Explore Cambodian History: Angkor Complex Exhibition Tour at UMMA

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The “Angkor Complex: Cultural Heritage and Post-Genocide Memory in Cambodia” exhibition tour will be led by Cambodian artist Sopheap Pich and guest curator Nachiket Chanchani. The exhibition, running from February 3rd to July 28th, features over 80 artworks spanning a millennium, all crafted by various artists. The tour will spotlight the evolving visual culture of Cambodia and its diaspora against the backdrop of genocide, colonialism, and other disruptions.


“Angkor Complex: Cultural Heritage and Post-Genocide Memory in Cambodia” Exhibition Tour: UMMA

Event Date & Time: February 4, 2024, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Categories: Observer Editor, Free

Join Cambodian artist Sopheap Pich and guest curator Nachiket Chanchani for an in-depth exploration of Cambodian visual culture and its diaspora. This exhibition tour, running from February 3 to July 28, showcases over 80 works by various artists spanning a millennium, reflecting the changes in the face of genocide, colonialism, and other upheavals. The event takes place at UMMA A. Alfred Taubman Gallery I, 525 S. State St. and is free, but preregistration required at umma.umich.edu/events (space limited).

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