Squares, circles, stars, flowers, ovals, lines and repetition on industrial scale, this is Armenia’s legacy of Soviet panel architecture still evident 25 years after.
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Living in long buildings with many neighbors made me always wonder if someone is watching me when I am in balcony or near the window.
This photo essay forms a lyrical exploration of the contended borders of Armenia and of the Self Declared Republic of Nagorno Karabagh…
Day and night freight trains depart the town of Alaverdi in Northern Armenia with a cargo of pure copper and slowly make their way across the nearby Georgian border…
In the early 1900s, as the Ottoman Empire collapsed, a fiercely nationalistic “Young Turks” movement took power. With the Empire’s fall, the multi-cultural attitude that had made it one of
have been working on a photographic project dealing with memory since 1989. Every report leads me to places full of the history of the Armenians in the Ottoman Empire where