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The List of our Artists combines Composers, Fine Artists and Performers

Composers

Performers

Fine Artists

Our composers come from many walks of life. We represent leading and upcoming composers. From this page you can get to know our composers as well as how you can approach commissioning them.
We represent many performers, from small ensembles to solo artists. You can learn about their progress as well as how you can hire them for your own concerts.
Our artists come from a variety of disciplines and generations. Get to know their work, find out where their next exhibition is, and find out how to commission them for new work, or rent their pieces.
 
Composers
Ben Lunn Composer
His music has been described as 'Evocative' - Buzz Magazine, 'Restrained Otherworldliness' - P.G. MusicWeb International 'Chilling' - Theatre Wales or 'produces...glorious roaring sounds' and 'desolate monotone'. He has also been referred to as a 'Composer of life music' - M.K.
His music, as he continues to develop, is more and more retrospective often drawing more influence from the ancient. Despite being so reflective of tradition, his work always remains of the time. His contradictory influences from Buddhism and Bataille, Perotin and Radulescu, Part and Harvey continue to hold him on the precipice of the now and the past.
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Kristina Arakelyan  Composer
Our youngest associated composer, Kristina Arakelyan is an award winning composer has an already flourishing  career. Currently studying in the Royal Academy of Music, Kristina has worked with some of Britain's leading ensembles, including BBC Singers. Her music focuses on a clarity of idea and features beautiful flowing melodies. She will be featured in our Yerevan events.
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Evan Kassof
Evan Kassof Composer, Conductor
A composer who strives for intellectual intergrity and emotional potency, Evan Kassof's works often draw on scientific discoveries but with a Wagnerian sense of grandeur. Drawing influences from the soundworlds of Xenakis and Ligeti, Evan continues to write large scales works such as opera (Memoirs of Transformation) and orchestral works. His chamber works have managed to keep every ounce of intensity and his songs highlight his emotive powers.
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Van Sarkissian Guitarist, Composer
Van Sarkissian
Van Sarkissian is one of the most inventive and artistic guitarists and composer from his generation. Having been awarded a full scholarship from the Manoukian foundation in 2010, Van Sarkissian began his studies at the Royal Academy of Music, which was a turning point for his professional career.  Since then he has been involved in a variety of different collaborations and concert opportunities, which have included performances of his own works and some of his arrangements for guitar and chamber music. His undertaking of composition lessons has led him to becoming established as a composer in addition to being a performer.
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Justina Repečkaitė  Composer
The music of Justina Repečkaitė has many similarities to a diamond. With its hard unforgiving shape and geometric perfection, it creates a profound and striking beauty, which singles her out from many composers of her generation. The composer’s work is highly modernistic giving almost nothing away to the listener, but in its boldness drags the audience along with her. 
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Andrew Crossley  Composer
Andrew Crossley
Andrew Crossley is rare beautiful combination of spiritually inspiration and compositional integrity. His works often draw influence from Zen/Tibetan philosophy as well as drawing on the music and aesthetics of John Cage and Jonathan Harvey. His work with electronics have produced some of his most potent and evocative works.  He is currently resident of Mexican Centre for Music and Sound Art (CMMAS) and the University of Huddersfield to write a new electroacoustic piece for performance at the 2016 Visiones Sonoras Festival and the 2016 Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival.
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Aleksandr G. Brusentsev  Composer
Aleksandr Brusentsev is a composer who creates ‘brilliantly conceived and realised’ (Simon Bainbridge) music that embodies the joys, complexities, and contradictions of a 21st-century life in transition. His idiosyncratic compositions have been performed and lauded in the US and across the UK by both artists and audiences alike.
More committed to saying it right than to simply saying it, Brusentsev approaches each composition as multi-layered musical world, one that invites and engages as much as it challenges and provokes one to listen not as a spectator but as a participant—regardless of musical background, allowing the music to serve as a catalyst for questioning, reflection, and, most importantly, empathy.
 
