Saudek opens a gallery

THE PICASSO Gallery in the western Slovak town of Partizánske has been inaugurated with a display of photographs by the world-famous, controversial Czech artist Jan Saudek. The 35 exhibited photographs include some of Saudek's most famous works, but consist primarily of those created over the last five years.

THE PICASSO Gallery in the western Slovak town of Partizánske has been inaugurated with a display of photographs by the world-famous, controversial Czech artist Jan Saudek. The 35 exhibited photographs include some of Saudek's most famous works, but consist primarily of those created over the last five years.

The exhibition is open daily from 12:00 to 21:00 until February 28. The gallery is located in the town's centre, in its Pedestrian Zone.

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