Exhibition | Studio Images : Religious holidays in Cambodia
Religious holidays, in all civilizations, are moments of intense sharing, of ritual performing as well as of collective expression... Read more
Exhibition | Urban eyes with André Mérian
Regarded as one of the best representatives of urban and architecture photography in France, the work of André Mérian... Read more
Exhibition | (Re)building Phnom Penh
Nicolas Wild is the author of several graphic novels (Kaboul Disco 1 & 2, Silent Was Zarathoustra),... Read more
Exhibition | PhotoPhnomPenh Festival 2017
Photo Phnom Penh Festival returns this year and remains one of the major international photo festival in Southeast Asia!... Read more
Photo Phnom Penh | Inauguration
The Photo Phnom Penh festival is back! The French Institute of Cambodia and Photo Phnom Penh Association present the... Read more
Exhibition | I Look At The Sun
From the sea to female faces and explosions of light, the videos of Ange Leccia offer a magma of... Read more
Exhibition | Carte Blanche to Studio Images
A carte blanche means freedom! Which, paradoxically, also means moments of great anxiety of the likes felt by writers... Read more
Exhibition | Kbach Roam “Dance Pattern”
In 1917, George Groslier – at the time director of the National Museum of Phnom Penh and in an... Read more
Exhibition | Studio Images :  Music
Music, wherever it it made, whatever genre it is, is often seen as a universal language shared by all.... Read more
Exhibition | Architectures and Landscapes
Christian Milovanoff, former teacher at Ecole de la photographie d’Arles, is a professional photographer conducting a delicate work within... Read more
Exhibition | French Cultural Center of Cambodia since 1999
For more than 15 years, Philippe Bataillard followed dozens of events organized by the French Institute of Cambodia. This... Read more
Exhibition | Terrific. Movie Moments.
Terrific! That’s what we say when we come out of a movie theater after watching a good movie. Christian Milovanoff, photographer,... Read more
Exhibition | Studio Images and the francophonie
The word “francophonie” appeared for the first time around 1880, when a French geographer, Onesime Reclus, used it to... Read more
Exhibition | Sopheap Pich, from studio to fine art
Sopheap Pich’s works, all made from techniques, traditional materials and raw material dump, are an endless poetic reflection of... Read more