Boháč's snapshots of light

PHOTO-Pictures, an exhibition of works by Igor Boháč, highlights parts of the photographer's oeuvre at Bratislava's Open Gallery at Baštová 5 through February 20.
The exhibition features works in three cycles from 2000 to 2004: Wooden Village, Impressions (landscape compositions), and Body (studio work).

photo: Igor Boháč

PHOTO-Pictures, an exhibition of works by Igor Boháč, highlights parts of the photographer's oeuvre at Bratislava's Open Gallery at Baštová 5 through February 20.

The exhibition features works in three cycles from 2000 to 2004: Wooden Village, Impressions (landscape compositions), and Body (studio work). "This is a result of my fascination with playing with light and capturing the authentic moment that is never repeated," Boháč says.

Boháč, born 1965, works with black-and-white and coloured photographic techniques. His takes photographs for magazines and his works are on display in several private collections.


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