The Trial of Franz Kafka

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Published by:
Alex Braverman
Square / 8" x 8"
226 pages Perfect-bound
cityscape, culture, dark, emotional, fine art, Franz Kafka, impressionism, photography, prague

Franz Kafka is one of the major writers of the 20th century, who foretold the totalitarian societies, in which an individual is irrelevant, the Law is inaccessible, and death – first spiritual and then physical – is inevitable.

This photo book is a tribute to his life and work, depicting Prague, his hometown, the way he may have seen it. This is an impressionist perspective of despair amidst the beauty of a European capital, the streets that he roamed, the buildings he had seen, the culture that created him. These are the vistas of bright lit streets and generally happy people, living unaware under the evil of the sky (the powers that be) that is about to crush them.

Alex Braverman is the winner of numerous international awards in Fine Art photography. His artist's statement: "Photography is about what does not meet the eye."

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The Trial of Franz Kafka

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