city. This endeavor produced a unique series of almost four hundred photographs, both documentary and artistic in nature, depicting the ravaged buildings, dismantled statues and the air raid and fire precautions of the time. Today, this collection of negatives is housed at the Czech Academy of Sciences' Institute of Art History in Prague. The current exhibition presents forty newly-made prints of these images which have never been exhibited before. Wrocław's Museum of Architecture hosts the last reprise of the exhibition project which had already been on display in Düsseldorf, Milan, Rome, Paris and in its extended version in Prague. The exhibition in Wrocław is organized in cooperation with the Czech Centre in Warsaw.

 

 

 

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