Robert Janás

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Robert Janás
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Robert Janás
Born 30 April 1973 (1973-04-30)
Brno, Czech Republic
Nationality Czech
Field Photography, Poetry, History of Art
Training Masarykova University
Movement Stuckism

Robert Janás (born 30 April 1973) is a Czech Stuckist Photographer and poet. He founded The Prague Stuckists in 2004, and has curated shows of the group and held solo photography shows.

He has two books of poems, Blue Mist and Lamps of Emerald. He won the poetry prizes, Dies Academicus in 1998 and Šrámkova Sobotka in 1999 and 2000. He has also written papers on 19th-century painting and contemporary art, as well as articles in magazines including Art & Antiques.[1]

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  1. ^ Charles Thomson, Robert Janás, Edward Lucie-Smith, "The Enemies of Art: The Stuckists" (2011), p. 116, Victoria Press, ISBN 978-0-907165-31-6.