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Elischa Kaminer  Composer
Elischa Kaminer (*1991) is an award-winning director and composer of chamber, orchestral and electronic music based in London and Frankfurt.
In 2010 Elischa was awarded a scholarship to study composition at the Royal Academy of Music with David Sawer and graduated with a First Class Honours. He commenced his studies in 2014 at the Institute for Applied Theatre Studies in Gießen under the direction of Heiner Goebbels. Next to his work as a composer for film, theatre and the concert hall, Elischa has devised stage works, live art and installations that culminated in performances at Spitalfield’s Music Festival, Akademie der Künste Vienna, KORZO Theatre, The Hague and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, London.
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Maja Palaser  Composer
Maja graduated with a first class honours degree in composition from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff in 2011, where she had studied composition under tutor Peter Reynolds. Her particular interest lies in creating atmospheric sound worlds drawing inspiration from a wide range of musical styles, topics and subjects, as well as experimenting with extended instrumental techniques. Maja's musical background was shaped strongly through her parents who brought her up on a diet of Jazz, Blues and 1960s/ 70s Rock, her father being himself a Jazz musician.
Apart from music, Maja enjoys art and acting and completed a foundation degree in fine art before deciding to study for a degree in music.
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Bofan Ma Composer
Since the initial point of his study in piano playing at his 4 years old, Bofan has received a coherent formal music education at both Music Elementary and Secondary School Affiliated to Shanghai Conservatory of Music (SMMS), worked with two famous Chinese composers/pianists: Weihao Qiang and Jianzhong Wang. In 2011, Bofan moved to the UK and is currently studying his third year undergraduate of composition at Royal Academy of Music with support from both the Academy and Ismena Holland Prize Foundation, supervised by Mr Paul Patterson. 
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Andrey Rubtsov Composer, Conductor
Andrey Rubtsov is currently an assistant to Donald Runnicles at BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and a 2014 Leverhulme Conducting Fellow at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
His pieces have been performed in more than 50 countries from Malaysia to Bermuda and published in USA. He composed a chamber ballet for the Bolshoi Theatre project and his woodwind quintet has become a standard repertoire piece for already more than 35 quintets all over the world including the Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet.
Andrey enjoyed numerous commissions from the Russian State Chamber Orchestra and the Russian National Orchestra. Upcoming events include his Oboe Concerto as a compulsory piece for the Moscow Conservatoire International Music Competition Final in November 2015 and Violin Concerto premiere in February 2016 in 9 German cities with Julia Fischer and Academy of St Martin in the Fields.
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Yiran Zhao Composer
Yiran Zhao (*1988 in QingDao, PRC) lives and studies in Basel. She studied composition with Professors Zhang Lida and Jia Guoping in Beijing, as well as with Professors Caspar Johannes Walter Michael Reudenbach, and Erik Oña; she also studied computer music withOliver Frick and organ with Jörg-Hannes Hahn. She was awarded many prizes and fellowships, such as the composition prize from Ensemble Recherche in 2008, 1st Prize from the "Con Tempo" composition competition in 2009, the National Fellowship of the People's Republic of China in 2010, and the Deutschlandstipendium in 2013/14. She has worked with many artists, groups and festivals in Europe, Asia and Americe, such as the "211 Kammermusik Program", Garage Ensemble, the "AXES" Triduum in Krakow, with Ensemble Echtzeit, the Philharmonia Choir in Stuttgart, the Donaueschingen Musiktage "Next Generation" Off-Program, with Sinogerman Sounds, the pourChœur Vocal Ensemble, Iktus Percussion, Rosa Rosae Rosam, Ensemble Phoenix Basel, Ensemble Klang Büro, Black Forest Percussion Group, Ensemble Hörwerk, ZEIT RÄUME - Basel Biennale für neue Musik und Architektur, and numerous others. She was assistant at the Studio for New Musik at the State Conservatory for Music and Performing Arts Stuttgart. Her work incorporates various modes of expression: integrating purely musical elements, lighting, visual art, and othermedia.
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Performers
Guitarists
Srdjan Bulat Guitarist
Srdjan Bulat (born 20 October 1986) is an award-winning classical guitarist from Split, Croatia. He has won top prizes in almost all of the most prestigious international competitions for classical guitarists including the first prize in the 2011 'Francisco Tarrega' competition in Benicassim, Spain. He has also recorded a successful solo CD for Naxos which was released in September 2012.
In July 2014 Srdjan graduated, with Distinction, from the Royal Academy of Music in London, where he studied as the recipient of the prestigious ABRSM scholarship - awarded to the best candidate in the auditions for postgraduate study programmes.
 
