Jan Pohribný

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Jan Pohribný
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Born (1961-02-08) February 8, 1961 (age 53)
Prague
Nationality Czech
Occupation Photographer

Jan Pohribný (born 1961) is a Czech photographer.[1][2][3][4][5]

Education[edit]

Experience[edit]

Since 1986 he works as a free lance photographer-artist. On top of his artistic works he works predominantly in the field of design and illustration photography. He co-operates with a number of leading agencies, companies and magazines at home-country and abroad. Since 1990 he is a member of Professional Photographers Association and a member of Prague House of Photography, where he acted (1992–1997) as a lector as well as main coordinator at Summer Workshop Program of PHP. Since 2003 he is a member of its executive board Since 1995 he is a founding member and president of Society for Únětician Culture Renovation. Since 1998 he works as part-time teacher at Silesian University, Institute of Creative Photography. He leads number of workshops home and abroad.[6][7]

Since 2000 he gives regularly the lectures at Polytechnic Art School in Imatra (FIN). In 2006 he was working as artist in residence in Finland's Southern Savonia region.

Awards[edit]

Award of City Arles, R.I.P. Arles (F), 1990

  • 2. prize in Czech Press Photo, Art and Culture Category, Prague (CZ), 1995
  • 2. prize in Czech Press Photo, Nature and Environment Category, Prague (CZ), 1997
  • 3. prize in Czech Press Photo, Art and Culture Category, Prague (CZ), 2001
  • Title Qualified European Photographer, by FEP, Brussel (B), 2001


Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kůs, Tomáš (2009-02-18). "Inscenovaná krajina Jana Pohribného" (in Czech). Czech Radio. Retrieved 31 May 2011. 
  2. ^ "Jan Pohribný - Návrat ke kořenům" (in Czech). ARTmagazin.eu. Retrieved 31 May 2011. 
  3. ^ Mlčoch, Jan; Birgus, Vladimír (2010). Czech Photography of the 20th Century. Prague: KANT. pp. 259, 320, 328, 330, 373. ISBN 978-80-7437-027-4. 
  4. ^ Jan Pohribný (photo) & Richards, J (introduction) (2007). Magic Stones; the secret world of ancient megaliths. London: Merrell. ISBN 978-1-85894-413-5
  5. ^ http://books.google.com/books?id=pJYbAQAAMAAJ&q=%22Jan+Pohribn%C3%BD%22&dq=%22Jan+Pohribn%C3%BD%22&as_brr=0&cd=1
  6. ^ http://www.itf.cz/pohribny.php
  7. ^ http://artlist.cz/?id=980