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Alžběta Jungrová uses her photographic reportage to capture the many layers of human emotion, whether through traditional photography, collages, or video projections. At present, she is experimenting on the intersection of the photographic image with glass.



She started photography at primary school, graduated from the Secondary Industrial School of Graphic Arts in Hellichova Street. She then worked for the daily MF Dnes and for the editorial offices of Hospodářské and Lidové noviny. From 2000 to 2002 she lived and worked in the USA and London.


She considers the genres of documentary and reportage to be the basis of her work, as she is interested in the lives and fates of her contemporaries. She has travelled to various parts of the world to pursue her subjects and has often photographed in liminal situations. Among other things, she received an honorable mention from Czech Press Photo for her reportage on drugs on the Afghan-Pakistan border, a series of photographs of children working in a brick factory in Peshawar, Pakistan, and a UNHCR award for her photographs from a Burmese refugee camp in Bangladesh.


She is currently a freelance photographer, represented by 4D Photo, one of the most prestigious agencies in the commercial photography industry. She has worked on several documentary and time-lapse documentaries, and has been commissioned to create documentary photography, commercials, and portraits. She is involved in many charity projects.


In his free work, he now explores and visualizes the theme of human emotions and the search for boundaries within oneself, whether in classical photographic form, collage or video-projection. He also uses non-traditional materials such as textiles, glass, mirrors or plexiglass to print his photographs.


She is one of the founding members of the group 400ASA.



Selection of exhibitions:



2006: 3xF Fußball, Frauen, Photography, ARD-Hauptstadtstudio, Berlin

2010: Interworlds, Sculpture Gallery, Hořice

2011: Blue Light Tonite, DOX Centre for Contemporary Art, Prague, book of the same name 2011

2012: NY diary, Saatchi gallery, London

2015: NY City, Popup Studio, Prague

2016: Imaginarium, Leica Gallery, Prague

2017: Black and White World, Nikon Photo Gallery, Prague

2018: After Night Comes Morning, White Pearl Gallery, Prague

2018: My City, Czech Cultural Center, Tel Aviv

2019: Burlesque!, Veletržní palác - Národní galerie, Prague

2019: Exit, Trafo Gallery, Prague, publication of the same name 2019

2022: E-motion disconnected, Benedictine Monastery, Rajhrad


molten-glass sculpture and photography
Lhotský glassworks, Jungrová photography studio

Co-operation with Zdeňkem Lhotským (1956)


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