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Jaroslav Poncar
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Jaroslav Poncar
Angkor - December 09 2006 until January 20, 2007

 

As a member of the German Aspara Conservation Project, Jaroslav Poncar is currently in charged of the truly comprehensive photographic documentation of Angkor Wat in Cambodia as part of the UNESCO program for the preservation of Angkor. He spends a major portion of the year in Cambodia and no one surpasses his familiarity with this greatest ensemble of temples on earth that seems to extend infinitely into its surrounding jungles. Poncars best photographs will be presented in this exhibition

Jaroslav Poncar was born in Prague in 1945. Since 1973 he lives in Cologne, where he is Professor for Photo Engineering and Media Technology at the University of Applied Sciences.
His countless, photographically motivated travels took him mostly to the Himalayas and Tibet, to Central Asia, India and Cambodia. Since 1976 he has developed an especial preference for panorama photography. In 1985, he was the first European to cross Tibet from East and West. The following year he spent many month with Tibetean nomads.

His photographs will take place in the exhibition at the Art and Exhibition Hall of Federal Republic of Germany at Bonn (15.12.2006 bis 9.4.2007) Angkor - Sacred Heritage of Cambodia.

 
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