EXHIBITION ON SREBRENICA IN ZAGREB
To mark the 20th anniversary of the genocide in Srebrenica, SENSE and Documenta - Center for Dealing with the Past, an NGO, presented an exhibition in the Klovicevi Dvori Gallery in Zagreb, showing a part of the permanent collection on display at the SENSE Documentation Center in Potocari: the audio and video presentations of the chronicles of the events in Srebrenica and a series of photographs taken during the mass grave exhumations by British forensic photographer Tim Loveless
To mark the 20th anniversary of the genocide in Srebrenica, an exhibition was opened in the Klovicevi Dvori Gallery in Zagreb, with the part of the permanent multimedia display from our Documentation Center in Potocari. The exhibition was put together by SENSE - Center for Transitional Justice and Documenta - Center for Dealing with the Past.
In addition to the audio and video presentations showing the key events in the Srebrenica chronicles, usually exhibited in the Centre in Potocari (Timeline, Survivors, Unwilling Witnesses, Lasting Consequences and Judicial Epilogue), the exhibition included photographs taken by British photographer Tim Loveless. In 1999 and 2000, Loveless was part of a forensic team from the ICTY Office of the Prosecutor which exhumed the mass graves around Srebrenica. In the exhibition catalogue, Loveless explains that it was his intention to use the black and white photographs of the bodies in the graves to depict 'not only the horror of violent death but also the extraordinary individuality and dignity of the victims, even in the extremity of a mass grave".
The exhibition 'Srebrenica' will be on display in the Klovicevi Dvori Gallery until 26 July.
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