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Andrey Lebedeev Guitarist
Recognised for his exceptional musicality and commanding stage presence, Andrey Lebedev came to prominence as the young guitarist asked by Julian Bream to perform for the Julian Bream Trust. Lebedev premiered two Trust commissions, Construction with Guitar Player: Beyond the White Hand by Sir Harrison Birtwistle and Sonata No.5 Ars Combinatoria by Leo Brouwer, in a London recital curated by Bream in 2014.
His interests in contemporary repertoire have led him to premiere new works by leading composers including Peter Sculthorpe’s Oh T.I for Guitar and String Orchestra, Leo Brouwer’s Danzas Rituales y Festivas vol. 2, the aforementioned Julian Bream Trust commissions, as well as regularly performing music from the late 20th century by composers such as Berio, Henze, Ginastera, Britten, and Takemitsu. A lover of chamber music, Lebedev performs regularly with flautists Bronte Hudnott and Alena Lugovkina, mezzo-soprano Lotte Betts-Dean, and has worked extensively with the Llewelyn Guitar Quartet in Australia.
 
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Emre Gökalp Guitarist
Emre Gökalp, 27, was born in İzmir, Turkey, and began his classical guitar studies with Ahmet Kanneci at 9 years old. He began participating in master classes at the age of 10, and has won prizes in international competitions since the age of 11. Gökalp's awards include first prize in the second Classical Guitar Competition in Orleans, France in 1999; second prize in the third Antonio Lauro Classical Guitar Competition in Ankara, Turkey in 2000; and first prize in the first Balkan Festival and Competition of the Classical Guitar in Velingrad, Bulgaria in 2002. Following these early successes, Gökalp was accepted into the bachelor of arts in music program at Hacettepe University's Ankara State Conservatory to continue his studies. During the 2008-2009 academic year, he took leave to go to London, where he took private classical guitar lessons from Professor Michael Lewin, head of the Guitar Department of the Royal Academy of Music, for five months. Gökalp then traveled with the Erasmus Student Exchange Program to the Real Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid in Spain, where he studied classical guitar with Miguel Trápaga for six months. He graduated with a BA in June 2011. Thanks to his scholarship from the Borusan Kocabıyık Foundation, Gökalp has also graduated with his master's degree from the Royal Academy of Music.
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Van Sarkissian  Guitarist
Van Sarkissian is one of the most inventive and artistic guitarists and composer from his generation. Having been awarded a full scholarship from the Manoukian foundation in 2010, Van Sarkissian began his studies at the Royal Academy of Music, which was a turning point for his professional career.  Since then he has been involved in a variety of different collaborations and concert opportunities, which have included performances of his own works and some of his arrangements for guitar and chamber music. His undertaking of composition lessons has led him to becoming established as a composer in addition to being a performer.
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Pianists
Assel Abilseitova Pianist
The Award winning pianist, Assel Abilseitova has a wide variety of performances as soloist, chamber musician, and accompanist. Currently residing in Basel, Assel is in her final year of Masters in the Musik Akademie Basel, studying with the international pianist Filippo Gamba. 
She now is a member of the Henze Trio and continues to accompany in many masterclasses with Ja Schmolck, Levon Chilingirian, Maxim Vengerov, and Alexander Pavlovic. Alongside this, she is the founding member of the artistic agency ProArt whose debut project is in the Autumn of 2015
 
