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Images


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McDermott’s pictures are not just beautiful but iconic. . . . dreamlike photos that look as though they were taken in an ancient, forgotten world.
— The New York Times
 

John McDermott first came to Angkor in 1995 to witness a total eclipse of the sun. Inspired by the otherworldly light of the eclipse, he spent several years creating a definitive portrait of the ancient temples and the living Cambodian culture around them. Now Angkor is one of the premier tourist destinations in the world, with millions of visitors a year. The images that John captured of quiet temples surrounded by forest and village life are fast receding into history.

 
 

John now makes his home in Cambodia, and his photography is on exhibit at his two galleries in Siem Reap, Cambodia.

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MCDERMOTT GALLERY


MCDERMOTT GALLERY

At FCC Angkor

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MCDERMOTT GALLERY

At FCC Angkor

John McDermott found his calling in the temples and jungles of Cambodia. . . His pictures are hauntingly lit, more like paintings than photographs.
— Time Magazine

John McDermott’s images capture an Angkor that is rapidly vanishing: the hidden realm of temples lost in the jungle. This remarkable artistic portrait of the temples is on display at McDermott Gallery at FCC Angkor. The tranquil riverside property hosts some of Siem Reap’s finest boutiques and galleries, and is a marvelous location for a sunset cocktail overlooking the river.

Open: Noon - 8pm daily | +855 (0)12 274 274 | FCC Angkor, Pokambor Avenue, Siem Reap, Cambodia

 
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MCDERMOTT GALLERY


MCDERMOTT GALLERY

At the Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor

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MCDERMOTT GALLERY

At the Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor

McDermott’s monochrome images reveal a dark and moody side of the temples.

One of John's first exhibitions of his Angkor photography was held in the historic Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor in 2001. Now the hotel houses the newest McDermott Gallery, which John designed to create a meditative experience that immerses visitors in an artistic vision of the temples. 

Open: 10am-10pm daily | +855 (0)92 718 717 | Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor, 1 Vithei Charles de Gaulle, Siem Reap, Cambodia

 
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ARCHIVAL FINE ART PRINTS


ARCHIVAL FINE ART PRINTS

 

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ARCHIVAL FINE ART PRINTS


ARCHIVAL FINE ART PRINTS

 

John’s distinctive technique reveals an ethereal vision that stimulates our imagination… His images travel from the eyes directly into the heart.”
— Kenro Izu

John's images are available as archival fine art prints. They are all personally created and signed by him, on museum quality cotton rag paper with archival inks.

All images are available for purchase in several sizes, including 9x13 inch, 12x18 inch, 20x30 inch and 40x60 inch. Some images are available as open edition prints while others are printed in limited editions.

All prints can be shipped directly to your home.

 For a catalog of John's prints, please email our curator Bina Hanley at bina@mcdermottgallery.com

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BOOK


BOOK

Elegy: Reflections On Angkor

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BOOK

Elegy: Reflections On Angkor

A COLLECTOR'S KEEPSAKE

The defining images of Angkor.
— The New York Times

Elegy: Reflections on Angkor is the definitive collection of John McDermott’s photography of Angkor.  The newly printed second edition includes 45 new images. 

 

30x30 cm (12x12”)                 256 pages                113 images                 $90

Elegy: Reflections on Angkor is also available in a special limited edition of 101 books, each of which is signed and numbered by the artist and comes with an original archival print of one of John’s most beloved images, Elephants at the Gate, in a custom clamshell case. This luscious coffee table book with its gorgeous images and subtle tonalities is a collector’s keepsake.

Worldwide shipping is included.

Limited edition of 101 30x30 cm (12x12”)  256 pages 113 images $575