Aby Warburg • Cornell University Library

Tuesday, 1 March 2016

“From the early 1950s [Emila Medková] had begun to haunt specific districts of Prague such as Libeň and Karlín, focusing for instance on streets like Kotce with their cheap shops, and though through the 1960s the precise subject matter of the resulting photographs often grew harder to read, they would remain insistent in their facticity, always showing actual, concrete (and usually static) things.” Krzysztof Fijałkowski • Tate

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