Whether photographing avant-garde theatre, gypsies on the steppes
of Eastern Europe, resistance to Soviet guns and tanks advancing on
Prague, or the environmental degradation of a crumbled empire,
Josef Koudelka has consistently produced images that provoke a
connection to the larger questions of human existence. This book is
the first to unite all his most eloquent images, and is the
ultimate volume on this key figure in 20th-century photography.