The Goblet from the 22nd - 21st centuries BCE was discovered in Karashamb - a village in the Kotayk region of Armenia. It is kept in the History Museum of Armenia. The goblet was found in 1987 in the village
The story behind this photograph has been passed down from generation to generation. In 1898, Bedros Murachanian (pictured with his parents, names unknown) received a premonition from God that he and his family should flee Diyarbakir city. The family fled
Member of the USSR Union of Artists, Honored artist of Armenian SSR, Nana Gyulikekhvyan was born in Gyumri/Leninakan. She studied at the Yerevan Art College (1942-1947) and the Art and Theater Institute (1948-1953), workshops of M.A. Aslamazyan and B.A. Kolozyan.
Ruben Giney on Armenian-Chinese cultural relations: We have so much to say to each other (interview)
ChinArmArt People who have watched "Andin. Armenian Journey Chronicles" are often curious about the medieval astrolabe that also appeared on the poster of the film. Was it discovered by the film crew? Why did exactly that object become the symbol for
By Ani Margaryan It’s noteworthy that lavash and its making process rarely come into sight as a focus forcontemporary art installations. We are fortunate to witness its employment as a basic material forgroundbreaking installation that occupies a whole room at 117