Archi Galentz

BERLIN — If you are an Armenian artist living in the German capital and you are about to turn 50, how should you celebrate the occasion? Archi Galentz has decided to mark the event with an exhibition of a special kind. Among the working[...]

BERLIN — What does it mean to be Armenian? What is Armenia’s national identity? How do its citizens perceive it? And those in the diaspora? Over the last 30 years, the country and its people have experienced political upheaval through[...]

BERLIN — When Azerbaijan attacked the Tavush region in July, Armenians everywhere responded with protest demonstrations. In Berlin, as reported in this newspaper, several cultural associations came together to organize an artistic[...]

By Muriel Mirak-Weissbach Special to the Mirror-Spectator BERLIN — The coronavirus pandemic shutdown has affected every aspect of life here in Germany, from schools to shops, from factories to farms. Social encounters that have always[...]

By Archi Harutyun Galentz BERLIN — On August 14 an exhibition opened in Berlin, which was not only dedicated to the revolution in Armenia, but also, with the help of a special perspective, analyzed that acclaimed process of social[...]

BERLIN — Websites and blogs are generally the voice of an individual. This one speaks for a family, three generations, all of them artists of renown. The Galentz Research Center, launched by third generation artist Archi Galentz, is a[...]