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Princess Ljubica's Residence - Limited Edition 1 of 10 Photograph

Boris Nikolasevic

Serbia

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This photography is a part of my latest exhibition Lights of Belgrade. It is created in black and white without any appearance of people in order to put an emphasis on the city atmosphere. Limited Edition 1 of 10 - Signed Certificate of Authenticity with Edition Number

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:12 W x 8 H x 0.1 D in

Frame:White

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Professional photographer born in Belgrade, Serbia, 1963. After graduating from Graphic high school I have enrolled at the school for photojournalists under the guidance of famous Serbian photographer, Tomislav Peternek. Since then I have been working for various magazines, companies and institutions. I have been successfully runing an applied photography studio since 2000. Apart from my profesiional career I have always been interested in artistic photography. Because of that I have organized three solo exhibitions and won 11 awards and praizes, both national and international. I am also a member of artistic association ULUPUDS section for photography. One of my latest works include portraying Belgrade in black and white technique without any presence of people. This way I wanted to highlight the atmosphere created by buildings, monuments and architecture in general in our capital city. During the last year I have also been working on presenting monasteries and churches across Serbia in similar fashion.