A set of large black-and-white photographs is on display at the Pavillion of the Holy See at the Venice Biennale. They were taken by the Czech photographer Josef Koudelka. The power of his panoramic black and white photographs tells of the opposition of man to the world and to moral and natural laws, and material destruction deriving from the loss of ethical meaning.
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