Jan Jedlička

Author: multiple authors

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Price: 735 CZK

Publisher: GHMP
Year of publication: 2021
Language: in Czech, in English
ISBN: 978–80–7010–171–1
Editors: Jitka Hlaváčková, Jan Jedlička
Texts: Jitka Hlaváčková, Marie Rakušanová, Kateřina Svatoňová, Friedemann Malsch, Bruno Corà
Translated to English by: Adrian Dean
Translated from English by: Olga Neumanová
Translated from German by: Lenka Vosičková
Photographies: Jan Jedlička, Oto Palán, H. J. Henn, Reto Kaufmann, Jacqueline Burckhardt, Ursula Jedlička
Pre-press preparation of photographs: Marek Jodas
Text editing: Jana Jebavá, Kristýna Bartoš (studio Datle)
Graphic Design: Trix Wetter

Jan Jedlička is a painter, draughtsman, printmaker, photographer and filmmaker, but also a walker, observer and medium. His images are above all a record of what he experiences when moving through a landscape, and how the landscape changes. He combines different techniques and media to create multi-layered images of places in a landscape, which he usually monitors over long periods of time. This catalogue to a monographic exhibition at Prague City Gallery’s premises in the Municipal Library is the first to present the full breadth of Jan Jedlička’s art. It is not structured chronologically, but instead maps how he moves through a landscape along the paths of his various creative strategies. Each work is always connected to a particular place and time, and for this reason the selection is arranged according to the three most significant geographical regions he has worked in: the Maremma in Italy, Prague and parts of the British Isles.

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