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The Gallery

The Gallery
by Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra

Step inside The Gallery by Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra and discover an inspiring setting. Featuring artists based in Cambodia, The Gallery hosts a unique exhibition each quarter allowing a journey through a diverse collection of themes and stories. The Art Gallery is available for private functions or celebrations for up to 30 people – ensuring a memorable occasion surrounded by beautiful pieces of art.

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Sofitel around the world make it a point of honor to promote art and culture, particularly inspiring local talent, and the Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra is no exception. Over the past years, the Phokeethra Group has been actively participating in the Phnom Penh art scene through regular exhibitions within the hotel. Phokeethra Group aims at expressing its active investment and commitment to nurture the arts in Cambodia.

 

 

“Abstract Apsara” Exhibition by Dinart

 

Din Teang Borin, commonly known as Din,  has been passionate about the arts since his youth and decided to become a painter. Now, Din dedicates all of his time to painting in appreciation of traditional Khmer Ballet, representing remarkable Apsara dancers.

 

 

Until end of July 2022

 

 

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Previous Artists

 

 

“CHRYSALIS”
by Thun Dina

 

Thun Dina was born in 1989 in Kampong Cham province, Cambodia. In 2013, he finished a training course on “Pencil Drawing Techniques” at the Yamada School of Art in Phnom Penh. A year later, he earned his Bachelor of Art in “Oil Painting” at the Royal University of Fine Arts, Phnom Penh. In 2017, Dina’s painting was selected for the 81st Shinseisaku International Exhibition in Tokyo, Japan.

 

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“IN FOCUS”
by La Mo

 

La Mo traveled to all corners of Cambodia, on his motorbike to unearth, document, and capture various aspects of Cambodian aesthetic: from people to religion, from rituals to tradition, from monument to the exotic species of plants, from performing arts to visual culture, and from the lowland to the highland cultural aspects  – all with an attempt to picture Cambodia beyond Angkor.

 

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“HARMONIC COLLISION”
by Stan

 

The term was coined by Daniel Lanois to describe Brian Eno’s ambient music while he was collaborating with him. The analogy resonates perfectly with Stan’s abstract style, color layers acting like sound layers: “It is improvisation. Not knowing what the painting is going to look like until something happens, until the color “riff” reaches some sort of inner coherence.”

 

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