Since the 1990s, librarian Jean-Jacques Donard and photographer Philippe Bataillard have been identifying, collecting, digitizing in high resolution and labeling some 40,000 iconographic documents around South East Asia. National archives, private collections, published yet hard-to-find art and history books, have been thoroughly reviewed and digitized with utmost care in order to keep the memory alive

Angkorian Perspectives

From early attempts to capture the scope of large buildings up to the first aerial photos of Angkor.

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Khmer Influence in Faraway Lands

In modern Laos and Thailand, Khmer art of building and sculpting is still highly visible

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The Rebirth of Angkor

Explorers, archeological campaigns, first rebuilding efforts in late 19th century and several decades of the 20th century.

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The Sculptors

Sculptures, bas-reliefs, frescoes, through archives and publications during Angkor's rediscovery.

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The Builders

Architectural achievements in Angkor and Angkorian temples

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Angkor Plans, Maps, Sketches

The mapping of Angkor Archeological Site in early modern era

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Angkor Replicas

For these gigantic replicas, French powers-that-be recruited the best architects and craftsmen. However, ideological self-celebration primed over accuracy.

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