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Yun (Sunny)Li Pianist
Yun (Sunny)Li, started learning the piano at the age of four, She had her first public performance in China at the age of six. She won the first prize of "Chinese Talented Pianist Competition" in 2003. unny also is a wine taster, she get the WSET (wine spirit education test)certificate,play chamber concert in the public wine event in August 2013. On November she invited to Mont Blank private event with pianist Langlang. Sunny played a solo concert in NPL music society in London on 2014.
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Violinists
Hrayr Achemian Violin
Born in 1990 in Yerevan, Armenia, Hrayr Achemian played his debut recital at the age of thirteen. Since then Hrayr has appeared both as soloist and as a chamber musician on numerous stages across U.S. and Europe. His collaborations include musicians such as Ruggero Allifranchini, Suren Bagratuni, Stefan Fehlandt, Dmitri Berlinsky among others.
Hrayr is a member of prestigious Perlman Music Program in New York. In 2008 he was granted a full scholarship to study with violinist Itzhak Perlman in a six week intensive course.
In 2013 Hrayr became member of Haake Foundation and appeared in a recital at the Ludwigsburg Castle, Germany. In 2014 he’s been selected as the recipient of the annual AGBU Performing Arts Fellowship.
In recent years he has appeared in Festivals and Masterclasses in Kronberg Academy, Aigues-Vives en Musiques, Cello Plus among others and has worked with musicians such as Mauricio Fuks, John Holloway, Pierre Amoyal, Shmuel Ashkenazi, Eberhard Feltz and Gerhard Schultz to name a few.
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David Sypniewski Violin
David Sypniewski started the violin with his father in Toulouse before he joined the Silvia Marcovici class in the Tibor Varga Academy. In 2009 he won the first prize in the Leopold Bellan International Competition. He recently won the Fritz Gerber Award for young contemporary music performers. David Sypniewski is now living in Basel and follows the Specialized Master program in contemporary music performance. He is benefiting advices from Sashko Gawrilow, Hae-Sun Kang and Raphael Oleg. He is playing a violin by Fabien Peyruc.

 
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Fine Artists
Artists born during: 1943-1973
  1. Untitled, 2014, mixed media, décollage, 70 x 70 cm
    Untitled, 2014, mixed media, décollage, 70 x 70 cm
  2. Untitled, 2014, mixed media, décollage, 70 x 100 cm
    Untitled, 2014, mixed media, décollage, 70 x 100 cm
  3. Untitled, 2014, mixed media, décollage, 70 x 100 cm
    Untitled, 2014, mixed media, décollage, 70 x 100 cm
  4. From the series „City“, 2013, mixed media, décollage, 125 x 196 cm
    From the series „City“, 2013, mixed media, décollage, 125 x 196 cm
Sam Grigorian  Fine Artist
The urge to constantly see something new and make something visible what one would otherwise only feel, is the thing that drives me to make art.  Sam Grigorian’s art includes a wide range of large-and small-scale works on paper, collages and décollages. The artist works with various types of old paper (music paper, found objects ...), thus pointing back to the partially-buried history of cultural development, with significant roots in Armenia and refers to it. In an individually developed technical method he gives the layers in different papers, but also the other "objets-trouvé" materials their own importance and symbolic depths.
His creative way of working is minimal and reduced to geometric principles of order and makes the integration into the abstractions of the presence of both the associated loss, and the gain significantly, with a specific repertoire of forms and restrained colors. Klaus Zeller, Photographer
 
