Washington embassy exhibits photographs by Robo Kočan

AN EXHIBITION of photographs by Slovak Robo Kočan opened at the Koloman Sokol Gallery of the Slovak Embassy in Washington D.C. on February 18.

The display called Príbehy nočnej lampy (Stories of a Bedside Lamp) represents mainly the photographer's work from his recent stay in Cleveland, Ohio.

Another part of the exhibition is a series of self-portraits, the news wire TASR reported.

Compiled by Beata Balogová from press reports
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