Earlier this week, visitors to Arles had many opportunities to cross paths with Guillaume Chamain as he marched through the city putting up images extracted from his series Bosnia. Eight large-format photographs (1.5 x 2.5 m) call out to visitors about the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina. “It took time for me to ingest the history of Bosnia and the images of it. It took time for me to understand that I’m looking for answers that I’ll maybe never find.”
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