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Cambodia’s hidden world of contemporary art

By Robert Turnbull  

Leang Seckon:

As the Khmer Rouge trial in Cambodia belatedly begins to reap results, the British art gallery Rossi & Rossi has taken the bold step of exhibiting one of the country’s leading artists, Leang Seckon, from tomorrow until 29th April.

Seckon’s work has been hailed for its wit and audacity in far-flung corners of the world—he has been shown in Norway, Japan, Hong Kong and the USA—but this is his first solo exhibition in Europe. Using…

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