A review of the exhibition 'Forever Until Now' which was held in March 2009 at the two sites of Chancery Lane Gallery, Hong Kong. Curated by Erin Gleeson, the exhibition featured works of 14 Cambodian artists who cover three generations of artists active in Cambodia today. Three of the artists, like Vann Nath, survived the dark times during the Khmer Rouge's reign from 1975 to 1979, and they produced works that testify to the horror.
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Erin GLEESON

Location code CLP.09.03.04
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English

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4 – 17 Mar 2009

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Time Out Hong Kong, 4 – 17 Mar 2009, Issue 23, p. 58

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