Belgrade Belongs To Me (Hardcover)

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Boogie was born in Serbia and emigrated to the United States in 1998. The author of It’s All Good and Boogie (powerHouse Books, 2006 and 2007), his work has appeared in Cube (Sartoria/Modena, 2003), as well as publications including Time, The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Playboy, Vibe, The Source, and others. His clients include Nike, Lee Jeans, Element Skateboards, and Shellac. Boogie lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. 
“At three o’clock sharp, the enemy must be crushed by your mighty charge, torn to pieces by your grenades and bayonets. The honor of Belgrade must be spotless. Soldiers, heroes, the Supreme Command has erased our names from its roll. Our regiment is sacrificed for our King and Fatherland. You don’t have to worry anymore about your lives that no longer exist. So forward, to glory! Long live the King! Long live Belgrade!”
—Major Dragutin Gavrilovic, September 24, 1915

Born and raised in Belgrade, Serbia, Boogie began photographing rebellion and unrest during the civil war that ravaged his country during the 1990s. Growing up in a war-torn country defined Boogie’s style and attraction to the darker side of human existence. His archives reveal undeniable evidence of the evils that erode the urban space and unite humanity in the despair of impoverished lives. Belgrade Belongs to Me, his third powerHouse Book, shows the city from the inside as the former Yugoslavia began its rapid disintegration into war and the slow resurrection of a people who have fought for centuries for their survival.

Boogie does not spare the spectator any social taboos as he documents the daily struggles of the marginalized people whose lives he infiltrates completely, taking us deep into worlds traditionally closed to outsiders. Whether documenting neo-Nazis or gypsies, police or protesters, or the working class people of Belgrade, Boogie’s work reflects his respect for his subjects, defying the glamorized stereotypes of urban life and revealing the phantoms that haunt the modern metropolis.

“Living under Miloševic was like living in a mental institution. It was apocalyptic. Pensions and salaries were three to five United States dollars. People, especially the old and retired, were literally starving. The streets were empty. There was a shortage of gasoline, so there were very few cars on the...

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ISBN 9781576874653
Genre PHOTOGRAPHY / Photoessays & Documentaries
Format Hardcover
Pages 115
Publisher Date 2008-12-01 00:00:00.0
Publisher Power House Books
Copyright Year 2008
Height 7.75 in
Wdth 12.0 in
Thickness 0.75 in
Unit weight 1.7 lb
Language English
Edition Number 1
Audience General/trade

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