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Past Exhibition

Josef Koudelka: Invasion, Exiles, Wall

C/O Berlin presents three significant stages of the work of Josef Koudelka

Josef Koudelka

Josef Koudelka Warsaw Pact troops invasion. Prague, Czechoslovakia. August 1968. © Josef Koudelka | Magnum Photos
Josef Koudelka Carnival. Olomouc, Moravie, Czechoslovakia. 1968. © Josef Koudelka | Magnum Photos
Josef Koudelka Invasion by Warsaw Pact troops. Near the Radio headquarters. Prague, Czechoslovakia. August 1968. © Josef Koudelka | Magnum Photos
Josef Koudelka Hauts-de-Seine. Parc de Sceaux, France. 1987. © Josef Koudelka | Magnum Photos
Josef Koudelka Although the Wall is the largest infrastructure project undertaken by Israel, no studies have been carried out to evaluate its environmental impact. Al 'Eizariya (Bethany). East Jerusalem. 2010. © Josef Koudelka | Magnum Photos
Josef Koudelka Shu'fat Refugee Camp, overlooking Al 'Isawiya. East Jerusalem. 2009. © Josef Koudelka | Magnum Photos
Josef Koudelka Croagh Patrick Pilgrimage, Ireland. 1972. © Josef Koudelka | Magnum Photos
Josef Koudelka Location shooting of the film 'Ulysse's Gaze', directed by Theo Angelopoulos. Constanta, Romania. 1994. © Josef Koudelka | Magnum Photos

C/O gallery in Berlin presents Josef Koudelka’s first dedicated exhibition in Germany for almost 30 years. The exhibition comprises approximately 120 photographs and projections, and ranges from the Soviet occupation of his homeland in 1968 to his time in exile, and the large-scale photographic project about the wall built by Israel in the West Bank. The exhibition was curated by Xavier Barral in cooperation with Sonia Voss and organized in partnership with the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam.

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