IT’S been two years in a row after Ry Moni Sovanya’s graduation that she started mounting her own art projects annually in order to make an impact to society and the world through art.
HIS vivid imagery, abstract expression and contemporary artworks revolving around the past tragedies and the celebration of hope and passion for nature, bestows Nou Sary (photo) with the title of Cambodia’s first “Impressionist artist”.
Last Thursday night, Institut Francais du Cambodge transformed itself into a carnival. At the entrance, an artiston stilts was dancing to the sound of tambourines.
Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra launched last week the unique lacquer art collection of Takeo-born artist Theam Muy Lim.
Can robots be creative? British gallery owner Aidan Meller hopes to go some way towards answering that question with Ai-Da, who her makers say will be able to draw people from sight with a pencil in her bionic hand.
Multi-talented young artist Mong Manith last week launched two new works – “Ocean” album and “The Sixth Child” novel – that are surely to inspire many people.
Sa Sa Art Project’s Pisaot artist residency, an experimental programme for Cambodian and selected foreign artists, brought to Phnom Penh by two Germany-based artists.
Serey Siv is a Cambodian-Canadian, born and raised in Canada. He has lived in Montreal, Seoul, Tokyo, Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.
Long-term Siem Reap resident and Filipino expat Loven Ramos hasn’t just carved out a career in the Kingdom – he’s carved out several careers.
Sexual abuse is literally everywhere. We hear it happening in schools, workplaces, organisations – and yes, even inside homes.
The first ever public exhibition in Cambodia featuring the founding artist of Japan-based Peace Mask Project, Myong Hee Kim and the brave models who trusted enough to explore themselves will be held on the top of Meta House, #37 Sothearos Boulevard, Phnom Penh, today.
Having grown up in a poor family, Nov Sreyleak said, “I started going to Phare when I was 9 because I wanted snacks and food.
Remembrance could be a sensitive subject in a nation like Cambodia, where the horrors of its brutal history are still stamped in the minds of many.
The work has clear Iranian and religious themes, drawing on traditional mourning ceremonies, yet the censorious rulers of the Islamic republic feel a world away.
Famous Cambodian architect Vann Molyvann has died at his house in Siem Reap province.
The diminutive Kusama, one of whose paintings sold for $7.1 million in 2014 – close to the record for a living woman artist – refuses to take it easy
After dropping out of two universities, doodle artist Chhoun Vichheka decided that he had enough talent to build a career on his own.
Where other people see nothing more than a pile of rubbish, Rieam Monisilong’s imagination runs wild.