Above Eva Fuková’s cradle, two Fates had a dispute. First brought palette and brush, the second, a modern day Fate, held camera. From 1939 to 1951 she took pictures with Leica, then Rolleiflex and Nikon. She entered the digital era with Canon in hand and have been faithful to it ever since. Today, thanks to a lapse of time, we already know which one has prevailed: Eva Fuková ranks between the legendary founding figures of the Czech photography.
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