Topic: photography

By Karine Armen Special to the Mirror-Spectator ALTADENA, Calif. — David Karamian presented his photography book, Armenia – The Lone Stone: Invincible through the Ages, on Friday, May 10, at[...]

YEREVAN-BUENOS AIRES — Photographer Araz Hadjian was born in 1970 in Aleppo, Syria, and in the same year, she moved to Argentina with her family. She received her primary and[...]

WATERTOWN — Project Save Photograph Archive recently announced the launch of “Lens & Libation Thursdays,” a semi-regular gathering that will kick off on Thursday, March 21, at the organization’s new[...]

WATERTOWN— A new exhibit of photographs at the Armenian Museum of America tries to weave together  the different strands of Armenian communities around the world. The exhibit, “Ara Oshagan: Disrupted, Borders,”[...]

WATERTOWN — The Armenian Museum of America (AMofA) recently announced the opening of its next contemporary art exhibition, “Ara Oshagan: Disrupted, Borders.” The show follows the AMofA’s blockbuster exhibit, “On[...]

LOS ANGELES — The ever-intriguing and talented photographer Alexandra Hedison opened her travelling show “A Brief Infinity” on April 22 at Von Lintel Gallery in Los Angeles. The polymath daughter[...]

ARLINGTON, Mass. — On Sunday, December 4, Project Save Photograph Archive held a Christmas reception at the Armenian Cultural Foundation here to raise funds and display the historic value of[...]

LONDON/NY — I. B.Tauris, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing, has announced the publication of Dr. David Low’s book Picturing the Ottoman Armenian World: Photography in Erzerum, Harput, Van and Beyond[...]

YEREVAN — Photographer and documentary filmmaker Hüseyin Ovayolu was born in Gaziantep (Antep), Turkey, in 1986. He studied at photography and video department of Istanbul Bilgi University. Hüseyin also graduated[...]

DRESDEN — A picture is worth a thousand words. The saying has become a cliché, and for good reason: it holds true. Nothing could prove this more convincingly than an exhibition[...]