Since the beginnings of photography, the portrait has been a genre continually practiced by artists fascinated by the human face, its expressions, and its ability to reveal an individual. It has multiple uses, from “detective work” to the display of glamour. For tragic reasons linked to its history and also because they allow the affirmation or questioning of identity, portraits have occupied an important place in Cambodia.
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