Tag Archives: Aida Sehovic

Bosnia Flourishing

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The beauty of Bosnia-Herzegovina can surprise someone visiting for the first time. These are the colors of life, of culture, of dignity and humanity, quietly reasserted after the genocidal war on Bosnia. When I look at these images, love overwhelms … Continue reading

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Remembering Srebrenica (2012)

Today, remembering Srebrenica. Photographs from my first visit to the Srebrenica-Potocari memorial. Today, just images, art, memory: Aida Sehovic, Sto Te Nema Sejla Kameric, Bosnian Girl Samir Biscevic, “Path of Death or Freedom” Series

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