Letter to My Mother is a visual and literary body of work created by artist and photographer Branislav Jankic. Inspired by his own mother, Jankic seeks to raise awareness of and change the conversation around addiction in order to lift the stigma and create an international support system for those suffering from this disease.
In honor of these women, BB|AM and Branislav Jankic produced an immersive multimedia installation at Spring Studios in New York City.
Branislav Jankic, born in 1983 in Vukovar (former Yugoslavia), is a conceptual artist and photographer living and working in New York. After finishing his studies in Germany in 2008, Jankic travelled to Milan, where he met the distinguished photographer Gian Paolo Barbieri, who became his mentor. Upon moving to New York in 2009, Jankic had the opportunity to work with renowned fashion photographer Bruce Weber. Jankic is now a multi-media artist drawing on his own life experiences combining childhood memories, cultural traditions, tales, and rituals along with studies in philosophy and psychology. He looks to use his personal experiences and immediate environment to create artworks that speak to his audience in a wider context. His most recent exhibition, Flowers of My Life, was shown in Milan in March of 2016.
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