Lives in Transition: LGBTQ Serbia


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$21.99  $20.23
New Press
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8.0 X 9.9 X 0.6 inches | 1.6 pounds

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About the Author

Slobodan Randjelovic is a Serbian-born architect currently working in New York City. He is also a photographer and passionate supporter of LGBTQ rights, environmental conservation, and the arts. He serves on the board of the ARCUS Foundation, the Gallmann Memorial Foundation, New York Live Arts, and the Design Committee of the Park Avenue Armory.


Praise for Lives in Transition
"All of Randjelovic's photos feel vaguely familiar because [they are] widely relatable."
--Daily Beast

"In these beautiful, haunting images, Slobodan Randjelovic takes us deep into the lives of individuals struggling for human rights--to live freely and to be treated with dignity. Powerful, raw, and deeply moving, the images show us people whose voices society has tried to silence. Their courage, strength, and resilience in the face of violence and hatred are an inspiration."
--Anthony D. Romero, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union

"In Lives in Transition Slobodan Randjelovic has captured brilliantly the dignity and complexity of LGBTQ individuals and their daily existence in Serbia. It is a revelation without compare that translates the lived experience with honesty, bravery, and beauty."
--Darren Walker, president of the Ford Foundation

"Lives In Transition is much more than a collection of pretty pictures. It's a moving and empowering form of activism that forces us, the viewers, to do more than passively watch. We must listen to subjects speaking back to us, sharing their truths, their resilience, and their collective power and community oppressed by a government unwilling to listen to their wants, their needs. A native son on a homecoming mission, Slobodan Randjelovic does the work of a true artist, provoking us to feel and take action."
--Janet Mock, New York Times bestselling author of Redefining Realness and Surpassing Certainty