“Shrapnels” by Marko Georgiev is a selection of photographs made during last year’s war crisis in Macedonia. It is a view of the events, a critic of the entire press machinery, the actions of all institutions,individuals, armies and special units mostly towards the reporters, but also the reporters themselves towards the situation. Many texts and information about individuals and events at the time of the military actions could not have been published because of the seriousness of the situation.
This time, Georgiev, who went out in he field to take photographs of the crisis by his own will, discovers the dirty side of journalism, the invisible side that has no
place in the TV reports, journalists texts, censorship and selection of   information. He enters the intimacy of the people directly influenced by the war, describing events about the reporters themselves and the way they got the wanted information and photographs. The accent in the photographs and texts is put on the global, silent and unimposed censorship, where the domestic journalists
weren’t successful and the foreign ones used that as an advantage.