This essay presents a historical account of the Stiev Selapak art collective and the group's evolving initiatives in engaging with Cambodian contemporary art.

This essay can be downloaded from the website of Udaya, Journal of Khmer Studies.
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Lyno VUTH

Location code CLP.2014
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Cambodian, 

English, 

French

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2014

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Udaya, Journal of Khmer Studies, 2014, Issue 12, pp. 253–302

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1

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