Bicycle legs and boxer legs from the ‘Poids Mouche‘ book (see also the Magnum In Motion) .
Archive for November, 2010
Okay, Photo Phnom Penh is officially opened. But why are openings always so unsatisfying? Could it be post-partum depression? Don’t get me wrong… There is some really nice work to be seen, and the French Cultural Center did an incredible job piecing things together. It’s just that I wonder if people really care about this. [...]
Traffic lights in Spain from an assignment by and on the city of Bilbao, and in Cambodia.
Couples 15 years apart. The first one from the Italian selection. The second from Being 20 in Phnom Penh…
This is just a teaser for my exhibition at Bophana Center during Photo Phnom Penh festival organised by the French Cultural Center, opening officially on Nov. 28th. You’ll understand that physical visitors will be the first to actually see the setup.
I just updated my website with a story called Cambodia Two Sides of the River, related to both the Close to the Edge project and the Koh Pich stampede. Today is National Mourning Day in Cambodia.
What more can you say…
A few days ago Duong Sokha, a journalist who I worked with at Ka-set, got married to Kua Bopha. In fact a quite entertaining event for the 500 people invited to the dinner party if you can stand the noise levels and escape the breath testers from the police on the way home.