In the early fall, I visited a photography exhibition center called War Photo Limited in Dubrovnik’s old city. The center has two floors with 3, 800 feet of display space featuring photographic exhibits by world renowned photojournalists covering recent and ongoing regional and global conflicts.
I was especially moved by the center’s permanent collection of images from the break-up of the former Yugoslavia. These images depict the wars in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo. The collection includes the work of more than ten photographers including Alexandra Boulat and Ron Haviv. The exhibition left a lasting impact.
When I visited there was also an excellent exhibit of images about the Vietnam War by English photographer Tim Page.
Both the quality of the photos and their presentation are first rate. The entrance fee is 50 kuna (about $7.50). If you have an interest in photography, War Photo Limited is worth a visit.