The letter André Malraux sent to French Resident-General after being assigned to house-arrest for looting Banteay Srei temple
A laudatory, one-sided, study on the less than two years André Malraux spent in then Indochina, from December 1923 to December 1925.
A remarkable approach of Angkor and pre-Angkorian structures by a Japanese architect and specialist of Hindu-Buddhist architecture
An English translation of famous "Le Glaize", the reference 1944 Architectural Guide by Angkor Conservator Maurice Glaize.
"The Mystery of the Deserted Khmer Cities and their vanished splendour; and A Description of Life in Cambodia To-Day"
How a young architect became one of the greatest archaeologists and conservators at Angkor.
The alternance of "bright" and "dull" periods in Khmer sculptuary art.
A compilation of the imagery of musicians and musical instruments across bas-reliefs in Angkor Wat, Banteay Srei and the Bayon.
One century later, André Malraux's raid on Banteay Srei bas-reliefs is still raising interest and controversy.
Planet-alignement during the consecration of Banteay Srei Temple.
TRIBUTE TO THE 81 YEARS OF HER MAJESTY QUEEN NORODOM MONINEATH SIHANOUK
Khmer Art Worldwide
Entry #11 in Khmer Art Worldwide Collection
An exhaustive update on contemporary archaelogical finds, and what we do know about the urbanistic development of the Angkorian city.
A major modernist photographer and globe-trotter captured several Angkor temples in 1960-1962.
Never-seen-before photographs of Angkor temples and Siem Reap River dating back to 1968.