A new exhibition by local artist Leang Seckon seeks to teach its viewers more about themselves through their own skin, and the skin of others.
"All people stand in front of mirrors to see their faces, complexion and appearance several times a day, and they always notice the unsatisfactory defects," Leang Seckon said, opening his exhibition, "Skin," which opened March 6 and will continue through the month of March.
The show incorporates paintings on several types of skin, including snake.
Only 30 years old, Leang Seckon, has long had experience in painting and is recognized by the international community.
His paintings hang in the national museums of the US and Singapore, and he has sold paintings to patrons from many countries.
Reactions to his latest exhibition varied on Thursday's opening.
Hor Vireak said at the exhibition opening he didn't understand the paintings and maybe needed one month more to do so.
Fleur Smith, from New Zealand, said that the skin sent a message, that even though we have different skin and different colors, we can all be friends and should not discriminate.
Minister of TourismThong Khon said that the paintings were good for foreigners as well as Cambodia's young generation.