Zdeněk Matyásko

Nahoru Contact

Zdeněk Matyásko
Photographic Studio, room no. 108, 110, 111
A Institute of Art History ASCR, Husova 4, 110 00 Prague, Czech Republic, 
E matyasko.at.udu.cas.cz
T +420 221 183 520
F +420 222 221 654
W www.asociacefotografu.com/clenove.php?letter=M

Nahoru Personal profile

2008 Výběr [Selection]. Exhibition of the Association of Professional Photographers, Galerie Diamant, Prague

1994 Česká fotografie 1989-1994 [Czech Photography 1989-1994], Mánes exhibition hall, Prague

1989 Výtvarní umělci ve fotografii 1848-1989 [Visual Artists in Photography 1848-1989], National Gallery, Prague

1984 Česká výtvarná fotografie [Czech Artistic Photography], Galerie D and Československý spisovatel, Prague

Nahoru Research interests

Creates professional photographic documentation of Czech and international works of art in the fields of architecture, sculpture, painting, drawing, graphic art and decorative art for the needs of the specialist activities of his workplace. Specialises in new digital technology and fine art reproduction techniques. In his independent work he concentrates on portraits, nudes, landscapes, and documents.

Nahoru Current projects

Exhibitions

2004 – 2006 External cooperation with the Czech Museum of Fine Arts, Prague

1998 – 2004 External cooperation with the Olympus company, presentation of Phase One technology

1996 – the present Photographer at the Institute for Art History, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic

1994 – 1995 Institute of Classical Studies, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague

1990 – the present Member of the Association of Professional Photographers in the Czech Republic

1989 – 1994 Institute for Art History, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague

1977 – 1989 National Gallery in Prague

1972 – 1977 Film Institute, Prague

1969 – 1972 Vocational secondary school (film-oriented) in Čimelice

Nahoru Selected bibliography

Specialist literature

  • Petr Kratochvíl (ed.), Architektura. Velké dějiny zemí Koruny české [Architecture. A Comprehensive History of the Czech Lands], Praha 2009.
  • Vojtěch Lahoda, Emil Filla, Praha 2007.
  • Ludmila Vachtová, Polana Bregantová, Teď – Práce Evy Kmentové [Now – the Work of Eva Kmentová] , Praha 2006
  • Rostislav Švácha –Marie Platovská (eds.) Dějiny českého výtvarného umění V, 1939 –1890 [A History of Czech Visual Art], Praha 2005.
  • Taťána Petrasová –Helena Lorenzová (eds.) Dějiny českého výtvarného umění III, 1780–1890 [A History of Czech Visual Art], Praha 2001.
  • Pavel Zatloukal, Deset století architektury [Ten Centuries of Architecture], Praha 2001.
  • Vojtěch Lahoda, Zdenek Rykr, Praha 2000.
  • Vojtěch Lahoda, Dějiny českého výtvarného umění IV, 1890–1938 [A History of Czech Visual Art], Praha 1998.
  • Tomáš Vlček, Kubismus 1909-1925 [Cubism 1909-1925], Praha 1992.
  • Miroslav Lamač, Osma a skupina výtvarných umělců 1907–1917 [The Osma Group and their Circle of Visual Artists 1907-1917], Praha 1988.

Independent Work

  • Has published in the magazines Československá fotografie (1974), Fotografia (1977) and Foto Video (2004).
  • Česká fotografie 1989 – 1994 [Czech Photography 1989-1994], catalogue for the exhibition of the Association of Photographers, Mánes exhibition hall, Prague 1994
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Nahoru Other important activities (membership, prizes, activity as curator)

National Museum of Photography in Jindřichův Hradec, National Gallery in Prague, Slovak Technical Museum in Košice

Zdeněk Matyásko, Photographer of the IAH

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