Archive for January, 2015

***SPAM*** Dearest One

Saturday, January 24th, 2015

I am Catherine Koffi the only daughter of Mr & Mrs William Koffi, It is sad to say that he passed away mysteriously of my Father in France during one of his business trips abroad, But God knows the truth. My mother died when I was just 6 years old,and since then my father took me so special.Before his death, he told me he has the sum of Seven Million Dollars(USD$7.700,000) left in a security company inside two metalic box. Note that the security company where my late Father made the deposit does not know that the consignment depositing under their custody contains money my late father declare the content to the security company as containing family valuables for security reasons.I am just 19 years old and an university undergraduate and really don’t know what to do.The death of my father actually brought sorrow to my life and i wished to investe under your care please. 1. Can you honestly help me?2.Can I completely trust you? .sincere regards,Miss
 Catherine Koffi

SA SA BASSAC presents two new exhibitions opening 31 January 2015

Tuesday, January 20th, 2015
Dear Writers,

SA SA BASSAC is pleased to announce two exhibitions opening on 31 January 2015.

Rates of Exchange, Un-Compared is a group exhibition featuring nine artists from Bangkok and Phnom Penh, including Pinaree Sanpitak, Jakkai Siributr, Tith Kanitha and Pen Sereypagna. Guest curated by Roger Nelson and Brian Curtin, the exhibition is the concluding event in a six-month series of symposia, residencies, exhibitions and gatherings in numerous venues across Cambodia and Thailand. Several of the exhibiting artists from Bangkok will be present for the exhibition opening.

Day by Day is a solo exhibition by Nguyen Thi Thanh Mai, an internationally award-winning artist based in Hue, Vietnam. Day by Day explores the lives of fishing villagers who are Vietnamese by birth or ancestry but have lived in Cambodia for years, even decades. Many in these communities do not have official ID Cards, and live their lives as if “day by day.” Guest curated by Roger Nelson, Day by Day is the result of one year of research by the artist, begun during a residency at Phnom Penh’s Sa Sa Art Projects in January 2014. 

The attached media releases include more information about the exhibitions, as well as images. Should you require high-res image files, please contact me directly. 

Please note that SA SA BASSAC will be hosting a media conference on 29 January for Day by Day. Should you wish to attend, please RSVP to me. 

Best regards,


Community Projects Manager

PO Box 2181
Phnom Penh 3, Cambodia

Media Release_Rates of Exchange, Un-Compared_SA SA BASSAC by sangsalapak

Media Release_Day by Day_Nguyen Thi Thah Mai_SA SA BASSAC Third Floor by sangsalapak

Graduate Showcase Of Rufa’s 22nd Generation Of Painting Students

Wednesday, January 14th, 2015

ការតាំងពីព៌ណស្នាដៃនិស្សិតជំនាន់ទី២២ផ្នែកគំនូរទំនើប by sangsalapak