  1. Between the Images
    Between the Images
    2012 -180x120
  2. Hurly-burly in the Museum
    Hurly-burly in the Museum
    2005, oil on canvas, 195x290cm.
  3. Wall #17
    Wall #17
    2006, oil on canvas, 80x160cm. Collection of Contemporary art Museum of Armenia
  4. Nervus Probandi
    Nervus Probandi
Arthur Sarkissian  Fine Artist
“The mediated photographic imagery Sarkissian appropriates, after all, is no less imbued with his passion than are his vigorous, often volcanic passages of the abstract brushwork. It is the passion of Sarkissian’s curiosity, his embrace of the world that prompts him to introduce photographic imagery into his paintings… We even see its textures and practices, as well as philosophical positions, reflected in the work of such disparate predecessors as Warhol, Cornell, Miro, Malevich, and, of course Picasso. Among other things, Sarkissian demonstrates that the “collage aesthetic” – the simultaneously disjunctive and conjunctive qualities that uniquely define modern composition – remains one of the most significant and enduring legacies of 20th century art.” -Peter Frank, Los Angeles, June 2006. 
  1. Garik Karapetyan, ProArt, Armenian Art
    QVN4U5T8
    Size: 76.8 H x 51.2 W x 2 in
  2. Garik Karapetyan, Progressive Art, Fine Arts, Contemporary, Minimalism
    PQ38G
    Size: 57.5 H x 44.9 W x 2 in
  3. Garik Karapetyan, Progressive Art Agency, Contemporary Art
    3927D4NJ
    Size: 51.2 H x 63.8 W x 2 in.
  4. GArik Karapetyan, Painting, Fine Arts, Armenian Contemporary, Progressive Art Agency
    P24985HFG574
    Size: 57.5 H x 44.9 W x 2 in
Garik Karapetyan  Fine Artist
Was born in 1973 in Armenia. Lives and works in UK, Armenia and France.
Artists Satatement: Speedy development and adaptation of new technologies allows art to take on many various new forms; art allows science to tackle the issues it faces in new and creative ways. Art has also been seen to benefit from applying formulae and scientific methods to the creation process, the science helping many to understand how art and the empirical world can relate to each other. Art creates an irrational space where the human being initially experiences an emotional reaction. If it is possible to somehow quantify these emotional reactions through understanding formulaically precise art, then we are able to better understand our emotional selves. The absolute is impossible to describe, but it is possible to create an image of it. Consequently, if the symbol can be interpreted then the image and the space of the artwork in question can only be felt. It is a closed system of inwardly complete infinite spheres, which is manifested in the artwork by revelation, once and forever. Each piece of my work has a unique name, which reflects the unexpected nature of its creation. The ''name-code'', consisting of numbers and letters, reconfirms the fact that each piece is a unique entity.
  1. Diana Hakobyan , Progressive Art, Contemporary Art, Armenian Artists
    180x120, oil on canvas, 2014
    180x120, oil on canvas, 2013
  2. Diana Hakobyan , Progressive Art, Contemporary Art, Armenian Artists
    180x120, oil on canvas, 2014
    180x120, oil on canvas, 2014
  3. Diana Hakobyan , Progressive Art, Contemporary Art, Armenian Artists
    180x120, oil on canvas, 2014
    145x95-oil on canvas- 2013
  4. Diana Hakobyan , Progressive Art, Contemporary Art, Armenian Artists
    180x120, oil on canvas, 2014
    145x95, oil on canvas, 2014
Diana Hakobyan  Fine Artist
Was born in Yerevan, Armenia in 1974. Hakobyan studied at the Yerevan Academy of Fine Arts, graduating in 1996. “The Presence of the Other” is the title of her 2004 one-person exhibition held at the Armenian Center for Contemporary Experimental Art in Yerevan . Among the numerous group exhibitions in which Hakobyan’s work has been presented within Armenia and Europe are “Beyond Icons” held at the National Museum of Armenia, Yerevan (2001); the 50th Venice Biennale (2005); “Armenie Mon Amie,” Modern Art Museum, Lyon, France (2007); and “Transitland: Video Art from Central and Eastern Europe, 1989-2009,” held at InterSpace Association in Sofia, Bulgaria (2009). Hakobyan currently lives and works in Yerevan .
  1. new period of abstract works
    new period of abstract works
    Since beginning of the second millennium I turned to abstraction of textures and masonry-works of olden structures, semi-visible obscured arabesques and architectural forms. Same concept of repeated details forming an abstract expanse, which are present in my early period of abstract works are present here as well. These compositions are mystical and convey an aura of stand-still quiet and feeling of awe and reverence.
  2. new period of abstract works
    new period of abstract works
  3. new period of abstract works
    new period of abstract works
    Since beginning of the second millennium I turned to abstraction of textures and masonry-works of olden structures, semi-visible obscured arabesques and architectural forms. Same concept of repeated details forming an abstract expanse, which are present in my early period of abstract works are present here as well. These compositions are mystical and convey an aura of stand-still quiet and feeling of awe and reverence.
  4. new period of abstract works
    new period of abstract works
    Since beginning of the second millennium I turned to abstraction of textures and masonry-works of olden structures, semi-visible obscured arabesques and architectural forms. Same concept of repeated details forming an abstract expanse, which are present in my early period of abstract works are present here as well. These compositions are mystical and convey an aura of stand-still quiet and feeling of awe and reverence.
Sonia Balassanian  Fine Artist
was born on April 8, 1942, in Iran. She currently lives and works in New York City and Yerevan, the Capital of Armenia. 
She received Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Joint Program of the University of Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in 1970, and Master of Fine Arts degree from Pratt Institute in 1978. She is also an alumnus of the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program. She has taught art at the Institute of Fine Arts of Tehran and National and Farabi Universities of Iran intermittently between the years of 1970 and 1979. Sonia Balassanian has exhibited in many of New York City’s most esteemed venues; having individual as well as group shows at the Museum of Modern Art, the Sculpture Center, Exit Art, Franklyn Furnace, etc. She has also exhibited her work in Washington D.C., Philadelphia, and South Carolina. Her work has been displayed internationally in Iran, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, as well as in Armenia. In 1975 her poetry was published for the first time in the 18th edition of “Nor Ej” (New Page) an Armenian literary periodical in Iran.
Arman Grigoryan  Fine Artist
  1. Պատմությունը սովորեցնում է,
    Պատմությունը սովորեցնում է,
    2015թ.,կտավ- յուղ, 200x250սմ,
  2. Ես եմ տերը իմ մարմնի,
    Ես եմ տերը իմ մարմնի,
    2014, կտավ-յուղ, 150x290սմ
  3. We naked,
    We naked,
    2014, 200x300cm
  4. difference between town and country
    difference between town and country
    2014, 200x200cm
Born: 1960, 16 APR
Education: 1979-85 Yerevan Institute of Fine Arts
Arman Grigoryan is the originator of Armenian pop art that began the alternative art movement in the perestroika years in the Soviet Union. To show his contempt for the Soviet government and to reveal its hypocrisy, Grigoryan developed a punk/pop aesthetic that ridicules the social realism that was the only style accepted by the state. His work was exemplary of cultural changes in the “Velvet Revolution”. Grigoryan’s bright colors and powerful images mimic the advertising world of the West, that seduced with promises of new consumer goods and a better life, but remained in the realm of fantasy after the collapse of the Soviet Union.
 
