You Know What You See: An Interview with Monica Alcazar-Duarte
Monica Alcazar-Duarte’s latest project aims to transform the general public’s perception of her home country of Mexico. David Schafer and Zuzana Pavelkova speak with her to find out more.
Photojournalism’s Changing Relationship with Conflict
Chris Much Bermudez explores two examples of forensic and imaginative war photography, as well as the problems each encounters.
Maydan: A Revolution in a Hundred Portraits
A new exhibition in Sarajevo uses protesters’ faces to show another face of the protests at Maidan square during the revolution in Ukraine.
Watch Out – Car
Vehicle accidents are a major concern in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as drivers speed and drive recklessly. In the last two months alone, at least three people have been killed and many more seriously injured on Sarajevo’s streets.
Stup: A Portrait of Bosnian Society
Clara Casagrande explores the Sunday flea market in Stup, reflecting on the social and cultural paradoxes found in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Divided Memoreality: Gavrilo Princip in Sarajevo
A visual study of two views and memories of a certain day in 1914.