second edition
second edition

belgradestreets is now available from the following stores:

Delfi / Laguna branches including; Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra 92, Beograd; Super Vero, Milutina Milankovica 86a, Novi Beograd; Glavna 20, Zemun; Zira, Ruzeltova 33, Beograd; Makedonska 12, Beograd; Knez Mihailova, Beograd; Terazije 38, Beograd; SKC, Kralja Milana 48, Beograd; Airport Bookstore, Nikola Tesla Airport, Beograd; and online +381 11 7155 050

Dereta, Knex Mihailova 46, Beograd 11000, +381 11 2399 077

Evrogiunti branches in Beograd including Akademija, Knez Mihailova 35, Beograd 11000 and Kralja Milana 31, Beograd 11000. +381 11 3446 618.

Kalemegdan Fortress Souvenir Shop, Clock Tower Passage, Kalemegdan, Beograd

Kulturni Centar Beograda (The Cultural Centre of Belgrade), Knez Mihailova 6, Beograd 11000. +381 11 2621 469

Vulkan branches including Sremska 2, Beograd 11000; Ušcé Shopping Centre, Bul M. Pupina 4 Novi Beograd; Delta City Shopping Centre, Jurija Gagarina 16, Novi Beograd; and Mercator Shopping Centre, Bul Umetnosti 4, Novi Beograd; Mercator Shopping Centre, Bul Oslodojenja 102, Novi Sad; and Zmaj Jovina 24, Novi Sad. +381 11 2638 605

Zepter, Knez Mihailova 42, Beograd 11000, +381 11 3287 952

Bookshop at Museum of Modern Art, Tomšičeva 14, 1000 Ljubljana, +386 (0)1 2416 800

belgradestreets is now available on Amazon and through Cordee in the UK and direct from the publisher Komshe online.

Royalties from sales of my book in 2013 were donated to help those who have suffered during the floods in Serbia in 2014.

first edition
first edition

30 thoughts on “books

  1. That’s not a small feat, Andy! I don’t know where you are based, but what made you go to Belgrade to shoot?

  2. Thank you Paula! I was working on a consultancy assignment in Belgrade for three years, the photos were a fringe benefit, and I fell in love with the city and the people.

  3. just ordered it 🙂 hope it arrives fast, waiting for the confirmation mail 🙂 been planning it for a while, can’t wait to flip through the pages 🙂

  4. the book is fascinating, Andy… and it’s fascinating to see a Balkan country from a different perspective, you know 🙂 you’ve captured details that I’d prolly take for granted, yet through your camera they become so meaningful… love, love, love the book and your photography… I’m such a fan of how you see the world 🙂

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