University Library, Sarajevo (before the war), 1988
Edward Serotta was born in Savannah, Georgia in 1949.
He now divides his time between Vienna and Berlin.
Portrayal of Jewish life after the Holocaust.
Most Popular Images:
"In a Timeless Place"- portfolio; "Survival in Sarajevo"- portfolio;
"The Jewish Museum of Bosnia"; "University Library, Sarajevo"
Did you know ... ?
Serotta has photographed for TIME magazine, the London Guardian, and Die Zeit.
He has also written for theWashington Post, the London Independent Wochenpost,
Die Woche, and Süddeutsche Zeitung, and he was an occasional correspondent and producer for ABC News Nightlive.
"I recorded anguish, pain, tears and heartbreak. I did this in order to tell the story as best I could."
Silver gelatin photographs in sizes 11" x 14", 12" x 16", and 16" x 20".
How many photographs exist?
Though there are some unnumbered editions, Serotta prints most of his work in editions of 25 or fewer.
$600. - $1,000. for individual photographs
$5,000. for portfolios
How are the photographs printed and signed?
Photographs are signed in ink au recto and in pencil au verso.
Serotta uses Leica cameras.
Some vintage photographs are available.
In a Timeless Place: Central Europe and its Jews, 1986 - 1990 - portfolio of 15
Silver Gelatin photographs, $5,000.
Survival in Sarajevo - $5,000.
Shadow to Light - $5,000.
Books - In Print (order yours now!):
Survival in Sarajevo: Jews, Bosnia, and the Lessons of the Past - softcover, $29.95
Jews, Germany, Memory - hardback, $55.
A Gallery has a good selection of Serotta's photographs and portfolios.
Authenticity is guaranteed. Prices and availability are subject to change without prior notice.
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