Innermost II is the work of Heng Ravuth in which he continues to explore self-portraiture and the body as a medium for expressing the human condition. Refusing to be a “messenger” Ravuth proposes compositions that evoke mystery and curiosity.
Unity is the intimate and emotional portrayal of a country mourning the death of its former King Sihanouk. Bathed in warm tones of candlelight, the images capture moments of deeply felt grief and human tenderness that emerges in times of tragedy.
Gods and Angels is an exhibition of costumes from the early work of award-winning dancer/choreographer Sophiline Cheam Shapiro.