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A ‘Retrospective’ of Shōji Ueda

We’re thrilled to present ‘Retrospective’, an exhibition of works by one of Japan’s most outstanding photographers, the late Shōji Ueda. Born in 1913, Shoji was influential in developing photography in Japan throughout the 1900s. He was renowned for his unique style, using a combination of surrealism and realism to produce captivating images. An adventurer, he explored […]

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2016 Guest Curator Showcase: Claudia Hinterseer

Claudia Hinterseer ‘We Alter Nature’ From eroding coastlines to the food we put on our plate, the Angkor Photo Festival’s 2016 Guest Curator Claudia Hinterseer has put together a collection of documentary photography to showcase how ‘We Alter Nature’ as humans, and the oftentimes destructive and unsustainable effects humans have on the environment. As an […]

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World Press Photo comes to Angkor

Connecting the best visual journalism to a global audience.   For the first time, the award winning images of the annual World Press Photo Contest will be on show in Cambodia as part of the 12th Angkor Photo Festival & Workshops. “The exhibition highlights the best of international photojournalism and major issues and events around the globe,” […]

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‘The Impact Project’ Showcase

First launched in 2014, The Impact Project at Angkor Photo Festival & Workshops is a themed showcase presented during an evening of projections. The showcase aims to highlight individuals, groups, or small organisations who are making a positive impact on social or environmental issues. 2016 Programme This year, the showcase includes work by photographers from around […]

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Shining a Greenlight on the environment

Our 2016 GreenLight Exhibition Series puts a spotlight on the environment thanks to two exceptional photographers – Pierre Gleizes and Daesung Lee. The GreenLight Series consists of two separate exhibitions featuring the work of Frenchman, Gleizes and South Korea’s Lee. While the style and subjects of their images are quite different, both explore the state of […]

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Photographers, discover ADAGP!

We are pleased to announce our partnership with the non-profit ADAGP (Société des artistes dans les arts graphiques et plastiques), a French royalty collecting and distribution society in the field of graphic and visual arts which is now one of the biggest collecting societies in the world. We are grateful for the support of ADAGP’s […]

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A talk by RUOM Collective. 11th Edition of the Angkor Photo Festival & Workshops. Siem Reap, Cambodia. December 2015

A Peek at the Numbers

It’s a wrap! It’s been almost two weeks since we closed this year’s call for festival submissions and workshop applications, and we are hard at work looking at each and every entry. The results for both the festival programme and workshop participants will be announced by the end of July. (Don’t worry about having to constantly check […]

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Travel and Project Grants for Workshop Participants

EDIT NOTE: This post has been edited to include the new grants now available for Malaysian and Filipino participants. We are pleased to announce the launch of the Angkor Travel Grant to provide financial assistance to participants of the 12th Angkor Photo Workshops from Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines! Initiated by well known photographer Andri Tambunan, […]

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