In Uzhgorod, an exhibition of Czech-Slovak photographers with Ukrainian roots has opened  30 October 2012 15:38  5523553 024095

Today, October 30, at 15.00 in the Transcarpathian Museum of Folk Architecture and Life, an exhibition "Czech and Slovak photographers with Ukrainian roots" has opened. It presents the works of the famous Prague photoartist Jan Pogribnyi, Taras Kushchinsky (1932-1983), who was one of the first Czech photographers in the genre of nude portraiture and portraiture in nature, Radka Tsihlerova-Kushchinska who continues his father's work and is known primarily for landscape photography in many parts of the world and so on.

The exhibition will run until November 12.

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