Current Exhibitions

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Storytellers – Through the Lens of Contemporary
Period: 2022.10.28-11.9
Venue: NCA l Nichido Contemporary Art
It is apart of Art Week Tokyo, Tokyo’s citywide initiative for contemporary art starting between Nov 3-6, 2022 in collaboration with Art Basel.

View the artworks in the show here Letter To The Sea


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Emotional Asia
Miyatsu Daisuke Collections x
Fukuoka Asian Art Museum

Period: Sep 15, 2022 – Dec 25, 2022
Venue: Fukuoka, Japan
– Main Venue:Asia Gallery
– Satelite Venue: BOAT RACE Fukuoka, Genjuuan, Asian

Plaza at Yoshizuka Little Asia Market

Since the 1990s, contemporary Asian art has become more visible as one of the mainstreams in the global art scene. This exhibition combines works from the collection by Miyatsu Daisuke, known as one of the top art collectors in Japan, and those from Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, presenting 95 artworks by 45 participating artists from East and Southeast Asia. During the exhibition period, satellite venues will be open at different locations in the city of Fukuoka. The artworks vividly captured emotions and sentiments evoked from wavering contemporary lives, which are also the very reflection of “ourselves” in the present.

I am honor that my works, National Road Number 5 (2015) and (2020) collected by both Mr. Miyatsu Daisuke and Fukuoka Asian Art Museum. The works are in the show.


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Sa Sa Art Projects in Documenta15
18 Jun-25 Sept 2022, Kassel, Germany
Venue: Huebner-areal

Towards documenta fifteen, ruangrupa invites community-oriented collectives, organizations, and institutions from around the world to practice lumbung with each other and work on new models of sustainability and collective practices of sharing.

Sa Sa Art Projects is an artist-run initiative dedicated to experimental and critical contemporary art practices. It was founded in 2010 by the arts collective Stiev Selapak and operated from a historic apartment complex called the “White Building” in Phnom Penh until 2017, when it was demolished.

At its new location, Sa Sa Art Projects has shifted toward a stronger engagement with Cambodian young artists and art graduates while continuing to build a deeper dialogue with artists within Asia through its creative education programs, exhibitions, its signature Pisaot artist residency, and other collaborative projects. With its activities, Sa Sa Art Projects addresses Cambodia’s lack of infrastructure for contemporary art education and engagement.
The collective is also hosting a series of events and programs in the framework of lumbung program at Sandershaus / Haferkakaofabrik.

If you want to know more, head over to

View the artwork in the show, Letter to the sea
View the exhibition, Mchas Teuk Mchas Dei (Master of Lands and Waters) by Sa Sa Art Projects


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National Road Number 5 (2015 & 2020)
by Lim Sokchanlina
Publish by Catfish.books

Book Spec:
150 copies
Single Edition ( English ), 2022
Slip sleeve encasing two books
Essay book 12 pp A5. Saddle Stitch
Photo book 36 pp A5. Saddle Stitch

Split over two books to reference the work and an original essay by Caroline Ha Thuc, National Road Number 5 is the long awaited first book by one of Cambodias most prolific artists.

You can purchase this book online from Catfish.books in UK, ship worldwide and at Pichet in Phnom Penh.

View the artwork here, National Road Number 5 (2015 & 2020).