(Sarajevo my love). Diptychs.
Ten years after the Dayton Agreement get the end of the Bosnia and Herzegovina war, the vegetation has taken possession of the ruins, with something of the order of beauty and greatness.
Maja was born and raised in Sarajevo, with an adolescence crossed by the war. She is now a lawyer in the criminal court of Bosnia and Herzegovina for war crimes and carries a watchful eye on the country’s current situation. His dedication to work at the court takes up most of his time.
Forgetting nothing, she goes forward.
Maja has no children, but a niece, Aisha, whom she is very close. In everyday life, I was touched by the special relationship between them.
Today, Sarajevo is standing alive. Maja and Aisha are from the generation of reconstruction.