Radek Brousil's work oscillates between photography, objects, and installation. For some time now, he has been focusing on the analysis of the photographic medium. Previously – as a finalist, and later a winner of the Oskár Čepan Award 2015 – his work reflected the production and business strategies in the photographic industry, part of which involves the inequality of the photographic subject based on the color of their skin. Solo exhibitions: St-Francis Comes To Montreal, Parisian Laundry Gallery, Montreal, Canada, 2008; Study Of A Young Man, Karlin Studios, Prague, Czech Rep. 2009; Image vs Reflection, 35m2 Gallery, Prague, 2009; Untitled 9 - Untitled 15, Fotograf Gallery, Prague, 2011; Untitled 19,Untitled 21, Atelier Josef Sudek, Prague, 2012; Variations, Ferdinand Baumann Gallery, Prague, 2012; Studio Works, OPEN Gallery, Bratislava, 2013; Studio Works, Fotograf Gallery, Prague, 2014; Hands Clasped, FAIT Gallery Brno, 2015; Black & White Photography, Jeleni Gallery, Prague, 2016; Black & White in Photography, Prague City Gallery, 2016; Kodak over Fuji unless you want Fuji, Youkobo Art Space, Tokyo Japan, 2016. Group exhibitions include PTV PRESENTS - Galerie Espace - Montreal, Canada, 2007; GET A LIFE, Fonderie Darling, Montreal, Can., 2007; 9th International Biennial Of Photography And Visual Arts, Liège, Belgium, 2014; Photography Is Magic - Aperture Foundation, New York, 2016.