Marko Krnjaić

A Belgrade Man in Pula

The members of the Serbian community in Pula who get together are mostly older citizens. Young people rarely gather along ethnic lines, and if they do, it is because of the content, not ethnic identity, says the Belgrade-Pula artist

Songs from the Other Side

Antiwar songs, lyrics and melodies that were heard in Serbia in the 1990s are testimonies that the authors from the “forbidden side” reacted to the horrifying autumn of 1991 and the years after, some openly, some through more hermetic poetics