On the 11th of July 1995, the Serbian army attacks the Muslim enclave of Srebrenica. Nearly 8,000 men were massacred in three days. In Bosnia, and in the rest of the world, the former thermal city became the symbol of barbarity in ex-Yugoslavia. Twenty years after what remains the largest massacre in Europe since the Second World War, the city seems frozen in the darkness of its history. A new generation is wandering through its remains. They are of genocide age and experience the indefinable time after the war as they seek to escape from this endless night. This is the reality shown by Adrien Selbert who has captured Srebrenica at night to accentuate its symbolic dimension. This photographic series, which the journalist Roger Cohen (New York Times) accompanies with a text, has won numerous awards, including the 2015 White House Award.