The Gallery 11 07 95 continued its activities in order to preserve the memory of the genocide in Srebrenica in 2022, a period of ten years since its establishment. The Gallery has been open to visitors throughout the year, giving them the chance to learn about genocide through the multimedia exhibition Srebrenica curator of the gallery Naida Mulaosmanovi, despite the aggravating circumstances of the coronaviruses epidemic.
The exhibition contains photographs of war reporters captured during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina and is part of the previously published monograph Bosnia 1992 1995, edited by Jon Jones and Remy Ourdan. As part of the temporary installation of the Gallery, part of the exhibition Greetings from Sarajevo Trio Design Sarajevo and the documentary film Miss Sarajevo Bill Carter have been kept.
As part of the celebration of the anniversary of the work, a panel with a picture of Tarik Samarah s Doll with an accompanying message is displayed on the facade of the building where the Gallery is located. She underlined that a large number of delegations visited the Gallery this year, and the visit that stands out is that of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Germany, Annalena Berabock. In addition to Minister Bearbock, the gallery was visited by R bert Ragnar Span President of the European Court of Human Rights, Petar Hanke a member of the Vienna City government, Barbara Gl ck, director of the Mauthausen Memorial from Austria and others.