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Vladimir Zivojinovic

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About Vladimir
Vladimir Zivojinovic (b.1993) is a documentary photographer based in Belgrade, Serbia. 

Focused on the news, social and humanitarian issues in Balkans.

For three years, he worked for Ringier Axel Springer, and his work is published in domestic media such as daily newspaper Blic, weekly magazine NIN, and online publication Vice. From January 2018 he works for Agence France-Press as a stringer, and his work has been picked up by foreign outlets such as French magazine Paris Match, Liberation, Vice UK, BBC, The Telegraph UK, La Repubblica, Independent UK, BILD, The Economist, European Commission, British GQ, ESPN.

He has also worked with NGOs Oxfam International, Open Society Foundation. 



2017. Third place on BETA’S PHOTOGRAPH OF THE YEAR , Belgrade, Serbia

2018. Winner in the "Cultural Heritage" category and winner of special Festival recognition on BALKAN PHOTO FESTIVAL, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

2018. Nominee Joop Swart Masterclass | World Press Photo Academy
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A Land Once Emptied by War Now Faces a Peacetime Exodus

28 Feb 2024  |  www.nytimes.com
Bosnia, once ravaged by war, now faces a new challenge as its population continues to dwindle in peacetime. Fikret Puhalo, a sheep farmer who returned to his village after the war, describes a community that has shrunk dramatically, with no new births since his return. The village, once home to over 400 people, now has only 15 residents, highlighting the ongoing demographic crisis.

After a School Shooting in Serbia, Belgrade Is Consumed With Grief

04 May 2023  |  www.nytimes.com
A 13-year-old boy killed eight children and a school guard in a shooting at Vladislav Ribnikar primary school in Belgrade, Serbia, causing widespread grief and shock. The incident, which also injured six children and a teacher, has led to a national mourning period and raised questions about gun control in Serbia. President Aleksandar Vucic has proposed measures to regulate gun ownership, including a moratorium on new licenses and enhanced surveillance of shooting ranges. The shooter, who used his father's pistols, will not face criminal charges due to his age. The tragedy has prompted a significant public response, with many donating blood and expressing solidarity with the victims.

Watching Croatia Watch Croatia

13 Nov 2018  |  ESPN.com
The article reflects on the atmosphere in Croatia during the 2018 World Cup final, where the Croatian national team faced France. It highlights the pride and passion of Croatian fans, despite the team's loss in the final. The article mentions the spontaneous watch parties that took place around the world, with a particular focus on Croatia, a country that gained its independence 27 years prior and is the second-smallest nation to make the World Cup final after Uruguay. The village of Sikirevci, where star player Ivan Rakitic's family originates, is spotlighted to showcase the local support. The piece also notes that four photographers traveled across Croatia to capture the spirit of the fans during this significant sporting event.

Srebrenica and Bratunac: Commemoration for the Serbian victims killed at the beginning of the war in Bosnia

12 Jul 2018  |  www.bbc.com
Hundreds gathered for a memorial service to commemorate Serbian victims killed in 1992 in villages around Bratunac and Srebrenica. It is believed that 69 civilians were killed on this day in 1992. Officials and families first lit candles and laid wreaths at the Bratunac cemetery. The 26th anniversary was marked by speeches emphasizing that no one has been held accountable for these murders. The Center for the Study of War and War Crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovina reports that 2,682 Serbs died in the Podrinje area. Naser Orić, a commander of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina, was acquitted by The Hague Tribunal and the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina but is facing a retrial after an acquittal was overturned earlier in 2018. Serbia issued a warrant for Orić in 2014 for suspected war crimes against Serbs in Srebrenica in 1992.

"Join us comrade!" - Yugotour and the Resurgence of Yugoslav Nostalgia

19 Jun 2018  |  www.ctvnews.ca
The article discusses the resurgence of interest in the former Yugoslavia, particularly through the lens of Yugotour, a travel agency in Belgrade that offers tours in the iconic Yugo car. The Yugo, a symbol of the bygone era, is used to take tourists on a journey to significant sites from Yugoslavia's past, culminating at the Museum of History of Yugoslavia and Tito's mausoleum. The article highlights the nostalgia for the communist period, known as 'Yugonostalgia,' and the commercialization of this sentiment. It also touches on the history of the Yugo car, its production, and its reputation. The piece includes perspectives from tourists and locals, illustrating the complex legacy of Yugoslavia and the interest in its history and cultural artifacts.

Hairy World Cup! - Fan now wears Messi on the back of his head

14 Jun 2018  |  www.bild.de
Mario Hvala, a hairdresser from Novi Sad, Serbia, specializes in creating hair tattoos of famous personalities, including Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Donald Trump, and Vladimir Putin. His unique service has gained popularity, especially after Serbia qualified for the World Cup in Russia. A fan named Aleksa Maricevic spent nearly seven hours getting a Messi hair tattoo. While a regular haircut at Hvala's studio costs 8 euros, the hair tattoo service is priced at 150 euros.

The Obrenovac camp noticed a remarkable difference when men started playing sport

25 Dec 2017  |  British GQ
The article discusses the living conditions and mental health issues faced by migrants at the Obrenovac camp in Serbia. The camp, which houses 700-1,000 single migrant boys and men, is described as an uncomfortable and violent environment with poor living conditions. Despite the hardships, the introduction of sports activities has had a positive impact on the migrants' well-being. Organized by Oxfam and with facilities built on-site, sports like football, volleyball, cricket, and basketball have become a source of joy and a way for the migrants to release tension and build camaraderie. Personal stories of migrants like Ferdinand Fon and Ali Dalmar highlight the importance of sports in their lives. The article also touches on the concerns of Medecins Sans Frontieres about the psychological conditions of the camp's residents and the limited asylum opportunities in Serbia.

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