Penh to Paper – 22 buildings is an art exhibition depicting some of Phnom Penh’s most significant architectural landmarks by Architects such as Jean Desbois, Vann Molyvann & Mam Sophana. The exhibition largely covers the city’s colonial-era to the angular, post-independence “new-Khmer” architecture, all of which contributed to the low rise elegance of the city referring to Phnom Penh’s past as the “Pearl of Asia” and also includes examples of the Angkorian period and contemporary works.
Scottish artist, Stuart Croxford (pictured below), formally trained and qualified as an Architect at the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture in Aberdeen, Scotland and now works as a professional artist.
He has lived and exhibited his work in London, Shanghai and currently resides in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Inspired by his architectural training and influenced by architectural drawings by the likes of Charles Rennie Macintosh, Frank Lloyd Wright, Paul Rudolph & Lebbeus Woods, Stuart creates detailed ink and graphite works of art depicting his global travels.