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  • 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

  • Leo Leo-Vardanyan. Samadhi…

    Leo Leo-Vardanyan. Samadhi…

    Meditative abstraction is the main characterization of Leo Leo-Vardanyan’s art. The space of Dalan gallery where on 3th of April took place the opening of the painter’s exhibition named “Samadhi” was full of aura of meditation and harmony. Art is a meditation; the creative state of human’s mind. Meditation itself is a pure abstraction; however

  • Image of Women in Iranian Contemporary Art

    Image of Women in Iranian Contemporary Art

    On the 20th of March, at the Armenian Center for Contemporary Experimental Art (ACCEA) opened an exhibition named “Image of womаn in Iranian contemporary art.” Curator of the exhibition was Shake A. Petrosyan. The image of  women in the east, always had a problem in it, more than anywhere else, and it was always different

  • Sahak Poghosyan: Silence of My Grandmother’s Eyes.

    Sahak Poghosyan: Silence of My Grandmother’s Eyes.

    On the 12th of March 2015 the  Cafesjian Center for the Arts presented the first exhibition of 2015  –  “Sahak Poghosyan: silence of my grandmother’s eyes”. There was presented  one of  the largest projects of Sahak Poghosyan, which consists of eleven works. Curator of the exhibition is  Nazareth Garoyan.  In his project, Sahak Poghosyan announces the theme

  • Abstract photography: Gabriel Panosyan

    Abstract photography: Gabriel Panosyan

    On the 3th of March “Arvestagir” was at the Museum of History of Yerevan on the opening of the exhibition of an armenian photographer from Levan, Gabriel Panosyan called “Abstract photography”. Art historians Shaen Khachatryan, Saro Galents and Marina Stepanian had speeches on the exhibition. The RA Minister of Diaspora Hranush Hakobyan alsow was at the

  • Transitions: Harutyun Samuelyan

    Transitions: Harutyun Samuelyan

    On the 20th of February “Arvestagir” was in  Gallery “Dalan” on the opening of Harutyun Samuelyan’s exhibition of graphic works, called “Transitions”. The exhibition was organized within the New York and Dubai Biennale. The curator of the exhibition is the director of the Biennale Pietro Franesi. Presented drawings are made in watercolor, pencil and mixed

  • Anna Harutyunyan. And the life began…

    Anna Harutyunyan. And the life began…

    The RA honored artist Anna Harutyunyan’s solo exhibition headlined as “And the life began…” was held on the 18th of February at the Modern art museum of RA. The exhibition was organized in the frameworks of New York and Dubai Biennales. The author of exhibition initiative was the director of Biennales Pietro Frannes, he has

  • Kevork George Kassabian “Art The Possible, 401 days …”

    Kevork George Kassabian “Art The Possible, 401 days …”

    On the 25th of January 2015 “Arvestagir” was in exhibition by Kevork George Kassabian  named ” Art The Possible, 401 days …”, which was held at the Artists’ Union of Armenia. The curator of exhibition  is  Pietro Franezi from Italia. During the exhibition, visitors have an  opportunity to get acquainted with the latest works of the

  • Puppet stories

    Puppet stories

    Throughout human history, the doll has always played a very mysterious and various role. It was accompanying men in different characters and shapes. It still has not lost its significance (ritual, religious, consumer, educational, artistic and even therapeutic (puppet therapy in psychology)). The exhibition, entitled “Puppet history” begins with the Armenian ritual puppets and ends