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The Museum of Avant-garde

Miroslav Hák

Czech Republic (1911—1978)
Son of a photographer, Hák started to work autonomously in 1925, in Prague and Bratislava. In 1937 he began collaborating with the D34 Theatre of Prague as a photographer and few years later he worked in the film industry. From 1942 he joined the Group 42 of Czech avant-garde artists. He continued to work as a photographer at the Institute of Art Theory and History of Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences from 1954 until the end of his career.

Holešovice

Original photography / Gelatin silver print / 27.5 x 18.3 cm / 1943 / © Estate of Miroslav Hák

Untitled

Original photography / Gelatin silver print / 12.5 x 16.4 cm / 1938 / © Estate of Miroslav Hák

Arcade

Original photography / Gelatin silver print / 27.5 x 19 cm / 1945 / © Estate of Miroslav Hák

On the balcony

Original photography / Gelatin silver print / 21 x 26.9 cm / 1944 / © Estate of Miroslav Hák

Billboard

Original photography / Gelatin silver print / 27 x 18.5 cm / 1938 / © Estate of Miroslav Hák

Untitled

Original photography / Gelatin silver print / 12.5 x 16.4 cm / 1944 / © Estate of Miroslav Hák

Town corner

Original photography / Gelatin silver print / 20.9 x 26.5 cm / 1942 / © Estate of Miroslav Hák

Rainy day

Original photography / Gelatin silver print / 24.6 x 19.2 cm / 1960 / © Estate of Miroslav Hák

Staircase

Original photography / Gelatin silver print / 21.8 x 27.4 cm / 1964 / © Estate of Miroslav Hák

In the courtyard

Original photography / Gelatin silver print / 21.5 x 26 cm / 1942 / © Estate of Miroslav Hák

Untitled

Original photography / Gelatin silver print / 12.5 x 17.4 cm / 1944 / © Estate of Miroslav Hák

Arcade

Original photography / Gelatin silver print / 23 x 19.1 cm / 1966 / © Estate of Miroslav Hák

Window

Original photography / Gelatin silver print / 21 x 25.1 cm / 1958 / © Estate of Miroslav Hák

Wall

Original photography / Gelatin silver print / 23.9 x 19.2 cm / 1943 / © Estate of Miroslav Hák