I updated the story I did on Rohingya refugees from Myanmar in Bangladesh back in 1992 with new scans and never before edited photographs. The full story on my website can be found HERE.
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An exhibition!!! It doesn’t happen often, but was bound to happen. Some vintage prints from my early work (we’re talking 1970′s-1980′s) will be exhibited for sale at ‘44 Gallery‘ in Brugge (Belgium) from May 3rd to May 25th (the oficial opening is on Sunday May 4th at 16:00). The exhibited 30×40 cm prints were all […]
It was yesterday… And these photographs were taken 1/4 of a century ago. I wonder if things have changed that much… The full story is HERE.
Louis Aragon: “Women are the future of men”… That’s maybe why, in Cambodia, men shut them up, lock them up, beat them up… Hopefully, and unlike in these photographs, Cambodian women will enjoy a peaceful day tomorrow for International Women’s Day… Honouring the Cambodian women who struggle to be heard…
These horses are not Chinese! But this Chinese New Year is the year of the horse. I wish you a happy New Year. AND DON’T SPARE THE HORSES…
Rithy Panh’s masterfull movie ‘The Missing Picture’(or how poetry can describe horror), was nominated for an Oscar in the best foreign-language film category. I was privileged enough to be allowed to follow Rithy Panh on a few of his movie sets.
‘Same Same‘, ‘Royal Silence‘ and ‘30 Years for a Trial‘, the e-books I have published until now are also available on the Japanese iBookstore on iTunes. That is a total of 51 countries… excepting Cambodia as there is no cambodian iTunes yet… ‘A Fine Thread‘, about the ongoing issues in the garment sector of Cambodia, […]
And now for something to read. Manik Katyal’s Emaho Magazine convinced me to give lengthy answers to a few questions they had in the interview linked HERE. And here are the photographs which accompany the interview. If you are into interviews and want to check if I am consistent: HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE are […]