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Galleries pull in the crowds

EXHIBITIONS by painter and graphic artist Albín Brunovský, glassmaker Ján Zoričák, and The Month of Photography are sure to be among the main attractions for visitors to Bratislava's galleries for the duration of this year.

EXHIBITIONS by painter and graphic artist Albín Brunovský, glassmaker Ján Zoričák, and The Month of Photography are sure to be among the main attractions for visitors to Bratislava's galleries for the duration of this year.

So far, the biggest attraction has been The Passage by Martin Krén at Pálffy Palace. Over 8,000 visitors stepped into his "magic" passageway created by the reflection of thousands of books onto vertical mirrors. Because The Passage stirred such huge interest, Krén decided to donate his work to the gallery.

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