ose has been a prostitute for 32 years. She has five children, her oldest sons are in jail, her older daughter is also a prostitute who works with Rose, her younger daughter and son committed incest because they didn’t know they were related. Rose is trying to come out of this way of life, but […]
Photographers Archives: Boza Ivanovic
Boza Ivanovic, born in 1972 in Belgrade, formerly Yugoslavia. At the age of fourteen he started taking pictures with his first camera, a “Lubitel,” which was a Russian camera. In Belgrade, he worked as a camera assistant for one year at Politika T.V. station. In 1996, he immigrated to the United States and settled in Los Angeles, California. While in Los Angeles, he worked for one year as a freelance photographer for Press Telegram. Since 2003, he has been working for the U.C.L.A. AIDS Research Institute. The Institute has sent him on numerous assignments in several countries, including South Africa, Tanzania, Mexico, Yugoslavia, Canada and the Americas.
Through subjects which are hard, frequently morbid and often far from our everyday concerns, these photographers are taking on the primary role of the artist. They are revealing our deepest contradictions and expressing their dreams and the nightmares which we prefer to forget.
Writer(s): Alain Jullien