UNtIL FEB. 26
Called The Poet of Prague, this shy, one armed-photographer was given a camera after the loss of his limb in the First World War. He produced some of the most haunting images of the gardens, parks, and streets of his beloved city — though often devoid of people. Sudek’s images — some famously shot through the window of his studio — are melancholic and romantic in composition, painterly in appearance, and reflect his experience before and after the war. The Intimate World of Josef Sudek at the National Gallery of Canada is the first major show to examine the photographer’s life and work during this period.