July 21 – Sept 30, 2019
The third exhibition at Treeline Gallery is a collaboration between Treeline Gallery and private collector Larry Strange, bringing together a collection of cross-disciplinary works from artists Chan Dany, Chhim Sothy, Khchao Touch, Khvay Samnang, Leang Seckon, Meas Sokhorn, Mil Chankrim, Oeur Sokuntevy, Sopheap Pich, Sao Sreymao, Svay Ken and Vandy Rattana.
The exhibition title comes from the title of Larry Strange’s collection catalog, “Ti Prasap”, which is closely translated in English as “confluence” or “where streams meet”. Many streams come together in these works - traditional and modern, figurative and abstract, urban and rural, personal and political, younger and older generations, and various media, from oil painting to watercolour, ink drawing, rattan, photography, and sculpture. The diverse practices of the artists selected for this exhibition reflect not only the exploration of their own contested histories but also of current power structures, economic development and people’s everyday lives.
It provides a historical reflection on Cambodian contemporary art that continues to grow and resonate locally and internationally.” -Vuth Lyno