Tag: Belgrade

  • Persistance is (not) futile

    For more than two decades we’ve been walking. Protesting. Wanting. Dreaming. Changing? Fighting?? Getting older…

  • Bad bishop and an ongoing game of chess

    Bad bishop and an ongoing game of chess

    17.03.2019. Belgrade, Serbia. Anti-government protests changed location from national television stormed during the night before to Presidency of Serbia where President Vucic was addressing nation exactly at noon, speaking in a dissuasive way about last night’s events. Protestors managed to break the police cordon during President’s speech, and several clashes with the police erupted around […]

  • Belgrade’s on fire

    Belgrade’s on fire

    Belgrade, Serbia, 16.03.2019. Several thousand opposition protesters stormed and occupied the state TV broadcaster RTS – Radio Television of Serbia, protesting against unfair and ignorant reporting about the demonstrations that have been going on for more than three months now in many Serbian cities. Police in full riot gear forced them out by pushing or […]

  • Funeral of Oliver Ivanovic

    Funeral of Oliver Ivanovic

    Oliver Ivanovic, 64, the leader of the Citizens’ Party “Serbia, democracy, justice”, was shot outside the party’s offices in northern Mitrovica on January 16. Today, he was buried in the alley of Meritorious citizens at the New Cemetery in Belgrade in the presence of his family, numerous friends, politicians, government representatives and thousands of citizens.

  • Protestujem, dakle postojim / I protest, therefore i am

    Protestujem, dakle postojim / I protest, therefore i am

    Mediji kontrolisani od strane države prenosili su od početka post-izbornih protesta u Beogradu da su ulice pune “alkoholičara, narkomana i stranih plaćenika”, pokušavajući da obesmisle mišljenje običnih ljudi kojima je dosta autokratije i nipodaštavanja. Dali smo glas tim hrabim ljudima, pitajući ih zašto protestuju. Razlozi, koji variraju od potrebe da se pokaže neslaganje sa trenutnim […]

  • First Belgrade cannabis Social Club

    Association of citizens “The initiative to change the cannabis legislation” (IRKA) is the first official association advocating cannabis legalization in Serbia and it gathers citizens from all over the country. IRKA is formed out of cancer patients, their family members and all the citizens who want to help them achieve the ability to legally obtain and […]

  • Illusion night

    European Conference on Visual Perception is an annual meeting devoted to the scientific study of vision, particularly visual perception and multisensory processes related to vision.

  • Off volume

    Spring unleashes a strain of music festivals. In Serbia, traditionally, several major ones were held. We visited five of them – EXIT festival, Beer Fest, Guitar Festival, Guca trumpet festival and Mad in Belgrade, to be specific.

  • Neverwinter nights

    In Belgrade, it is not very often to see Serbian flag in places that are not national property. When a man sits in front of it during one rainy winter night in a time when people expect new elections, that creates specific melancholic atmosphere which is almost the stereotype photographers couldn’t resist. And it is […]

  • Much Ado About Nothing

    Gay Pride was supposed to happen on September 28. Ultra nationalists organized the protest against the parade. Police escorted demonstrators through the city. Babies in the front, family people and football fans behind them, all united against LGBT parade.