Výstaviště Brno (Brno Exhibition Centre)
Snímeček, prosím? (Photo, anyone?) – our top professional photographers
our top professional photographers and their view of the festival
In the old days, amateur photographers used to walk around and offer to immortalize families. The RE:PUBLIKA festival has invited professional photographers to do the same. Eight top photographers will offer eight original points of view. They will have various focuses – they’ll create documentary, portrait, marketing, journalist, and street photos. Each photographer will approach the project with their own creative intentions, and the result will be an original photographic document – a mix of various approaches to capturing reality.
Eight days, eight prominent contemporary Czech photographers, and eight different perspectives on the Festival. Some will prepare their concepts beforehand, while others will adjust the final concept to the location, current situation and atmosphere on the day of photographing.
And who are the chosen ones and when can you meet them at the Festival?
26/5/2018: Antonín Kratochvíl
27/5/2018: Jan Šibík
2/6/2018: Jindřich Štreit
3/6/2018: Dita Pepe
9/6/2018: Karel Cudlín
10/6/2018: Tomáš Třeštík
16/6/2018: Markéta Navrátilová
17/6/2018: Bohdan Holomíček
The event belongs to the RE:PUBLIKA Festival.
Interesting places nearby
VIDA! Science Centre
The science amusement park lies close to the Exhibition Grounds
Pavilion A was originally the ‘Pavilion of Industry and Commerce’
Pavilion’s construction based primarily on glass and steel
This four-storey building feels like a department store
A 45-metre tower is the pavilion’s most fascinating element
The newest pavilion on the grounds is also the largest
The monumental cupola dominates the western panorama
Cinema – theatre – café
This building by Emil Králík served as a cinema and theatre
Bauer Chateau (Bauerův zámeček)
The chateau is the oldest building at the exhibition grounds