LeoLeo  Fine Artist
  1. Title 1
    Title 1
  2. Samadhi
    Samadhi
    2010 acrylic on canvas 120x120
  3. LeoLeo, ProArt
    Samadhi 7DEC2010
    140x140 acrylic on canvas
  4. Progressive Art, Armenian Art, Levon, LeoLeo, Armenian Art, Contemporary
    Meditation
    11-3 2010 140x140 acrylic on canvas
1971 - Born in Yerevan, Armenia 1990 -1996 - Studied and Graduate Yerevan State Academy of Fine Arts, Faculty of Painting . 1998 - Member of International Federation of Artists and National Artist's Union of Russia 2008 - Member of Armenian Union of Artists
 
Exhibitions:
2012 – Solo exhibition «Monochrome emotions» - Dalan Art Gallery, Yerevan
2012 – Group exhibition – Yokohama Creativecity Center, Japan
2012 – «Abstarction» Group exhibition - Modern Art Museum, Yerevan
2012 – Armenian-Japanes exhibition – The Museum of Russian Art, Yerevan
2012 – Solo exhibition «Meditation of happiness» - Academia Gallery, Yerevan
2011 - «Individuality and Unity» - Dalan Art Gallery, Yerevan
2011 - «Monochrome and polychrome» 
Nana Aramyan  Fine Artist
  1. Title 1
    Title 1
  2. Untitled
    Untitled
  3. Untitled
    Untitled
  4. Untitled
    Untitled
Nana's art of recent years is highly saturated by SURREAL attitude mixed with her fascination by GOTHIC spirit and focused on visualization of DARK & MYSTERIOUS Dreams. Provocative, EROTIC allusions, sensual, accentuated color approaches are indispensable methods of expression in Nana's paintings. Little witches, cupboards, bats, reptiles, semi-cybernetic creatures and insects that reveal surprising contents, confident women or skeletons with a rich history are her favorite characters.  1993 graduated from P. Terlemezian College of Art, and in 1999 graduated from the Painting Department of the Academy of Fine Arts of Yerevan.
 
