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Something for all tastes

A little bit of everything is included in the photography exhibition that will open next week at Opus 39 Gallery in Nicosia.

A Little Bit of Everything by Bojana Loizou promises to provide the visitor with a variety of photographic work, not only in the subjects she photographs but also the different techniques that she employs.

Bojana’s photographic development was influenced by the style of FAMU (Academy of Performing Arts in Prague) – the fifth oldest film school in the world, whose graduates include many influential filmmakers and scriptwriters, many of whom are known internationally as Oscar winners and laureates of international film festivals. Its department of photography was founded in 1975, making it one of the oldest institutions in Europe. The school is located right in the centre of Prague and their unique specialisation is the interconnection of classical photography techniques with contemporary multi-media trends.

Bojana Loizou was born in 1978 in Slovenia. She studied Graphic Engineering at the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering in Ljubljana, and continued her studies in the field of photography at FAMU. She followed up her studies at the University of Wales in Newport, where she received a Masters of Fine Art in Documentary Photography.

She has studied, worked and lived in Slovenia, Czech Republic, Germany and Wales and is currently settled in Cyprus. She lives in Nicosia, where she works as an in-house photographer for Neoderma.
Her work has been published and exhibited internationally.

A Little Bit of Everything
Photography exhibition by Bojana Loizou. The exhibition will be opened by Evros Alexandrou, the honorary general consul of Slovenia on Monday, October 29 at 8pm. Until November 10. Opus 39 Gallery, 21 Kimonos Street, Nicosia. Tel: 22-424983,

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