Ruben Arevshatyan

On January 8, 2018, Armenia Art Foundation announced 4 projects which received funding under its Financial Support for Art Projects ​program. The program is designed for artists and collectives working in different media, including performance art, photography, audio-visual, ...

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Ruben Arevshatyan

2017 was an amazing year of work and active cooperation and interaction with artists, curators, thinkers and art lovers from all over the country and abroad. The Armenia Art Foundation was established as an organization that set its mission in serving artists and artistic ...

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Ruben Arevshatyan

Seasonal Matriarchy is a research work realized by means of art. It is about changes in gender roles and, in particular, labor roles in a village, caused by migration. The main excuse for migration is the role of men in ‘making money’ while during the migration season ...

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Ruben Arevshatyan

Over a period of two evenings, the artists Ayreen Anastas and Rene Gabri would like to invite those interested to take part in a kind of performative screening and seminar situation. The subject of the seminar is the question which they have been asking themselves and ...

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Ruben Arevshatyan

Our Open Call #2 is now closed, and we would like to thank everyone who participated. Now it’s time for AAF Advisory Board to examine thoroughly all the applications and to choose which ones will get funding. We will announce the winners once Advisory Board make their ...

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Ruben Arevshatyan

Mega-exhibition (a biennial, triennial, etc.) is perceived today as a priority format for the display of art. Indeed, the scale of mega-exhibition is corresponding to the scale of contemporary art production which has now been defined as global. For the local scene, large ...

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Ruben Arevshatyan

The Kapan Branch of Modern Art Museum opened its doors in last years of Soviet Union. Its first exposition  was made by Nazareth Karoyan - curator, critic and the head of Contemporary Art Institute (ICA) based in Yerevan. As a city, Kapan is attractive and ...

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Ruben Arevshatyan

Arman Grigoryan is one of the leading artists of the Conceptualist and Pop-Art artistic movements of the 1980s in Armenia. His works often challenge traditions of academic art by including scenes, symbols from mass culture and simultaneously express criticism and nostalgia. ...

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Ruben Arevshatyan

Mika Vatinyan is a multi-disciplinary artist working in the fields of cinema, acting, music, design and photography. Vatinyan's practice of an actor, theater director and artist engages with the ‘image’ in most of its possible manifestations and aims to read the codes that ...

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