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|   Under Siege: Dubrovnik 1991 / Peter Northall


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May 1st - 30th Oct 2015, Known as “the Pearl of the Adriatic” the medieval walled city of Dubrovnik, founded in 7th century, was besieged by the Yugoslav Army and Navy in late 1991 after Croatia declared independence. The historic city and its residents suffered months of bombardment surviving without electricity, water and very little food. Overwhelmed by those displaced from Dubrovnik’s surroundings, by the Yugoslav Army advance, thousands sheltered in basements, hotels, museums and any place to offered the slightest protection, living through the winter and spring in a city under siege.


|   Ukraine: Maidan to Donbas / Guillaume Herbut - Institute


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May 1st - 30th July 2015, It started with a few tweets, Citizens angered by President Yanukovych refusal to sign an EU association agreement, opting instead for the Eurasian union proposed by Vladimir Putin came out to protest in Independence Square in Kiev. The demonstrations turned to riots spreading through the larger cities of Ukraine. The riots morphed into an all out civil war between the newly installed pro EU/NATO government battling the Pro Russian rebels in the east. Is it a battle for ethnic rights or a proxy war between super powers?


|   UPCOMMING EXHIBIT: Unholy War / William Daniels


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Aug 1st - 30th Oct • The Central African Republic has been plunged into the bloodiest crossroads of its short history. In March 2013, rebels from mainly Muslim group called Seleka, overthrew the state, unleashing nine months of anarchy. 

Militias called anti-balaka, whose ranks consist of Christians and animists, then launched unprecedented attacks against Muslims for their perceived support of the Seleka. Thousands were killed, triggering a wave of displacement. International forces have been struggling to stop the violence.

Central African Republic has been vulnerable since gaining independence from France in 1960. Systemic corruption and meddling by external influencers have resulted in multiple coups d’etat and caused the state to be continuously propped up by foreign donors. There is neither an efficient working judiciary or prison system, nor a real army or way to pay civil servants. Hand grenades that cost the same as small candies have flooded the market and the lack of future prospects makes it easy for militias to attract young men.





28th July 2015
CLOSED FRIDAY 31st

gallery will be closed briefly on Friday 31st July from 10am till 4pm as we change exhibits.


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May 2015
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War Photo Ltd. visit our LIMITED EDITION section and collect incredible images from the worlds leading war photographers. War photography, photojournalism, photojournalist, war photography, war photo, war images, fine art photography, fine art photography dealer, art photography, limited editions, limited edition prints, signed limited edition prints, collecting photography, world press photo, photographer of the year, photo gallery, dubrovnik, photo exhibit, slovenian war, bosnian war, croatian war, kosovo war, macedonian war, ron haviv, jon jones, chris morris, christopher morris, yannis behrakis, darko bandic, srdjan ilic, jan grarup, claus larsen, claus bjorn larsen, andrew testa, noel quidu