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  • Impressionism as a musical direction

    Impressionism as a musical direction video

    Author  Maria Gabikyan Music historian Impressionist art movement emerged in the 70s of the 19th century in France, and was expressed in painting and literature, theater and music. Musical Impressionism originated in the 80s of the 19th century and found its expression in the first place in the art of Claude Debussy. Use of the

  • Armenian pavilion at the Venice Biennale

    Armenian pavilion at the Venice Biennale gallery

    On the 6th of May began the Venice Biennale. It is the most famous Biennale in the world. Every year, hundreds of artists, visit Venice especially in order to participate in this event. This year artists from the Armenian diaspora are presented. The name of the Armenian pavilion is «Armenity/Hayoutioun». Participation of Armenian artists at the Venice

  • Bronze belts of Lchashen-Metsamor culture in the sculptures of the same period

    Bronze belts of Lchashen-Metsamor culture in the sculptures of the same period

    Author Sona Manukyan Archaeologist   Numerous bronze belts were founded in Armenia due to the archaeological excavations or fortuitously. There are quite controversial opinions among the scholars concerning the dating of these belts. The culture of these bronze belts originates in 14th century B.C. and continues during the existence of Urartian State (until 7-6th centuries

  • Sargis Hamalbashyan: Armenian district

    Sargis Hamalbashyan: Armenian district

    On the 17th of April “Arvestagir” was at the Gafesjian art center’s “Sasunti Davit” hall (or garden) where Sargis Hamalbashyan’s exhibition named “Armenian district” was represented. Sargis Hamalbashyan is one of the representatives of artists of 1980’s new generation. It was a period of serious transitions; the collision of perceptions, new approaches… Hamalbashyan was the participant

  • HAYP Pop Up Gallery: Project “ANKAPital”

    HAYP Pop Up Gallery: Project “ANKAPital”

    On the 17th of April “Arvestagir” was at HAYP Pop Up Gallery at the opening of the project “ANKAPital”. Colorful, unfinished space of Megerian Shin, where the unification of the audience of young people, wine and rock music and it let to forget the presence of works of art by making art harmonious and familiar

  • Mher Khachatryan: Armenian Genocide

    Mher Khachatryan: Armenian Genocide

    On the 16th of April “Arvestagir” was in the gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts, where Mher Khachatryan presented a series of his works devoted to the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. Mher Khachatryan was born in Yerevan, but now lives in New York. His works are expressive and full of emotions. Extensive

  • Never again…The response of the contemporary artists in Armenia to the centennial of Armenian genocide.

    Never again…The response of the contemporary artists in Armenia to the centennial of Armenian genocide.

    On the 14th  of April “Arvestagir” was at the Armenian Center for Contemporary Experimental Art where Eduard Palasanyan represented his new curatorial work; the exhibition titled “Never again” is the response of the contemporary artists of Armenia to the centennial of Armenian genocide. The exhibition is a response to this horror, its consequences and a

  • Tomar Grigorian (Gregorian Calendar).

    Tomar Grigorian (Gregorian Calendar).

    Tomar Grigorian Rome, Dominici Baze printing, 1584 This is the New chronology – Gregorian calendar, that was confirmed by Gregory XIII Pope. It was translated from Latin to Armenian by Sultanshah, Hovhannes Tersnetsi and his son Khachatur, and was printed. They also printed the Pope’s kondakion about the new system of chronology with the explanations.

  • PATARAGATETR. The fourth  printed armenian book according to the date of printing.

    PATARAGATETR. The fourth printed armenian book according to the date of printing.

    PATARAGATETR Venice, Hakob Meghapart’s ptinting, 1513 Title page – «pataragaTetr e say i(sus)i q(ristos)i a(sttso)y» . This is Hakob Meghapart’s the fourth printed book by date. Here is described the liturgy of the Armenian church. It consists of 88 pages. The print is done with black and red colors by the type «boloragir», which is similar