Wednesday, May 19, 2021
Home Authors Posts by Art Newspaper

Art Newspaper

Manipulated images of smiling Khmer Rouge victims prompt Cambodia to threaten Vice media with...

Irish artist Matt Loughrey’s reworked pictures of people murdered in Cambodia’s Killing Fields, published by Vice, may have broken country’s Archives Act.

After objections, Cambodian government rejects proposal for theme park on the outskirts of the...

Cambodia’s Culture and Fine Arts Ministry has rejected a proposal by the Hong Kong casino operator NagaCorp to build a resort and theme park near the sprawling Angkor Wat temple complex after concerns raised by Unesco.

Proposed resort and water park threaten ancient heritage of Angkor Wat in Cambodia

The Cambodian heritage site of Angkor, which encompasses the sprawling ancient temple complex of Angor Wat as well as the surrounding landscape, could be threatened by the forthcoming construction of a vast resort and theme park, much to the alarm of Unesco.

Douglas Latchford’s death reignites unresolved controversy over alleged smuggling of Cambodian antiquities

News of the death of dealer and expert in South East Asian art raises strong reactions and unanswered questions.

‘Adventurer scholar’ Douglas Latchford dies in Bangkok, aged 89

Expert in Khmer and Indian antiquities was a leading dealer in Cambodian art in the 1970s, but last year was accused of allegedly creating false provenances for antiquities.

Conservation project channels thinking of Angkor’s original builders

World Monument Fund completes restoration of the eastern half of Phnom Bakheng temple.