“Bills are a burden. Why wouldn’t you scribble on them?”
“Zvonko Čoh shops at Interspar, is insured at Zavarovalnica Maribor, he is a member of the AMZS, a Telemach subscriber, a member of the Association of Slovene Fine Artists Societies ... We can discern all of this from the large bills depicted on canvases, which served him more as an inspiration and the occasional joke (like when Snaga reads as naga, naked)."
"These are serious studies, a true eruption – exactly thirty works – of artistic depictions, created during the last few years,” wrote Jelka Šutej Adamič in her Delo article."
You are welcome to join us at the last guided tour of his exhibition, "Capriccio – I Doodle over Whatever I See", this coming Monday, 8 February, on the Slovenian Cultural Holiday. The tour starts at 4.00 p.m. at the City Art Gallery.