Cambodian performance art: “Roundtables” seminar

Artists, curators and researchers explore performance art in Cambodia in a day-long seminar – “Roundtables: The Body, the Lens, the City”. Critical issues including the use of the body, art in the context of the city scape and the role of documentation in performance were on the agenda.

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Making art history: New York’s Season of Cambodia 2013 – curator interview Leeza Ahmady, Erin Gleeson

Leeza Ahmady and Erin Gleeson speak to Art Radar about curating Cambodian contemporary art for the 2013 Season of Cambodia festival in New York City.

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Phnom Penh artists respond to vanishing lake, rapidly changing lifestyle – curator Erin Gleeson

In April 2011, Voice of America reported local curator Erin Gleeson as stating that nearly 80 percent of Cambodian artists are currently making work in response to urbanisation.

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Sand-covered Cambodian artist Khvay Samnang’s Phnom Penh lake performance

Cambodian artist Khvay Samnang questions urban development in his home country through performance photography and video, on show at local gallery SA SA BASSAC.

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5 80s born contemporary Cambodian artists featured in historic show Forever Until Now

 CAMBODIAN ART SHOW REVIEWS This post features introductory profiles of 5 Cambodian contemporary artists born in the 1980s in the 14 artist historic group show Forever Until Now curated by Cambodia-based Erin Gleeson.  The show which can be seen at Chancery Lane Gallery Hong … Continue reading

Historic show documents development of Cambodian art – Forever Until Now

CAMBODIAN ART SHOW In a unique documentary and historic show, Cambodian-based curator Erin Gleeson brings the works of  14 Cambodian modern and contemporary artists  to 10 Chancery Lane Gallery in Hong Kong. This post is the first in a three part series. … Continue reading