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Japanese contemporary photography
Košmerl, Nataša ; Musilová, Helena (advisor) ; Silverio, Robert (referee)
Japan was isolated from the world for centuries. And in the 1850s the first changes started to happen, so 1850s are the years of revolutionary changes in Japanese society
Works of Jiří David
Ulver, Filip ; Musilová, Helena (advisor) ; Brachtlová, Michaela (referee) ; Prokůpek, Bohumír (referee)
This thesis is looking at the works of contemporary Czech artist Jiří David from the early 90s of the 20th century until now. The main focus of the thesis is the part of David´s work which either uses or is artistic photography.
Yellow photography
Kolářová, Dana ; Pospiszyl, Tomáš (advisor) ; Musilová, Helena (referee) ; Bárta, Jaroslav (referee)
The aim of this diploma paper is to disclose the "behind-the-scene" and background of particular periods of the yellow press described on the front pages from the very beginning, all its pitfalls to final presentation found in the tabloids itself.
The Slovak documentary self-reflection
Hon, Štěpán ; Musilová, Helena (advisor) ; Kolář, Viktor (referee)
I have devoted my dissertation paper ? The Slovak documentary self-reflection?to the historic development and to the contemporary state of photographic art in Slovakia. Its principal concern are photographic forms which attempt to primarily reflect the time they were created in. It compares the differences between Slovak artists Karel Plicka and Irena Blühova in between the two world wars in Czechoslovakia. It reflects the work of Martin Martineček, Jozef Ort-Šnep and others during the normalization period. The paper?s main focus was to analyze the most recent history. It deals with the photographic and production attempts of the documentary artist Andrej Bána in the nineties; it follows the newly formed perspective of a colored Slovakia headed by Martin Marenčin together with Martin Kollár. It maps the creation and the downfall of the civic society The Slovak Documentary Photography, it marks the fate of the exhibition project Family and it describes the grant programs, issued in the beginning of the millennium that enabled the creation of comprehensive and compact documentary reflections of Slovakia in the times of change. The paper finishes with the description of the innovatory approach of Lucie Nimcova and with the thoughts concerning the border line between a photographic documentary work and conceptual art.
Women photographers in Czech region 1918 - 1939
Kontra, Gabriela ; Silverio, Robert (advisor) ; Scheufler, Pavel (referee) ; Musilová, Helena (referee)
In my master work I write about the period delimitated by the end of the World War I and the beginning of the World War II. I try to create at least several comprehensive profiles of women photographers without judging their importance.
Selfreflection of illness in still photography
Kleinhamplová, Barbora ; Silverio, Robert (advisor) ; Musilová, Helena (referee) ; Kolář, Viktor (referee)
I´m dealing with the selfreflection of some diseases in still photography in several chapters named by the represented disease - cancer, HIV/AIDS, blindness, brain injury.
Teological-aesthetic conventions in work of J. P. Witkin, Cindy Sherman, Ivan Pinkava and Václav Jirásek
Kundera, Jan ; Dvořák, Tomáš (advisor) ; Silverio, Robert (referee) ; Musilová, Helena (referee)
My reflections, quotations and illustrated supplements are to explain how several contemporary photographic authors accomplish the exceeding and shift in common visual forms by using the traditional "sacred" symbolism of the Christian-Jewish cultural tradition.
Romani Theme in Czech Photography
Kubíčková, Dora ; Musilová, Helena (advisor) ; Silverio, Robert (referee) ; Grygar, Štěpán (referee)
Romani people have been a popular subject of Czech photography, mainly the documentary one. This theme is very attractive both by its exoticism and availability. The focus was mainly in the research of sources. We targeted the photographers of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries for whom this theme was crucial - whether they dealt with it on a long-term basis or it appeared in just one of their series.
Hella Heyman/Hammid
Benešová, Pavla ; Dias, Pavel (advisor) ; Musilová, Helena (referee)
Ve své teoretické bakalářské práci jsem se zaměřila na americkou fotografku Hellu Heyman/Hammid. Hella Hammid za svůj život vytvořila nespočetné množství dokumentárních fotografií s dětskou tematikou, které mají velký sociální i sociologický přesah. Její knižní ilustrace jsou důkazem toho, jak precizně zvládala zakázky, ale i svoji volnou tvorbu. Vypovídají o její schopnosti komunikovat s dětmi, ale i o její úžasné invenci a tvůrčí práci.
The way of imaging landscape as mean to expression own opinion
Diringerová, Alžběta ; Musilová, Helena (advisor) ; Bárta, Jaroslav (referee)
The author of this essay was thinking on Jasansky-Polak works, which was compared to an art view of Jan Reich. Paralelly with it she was thinking upon results of a political period of a Czechoslovak history, so called period of normalisation, for contemporary life days. Along with that she remarked Ivan Lutterer works. Logicaly she was leading to think of elementary esthetic cathegories and asked basic questions, as What does it mean "beauty", to find out the searching of that answer has been long life process.

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