ciro totku’s cambodian adventure

posted by the scholar on July 20th, 2007
filed under: art, artists, photography

look at these intriguing photos from graphic designer ciro totku.



he was born in moscow but now lives in sihanoukville, a seaside village in cambodia.



ciro received his first camera at age ten (hmm, just like phil toledano) from his parents.



although selective use of color is a leitmotif here, ciro also has some compelling black and white photos.




austere, abstract and intense.

more photos and a tiny bit of info about ciro here.

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3 Responses to “ciro totku’s cambodian adventure”

  1. annoymous Says:

    C’est beau!

  2. the scholar Says:

    merci pour ta visite, anonymous! oui, je conviens. je ne peux pas si je prefere les photos des couleurs ou sans couleurs. d’accord, je l’aime tout.

    i hope that i said that properly? 🙂

  3. Casper Says:

    Hi, just come across your site whilst searching for more of Ciro’s work. I find his work inspiring, amazing in it’s simplicity!

    I live in Sihanoukville but have yet to bump into him.

    Thank you for the images.

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