Mgr. Igor Malijevský,

born in Prague in 1970, graduated in theoretical physics and studied several years of philosophy at Charles University in Prague. Since 1995, he has concentrated on photography and literature.


Representation in Collections:

Museet for Fotokunst, Odense, Denmark
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, USA.

Sarah Morthland Collection, New York, USA

John Cleary Collection, Houston, USA

and more


Gallery representation

PDNB Dallas, USA

Doma Gallery, Charlotte NC, USA

Henry Gregg Gallery, New York, USA


Main individual exhibitions:

2003 – The Photographic Eye, Gallery of Fotofest, Huston, USA

2006 – Imago Fotokunst, Berlin, Germany
2006 – Czech Centre Sofia, Bulgaria
2007 – Czech Centre Budapest, Hungary

2008 – Photographs Do Not Bend Gallery, Dallas, USA

2012 – Stern Verlag Gallery, Kassel, Germany

2013 – Central European House of Photography, Bratislava, Slovakia

2013 - Prague Town Hall (with Roman Burda), Prague, Czech Republic

2016 - The signs of Lviv, Czech Centre Prague, Czech Republic
2016 - The Signs of Lviv, Museum of Etnography Lviv, Ukraine

2017 - Gallery Vltavin, Prague, Czech Republic


Main group exhibitions

2006 - Museet for Fotokuns, Odense, Denmark (In the Shadow of the Shadow)

2008 - Fotomuseum Den Haag, Holland, (Empty Paradise)

2008 – PDNB Dallas, USA (Contemporary Czech Photography)

2010 - Doma Gallery, Charlotte NC, USA (Mysticism, Apparations, Dreams)

2010 - Henry Gregg Gallery, New York, USA, (In the Zone - with Robert Frank, Gordon Parks and others)

2011 - Seoul Photo 2011, Seoul, South Korea

2012 – See+ Gallery, Beijing, China (with Ivan Pinkava, Miro Svolik, Fano and others)

2013 - Brick House Gallery, Taipei (Czech Contemporary Photography)

Books and other public activities:

Bělomorka, Protis 2003, poems

Družba, Protis 2005, short stories

The Signs, 2006, photobook, Limited edition of 100, English text

U Zívalů, Protis 2011, CD with a music group "Hlinomazův Apetit"

Druhy den po konci sveta (The Second Day after End of the World), 2013, poems

Cooperation with Prague theatre Archa (Monthly literary cabaret "EKG")

Cooperation with Czech Radio



Czech Press Photo award 1999

Czech Press Photo award 2003


Workshops / Pedagogy

Private workshops from 2000 – 2008

Workshop for National Gallery 2009

Workshops for Fotoskola Brno, 2012, 2013