Telling Their Story: Reflections on War
In an era of fleeting public attention, where audiences are increasingly impervious to the images of human suffering that permeate their television screens, Rémy doesn’t report with the goal of shaping policy or generating a particular response from Western governments. Rather, he sees himself as a messenger for those people who are living through war.
Divided Memoreality: Gavrilo Princip in Sarajevo
A visual study of two views and memories of a certain day in 1914.
Hasija’s Story
A photo exhibition documents Hasija’s journey back to the place that changed her life forever and the life that is now her reality.
The Scars of Transition: A City Forgotten, a Generation Lost
From dawn till dusk in the case of Bosnia-Herzegovina, transition always entails a dose of risk. Most of the time, it is simply fear of loss and failure. Our environment was unfortunately struck by both. Everything that once was is lost, and the fear of what will come tomorrow continues.
Scars of Sarajevo
Nearly 20 years after war, the cityscape of Sarajevo remains riddled with bullet holes and shell craters in facades and pavement. These are the scars of Sarajevo.
An Ordinary Day
What do their fates mean to the world - the fates of those nameless, lads who got stuck in trenches far away from home? We could only pin clichés onto their fates, but in my mind, I have countless questions about the colors of the world that surrounded them.