Living the Cambodian Nightmare: Photographs by Jay Mather

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Living the Cambodian Nightmare: Photographs by Jay Mather

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UofL shows numerous exhibitions in Louisville Photo Biennial
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The Louisville Photo Biennial is one of the region’s largest shared arts and culture traditions and UofL is in on the action.

The Biennial, now in its 11th year, runs through Nov. 10 with 69 exhibits, 10 workshops, 42 receptions and artist talks.

“Living the Cambodian Nightmare: Photographs by Jay Mather”

Archives and Special Collection presents this collection of Pulitzer Prize-winning photos taken for The Courier-Journal in 1979. The exhibition marks the 40th anniversary of the fall of Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge regime.

Location: Photographic Archives, Lower Level, Ekstrom Library

Schedule: Running through Dec. 16. Gallery hours are Monday–Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
In full: http://www.uoflnews.com/section/arts-an ... -biennial/
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These photos need to be shown to the young Khmer child and Teenage people .To see what communist people do to simple people's ,there life is broken
:stir: Be seeing you this weekend & doing some photo display ,c\o Jun Jun guesthouse .
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Some great photos and stories in there:

https://www.blurb.com/books/9121252-liv ... -nightmare
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CEOCambodiaNews wrote: Fri Oct 11, 2019 7:19 pm UofL shows numerous exhibitions in Louisville Photo Biennial
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October 9, 2019
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The Louisville Photo Biennial is one of the region’s largest shared arts and culture traditions and UofL is in on the action.

The Biennial, now in its 11th year, runs through Nov. 10 with 69 exhibits, 10 workshops, 42 receptions and artist talks.

“Living the Cambodian Nightmare: Photographs by Jay Mather”

Archives and Special Collection presents this collection of Pulitzer Prize-winning photos taken for The Courier-Journal in 1979. The exhibition marks the 40th anniversary of the fall of Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge regime.

Location: Photographic Archives, Lower Level, Ekstrom Library

Schedule: Running through Dec. 16. Gallery hours are Monday–Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
In full: http://www.uoflnews.com/section/arts-an ... -biennial/

At this point you are just milking the cow and being an opportunist, the western lefties will eat your stuff up but you are just making a living off something you probably know very little about. How many KR regime survivors have you known personally? Have you even read Vickery or Chandler or Osbourne ? The whole KR regime thing has become quite a business, the UN tribunal raked in over 200 million for their valiant efforts. I am not saying its not a horrific tragedy, I m saying you are just a cheap opportunist with a lens. You are in business.
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Who are you referring too?
The op who just posted a link, the exhibt, or the photographer who worked for a newspaper in 1979 and i am sure he understood what was going on, who documented the end of the kr?
Its an exhibition, not a sale

Although it is true he produced a book of his photos... its history, and deserves being seen.
Same as all photo books . Look at the number of books and films produced about Vietnam.
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bossho wrote: Tue Oct 29, 2019 11:06 pm
CEOCambodiaNews wrote: Fri Oct 11, 2019 7:19 pm UofL shows numerous exhibitions in Louisville Photo Biennial
By UofL News -
October 9, 2019
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The Louisville Photo Biennial is one of the region’s largest shared arts and culture traditions and UofL is in on the action.

The Biennial, now in its 11th year, runs through Nov. 10 with 69 exhibits, 10 workshops, 42 receptions and artist talks.

“Living the Cambodian Nightmare: Photographs by Jay Mather”

Archives and Special Collection presents this collection of Pulitzer Prize-winning photos taken for The Courier-Journal in 1979. The exhibition marks the 40th anniversary of the fall of Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge regime.

Location: Photographic Archives, Lower Level, Ekstrom Library

Schedule: Running through Dec. 16. Gallery hours are Monday–Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
In full: http://www.uoflnews.com/section/arts-an ... -biennial/

At this point you are just milking the cow and being an opportunist, the western lefties will eat your stuff up but you are just making a living off something you probably know very little about. How many KR regime survivors have you known personally? Have you even read Vickery or Chandler or Osbourne ? The whole KR regime thing has become quite a business, the UN tribunal raked in over 200 million for their valiant efforts. I am not saying its not a horrific tragedy, I m saying you are just a cheap opportunist with a lens. You are in business.
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