Tarik Samarah is a freelance photographer based in Sarajevo, Bosnia. Between July and December 2002, he documented the legacy of Srebrenica. “After Auschwitz the world said never again,” Samarah states, explaining the project, “but Srebrenica happened. After Srebrenica, massacres and crimes continue. . . . I would be ashamed to be speechless or quiet in this kind of world.” He has used his photographs of the legacy of Srebrenica to help bring greater awareness of the atrocities that were committed when it fell to Serbian troops in 1995. He has displayed some of the images on billboards across Bosnia in September 2003, and in July 2005, on billboards in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. In 2003, he donated a collection of his work documenting the fall of Srebrenica to what will become part of the permanent exhibition at the Srebrenica Memorial Center in Potocari, Bosnia. His work has been displayed in Bosnia, Austria, and Germany. A temporary exhibit of his work, titled “Abandoned at Srebrenica: Ten Years Later,” opened at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on July 11, 2005. He is represented by the Italian agency, Grazia Neri.