Czech-born Marek Boguszak is a photographer based in Prague. Greatly influenced by the aesthetics of Josef Sudek, Ansel Adams and Alfred Stieglitz, his body of work is an exploration of abstractions in landscape and classic photography representation. From analog to digital, black and white or color, Marek developed his visual vocabulary by working with sophisticated processing and printing techniques, both analog using silver gelatin and digital under glass.




- The Curator's Lab, Zurich, 'Beyond Experimentation', June 2 - 28

- PhotoPlace Gallery, Vermont, USA, 'Quiet landscape', May / June

- Colorida del Arte Gallery, Lisbon, June

- O'Hanlon Center for the Arts, Mills Valley, USA, 'Strictly Abstract', June


- Czech Embassy, Bern, Vintage Prague (including unique photos from 1970s), September - December