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Latent Revolutions

The exhibition of three female photographers from former Czechoslovakia combines three specific approaches trying to find the inner freedom in the world that, for quite objective reasons, seems to be unbalanced, imperfect, or even limiting.

This is a pilot project of a newly established Milota Havránková Foundation, in cooperation with the Central European House of Photography, Bratislava City Gallery, and the Department of Photography and New Media, Academy of Fine Arts in Bratislava.

Each photographer has developed an authentic and distinctive photographic language through which she finds inner freedom, balance or the essentials that might be invisible at first sight.

The works of each artist focus on a different period ranging from hectic sixties and seventieth as seen by Milota Havránková through the post-normalisation calm of the eighties by Libuše Jarcovjáková to post-revolution presence as performed by Zuzana Pustaiová.

The exhibition offers a multidimensional photographic picture of our recent history and presence. This picture has been marked by a strong will of the artists to preserve their creative freedom, which would allow them to latently and consistently resist and reach personal and (perhaps also) social catharsis.