A tribute to post war in BiH: focusing on writings, graffiti, grenade holes, collapsed buildings and scenes from ordinary new life.  The choice of those subjects provides an uncommon document with a little bit political tension which shows how an internationally forgotten conflict still screams its history from the top of its walls.

A special mention goes to The National Library of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the most tragic symbol of  the “aggression” in Sarajevo.  A cultural genocide which dates back on august 25th-26th 1992.

“BOSNIAN GRAFFITI” has been exhibited in Rome (January 28th to March 10th 2009) at Galleria Giulia, with the extraordinary participation of the EMBASSY OF BOSNIA AND HERCEGOVINA TO ITALY.