Category Archives: Bulgaria

Tracing the Collective Memory Through Photographs By Kalliopi Poutouroglou

For, when we will no longer exist, nobody will be able to testify on our behalf. There will be nothing left but the indifferent nature.(Roland Barthes, La camera lucida) The great authenticity of Babak Salari’s photographic work derives from his … Continue reading

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Traumas and Miracles by Maria Doneva

Traumas and Miracles by Maria Doneva Posted on December 31, 2010 by admin Maria Traumas and miracles; catastrophes and salvations; desperations and anticipations – in a black-and-white book by photographer Babak Salari and writer Diana Ivanova. It is as personal … Continue reading

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