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Exhibition of Photographer Miroslav Gasidlo
5.12.2014 15:45
Exhibition of Photographer Miroslav Gasidlo

Slovak Institute holds the exhibition of the photographer and designer Miroslav Gasidlo.

      The collection of works prepared for the exhibition Reflections includes the Parisian and Venetian series of photos. The focus is on life of modern city observed by Miroslav Gasidlo in reflections of windowpanes, through sunflecks and shadows on surfaces of city architecture. Superimposing and overlaying reflections creates an unusual picture, in which the real meets the beyond.

      In 1980 Miro Gasidlo graduated from the Photography Department at Bratislava High Industrial Polygraph School. Presently he teaches photography and design at the Higher School of Fine Arts. Miro Gasidlo had his personal exhibitions in Bratislava in 2008 and 2011 and in the Czech Republic in 2012.

      The exhibition will run at the address 27, 2nd Brestskaya Street till December 22. 




Author: Vera Ivanova

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