Ickovic Paul

1944 · United States

Artist biography

Paul Ickovic, born in 1944, was thirteen when he emigrated with his family to the United States via Czechoslovakia and Colombia. His lineage is among the great documentary and street photographers.

His works are in many private and public collections such as Museum of Modern Art, New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris, International Center of Photography, New York, Philadelphia Museum of Art, National Museum of the Czech Republic, Prague, gifted from Guggenheim Museum collection, Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, NY, De Cordova Museum, Lincoln, Massachusetts, Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Smithsonian Museum, Washington, DC, New York Public Library, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts, Mead Art Museum, University of Massachusetts, Hampshire College and Smith College. Ickovic received AIGA best books awards for his book Kafka’s Grave and Other Stories (essay by David Mamet).

Ickovic Paul

  • Related Artists

Didn't you find any works that interested you? Let us help you!

If you are interested in seeing other available works by this artist we will get in touch with galleries that represent this artist and get back to you.