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Olympic Stadium, Phnom Penh

Limited Edition
Edition of 2


Image Size 
80 x 120 cm

Architect Vann Molyvann was monumental in creating the New Khmer style of architecture after Kampuchea secured independence in 1953. French mannerisms cloaked the city and a new direction was needed. A blend of Modern and traditional Angkor, the new built environment landed Phnom Penh the moniker 'Pearl of the East'. But today only a handful of Molyvann's masterpieces remain, the land beneath them sold out to foreign contractors to build new condos no one wants to live in. The National Olympic Stadium has, so far, survived this erasure of pre-war Khmer identity. Each day, this open public space is frequented by the community as a place to exercise, rest or simply observe. Despite its name, the stadium has never hosted an Olympic Games.

︎ Framed — AUD 1200
︎ Unframed — AUD 760

These fine art prints are printed on 100% cotton rag and framed in sustainably sourced Victorian Ash hardwood. Frames are made and assembled by hand in Melbourne by the team at Format Framing.

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Prices include standard shipping in Australia. Delivery is tracked, and all work is insured against loss or damage.
Each order is printed on demand. Please allow two weeks delivery time.

For delivery in time for Christmas, please place your order by December 6, 2019.

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