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Tag Archives | Armenia

Yerevan, ARMENIA - 2016. Marriot hotel building

Panels

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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Yerevn, Armenia - 07/06/2014.

On the edge

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.

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Alaverdi, Armenia - July 2012. 41.1333° N, 44.6500° E, Alaverdi, Northern Armenia, population 6,000.

Will Berridge | The tale of the copper town

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…

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Kathryn Cook, PRIVATE 53

Kathryn Cook | Memory of Trees

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 the most diverse world powers became eclipsed by…

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Antoine Agoudjian (Burning eyes)

Antoine Agoudjian | Burning eyes. Memory of Armenians

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 stories from my imagination took place. After the 1988 earthquake in Armenia, humanitarian help was for me the way to enter this symbolic piece of […]

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