Khmer traditional stone sculptures are internationally acclaimed for their detail and beauty.
Ung Chinary has been widely recognized for bringing together material, concepts and sounds from the East and the West into works.
Panh Bosba was raised by her Cambodian father, Panh Meng Heang, and Laotian mother, Lili Sisombath, and educated at a French school.
Curators of the exhibit say they hope “Gods of Angkor” will raise international awareness of the richness of Cambodia’s artwork.
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Sy’s natural ability and style have made it hard for people to believe he only recently studied ballet.
Theater drama aimed at getting people to talk about their trauma under the Khmer Rouge.
Their most recent works, which received wide acclaim, were “Agangamasor” and “His Magic Power.”
Thirty-six masterworks of Cambodia’s collection of some 7,000 bronzes will show at the Smithsonian’s Sackler Gallery.
The festival will allow some of these apprentices to showcase work they have practiced for years.
"Breaking the Silence" is a play of real stories of people who survived the Khmer Rouge regime.
A story about a student who dreamed about a better world: a man of 52 meets his mother of 75.