February 5, 2020

Visit of students from Anjali House School

This week, Sari welcomed the students of Anjali House School and introduced the works of artist Theanly Chov. Many questions and interactions with our young visitors accompanied their discovery of contemporary Khmer art. What a nice moment we have shared! Here, you can see them posing around a portrait of Neak Sophal (by Theanly Chov), who is a photographer and was their teacher during last Angkor Photo Festival edition’s workshops.

January 24, 2020

Visit of the students of Pepy Empowering Youth

Welcoming students from PEPY Empowering Youth was a pleasure! Sari gave them a thoughful tour of Theanly Chov’s exhibition and they seemed to have loved it!

December 21, 2019

Opening of Theanly Chov’s exhibition « The Rise » set until March 2020

A lovely atmosphere in our garden during Theanly Chov’s opening.

Photo © Roun Ry

November 2, 2019

Batia Sarem Gallery, partner of the 10th edition of the Photo Phnom Penh festival

10 contemporary Cambodian photographers / Kak sokphirom, Khun Vannak, Lim Sokchanlina, Mak Remissa, Neak Sophal, Pha Lina, Philong Sovan, Samnang Khvay, Sereyrath Mech and Ti Tit.

Batia Sarem is dedicated to contemporary Cambodian artists and its two Parisian owners, Lyvann and Yves,  were only too happy to answer the call from Photo Phnom Penh Association to join the festival for its 10th edition and to give the festival new development opportunities outside the capital.

October 30, 2019

Artist talk with Sovan Philong

Curator Christian Caujolle hosted artist photographer Sovan Philong for a talk at Batia Sarem Gallery about photography in Cambodia and more specifically about Philong’s exhibition « How Do I Look? ».

August 3, 2019

Sovan Philong’s exhibition opening at Batia Sarem.

Batia Sarem presents How Do I Look by Sovan Philong. An exhibition proposed by Christian Caujolle.

After he got the Grand Prize of Wonder Foto Day in April 2019, Sovan Philong will show an intense series based on portraits in our Gallery in Siem Reap. As in all his works, Philong uses light to renew the portrait genre and therefore the way one can really look at people and reveal their true self.

From August 3, 2019 to October 19, 2019.

July 29, 2019

A live performance by dancer Rady Nget during Khvay Samnang’s exhibition at Batia Sarem.

Rady Nget and Khvay Samnang collaborate in Preah Kunlong and Where Is My Land.

Shown in Batia Sarem from April 20, 2019 to July 13, 2019.

April 20, 2019

Khvay Samnang’s exhibition opening at Batia Sarem.

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Batia Sarem presents Preah Kunlong and Where Is My Land by Khvay Samnang.

From April 20, 2019 to July 13, 2019.

February 13, 2019

Catalog release for Yim Maline and Svay Sareth’s exhibition: Home, Lost And Found.

As an exhibition is something ephemeral, we attach great importance to the development of an editorial activity that allows to keep a long-term track of projects developed at the Gallery. This is the reason why we introduce our first exhibition catalog, for « Home, Lost And Found ».

January 8, 2019

Visit of the students of the Ponheary Ly Foundation

We were delighted to welcome high school students from the Ponheary Ly Foundation at the Gallery yesterday. We are committed to make Khmer youth aware of their contemporary art scene.

December 31, 2018

Visit of craftmen and craftwomen from Artisans d’Angkor

Last week, we had some craftsmen and craftswomen from Artisans d’Angkor visiting the Gallery in presence of Svay Sareth.

It was great to have these people, who are working in reviving traditional Khmers Artcrafts. Good for them also to get to discover what Cambodian artists are doing nowadays!

December 15, 2018

Batia Sarem Gallery’s grand opening. Presenting the works of Yim Maline and Svay Sareth in our first exhibition.

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Batia Sarem Gallery is opening its doors for the first time on December 15, 2018.

For its first exhibition, Batia Sarem collaborated with artists Yim Maline and Svay Sareth presenting their first exhibition together « Home, Lost And Found ».

From December 15, 2018 to March 16, 2019.

December 1, 2018

Visit of the French Ambassador to Cambodia

Batia Sarem presents How Do I Look by Sovan Philong. An exhibition proposed by Christian Caujolle.

It was a pleasure and an honor to welcome Madame Eva Nguyen-Binh, French Ambassador to Cambodia at Batia Sarem Gallery today in presence of the artists Svay Sareth and Yim Maline.

Yim Maline and Svay Sareth are a couple in life, both artists living in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Their exhibition « Home, lost and found » will be on display at Batia Sarem Gallery for our first venue from Saturday, December 15th until March 16th.

B A T I A  S A R E M  G A L L E R Y  |  Bamboo Street, Wat Damnak, Sala Kamreuk  |  Siem Reap, Kingdom of Cambodia