Discover the work of an artist making beautiful things from the horrors of his nation's past

By the end of the Bosnian War in 1995, an estimated 100,000 people had died in the former Yugoslavia as a result of intense combat and horrific ethnic cleansing. More than two decades on, much of the damage done to the buildings in Bosnia and Herzegovina remains as a stark reminder of its recent, bloody past. Bullet holes in brickwork aren't the only remnants of the years of carnage that shook the country at the end of the last millennium: active landmines and other munitions, along with...

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