This is a profoundly moving portrayal of Bosnians during times of war and peace by award-winning photojournalist Paul Lowe.
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The presence of death is felt in Paul Lowe's photographs: war and its terrors are evoked in images notable for their stillness, reminding us that exploding buildings and screaming faces are only the most obvious ways of showing devastation. But here is life, too, for the Bosnians have survived, mourned and moved forward. Lovers, harvesters, old men, rambunctious children and fashionable boulevardiers populate this book, as do images of snowy fields, rebuilt bridges, towering apartment blocks, parties, theatre and chess. The accompanying text includes commentary by veteran BBC correspondent Allan Little, as well as a number of acute observations from various Balkan writers and newsmakers (along with anonymous graffiti), and deftly supplements the visual power of this work by a still-young photojournalist at the height of his powers.
Award-winning freelance photographer Paul Lowe has covered breaking news the world over, including the fall of the Berlin Wall, Nelson Mandela's release, the Rwandan genocide and the destruction of Grozny. He is currently developing an online educational programme for developing-world photographers in conjunction with the World Press Photo Foundation in Amsterdam. He lives and works in Sarajevo.
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