Belgrade after hours: Hanging out with Serbia's nocturnal misfits

Street photographer Boogie has spent years shedding light on the world’s darkest corners, taking unflinching portraits of druglords, criminals, and post-war landscapes. In a new project, he turns his attention to Belgrade Zoo – a skate crew who capture th

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Photos from Inside Jamaica's Most Violent Slums

Serbian photographer Boogie documented the poverty and violence of Kingston's neighborhoods for his book 'A Wah Do Dem.'

Serbian photographer Boogie lives in the United States, but one of his favorite places in the world is Jamaica. The island is beautiful, but it's also an extremely violent place, with one of the highest murder rates in the world. Boogie went to Jamaica once to visit a friend of his wife and was mesmerized by the island, especially with Kingston and its slums.

Juxtapoz Magazine - New photos: Boogie in Moscow

Boogie, who has been a Juxtapoz favorite for years and relentlessly continues to document the diverse street life, recently visited Moscow to work on...

Boogie, who has been a Juxtapoz favorite for years and relentlessly continues to document the diverse street life, recently visited Moscow to work on a new book. The photographer sent some photos over from his trip and they are nothing short of what we come to expect from this prolific artist.

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Why is it that some photographers take to the studio, while others take to the street? Is street photography photojournalism, art — or both? These are some of the questions raised by Everybody Street, a new documentary chronicling the life and work of 13 of New York’s most renowned street photographers, including Joel Meyerowitz, Bruce Gilden, Mary Ellen Mark, Elliot Erwitt, Jeff Mermelstein, Boogie and Martha Cooper

Juxtapoz Magazine - Boogie: Bangkok, Thailand, August 2013

Boogie, one of the world's leading contemporary photographers documenting street life, just completed a series of photos in Bangkok, Thailand. As...

Boogie, one of the world's leading contemporary photographers documenting street life, just completed a series of photos in Bangkok, Thailand. As always, the documentation is beautiful, gritty, and illuminating.

The Making of Boogie’s Demons Project

reveals somewhat how his massive camera works and the complicated chemistry that goes on to make the pictures happen. A cool little video that shows off Boogie’s process. The Tom Waits soundtrack and mad scientist vibe fits him too

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shot in the fall of 2011 in a temporary food court set up inside Beijing’s Olympic Park

Art of Darkness

Photographer Boogie says of his recent project, “I’ve recently started experimenting with wet plate collodion process. It was really amazing to feel like an alchemist, connected to past times, mixing chemicals and pouring plates in my tiny dirty basement. There is dust and dirt everywhere and temperature varies, so the results are unpredictable.

Boogie: His Camera, His Self – Lens Blog

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Link: Showcase: His Camera, His Self – Lens Blog – NYTimes.com:

Boogie hurried past me, chasing a butterfly. He waved his camera ahead of him as he attempted to catch a picture of it in flight. His shutter clicked ferociously as he focused on his mission with the glee of a child. For Boogie, a Serbian photographer, the streets of the world are his playground.

plus1mag | Issue 12 Out Now. Ha-Ha

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Interview with photographer Boogie in this issue.