Topic: sculpture

YEREVAN / ALMATY — Eduard Kazarian is a Kazakhstani sculptor who creates works ranging in size from small to  monumental. Born in 1964 in Almaty, he graduated from the Almaty State Theater and Art Institute in 1991. Since 1992, he has[...]

By Amos Chapple YEREVAN (RFE/RL) – In the autumn of 1960, Yerevan local Genya Muradyan and her mother headed out for a shopping trip in central Yerevan that would change the face of their city. As the two women waited in line to pay for[...]

By Arpi Sarafian Special to the Mirror-Spectator While quintessentially “Kardash”ian in its focus on the effort to create an alternative world, COLLABORATION, the latest in the series of Kardash Onnig’s ongoing Baraka Project, is[...]

By Lara Jo Hightower FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (Arkansas Democrat Gazette) — “I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of a library,” wrote Argentinian author Jorge Luis Borges. Indeed, when the Fayetteville Public[...]

YEREVAN — Every message I have received from Armenia over the holidays has expressed the notion that 2020 was a terrible year for everyone, and doubly so for Armenia. Not only has the pandemic brought sickness and death to many[...]

MONTREAL — Canadian-Armenian sculptor, Megerditch Tarakdjian, was born in Aleppo, Syria but left for Canada decades ago to attend medical school. Despite being a self-taught artist, Tarakdjian has acquired great artistic knowledge and[...]

By Artsvi Bakhchinyan Special to the Mirror-Spectator YEREVAN/PARIS — French painter, sculptor and photographer of Armenian descent Karl Lagasse began his artistic journey with his collages when he was 7 years old. French sculptor César[...]

By Maya Margit JERUSALEM (Media Line) – King David, a crusader queen, and Suleiman the Magnificent—these are just some of the ancient figures that have been brought to life by Karen Sargsyan. The famed Dutch-Armenian artist spent[...]