At a Glance
“Cambodia From Near and Far,” black-and-white photography of Angkor Wat and Cambodia by Doris Boettcher. Opens April 6th, 6:30 p.m. Through May 3.
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After a successful first exhibit at the FCC Angkor in February, Doris Boettcher brings a revamped selection of black-and-white photography to Phnom Penh for an exhibit titled “Cambodia Near and Far.”
Predominantly a collection of photography from Angkor Wat and other temples, “Cambodia Near and Far” also includes a few slice-of-life shots from around the country. The focus, Boettcher says, is on the details which you normally miss.
A resident of Phnom Penh since 2004, Boettcher says “travelling and taking photos means being open to the past and present, about culture, nature, and people in each country I visit. I have been taking photos with my Rolleiflex camera (first with black and white photos then in colour and now in black and white again) to keep them in my mind and documented for other people.”
“Cambodia Near and Far” opens April 6th at the FCC Phnom Phnom. The exhibit runs through May 3.