Night pictures at Washington's gallery


TALENTED young Slovak photographer Robo Kočan brings his pictures to the Koloman Sokol Gallery in Washington, DC. Entitled Stories by Night-light, the exhibition opens on February 18.
Kočan was born in 1968 in the eastern Slovak town of Poprad. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Bratislava in 1996 and studied at The Nottingham Trend University in Great Britain and Ecole Nationale des Beaux Arts in Dijon, France. He has participated in many individual and group exhibitions all over the world.

TALENTED young Slovak photographer Robo Kočan brings his pictures to the Koloman Sokol Gallery in Washington, DC. Entitled Stories by Night-light, the exhibition opens on February 18.

Kočan was born in 1968 in the eastern Slovak town of Poprad. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Bratislava in 1996 and studied at The Nottingham Trend University in Great Britain and Ecole Nationale des Beaux Arts in Dijon, France. He has participated in many individual and group exhibitions all over the world.

The Koloman Sokol Gallery can be found at 3523 International Court, NW, Washington, DC. To attend the exhibition's opening at 19:00 on Wednesday, confirm your attendance by February 17 at (202) 237-1054, ext. 212 or 213.

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