The publishing house Delpire has reissued expanded versions of two book by Josef Koudelka, Exils and Gitans.
Exils - 1970. After reporting on the Soviet invasion, Josef Koudelka renounced his Czech citizenship, becoming stateless and embarking on a long journey into exile. Crossing European borders as a free man, he photographed what he saw: places, objects, people. These images of life exude an unparalleled depth and power.
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