Milomir Kovacevic photographed Sarajevo and the war, then the Paris nightlife. An “engaged” photographer despite himself, he says very little, but his photographs speak for him. His mother left Sarajevo in 1993 and he never saw her again. His books include: Sarajevo dans le coeur de Paris (Editions Qupé) and Sarajevo (Photo Poche-Actes Sud).
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