NEWS | September 24, 2015
Nearly two dozen large-format color photographs drawn from yesterday Karel Kitta, student of Jindřich Štreit at the Institute of Creative Photography in Opava in the basement cafe Amadeus in Olomouc Archdiocesan Museum.
Photos evoke the artists perception of the world blind and deaf grandmother, with whom since childhood communicate together only by touch, when he wrote the letters of words in her palm.
"The Czech photography is a peculiar conceptual approach that tries to reconstruct the emotional world of a blind man," said curator Štěpánka Bieleszová. Captured through the lens of a specific environment in which the limited moving, objects which are touched and loved ones who surrounded her.
"The opening of our surprised us an unprecedented interest in the exhibition in nontraditional cellars," added Bieleszová.
The photographs will be in the basement cafe Amadeus exposed to 15 November.