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Phnom Penh Tries Green (8)

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

A more Southern part of street 19 than last time… Phnom Penh is a crowded city. A real organic city: growing, evolving, adapting spontaneously with its inhabitants. Unlike many developed countries, and still for now, most Cambodians have their roots in a rural environment, subject to the laws of mother nature. The migrants coming to […]

Phnom Penh Tries Green (7)

Friday, January 11th, 2013

Today: back to street 15… Phnom Penh is a crowded city. A real organic city: growing, evolving, adapting spontaneously with its inhabitants. Unlike many developed countries, and still for now, most Cambodians have their roots in a rural environment, subject to the laws of mother nature. The migrants coming to the capital adapt quickly to […]

Phnom Penh Tries Green (6)

Thursday, January 10th, 2013

Today: street 19… Phnom Penh is a crowded city. A real organic city: growing, evolving, adapting spontaneously with its inhabitants. Unlike many developed countries, and still for now, most Cambodians have their roots in a rural environment, subject to the laws of mother nature. The migrants coming to the capital adapt quickly to the concrete […]

Phnom Penh Tries Green (5)

Tuesday, December 25th, 2012

Phnom Penh is a crowded city. A real organic city: growing, evolving, adapting spontaneously with its inhabitants. Unlike many developed countries, and still for now, most Cambodians have their roots in a rural environment, subject to the laws of mother nature. The migrants coming to the capital adapt quickly to the concrete and disorder, leaving […]

Phnom Penh Tries Green (4)

Friday, December 21st, 2012

Phnom Penh is a crowded city. A real organic city: growing, evolving, adapting spontaneously with its inhabitants. Unlike many developed countries, and still for now, most Cambodians have their roots in a rural environment, subject to the laws of mother nature. The migrants coming to the capital adapt quickly to the concrete and disorder, leaving […]

Phnom Penh Tries Green (3)…

Wednesday, December 19th, 2012

This is the start of a new series, initiated here and continued here… December is a good month for this: crisp light for the next weeks… Phnom Penh is a crowded city. A real organic city: growing, evolving, adapting spontaneously with its inhabitants. Unlike many developed countries, and still for now, most Cambodians have their […]

Intersection 2012…

Wednesday, December 12th, 2012

The projection of ‘Intersection’, sponsored by the E.U., took place on the rooftop of the Faculty of Fine Arts exhibition hall in Phnom Penh. Christian Caujolle, curator of the PPPhoto festival, pairs a Khmer and and a foreign photographer to work on a common theme for three days. The theme was ’5′, for the fifth […]

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Sunday, December 9th, 2012

The Phnom Penh Photo festival is under way. It is the 5th edition, curated by Christian Caujolle. Photography exhibitions in many places (Georges Rousse, Binh Dang, Vandy Rattana, Wang Lin are the ones who I’ll remember for now… haven’t seen everything yet), projections (I’ll have one on the funeral of King N. Sihanouk and one […]