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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 with dolls “working” in the museum. Among these dolls the most interesting ones are made by Sophia Ashharumova almost a hundred years ago, as well as a German porcelain doll company “Armand Marseille”. The exhibition presents a series of various author’s dolls, as well as a lot of interesting dolls made in Soviet Union. Each of these dolls has its own history and all that reunites with unique photographs of children with their old dolls. The exhibition will be open until February 11.



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