Hana Jakrlova was born in born in Czechoslovakia in 1969. She studied architecture in Prague, and subsequently photography at the Institute of Creative Photography in Opava. She has lived in London, Paris and New York, where she studied at the international centre of photography.
Images used in photojournalism today look, to me, like fragments of reality snatched from a complex world which is essentially indescribable.
[…] Photojournalism today is a heroic thing. It is an old song, a last raised voice.
Promote those photographers and writers who reorganise our chaotic world in images or texts, while at the same time assigning meaning.