World-renowned Czech photographer Josef Koudelka presented his book Návraty, or Returns, at the Museum of Applied Arts in Prague on Thursday in connection with an exhibit of the same name and in celebration of his 80th birthday.
The exhibition, which runs until September 23, is arranged chronologically in seven sections, each comprising an individual thematic series. Among them is Invasion 68, his reportage series on the crushing of the Prague Spring, which forced to leave the country in 1970.
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