BOSBAPANH, KHMER COLORATURA SOPRANO
bosbaPANH is accompanied by 10 musicians, all professors or students from the Royal University of Fine Arts. They form a semi-classical orchestra where they play traditional songs in a contemporary style. The type of music produced by bosbaPANH appeals to both the youth and the elder Cambodians who recognize in her one of the best representative of Khmer arts, capable to bring Khmer culture to the world. bosbaPANH blends traditions and contemporary style.
JIM THOMPSON HOUSE
Jim Thompson is famous worldwide for Thai silk and its Museum. At Moradok, we love Jim Thompson House for the culture and values it promotes, linking our countries through silk threads and research. It is also one of the most beautiful tropical garden we have ever seen.
AUSTRALIA NATIONAL GALLERY
The National Gallery of Australia's collections include more than 100,000 works of art across four main areas: Australian art, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander art, Asian art and International art. The National Gallery of Australia holds one of the richest public collections of Indonesian textiles in the world. The extensive collection of over 1200 works is accessible to scholars, researchers and textile enthusiasts across the globe through this website.
In Paris, near the Trocadero place, lies the largest museum of Khmer Arts outside of Cambodia.The Musée Guimet was the brain-child of Emile Guimet (1836-1918), a Lyons industrialist who opened a grand museum devoted to the religions of Ancient Egypt, Classical Antiquity, and Asia. In 1927, the Musée Guimet came under the administrative control of the French Museums Directorate and obtained large collections of objects that had been brought back by major expeditions to Asia and China such as the ones from Louis Delaporte in Siam and Cambodia which provided an invaluable collection of Khmer art (originally forming the nucleus of the Paris Musée Indochinois at the Trocadéro, founded in 1882). The vast museum renovation program recently completed has given priority to natural lighting and to the creation of open perspectives within the 5500m2 of permanent gallery space. This new, pleasantly open and serene layout makes it easier for visitors to grasp the inter-relationships and differences between the various artistic traditions of Asia.