from MUTANTSPACE magazine: "Milan Kubik’s photographs are dark, gothic images, pictures that seem fitting when you realise that Kubik lives in the same city as the great writer Franz Kafka whose surreal novels, filled with the themes of alienation and psychological brutality, had a profound influence on existential theory in the 20th Century. Kubik is an analog photographer, his work with film giving his pictures a grit, a dark undercurrent, that extenuates his grim, haunting images of Prague. Kubik sees his pictures as being a battle between good and evil when good wins but only at a price. In that sense they are morality tales, images that hope for better in the midst of a shrouded menace lurking in the shadows of this ancient city. The photos are the beginning of a journey of self discovery for this young Czech photographer and it will be interesting to see where he goes with it, how much deeper he travels into the Gothic world of his own history and place."