Essay by Karel Srp.
Published by Torst
Associated with the Surrealists, painter, poet, writer ,and photographer Jindrich Styrsky first exhibited his photographs at the Group of Surrealists exhibition in Prague in 1935. His photographs, chiefly of shop windows, circuses, shooting galleries and funereal objects, resonates with the Surrealist poetry of the early 1930s, but are also rooted directly in his own unique imagination.
STATUS: Out of Print | 11/30/2012
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