In 2012, French artist Marianne Marić moved to Sarajevo for a residency. Though she no longer had any memory of the city, the country, the landscape, she did share a painful history with former Yugoslavia. She had wished to visit in order to confront her history, the history of her family, and, most particularly, the history of her sister Yéléna,...
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