Among other

Danube Swabians in south-eastern Europe today

10/14/16 - 04/17/17

The Serbian photographer Dragoljub Zamurović set out to search for clues with his camera in 2015 and 2016. How do the Danube Swabians who remain in Romania, Hungary, Croatia and Serbia live today? On his travels he met very different people whom he photographed. The result was a unique visual documentation that unites sixty Danube Swabian biographies between Budapest and Belgrade. Zamurović’s photographs and the interviews that the Danube Swabian Central Museum conducted with the portrayed Danube Swabians give insights into their everyday lives “among others”.

Dragoljub Zamurović has published in international magazines such as Time, Newsweek, The New York Times Magazine, Stern, Paris-Match and Geo. “When I was working on my book about the Serbian region of Vojvodina a few years ago, I visited Knićanin. For the first time in my life I found out about the Danube Swabians. That touched me so much that the idea for a photo story about the German minority came about.