|malá galerie Dáša Stránecká: New York|
Dáša Stránecká-Dvořáková, *1971
Studied at this Department in 1989-1996
In 1991 I spent 7 months in New York. It was only about a couple of months after I had learnt how to hold a camera. Yet the people of New York and the city itself are so photogenic that there isn't much of my skills in the photographs. It was all there. All I had to do was push a button on my Minolta Hi-Matic F.
Sometimes the photographed objects didn't like the idea of being photographed by a stranger and shouted at me or even chased after me but usually it was fine. Some of the people in the photographs are my friends, others represent just glimpses caught in the streets of New York. Some are taken during demonstrations, others in moments of peace but there is always a great deal of interest in people and their expression. New York is a different city nowadays than it used to be 11 years ago but the people living there would surely be the same treasure for a photographer today.
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