Promoter of Czech colour photography, famous for photographs of the legendary bands The Primitives Group and The Plastic People of the Universe.
The most famous contemporary Czech photographer. Apart from his controversial works, he also drew attention with his personal life.
Czech portrait photographer and former manager and partner of the photographer Jan Saudek.
The most important photographic chronicler of Šumava. His studio is now a unique technical monument.
Czech and Slovak photographer who became especially famous for dynamic black-and-white nudes and for breaking clichés in photography.
Outstanding avant-garde photographer who mostly photographed in Prague. He is one of the most distinguished Czech photographers of the interwar period.
Photographer famous for his photographs from armed conflicts. He won third place in the prestigious World Press Photo contest and won the Czech Press Photo twice.
Czechoslovak photographer and university teacher who significantly contributed to the development of post-war Czechoslovak photography and film. He founded an independent photography department at the Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague.
Official photographer of the Civic Forum in 1989. He won a World Press Photo prize for a photograph of Václav Havel.
University teacher and documentary photographer who captured country life during moribund communism.
Painter and graphic artist, the most important representative of interwar avant-garde and Surrealism in Czech culture, co-founder of surrealist groups and of Artificialism (together with Toyen). He also worked as a photographer.
Amateur photographer and experimenter. A controversial figure made famous by surreptitious photographs of women.
Czech photojournalist and documentary photographer. The most significant part of his work consists of photographs of forced labour under German rule during the Second World War.
Prague photographer who took portraits of prominent actors of his time and was also one of the first to record their voices on phonograph cylinders.
The largest photographic organisation in the country, consisting primarily of amateur photographers, but also professionals.
Czech forester, zoologist, explorer, hunter, photographer, ethnologist and writer, founder and first director of the Safari Park in Dvůr Králové nad Labem.
Photographer of the Czech News Agency and winner of the 2013 World Press Photo contest in the category Sport Action, participating with a series of photographs from the race Velká pardubická.
Czech explorer, adventurer, writer and photographer, probably of Bulgarian descent.
Czech photographer and the first docent of photography in Czechoslovakia. His famous documentary photographs of Prague have earned him the nickname “the Prague walker”.
A pioneer of photojournalism and documentary and studio photography in the early 20th century. His contribution to sport photography is especially important.
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