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2015 Venues


  • 2015 FESTIVAL CENTER

    King’s Road Angkor

    Its been an exciting move to our new Festival Center, and after a few weeks of getting things into place we are ready for you to come to visit us!  We have a small library of books for you to browse, past programmes, t-shirts, postcards, are here to answer any questions you may have and most importantly, have a chat! We are located just in front of Emperors of China and The Brothers within the King’s Road Angkor Village and are open every day from 10am – 6pm. Please pop along to say hi!

    Exhibition: Left 3 Days – Mak Remissa / Asia Motion
    Opening: 9th December at 6.00pm

    2015 WORKSHOPS CENTER

    Alliance Angkor Boutique Villa

    2015ALLIANCEANGKOR

    Alliance Angkor is an oasis of calm right in the heart of vibrant Siem Reap although just two minutes walk from the town centre and the river, the property provides a peaceful setting from which you can enjoy your stay in Siem Reap.

    Situated in a stylish French colonial building constructed in 1953, our guests enjoy an Old World atmosphere complete with modern comforts a beautiful garden and a salt water swimming pool. Alliance offers seven luxurious boutique rooms, restaurant with ongoing art exhibitions. Service with a smile and an intimate Khmer experience are here waiting to be discovered in our historic and serene villa.

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  • CHILDREN’S DAY

    Phare – The Cambodian Circus

    2015PHAREThis year, we are proud to announce that Children’s Day will be hosted at Phare, the Cambodian circus. The perfect location to join us for a day of celebration and fun! A non-profit born out of Battambang art’s scene, the circus has been a resident in Siem Reap since 2013. The iconic big red top is an un-missable site, home to the finest Cambodian artists, their popular performances are a sight to behold. Take your time to browse the Phare Boutique shop and take a break at their very own Phare café.

    Children’s Day: 10th December from 4.30pm

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  • 2015 PROJECTIONS AND EXHIBITIONS VENUES

    Royal Gardens // Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa

    2015VICTORIAWe are proud to announce Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa as the host of our Opening Night of projections and as well as an exhibition venue, displayed in the Royal Gardens just across from it’s early 20th century property. Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa provides a sense of serenity with the nostalgic comfort and elegant refinement of the French Art de Vivre in the heart of Siem Reap. The building’s graceful colonial architecture of the 1930’s provides a sense of peaceful tranquility. The Hotel has been designed to be in total harmony with its natural surroundings and is enchantingly situated in the heart of Siem Reap, opposite the Royal Park.

    Exhibition: Street Portfolio – Gabi Ben Avraham
    Festival Opening Night: 5th December at 6.30pm

     

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    FCC Angkor

    2015FCCOver the years, FCC Angkor has been host to countless slideshow projections and festival events and has proved to be an important part of our recipe for magical evenings under the stars in Siem Reap. Our festival visitors and guests love the colonial riverside location, the outdoor catering, and the friendly staff of our partner and long-term supporter. Not many know that the building is in fact a renovated old French Governor’s mansion!

    Exhibition: Hunting With Eagles – Palani Mohan
    Opening: 7th December at 6.00pm
    Evening Slideshow Projections from the 6th to the 12th December at 8.30pm
    Festival Closing Night: 12th December at 6.30pm

    Hard Rock Cafe Angkor

    Hard Rock Café Angkor is proud to be an Exhibition Sponsor of the 11th Edition of the Angkor Photo Festival & Workshops. Adorned with rock ‘n’ roll memorabilia the impressive colonial building sits adjacent to the Siem Reap River on the edge of King’s Road, this year’s festival center. Their spacious outdoor patio and the riverside area will host this year’s exhibition. Take your time to check out their impressive gift shop and the perfect place to enjoy good food and a lively atmosphere.

    Exhibition: At The Heart Of Tibetan Buddhism – Sergine Laloux
    Opening: 11th December at 6.00pm

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    Riverside Gardens // Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor

    The Riverside Gardens, by the magnificent Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor, have been a popular and highly frequented festival location for many years. This year, the riverside gardens will one outdoor exhibition. The Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor is not only grand by name; it was once the home of royalty. Be sure to take a look at the elegant cage elevator that adorns the lobby that has gracefully ferried guests since 1932!

    Exhibitions: [ GREENLIGHT ] Kiribati – Vlad Sokhin, [ GREENLIGHT ] Scorched Earth / China’s Wounded Environment – James Whitlow Delano
    Opening: 8th December at 6.00pm / 8th December at 6.00pm

    E.F.E.O (Ecole Française D’extreme Orient)

    For the fourth year in a row, E.F.E.O. will host an exhibition for the 11th Edition of the Angkor Photo Festival. Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the busy old market area, and enjoy the shady river-side gardens. The E.F.E.O (Ecole Française d’Extreme-Orient) in Siem Reap Cambodia has been a major actor in the restoration of the Angkor monuments and the development of Khmer studies for over a century . It was in 1907 that the E.F.E.O. was charged with the inventorying and preservation of the Angkor Archaeological Park. It established a permanent branch named Angkor Conservation in order to safeguard the many temples scattered through some 400 km2 of forest until the Khmer Rouge took power in 1975. In 1992, the Cambodian government invited the E.F.E.O. to return to its former location in Siem Reap. Since then, many new research and restoration projects have been carried out in collaboration with APSARA, the Cambodian organization responsible for managing the site, and within a system of international cooperation coordinated by UNESCO.

    Exhibition: A Journey into 20th Century Cambodia through EFEO Photographic Archives
    Opening: 6th December at 6.00pm

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  • 2015 FESTIVAL MAP

    2015_Festival Map

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