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Gypsies, Invasion 1968, Exiles

The exhibition presents three of the most iconic works by Josef Koudelka, one of the great representatives of the humanist tradition of photography. A tireless traveller, he turned photojournalism into an extensive, multi-layered personal testimony. These three series are now recognised as classics of world photography: the images of Gypsies convey respect for an ethnic group that, on the fringes of mainstream society, has preserved its own spontaneous attitude to life. Prague 1968 was intended as a reminder of all unarmed resistance to the military power of totalitarian regimes, and the works in Exiles are the personal expression of a photographer who lost his homeland but gained his freedom.


This exhibition includes depictions of violence and nudity.
Not recommended for children under 12.

Josef Koudelka
Miguel Del Castillo, Samuel Titan Jr.


São Paulo, Brasil
Koudelka: Ciganos, Praga 1968, Exílios

IMS Paulista
May 18 to September 15, 2024


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