So. California to exhibit Nine Contemporary Artists from Armenia next month

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From September 28 to 30, AGBU Southern California District Committee (SCDC) will be hosting an art exhibition entitled “Nine Contemporary Artists from Armenia” at the AGBU Alex Manoogian Center in Pasadena, CA.

SCDC member and Art Committee co-chairman Haig Messerlian explains the goal:

“The goal is to create awareness of the tremendous talent that exists in Armenia, and to give the opportunity to people here in Southern California to have one or more of these unique, breathtaking pieces adorn their walls or be displayed in their homes, To have the work of nine artists—several of who will be present at this extraordinary exhibition—is a show of force of Armenian talent.”

The Art Exhibition committee, co-chaired by Hermine Janoyan and Haig Messerlian, comprises: Ani Aivazian, Tomik Alexanyan, Ara Arzoumanian, Sonia Babayan, Ara Babayan, Raffi Elmajian, Sam Ekizian, Aleen Khanjian, Jenny Kiljian, Silva Nazaretian, Aline Patatian, Krikor Satamian, and Seeroon Yeretzian.

The Artists: Gagik Ghazanchyan, Mayis Mkhitaryan, Garegin Davtyan, Marine Dilanyan, Lilit Soghomonyan, Ashot Avagyan, Albert Hakobian, Khachik Abrahamyan, and Hermine Demirtshyan. (Artist bios)

The Organizer: Kevork Zakoyan is a vice president and regular contributor for the Mediamax News Agency in Yerevan, Armenia since 2002, where he has covered artistic events and activities.

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2 responses to “So. California to exhibit Nine Contemporary Artists from Armenia next month

  1. Pingback: Pasadena Art Show Raises Awareness About Armenian Art « AGBU Blog

  2. Best regards

    Alexander Sadoyan

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