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An Open Air Art Gallery at French Embassy

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The French Embassy’s cultural officer Kor Borin, explains an artwork to the journalists. KT/ Som Kanika

On Saturday 7 March, the stunning and glorious park of the French Embassy will once again open its gate to the public by turning herself into a museum of artworks which showcase the prowess of 9 renowned contemporary Cambodian and French artists.

The French Embassy, with the French Institute in Cambodia, initiated this project to showcase the artistic creation with the connection to the environment as well as promoting the Frenco-Cambodia Cultural Cooperation.

Many spectacular contemporary artists includes Chim Vichet Ouk, Gregory Gosselin, Monisilong Riem, Remissa Mak, Seckon Leang, Srey Bandaul, Sokhorn Meas, Sopheap Pich and Veasna Tith, will feature their pieces of artworks there.

The masterpieces by renowned artist Srey Bandaul features the two essentials of Khmer Methodology. KT/ Som Kanika

Visitors will have the opportunity to admire the original work of famous artists in an exceptional natural setting from 8:00 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The entrance is free and requires no prior registration but food, drinks (except water) and bulky bags will not be allowed.

The artworks of contemporary
artist Chim Vichet Ouk symbolizing
the origin of life- water.
KT/ Som Kanika

 

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