In our continued collaboration with Constable Gallery at Large we are proud to present the works of the amazing Dina Chhan upstairs in ‘The Den’.
You may have seen two of Chhan Dinas work already upstairs, however now a new selection will adorn our walls.
Chhan Dina is a Cambodian sculptor, and painter. Themes of life, music, and everyday activities have captured her imagination over the past fifteen years. Most of her work of late is abstract in nature. She has exhibited work in the U.S.A, Thailand, France, and Cambodia.
For a duration Dina lived in a refugee camp in Poipet, and her experiences there influence her artwork to this day. She was the only female Cambodian artist to partake in the United Nations mine action program in Cambodia and presented her interpretation of the explosive remnants of war through sophisticated sculpture, now on display at United Nations headquarters.
Dina was awarded Young Artist of the Year 2016 by Mahasarakham University Thailand, and has been accepted as a Cambodian Living Arts Fellow for 2016. Dina plans to continue depicting dynamic and engaging works of art, capturing the energy of life in Asia.