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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Ruben Arevshatyan

Piruza Khalapyan is a young photographer, member of 4plus, group of documentary photographers aimed to unite Armenian women photographers. In her projects Piruza reveals everyday life narratives by questioning topics of national and personal identity, collective memory, ...

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Ruben Arevshatyan

On August 18 we celebrate the 1st Anniversary of Armenia Art Foundation: our organization was registered on this day in 2016. This has been an exciting year for all of us discovering the artistic scene in Armenia, learning from and working with artists and artistic ...

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Ruben Arevshatyan

The topic of the meeting is the relation between sculpture and urban space, its socio-public importance and perception. In the first part of the conversation, the artworks will present projects that have been implemented and have not implemented, and will answer the ...

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Ruben Arevshatyan

The workshop consists in exploring the city of Gyumri through the concept of psycho-geography and derivation, the outcome of this playful experience is to suggest and alternative map of the memory of the city. The experience is to walk around the city spontaneously without ...

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Ruben Arevshatyan

The aim of the workshop is to develop a "non-linear" creative methodology to research, organize and compose a complex system of images and significances in order to create a visual architecture built on the contemplation and intuitive association between elements. The ...

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Ruben Arevshatyan

The collage technique was introduced and developed by the Avant-gardes in the early 1900s as a work of art in itself or as a model for planning and developing ideas parallel to drawing. As a start, the participants will be directed towards developing a composition – which ...

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Ruben Arevshatyan

Thibault de Gialluly will devote the first part of the workshop to his artistic practice and various stages of his career. Further an informal conversation will take place and the artist will discuss the issues of some extraterritories beyond / in the middle of the politic ...

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