Daniel Šperl: Study of Light over One Day

photographic site-specific installation
St. Benedict chapel
Plasy Monastery 1996

A series of photographs capturing the changing light in the cupola of the St. Bernard Chapel throughout twenty-four hours.

Daniel Šperl (born 1966 in Tábor) currently lives and works in Prague. From 1986 to 1990, he studied at the Institute for Creative Photography of the Union of Czech Photographers. In 1991, he began studying photography at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (FAMU), Department of Still Photography - initially part-time, but full-time from 1993. He spent part of studies in France and in Japan at the invitation of the Japanese Photographic Association. He completed his MFA degree at FAMU in 1999, where he is now preparing his doctoral thesis. He has undegone extensive stays in the US from 2000 to 2004. The Leica Gallery Prague, which he works closely with, has been representing him for several years. He also works as a freelance cameraman. 

Daniel Šperl specializes in black and white and documentary photography, and publishes both at home and abroad.

The photographer Daniel Šperl is represented by Leica Gallery Prague.

[taken from the site https://www.lgp.cz/en/photographers/daniel-sperl-2.html]