Visual anthropological field work and exhibition curation
Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, is a city that never sleeps. It is a vibrant and dynamic metropolis, full of contrasts and surprises. It is also a city that loves photography, as evidenced by the annual Vizantrop Festival, a festival that showcases the best of local and international photography in various venues across the city.
Belgrade is a place where photography happens every day, on the streets, in the parks, in the markets, and in the cafes. Belgrade is offering endless opportunities to capture the essence of the city and its people.
Vizantrop is a festival of engaged ethnographic film that takes place in September. Vizantrop is not only a film festival, but also a platform for social and cultural dialogue, activism, and education. It features documentaries, workshops, lectures, discussions, and exhibitions that explore various topics related to society, culture, and human rights.
I had the luck that some of my photos were curated by cultural expertsand exhibited at the municipal cultural center in Stari Grad, Belgrade. The exhibition had been reported upon by Serbian national television broadcaster RTS/PTC 1.