Exhibition by Yoko Toda (JAP)
(Opening: 4th of March 2008)

The Japanese artist, painter and photographer Yoko Toda visited Cambodia during 1965 and 1966 to capture Cambodian life in its natural state. The photographs document the peaceful life of Cambodian people and their culture, unaware of the tragedy that shortly followed at the hands of the Khmer Rouge. 42 year later Yoko Toda is coming back to the place which has inspired her until today. "I feel grateful to be able to share these photos with the people of whom these treasures belong. After the destruction, all that remained was silence." More infos: www.silence-remained.com