Women and War
One Person Crying Exhibition Opening in Oradour

One Person Crying Exhibition Opening in Oradour

Dear friends and colleagues, I’m very pleased to announce the opening of “One Person Crying: Women and War”, in Oradour, France. Oradour-sur-Glane was the site of a terrible massacre on June 10, 1944. 642 men, women and children were killed and the town set ablaze afterwards. Then French president Charles de Gaulle ordered that the...
Rubble with a Bicycle

Rubble with a Bicycle

Oradour-sur-Glane, France, February 2013. After the massacre of most of the townspeople of Oradour-sur-Glane, the village was set on fire, reducing buildings to hollow shells and rubble.
Tabernacle in the Church Where the Women and Children Died

Tabernacle in the Church Where the Women and Children Died

Oradour-sur-Glane, France, February 2013. On June 10, 1944, 452 women and children perished in the Oradour Church during the massacre and fire. Other than the stone floor and walls, very few artifacts from inside of the church survived.
Window Amidst the Ruins

Window Amidst the Ruins

Oradour-sur-Glane, France, February 2013.
A Town Without People

A Town Without People

Oradour-sur-Glane, France, February 2013.
Car Battery Factory, Interior

Car Battery Factory, Interior

Bosnia and Herzegovina, September 22, 2009. An interior view of part of the car battery factory in Potocari, Srebrenica Municipality, where the Dutch had a peace-keeping base that was overrun by Bosnian Muslim refugees after the fall of Srebrenica enclave in May 1995. In July 1995, the refugees were handed over to the Serbs and...
Car Battery Factory, Exterior

Car Battery Factory, Exterior

Bosnia and Herzegovina, September 22, 2009. An exterior view of part of the car battery factory in Potocari, Srebrenica Municipality, where the Dutch had a peace-keeping base that was overrun by Bosnian Muslim refugees after the fall of Srebrenica enclave in May 1995. In July 1995, the refugees were handed over to the Serbs and...
Falls Road

Falls Road

Belfast, Northern Ireland, October 2006. This corner in the predominantly Catholic area of Belfast along Falls Road was an extremely dangerous area with a lot of clashes between Catholic and Protestants.
First 1,000 dead

First 1,000 dead

Published in The New York Times, October 2004, the first 1,000 war dead. Chronicle of the soldiers killed in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Former Mass Grave

Former Mass Grave

Bosnia and Herzegovina, September 26, 2009. A corn field now grows on the site of a former mass grave in Srebrenica municipality where some men and teenage boys were killed and buried during the Srebrenica massacre of July 1995.
Grandparents’ Driveway

Grandparents’ Driveway

Novi Sad, Serbia, May 24, 2009. This is the driveway that led to what was the front door of my grandparents’ home, and also where they were killed in a 3-day massacre on January 21, 1942. It is now a children’s school with another entrance.
Abandoned Synagogue

Abandoned Synagogue

Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. September 16, 2009. An abandoned Sephardic synagogue in Sarajevo. After World War II, when most of the Jews from here were either killed or fled, this synagogue was appropriated for offices, but was then abandoned during the war of the 1990’s.