Raw and Real Photos of Serbia from Boogie
Vladimir Milivojević, aka Boogie, is the far-out photographer capturing the dark dimensions of Serbian street culture. Fucking Hardcore!
The Serbian shutterbug started lensing life in Belgrade back in the early 90s. He offers rare access to the jittery underbelly of post-Yugoslav society, capturing varying degrees of urban angst, violence, poverty, wasted youth and discord. Boogie began shooting his homeland as the Yugoslav wars rumbled on, turning his aperture on the everyday strife in a place plagued by neglect, conflict and existential trauma. He has been called Serbia’s most ‘accomplished photographer’, chronicling the crazy, absurd and eye-popping scenes of ordinary and extraordinary Serbs doing their best.
We love his raw, monochrome aesthetic and visceral, intimate snaps of stormy worlds in transition. His work is about art searching for people and events that might act as ontological glue or conceptual templates to reveal things otherwise unknown, overlooked or forgotten. We just really love his roving, random photographic eye and intense AF imagery. Look below and check out his bangin’ book ‘Belgrade Belongs to Me’ (2009) here.
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Photography Vladimir Milivojević – Boogie
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