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Asia Motion Newsletter - March 2020

FISH & ANTS © Remissa MAK 2005

FISH & ANTS REMISSA MAK AT ART IN THE PARK AT THE FRENCH EMBASSY IN PHNOM PENH IN MARCH

FISH & ANTS © Remissa MAK 2005

The proverb “WHEN THE WATER RISES, THE FISH EATS THE ANT; WHEN THE WATER RECEDES THE ANT EATS THE FISH” is a well-known ancient Khmer proverb which is still very popular in the contemporary lives of Cambodian people.

After a particularly successful first edition, the Embassy of France in Cambodia will open its doors to the general public on Saturday March 7, 2020 for the second edition of “Art in the park”.
Nine renowned artists, 8 Cambodians and 1 French, were invited to create or recreate works that engage in a poetic and silent dialogue between the natural elements of the park and that of objects, volumes or artistic installations.

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BARRIO SAGRADO ©V.Villafranca

BARRIO SAGRADO VEEJAY VILLAFRANCA AT STRANGE FRUIT EXHIBITION AND LUZVIMINDA

BARRIO SAGRADO ©V.Villafranca

BARRIO SAGRADO is Veejay Rius Villafranca ongoing work on Filipino spirituality, it was part of two booths at the Art Fair Philippines together with some of the country's esteemed photographers in February 2020.

STRANGE FRUIT - a disentanglement of everything that we are. It is a homage to the gods, a tribute for the forlorn, a lament for the dead. It is an ode to the strange and surreal that continue to haunt us a nation.
The exhibition is undoubtedly a presentation and study of the idiosyncrasies of the Philippines in relation to our neighboring countries and the rest of the world.

LUZVIMINDA is an archive of Philippine photography under development at Pioneer Studios.
Luzviminda: Archive of Philippine PhotographyThrough the thoughtful curation of Katya Guerrero, the images featured will be an continuation of the lenticular prints from a series of diptychs selected from Barrio Sagrado.

Price catalogs can be purchased on-site or Veejay can send it through private message.

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Fish & Ants

“WHEN THE WATER RISES, THE FISH EATS THE ANT; WHEN THE WATER RECEDES THE ANT EATS THE FISH” This is a well-known ancient Khmer proverb which is still very popular in the contemporary lives of Cambodian people. Fish are animals that are adept at living in water, completely different from ant...

From Hunting to Shooting

I have observed that wild birds still have been hunt, sold and trafficked on the streets in some remote provinces, and nearby Phnom Penh. It recalls my unforgettable childhood memories. I liked hunting with a slingshot using clay balls bullets. Being an effective shooter, I was popular among friends...

FROM HUNTING TO SHOOTING" REMISSA MAK AT THE 12TH YANGON PHOTO FESTIVAL

FROM HUNTING TO SHOOTING © Remissa MAK

"When I was a child I loved hunting birds with my slingshot and, unaware of the damage I was doing,
I was proud to be very good at this game. Since then, I have learned how important it is to preserve all the species.
This series would like to help change our bad habit of hunting wild birds for consumption and trade. It is not too late to protect the remaining natural resources for future generations. It’s up to us to decide."

"From Hunting to Shooting" the latest work of Remissa Mak was projected and presented at the @goetheinstitutmyanmar for the opening of the 12th Yangon Photo Festival in February.

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