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06.13.13 Marina Galperina

We love Boogie. The Belgrade-born, Brooklyn-based photographer’s black-and-white photos and true grit and access has fascinated us for years. Then, he went color. Now he’s on that wet plate collodion on black plexiglass. Boogie’s ongoing DEMONS portraiture series is eerie and expressive, but it’s also a poised departure from his photojournalist style — Just click the tabs on his website: NYC, […]

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06.18.12 Marina Galperina

ANIMAL’s original series asks photographers about that one shot that got away. This week, Boogie recalls the girl that didn’t make it. […]

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05.10.12 Marina Galperina

Boogie went to Katowice, Poland for his exhibition and shot all these photos. I don’t imagine dilapidated factories, vast urban emptiness, sullen child Iron Maiden fans, pretty ladies in smoke-filled enclosures, the troubling sort of graffiti and cinematically dropped-dead pigeons were hard to find in Poland, but Boogie’s signature effortless grittiness really brings out Poland’s […]

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05.23.11 Marina Galperina

Belgrade-born, Brooklyn-based street legend Boogie isn’t shooting Brooklyn gangs and Serbian skinheads right now, he’s got an adorable brood to be daddy to. Meanwhile, he’s been making a series of wet plate photographs of his friends in Belgrade. It’s a tedious process where Boogie plays alchemist, “mixing chemicals and pouring plates in a tiny dirty […]

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07.12.10 Marina Galperina

From Yugoslavia’s civil war to NYC ghetto life and ’round the world, Boogie penetrates reality like few can. New color works and his signature stark, gritty, black and white photography are currently on view at Culver City’s Carmichael Gallery. With the birth of his son, the Belgrade-born, Brooklyn-based photographer returned to Serbia. “The Uncovering” of […]

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04.14.10 Marina Galperina

Belgrade-born, Brooklyn-based photographer Boogie talks to True/Slant about the death of the American dream, why U.S. is about to blow up just like Serbia and how to take pictures of gang members without getting shot. […]

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04.29.09 Will Sherman

Boogie, the Belgrade-born, Brooklyn-dwelling photographer has a showing of new work opening at the Altamont showroom tomorrow night. The show’s preview, aptly titled “The Best of Times,” depicts a decidedly brighter vision of New York than one typically sees from the gritty street photographer: no guns, no drugs, and no violence. However, those darker images […]

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