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  • Expressionism in genocide-related works of Armenian painters

    Expressionism in genocide-related works of Armenian painters

    Author of  the article Marine Hovakimyan Art historian The works of Armenian artists commemorating the Armenian Genocide play an important role in Armenian national painting and sculpture. The canvases depicting genocidal episodes besides their documentary importance have also great artistic value, exceling in different forms of imaginary game, as well as bearing influences of a

  • May 16, 2015 at 17: 00  in the Gallery “Garbushyan” will Take Place an Exhibition “1915”

    May 16, 2015 at 17: 00 in the Gallery “Garbushyan” will Take Place an Exhibition “1915”

    On the May of 16th at 17: 00 in Los Angeles, in the gallery “Garbushyan” will take place an exhibition “1915”, dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide with the participation of four contemporary Armenian artists living in America. Artists Samvel Saghatelyan, Sev Black, Kloust Guedel and Alina Mnatsakanyan combined their different approaches

  • 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

  • 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

  • Genocide in Armenian Art

    Genocide in Armenian Art

    On the 10th of February 2015  “Arvestagir” was in American University of Armenia, where Shahen Khachatryan was speaking on “Genocide in Armenian art.” It is worth to note that Shahen Khachatryan is author of many essays and multilingual Albums of Armenian art. His most remarkable book is “The Color of Pain”, published in 2010, where the works