Jaromír Funke

Jaromír Funke (1 August 1896 – 22 March 1945) was a Czech photographer. Funke was a leading figure in Czech photography during the 1920s and 1930s. Funke was recognized for his play of “photographic games” with mirrors, lights, and insignificant objects, such as plates, bottles, or glasses, to create unique works. His still life's created abstract forms and played with shadows looking similar to photograms. His work was thought to be logical, original and expressive in nature. A typical feature of Funke's work would be the “dynamic diagonal."

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Jaromír Funke (1 August 1896 – 22 March 1945) was a Czech photographer. Funke was a leading figure in Czech photography during the 1920s and 1930s. Funke was recognized for his play of “photographic games” with mirrors, lights, and insignificant objects, such as plates, bottles, or glasses, to create unique works. His still life's created abstract forms and played with shadows looking similar to photograms. His work was thought to be logical, original and expressive in nature. A typical feature of Funke's work would be the “dynamic diagonal."

Genres: Fotografie

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