Phnom Penh was a horizontal city, with low buildings. Its recent development has made grow and grow every day more new vertical structures that change its appearance, its identity, its perception. Yet it is difficult, even if we perceive the changes, to have an idea
of what the current Phnom Penh looks like.
By using the panoramic format, by looking from far and from above, by analyzing the space the photographer allows us to discover a different city, in which horizontal and vertical must associate.
Born in 1978 in Prey Veng, Sangva Keo teaches English in Phnom Penh. His passion for photography led him to join the Studio Images of the French Institute of Cambodia.

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