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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.


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.



“Harmonic Collision” Exhibition 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.”


Until 31st October 2021




Previous Artists



by Chhan Dina


As a kid growing up with trauma from war and landmines, Chan Dina began to develop a unique obsession with her childhood experience which also inspired her arts of painting and sculpture. One of her most powerful experience that inspired the art she’s doing nowadays was once she experienced land-mine clearing.





by Denis Laurent


Tribal Exhibition represents a brutal reality that Denis Laurent displays on canvas, revealing at the same time an intimate part of him. His artwork, made with emotion and spontaneity, also depicts what Denis Laurent has seen in Cambodia over the years – more particularly, sculptures from Ratanakiri.





by Em Riem


The exhibition “Kambuja” is reminiscent of an old tradition which explains that Kambu is supposed to be the originator of the Khmer Royal race. Painted on jute canvas, artworks reflect colorful human being with wild-eyes while the animals or flowers impose their grace through an intense presence.




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