Great art is, by necessity, innovative and adaptable. Break the rules, it defies logic, and twists in ways we have never seen before. The photography of Miroslav Tichý take everything we think we know about photography and turns, giving us a catalog of works that is at the same time, regardless, significantly incomplete and full. Where many photographers are used to treat their work with gentle hands, burns Tichý corners heating them and then stack the photos in stacks and let succumb to events. Fortunately, there is still enough of his work, that we can allow a glimpse into the mind of this eccentric and brilliant artist.