National Art Gallery

National Art Gallery explores the complicate transformations in the sphere of visual arts in the socio-cultural life of post-Soviet Armenia. Gerald, an art critic from Armenia, is determined to push painting toward a distinctly Armenian, yet evolving, aesthetic influenced by the Soviet Fine Arts School. To do so, he attempts to beat the artists of Yerevan into submission. More
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About Shmavon Azatyan

Shmavon Azatyan writes fiction and screenplay, as well as poetry. He holds a PhD in Humanities and Social Sciences from La Trobe University. Shmavon's short stories, essays and poems appear in many countries. Shmavon's research interest resides in narrative, fiction and film, and in the narrativity of space. Shmavon's fiction output appears in New London Writers, (a short story 'Let's Talk' 2012), in Masque&Spectacle, (a short story 'Death Episodes' 2017), Fiction and Non-Fiction anthology 1999-2018, Van Aryan, 2018.

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