Kong Siden’s imaginative works are being shown at Sa Sa Art Projects in Phnom Penh until November 30. PHOTO SUPPLIED

Siden’s digital art sparks memories in new exhibition

Publication date 20 September 2023 | 21:29 | ICT

Kong Siden, the well-known artist and interior designer, has unveiled his first solo exhibition, Moments in Light, an exploration of the changing urbanscapes and landscapes of Cambodia.



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