National Road Number 5 (2015 & 2020)
by Lim Sokchanlina
Published 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.

Price: £20.00
You can purchase this book online from Catfish.books in UK, ship worldwide and in Phnom Penh at Pichet.

View the actual artworks National Road Number 5 (2015 & 2020).



‘River Pulses, Border Flows’ Transcends Politics Via Waterways
A group show at Times Museum, Guangzhou.
BY Qu Chang in exhibition reviews, Reviews across Asia.
04 Aug 2022

New location of Nichido NCA Contemporary Art gallery

“Three Cambodian Artists Use Diverse Artforms and Techniques to Speak of Today’s World”
BY: Michelle Vachon
Mar 23, 2022 10:36 AM
The Cambodianess news

“Exploring a corner of Cambodian-Japanese “Culture”
This article is part of the series of article “CULTURE” in collaboration between Japan Foundation Asian Center with “Nyonyum Magazine”.
Mar 20,2022

“Identity XVI – My Home? –” curated by Kenichi Kondo
Nichido NCA contemporary
Bijutsutecho, Japan

Lim Sokchanlina – Communicate as it is Fusion of reality and unreality
by Aya Kimura / Translated by Aura Art
Jun 06, 2020
Aura Asia Art Project

Generation in Transition: Changing Practice Cambodian Contemporary Art
Curated & Written by Chum Chanveasna
25 Nov, 2019
Aura Asia Art Project

(The joy of buying a genius idea. Interview with Art Collector Daisuke Miyazu)

Nov 09, 2019
Bijutsutecho, Japan

Art Review: Urban Aspiration
by Warren Feeney
Apr 08, 2016
Stuff, New Zealand

Out of Nowhere: Photography in Cambodia (Part Two)
By Leeza Ahmady and Erin Gleeson
July 1, 2013
Creative time reports