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On this page you will find information about how Jaromir Stephany's work is being used and other announcements. Be sure to check back often because we are contantly adding new things all the time. If you see anything that interests you or have questions about using Mr. Stephany's work for some purpose, please use the information on our contact page to communicate with us directly.

Albin O. Kuhn Library & Gallery

The Jaromir Stephany papers archive, stored in Special Collections at UMBC, contains records relating to Stephany's work as a photographer and educator, as well as his personal papers. Included in this collection are professional and personal correspondence, teaching materials, personal photographs, genealogical records, and files from Stephany's exhibitions. There are also personal writings, interviews of Stephany, and audio-recordings of lectures by other photographers. Please visit personal papers for more information.

Personal Papers


The show "Light as Medium: The TOPS Collection" is currently on display at the Tokyo Photographic Art Museum. It will run from Mar. 2 through Jun. 5 2022. This exhibition will showcase work by reknown photographers such as Ansel Adams and Alfred Stieglitz as well as our own esteemed Jaromir Stephany. Please visit the museum website for more information.


Tom Beck authored a detailed account of Jaromir Stephany's work begining in the 1950's up until 2010. It is the first and hopefully not the last full account of Jaromir Stephany's incredible jouney from a combat photographer into one of the best known abstract photographers in the world today. Places where it can be purchased can be found in the links below or by contacting the Special Collections department at UMBC.


Below are just a few of the selected images taken by Roger Miller of Mr. Stephany's retrospective exhibition, which was on display in the Albin O. Kuhn Gallery at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. The exhibtion took place April 5th and ran through June 30th, with a special memorial event to honorate Mr. Stephany who passed away at his home on April 14, 2010 . For more information about the show, please visit the Albin O. Kuhn Library & Gallery website. Also on this page is a video presentation of the panel discussion about Mr. Stephany's work which also took place on April 14 at the Kuhn's Gallery.

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