Lukas Dvorak

Above the Fjords

2015 / 2015
Limited Edition, Edition of: 150, Signed
Limited Edition, Edition of: 150, Signed
23.6 x 17.7
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47.2 x 35.4

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Mounted under acrylic glass, depth 2 mm matte, Frameless, 47.2 x 35.4" (External dimensions)

Floater frame Tokyo, profile width: 20 mm, with acrylic glass matte, Black, 49.4 x 37.6" (External dimensions)

On premium paper. Not mounted or framed. Shipped rolled.

$ 649.00
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Background Information about Lukas Dvorak
First Impression

By presenting his models’ flawless, feminine curves in breathtaking scenery, Lukáš Dvořák contrasts their beauty with extraordinary, raw, and wild settings. Through the interplay of nature and nudity, his scenes carry an air of simplicity and pureness. “Lago di Como” and “Aida” were taken in Italy and Portugal respectively, in settings the Czech artist discovered on his travels.

The artist describes his style as simple. As he explained in an interview, “First and foremost, you must respect the beauty of a woman to capture it in its finest, most impressive form. The three elements of lighting, pose, and facial expression…must be dominated by simple, straight lines.” His works betray no hint of the considerable time often required to find the perfect pose. A natural appearance is the most important factor for Dvořák; he presents his photographs in a timeless, pure aesthetic, devoting himself to the female nude with composure and continual innovation. The models have an authentic appearance and display a strong sense of character.

Dvořák limits his colour photography to commissions. As he explains, “I’m not a big fan of colour in portraits. For me, all the extra information that comes along with it seems to make photos void of emotion or character.  Black and whites feel more beautiful and charismatic; they are better storytellers.”

One of the most famous Czech photographers of his generation, Lukáš Dvořák rose to international prominence during the many years he spent working in Milan. Although his specialty is black and white nude photography, he has also shot images for renowned magazines such as Harper’s Bazaar, Vanity Fair, and Cosmopolitan.

Hannah Hör
1982Born in Prague, Czech Republic
2008-2010Worked as a fashion photographer in Milan, Italy
2010-PresentFreelance fashion photographer in Prague, Czech Republic
Lives and works in Prague, Czech Republic
2013Embassy of the Czech Republic, Accra, Ghana
Galerie Vinicni Altan, Prague, Czech Republic
Prague Photo Festival, Prague, Czech Republic
Festival International de la photographie de mode, Cannes, France
2012Prague Photo Festival, Prague, Czech Republic
Festival International de la photographie de mode, Cannes, France
2011Prague Photo Festival, Prague, Czech Republic
Festival International de la photographie de mode, Cannes, France
2010First Impression, Leica Galerie Prague, Prague, Czech Republic
2009Congress Centre, Prague, Czech Republic
2005New Zealand, Hidden Café & Galerie, Prague, Czech Republic
New Zealand, Cultural Centre Novodvorská, Prague, Czech Republic
2004Nora Galerie, Prague, Czech Republic