An Athenian “neo-muralist” is blending Greek mythology and Byzantine iconography with graffiti and street art to depict how the coronavirus has forced people the world over to put down roots.
In the craft alley of Wat Bo Road located in a part of downtown Siem Reap that was once bustling with tourists, a social enterprise workshop employs local craftsmen who are turning used bullet shells into modern jewellery under the name Chan Alanka.
The Penh Art Fair 2021 has officially kicked-off at FT Gallery, with the soft opening held in early June. This year’s fair showcases around 100 works from 36 local and international artists.
A replica of the Mona Lisa which was passionately defended by its owner in the 1960s as the original Leonardo de Vinci canvas is to go on sale this week in Paris, where it is expected to raise up to €300,000 ($365,000).
Filmmaker Zack Obid trembles with excitement: he has just found a miniature work of art during a treasure hunt that an American artist organizes every week in his Brooklyn neighbourhood.
In an art gallery in Phnom Penh there is a peaceful portrait of an elderly woman with pale skin dressed all in white that has captured the heart of many who’ve seen it, leaving them wondering about her identity and the circumstances of her life.
Phare Ponleu Selpak, the famed Battambang circus with its attached circus arts and art school and community programmes, has just won three international awards – two Stevie Awards and one from the Hermes Creative Awards.
In these difficult times where the importance of caring, showing kindness and sharing matters more than ever, artists Chea Serey and Adana Mam-Legros felt the need to demonstrate the principles of hope and solidarity to people by integrating their art into an act of sharing
From Phnom Penh to London to Kampot town and then back to the Kingdom’s capital, a young Cambodian woman, Tyta Buth, now finds herself flourishing in Phnom Penh’s arts scene.
If you’re looking to make a fashion statement with the straps for your camera or bag and you’d like something colourful, handmade and local to Cambodia instead of the usual mass-produced monochromatic imported junk – then look no further than Cambodian company Daiku and their line of products.