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Bratislava is a city rich with history and atmosphere that is captured here in images of the Slovakian metropolis between 1944 and 1964 as perceived by a renowned and world-famous Slovak photographer. The elegant portraits and lyrical text tell the city's story, paying homage to the people and neighborhoods that no longer exist. Reflecting the artist's timeless experiences in his subjects' expressions, this collection also recalls Bratislava's postwar years, marking an era when the city was emerging from horror to create a new image. This multilingual edition is written in English, German, Hungarian, and Slovak.
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Karol Kállay is one of the most significant representatives of Slovak photography, having worked in the fields of fashion, journalism, and landscape portraiture. He is the author of Franz Kafka and Prague, Impatience, and Los Angeles. He contributes to various periodicals in Slovakia and abroad, and his clients include GEO Hamburg, Stern Focus, and Spiegel. He is a founding member of the Bilderberg picture agency and a member of the International Federation of Artistic Photography in Switzerland.
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Book Description Slovart Publishing, Ltd., 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX8055604967
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