The Family Album project was realised as a participatory artwork, in which our interlocutors got to create representative images of themselves and their families – from selecting the photographs to deciding how the family would be photographed at the end. With this work method, we tried to avoid as much as possible imposing any pre designed image of the Roma community, hoping to make the family members’ stories available to the wide public.
23 families from Serbia and Montenegro participated in the project and their stories, family photos and contributions represent the material used for creating the exhibition and publication.
The project is realized in cooperation with the organization ProStory from Podgorica.
Artists: Ana Adamović (Serbia) and Duško Miljanić (Montenegro).
The project is realized in the partnership with Balkan Trust for Democracy supported by the Embassy of the Kingdom of Netherlands.
The project is realized with the support of Roma Decade program by The Open Society Foundation with the contribution of Arts and Culture Program of Budapest.
Exhibition is supported by Association Independent Cultural Scene of Serbia supported by the Fund for and Open Society Serbia and Swiss Cultural program in the Western Balkans. Exhibition in Belgrade is sponsored by Doga d.o.o. and Robne kuce Beograd.