Artist Talk: Markéta Luskačová

12 Aug 2023

Join us at Stills for an artist talk by Czech-born, UK-based photographer Markéta Luskačová
11am - 1pm


Three choristers during the rehearsal at Durham Cathedral (2000), courtesy Markéta Luskačová

On the occasion of the opening of her exhibition at Stills, the photographer Markéta Luskačova will give an illustrated talk about her work and life in photography.

About Markéta Luskačová:

Luskačová was born in 1944 and became a freelance photographer in 1968 whilst undertaking postgraduate studies in Photography at the Academy of Film and Fine Arts, Prague. She relocated to London in 1975 and was a Nominee Photographer with Magnum Photographic Agency, Paris from 1976-80. Since 1971, Luskačová’s work has featured in exhibitions around the world and notable solo exhibitions have been held at the V&A, London (1983-84); Bethnal Green Museum of Childhood, then a branch of the V&A, London (1989) Whitechapel Gallery, London (1991); Stills Gallery, Sydney, Australia (1998); Leica Gallery, Prague (2014); Tate Britain, London (2018-19); and The Martin Parr Foundation, Bristol (2019).

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