How young Cambodian visual artists are re-exploring Angkorian designs and artistic codes.
Indic Influences on Dance as Devotion in Angkor
The goddesses and women of Angkor.Scholarly, artistic and literary musings in the realm of devatas and apsaras.
An impressive collection of devatas and apsaras graces the small temple of Ta Som, north-east of Angkor Thom.
A thorough study of the female figures "inhabiting" Angkor Wat leads the author to novel considerations about the symbolic and...
The first recension of female sculpted representations in Angkor, and and enduring study in "Khmer elegance".
The Apsara Dance re-created by Queen Kossamak and performed by her grand-daughter Princess Buppha Devi.
Garments and hand gestures of devata (goddesses) as indicators for historians and archeologists.
Origins and Evolution of Khmer Jewelry for Angels and Human Beings