This retrospective book gathers different steps of Josef koudelka's work, shows his constant progress in intensity, from his earliest photographs (published here for the first time) to his most recent panoramic landscape studies.
Whether photographing avant-garde theatre, gypsies throughout Eastern Europe, resistance to Soviet guns and tanks advancing on Prague, or the environmental degradation of a post-industrial world, Koudelka has consistently produced images that provoke a connection to the larger questions of human existence.

Robert Delpire, Koudelka’s longtime publisher, collaborated with the artist in conceiving and producing this title. The other essayists in "Koudelka; each explore a different aspect of the artist’s work, illustrating his constant evolution and intensity.

Format: Hardcover
Pages: 252
Size: 29x30x3.5 cm
Publishers : Delpire (Paris, 2006), Contrasto (Milano, 2006), Aperture (New York, 2006), Thames & Hudson (Londres, 2006), Braus (Heidelberg, 2006), Lunwerg (Donostia, 2006), Fototorst (Praha, 2006)