Girls, mountains, war and clouds: the life’s work of renowned Czech photographer Ladislav Sitenský in 100 shots

This May marks the centenary of the birth of Ladislav Sitenský, among the
most celebrated Czech photographers of the 20th century. He’s perhaps
best known today for his iconic World War II work documenting the Nazi
occupation of his homeland and lives of his fellow servicemen in the
RAF’s Czechoslovak 312th squadron. But for over seven decades, Sitenský
– who was also an accomplished sportsman, essayist and novelist –
lovingly turned his lens to the people and architecture of Prague and other
European capitals.

Wednesday, May 15, 2019