"Josef Koudelka: Nationality Doubtful"

"Czechoslovakia (Kadaň)", from the series "Gypsies", 1963, printed 1967.
Photograph courtesy of Pace/MacGill Gallery "Czechoslovakia (Kadaň)", from the series "Gypsies", 1963, printed 1967.

Czech-born, French photographer Josef Koudelka documented the 1968 Soviet-led invasion of Czechoslovakia, capturing iconic images of a largely undocumented moment in history. The retrospective exhibition "Nationality Doubtful" gathers original vintage prints, period publications and unpublished study materials, presenting one of the most complete collections of his work to date. The photos on display follow Koudelka's travels across Europe in the 1970s and 1980s, documenting a period of profound change.

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