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Recreational design

Recreational design

Em Riem adjusts clothing on a mannequin Thursday in preparation for the opening of the exhibit “Recreation” at the No Problem Park House at No 55 Street 178. The exhibit showcases the work of 14 artists and designers and covers mediums from fashion and furniture to sculpture and photography. Among the artists and designers on display are Christine Gauthier of Waterlily, Parisian furniture designer Robotang and fashion designer Sar Chantho. The show runs through Sunday.

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