During his long, illustrious career as a photographer, Pavel Jasanský (*1938) worked with many artists and musicians. As a uncategorizable loner, he worked in genres such as documentaries, portrait art and also radical, distinctive inter-media fusion. The focal point of his intimate, anniversary retrospective is the series, New Landscape, New Inhabitants (1985-90), which captures the apparent reality of dying totalitarianism. The latter is complemented by his pioneering installation, Viewer (1989), which combines large-format, repainted photographs and video-art statues. The exhibition closes out the long-term project, Signed Portraits, which summarizes Jasanský’s life-long ties to his impressive, extensive album with photos of friends and peers.