Work of Veteran AP Photojournalist on View in Belgrade
AP photojournalist Dusan Vranic is a veteran of covering international conflicts.
A selection of his images showing life behind the scenes in war-scarred Afghanistan and other hot spots went on display Dec. 5 in his native Belgrade, in the main hall of the Belgrade Youth Center, one of Serbia’s main cultural hubs. The photos were to remain on view through Dec. 7.
The exhibition is titled “Afghanistan -- 25 / 50,” because Vranic has now worked 25 years at AP and recently celebrated his 50th birthday.
“Half my life has been with AP and the proportion will only increase,” Vranic told the audience of 500 who turned out for Wednesday’s exhibit opening.
Vranic was photo chief in Afghanistan from 2009-2011 and now holds the same position in Jerusalem. In his 25 years with AP, he’s also covered such historic events as the fall of Communism and the Balkan wars of the 1990s, as well as the conflicts in Iraq and Israel/Palestine.
Acting Mideast Editor and Jerusalem Bureau Chief Dan Perry hailed Vranic as a “compassionate student of human affairs.”
Further details on the display – in Serbian – can be found at http://bit.ly/120Yb5R.
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