Neak Sophal’s newest series seeks to counter — or at least complicate — traditional depictions of women, as well as other sexist aspects of Cambodian culture.
The real subject of Displaced is the arbitrary means by which Muslims of Thailand and Myanmar are subjected to abhorrent violence.
Zhuang Wubin provides a solid framework for critically exploring the region’s varied histories and notable practitioners of an oft-unsung medium.
‘#BKKY’ is a coming-of-age love story following Jojo, who embodies an amalgamation of interviews the director conducted with 100 Thai teenagers.
Osamu Ishiyama’s structure exemplifies the surprising adaptability of humans in the face of dehumanizing events.
Graffiti in Cambodia has not historically been very common, but that’s changing fast.
At the 11th annual Giant Puppet Project festival, artists and children proudly paraded gleaming puppets down central Siem Reap, a bustling tourist city in Cambodia.
Art Stage Singapore’s tagline is “We Are Asia,” but the fair’s dream of representing all of Asia’s art is just that — a dream.
Two video installations currently at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) in Chicago place the viewer within images and their history, and demand we look at them differently.
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia — For far too long, and to this day, Southeast Asia has been aestheticized, largely by the French, as a means to advance the role of the colonizer.
Although artist Julius Redillas is based in Manila, Philippines, both his day job and much of his art practice are located online.
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia — Prumsodun Ok deeply loves classical Khmer dance.