In moments of anxiety, hope, desire, great sadness or happiness, our thoughts and feelings are becoming subtitles of the movie in which the world around us is just a random scenery. At that point we are becoming aware of the innate loneliness of each human being.
Imre Szabó, photojournalist since 1979. in Ilustrovana Politika, Politika, Intervju, Nin, Danas, Fonet, Blic News… (after 1995 free lance), has maybe as Cartier Bresson or David Seymour the capacity to shoot the instant, the good one… not anyone, the decisive one, the maximum point of tension, of every event, every situation…
Roma community in Serbian capital Belgrade has been living in poverty for decades. However, despite the fact that their chances to climb the social ladder have always been slim, they managed to survive in high spirit, primarily thanks to their adaptive way of living.
Raša Milojević (Photo: Miroslav Predojević)
Cultural community of town Zajecar, and probably of some other cities in Serbia, will have the opportunity to see Rasa Milojevic’s
work created during a short stay in China. This exhibition puts Milojevic in the focus as a creator of true vision of humanity.
Branko Jakovljević was born in Čačak in 1963. He graduated at Faculty of Medicine, University of Belgrade. He has been involved in exhibition photography since 1979. He took part at over 150 collective exhibitions in the country and abroad so far and won over 40 awards.