• Friso Keuris SIGNED COPY: Tito
  • Friso Keuris SIGNED COPY: Tito
  • Friso Keuris SIGNED COPY: Tito
  • Friso Keuris SIGNED COPY: Tito
  • Friso Keuris SIGNED COPY: Tito
  • Friso Keuris SIGNED COPY: Tito
  • Friso Keuris SIGNED COPY: Tito
  • Friso Keuris SIGNED COPY: Tito
  • Friso Keuris SIGNED COPY: Tito
  • Friso Keuris SIGNED COPY: Tito

Friso Keuris SIGNED COPY: Tito

This book is about a country that was once called Yugoslavia and was ruled by Josip Broz »Tito«. From the 1950’s onwards, Tito spent his summers at Brijuni, a small archipelago along the west coast of the Istrian region of Croatia. This former summer residence embodies the beginning and the end of the Yugoslavian dream, in which Tito firmly believed. His private dwellings, which are still kept in order on a daily basis, are strictly forbidden to the public. This book also shows images of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. The UN court dealt with the war crimes com- mitted during the civil war from 1991 to 2000. Between 2001 and 2017, Dutch photographer Friso Keuris pictured the personnel and the interior of the Tribunal. In 2016, he was free to photograph the idyllic, utopian world of Brijuni.


Softcover in linen dust jacket ca. 29,5 x 23,2 cm 180 pages ca.75 color ills. and 57 archival images English Available ISBN 978-3-96900-068-7-S 2022

Artist:

Friso Keuris

Texts:

Friso Keuris

Design:

Teun van der Heijden, Heijdens Karwei


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