Vladimir Zivojinovic (b.1993) is a documentary photographer based in Belgrade, Serbia.
Focused on news, social and humanitarian issues in Balkans.
For three years, I worked for Ringier Axel Springer, and my work is published in domestic media such as daily newspaper Blic, weekly magazine NIN, and online publication Vice. Occasionally I work for Agence France-Press as a stringer, and my work has been picked up by foreign outlets such as French magazine Paris Match, The Times of Israel, Vice UK, BBC, Kofi Annan Foundation, The Telegraph UK, Le Point International, and Oxfam International, Independent UK, Het Financieele Dagblad, British GQ.
2016. Second place on INTERNATIONAL REPORTAGE AND MEDIA FESTIVAL, Apatin
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
- Breaking news
- Still life
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Picture shows the statue of Red Star club legend Rajko Mitic in front of theeponym stadiumahead of the Champions league match between Red Star and PSG in Belgrade on December 10, 2018.
Fifty-five thousand people are expected Tuesday evening December 11 for the reception of Paris-Saint-Germain. With a win, the Red Star Belgrade could hope to be drafted in the Europa League, the second European Cup.
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Zvezdan Terzic, General Director of Red Star football Club, poses for a photograph at the Red Star Belgrade stadium "Rajko Mitic" (former Marakana) in Belgrade, Serbia, December 9, 2018.
In the summer of 1995, during the bosnian war, the un protected enclave around the town of srebrenica in eastern bosnia was captured by bosnian serb forces, what ensued was a systematic massacre of thousands of bosnian muslims, mainly men and boys, in an event that the un secretary general described as the worst crime committed on european soil since second world war.
Under the hard summer sun of eastern bosnia, the survivors and relatives gather every year at the Potocari memorial complex to honor the victims of the single worst atrocity that followed the bloody breakup of ex Yugoslavia.