Ashley Rice, Lisa Sette Gallery, Phoenix: In The Ghosts of Khmer: Light and Memory, we are invited to explore the issue of human individuality and responsibility, and the ways those concepts shift over time, in both the ethereal reflective surfaces of Binh Danh’s large-scale daguerreotypes and the images’ paradoxical subject matter. www.aipadshow.com...
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