Why doesn't life say what it costs? Eternal is an exhibition that takes us back to our own consciousness, our imagination, our past, our present, and our future. Through three different medium, photography, painting, and print, you will dive into the world of three atypical artists Tytaart, Don Virao, and Jean-Baptiste Carraro to discover an ephemeral exhibition - eternal - Tytaart is a Cambodian artist photographer, born and raised in Phnom Penh City. Using her keen eye, she captures through her portraits the nature of man in its most raw state; a real exposure of the soul. An experienced photographer, she paints portraits full of humility and truth; the nature of man in its purest form. His vision disturbs by the beauty and the sincerity of her work; another way to make a portrait speaks, something new! DONVIRAO has been a French painter established for a couple of years in the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh with the desire to offer a painting that generates inspiration and innovation for the youngest Cambodian generations.His contemporary paintings suggest a vision of a new dimension of modern painting with the purpose of giving a refreshing taste on traditional mediums and subject depictions. Jean-Baptiste Carraro is a graphic designer born in 1991 and originally from the south of France. After a Masters in Graphic Design and Art Direction, he joined Phnom Penh in 2016 to devote himself to his work. A former graffiti artist and illustrator, it is in digital that he flourishes today. Jean-Baptiste likes to transcribe the essence and the bases of graphic design in his works to perpetuate and transmit his profession.