Cambodian painter Pen Robit offers snapshots of reality through his colourful art


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  • Wednesday, 19 Feb 2020

Pen Robit's 'The Operation' (oil on canvas, 2020). Photo: RK FIne Art

If he didn’t become an artist, he would probably be a drug addict. Cambodian artist Pen Robit says this quietly, seriously.

“It was art that saved me from this fate, it transformed my life, ” he says.

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