18th June - 31st July 2009
Exhibition of the new series of Large Format Photographs
"WINDOWS TO THE LOST WORLDS"
Exhibition - the SECOND PART
For the first time here were exhibited photographs from the New Zealand, Iceland and Egypt.
The significant part of the exhibition has been the new collection of the pictures from the
20th April - 3rd May 2006
Exhibition of Large Format Photographs
"Between Earth and Sky III"
In the Ambit of Monastery "Panny Marie Snezne", Jungmann square 18, Prague 1
16th January - 16th March 2005
For the first time the exhibition had number new photographs from the last journey to Africa - Namibia. The whole exposition was completed by reportage snapshots from the expeditions together with some aerial photographs, and several interesting snaps of the concrete places from the Space Shuttle board.
The exhibition was granted by Hewlett-Packard Czech Republic.
“BETWEEN EARTH AND SKY II”
The exhibition of the new collection large format photographs (1.5 x 1.5 m) was presented from the 3rd to 5th March. during the REKLAMA - POLYGRAF trade fair in the main building of Prague Industrial Palace on the Prague Exhibition Ground.
Selling exhibition of the collection large format photographs in Palace Flora
October 2003 - March 2004.
Within the frame of “INTERKAMERA 2003 EXHIBITION” - from 15th to 18th of April 2003 - I presented ten photographs
60 x 60 cm - prints on my Epson Stylus Pro 7600.
The exhibited photographs covered the expeditions to Karakorum, White Cordilleras in Peru, Patagonia and Mexico.
There was the exhibition of 52 large format High-End digital prints prepared on the large format printer HP designjet 5000P, having been sponsored by Hewlett-Packard CR, in the Ambit of the Franciscan monastery on the Jungmannovo Square, between 22nd of January and 10th of March 2002. The title of the exhibition was
“BETWEEN EARTH AND SKY”
“From the Tops of Eight Thousand Meter High Mountains to the End of the World”
There was presented a new dimension of large format photographs (1.5 x 1.5 m) that have been taken from the wild and innocent places of the Planet of Earth.
The exhibition visited more than 20000 guests.