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Participating Artists

  • Ani Navasardian
  • Anna Vardanian
  • Mariam Vardazarian
  • Ruzanna Vardanian
  • Arevik Arevshatian
  • Arman Grigoryan
  • Artcrun
  • Artiom Sagradov
  • Artur Petrosyan
  • BEM Youth Foundation
  • David Kareyan
  • Diana Hakobyan
  • Edward Balassanian
  • Gagik Charchyan
  • Gayane Arustamyan
  • Gayane Martirosyan
  • Grigor Khachatryan
  • Karen Ohanyan
  • Maryam
  • Nadia Uganesova
  • Narek Avetisyan
  • Narek Santuryan
  • Narine Zolyan
  • Ruben Grigoryan
  • Sona Abgaryan
  • Tsomak
  • Vahik Akimyan
  • Vahram Agasyan
  • Hovhannes Minas
  • Gagik Ghazare and NPAK Theater Group
  • Tigran Khachatryan

The theme of this year’s political exhibition at ACCEA/NPAK is “Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité” the basic slogan of the French Revolution.

The exhibition has been organized preceding the referendum on revised constitution of Armenia (November 27, 2005). It is intended to be a reflection od Armenian contemporary, avant-garde artists  ‘and art enthusiasts’ on this very important political event.

 ACCEA/NPAK is not politics is a vital and integral part of the art and artists world. However, it is important to state that is it not imperative for a politically concerned person, or even an activist (including artist associated with ACCEA/NPAK)  to be partisan.

Politics is part of everyone’s daily life and concern in spite of individual’s partisan affiliation, and artists are no exception.

NPAK artists have been invited to participate and share their personal attitude and reflections on the Basic Law of the land with the public.

 A number of journalists and the NPAK Experimental Theater are taking part at the exhibition.

There are no technical or stylistic restrictions.

Curator: David Kareyan

Nov 22 – Dec 05,     2005