Peter Klashorst Portraits of Ghosts S-21, Phnom Penh-Cambodia
Making of Ghosts S-21 exhibition. Photo essay by Michael Klinkhamer
by Michael Klinkhamer
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About the Book
Includes an Interview (Dutch) with the artist.
Haunting photography and a selection of the S-21 exhibited art works in print.
Dutch artist Peter Klashorst exhibited life size paintings at the former Tuol Sleng Khmer Rouge prison, code name S-21 in Phnom Penh Cambodia in 2011.
This art magazine is a future collectors item.
Features & Details
- Primary Category: Fine Art
- Additional Categories Arts & Photography Books
Project Option: US Letter, 8.5×11 in, 22×28 cm
# of Pages: 28
- Publish Date: Dec 18, 2022
- Language Dutch
- Keywords S21, Khmer Rouge, Phnom Penh, Klashorst, Cambodia
About the Creator
All my life I have been fascinated by images. As a photographer I have been making portraits and reports for well-known "glossy" and news magazines for decades. In recent years 2010-2022 I have mainly been active in Southeast Asia with my photography workshops and photo travel company. In Cambodia, for 7 years we have provided daily photo tours and photo safari and social photography for NGOs such as Oxfam-Novib. Portrait, repo and street photography. This work has now resulted in an incredibly rich photo archive and I am currently publishing these photos and stories in Blurb magazines and books. Always looking for the intimate image that touches the eye on different layers plays an important role for me. Filters and bias obscure the truth. I like real and pure. With the Blurb publishing, I found an incredibly satisfying way to print my work in a personal way and publish photos outside the digital social media jungle. Books and printed magazines are long lasting and personal.