Black and white film photo of two boys with jumpers pulled over their head giggling at each other.

Markéta Luskačová

Stills Centre for Photography

This summer Stills presents the first exhibition in Scotland dedicated to the work of Prague-born, UK-based photographer, Markéta Luskačová.

The exhibition includes work made over a 40 year period, and concentrates on Luskačová‘s photographs exploring the lives of children, an interest of hers which permeates almost all of her work. There were several years when this was the main subject of her photography, as seen in the series Citizen 2000 (1986-2000) and in her work from the 1960s onwards, including her documentation of Pilgrims; Juvenile Jazz Bands in the North of England; Durham Cathedral and Chorister School; London markets; Chiswick Women’s Aid; and carnivals in the Czech Republic.

Supported by Creative Scotland and City of Edinburgh Council.

Event

Markéta Luskačová

Date & Time

12 August – 7 October

Tue – Sat

11am—6pm

Venue

Stills Centre for Photography

23 Cockburn St, Edinburgh, EH1 1BP

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0131 622 6200

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Visitor information

  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Toilets
  • Shop

Ticket Information

Free, drop-in

Header image credit: Markéta Luskačová, Two boys with their jumpers over their heads, 1988. © Markéta Luskačová.

Stills Centre for Photography

23 Cockburn St, Edinburgh, EH1 1BP

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