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2009 "Actual Art exhibition" "One" gallery, Yerevan, Armenia
2008 "Actual Art exhibition" "One" gallery, Yerevan, Armenia
2006 "Armenian International Style" "Akanat" gallery, Yerevan, Armenia
2005 "Media Art Festival" ACCEA, Yerevan, Armenia
2005 "Womens Dialogue" ACCEA, Yerevan, Armenia
Yevgine Martirosyan  Fine Artist
  1. The Red is not transparent
    The Red is not transparent
  2. NATURA NATURATA
    NATURA NATURATA
    2009coton color ink,160x 230cm.
  3. Blue World
    Blue World
    2008,150x150cm.oil on canvas
  4. Green-Green-Fresh-Fresh
    Green-Green-Fresh-Fresh
1967- Born in Yerevan, Armenia
Education
1986-Graduated from Yerevan P.Terlemezian College of Fine Arts
1993-Graduated from Yerevan State Academy of Fine Arts
Solo exhibitions
2013-“Joie De Vivre”,Dalan Art Gallery,Yerevan,Armenia
2009-“To See Is To Feel With Your Eyes” Armenian Center For Contemporary Experimental Art,ACCEA,Yerevan,Armenia
2004-   Exhibition “Love” Artbridge, Yerevan, Armenia
1999  -Exhibition “ HI ART “Gallery, Yerevan , Armenia     
Selected Group Exhibitions
2014-Tufenkian Fine Arts,World Wide Art Show LA ,Convention Center
2014-“Where I Lay My head Is home”, Armenian Center For Contemporary Experimental Art,NPAK
2013-Contemporary Armenian Artists,63-rd Annual ASA New York Exhibition,Denise Bibro Fine Art,
2012-9artist +20years ,Armenian Center For Contemporary Experimental Art
  1. Undiscovered Weight of Color, 2008, oil on canvas, 173x200 cm
    Undiscovered Weight of Color, 2008, oil on canvas, 173x200 cm
  2. Only Pink, 2007, oil on canvas, 173x200 cm
    Only Pink, 2007, oil on canvas, 173x200 cm
  3. Night of Satisfaction, 2007, oil on canvas, 173x200 cm
    Night of Satisfaction, 2007, oil on canvas, 173x200 cm
  4. Long Blue, 2007, oil on canvas, 173x200 cm
    Long Blue, 2007, oil on canvas, 173x200 cm
David Kareyan  Fine Artist
DAVID KAREYAN was born in 1973. Studied in Panos Terlemezyan Art College, later in Yerevan Fine Art Academy (1990–1996).
In 1996 he co-founded “Act” group. In their works of 1993–2000 those artists used to emphasize new media, observing the art as a process for political activism, experimentation of cultural amortization and expanding of bounds of art. In exhibitions, held in 1993–2000 in the Center of Contemporary Innovative Art, he emphasized analyzes of post-Soviet social and political cataclysms and overcoming the atmosphere of fear, trying to exit from the cultural isolation and total social control.
New Locality  project is intended to expose the identity of contemporary man in the era of cultural globalization, technological revolution and biological distortion. It consists of 23 independent canvasses, which are also complementary of each other. 
  1. Gagik Babayan
    Gagik Babayan
  2. Gagik Babayan
    Gagik Babayan
  3. Gagik Babayan
    Gagik Babayan
  4. Gagik Babayan
    Gagik Babayan
Gagaik Babayan  Fine Artist
 
 
1989    Jahressalon  für  bildende  Kunst  in  Eriwan. Gruppeausstellung  im  Kunsthaus  in     
           Eriwan
1990     Ausstellung  “Avantgarde “ , Moskau.
1991   “ Galerie  Jeanne ” -  Ausstellung  ; München
1992     Eigene  Ausstellung,  Max- Planck-Haus,  Tübingen
1994     Stipendium  der  Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung,  Köln. Eigene         Ausstellung  in  Papiermuseum Dür
2007     Gruppenausstellung  in  der  Kunstverein  “Ankäufe  der  Stadt  Heidelberg”.
2010     Gruppenausstellung  “La  Francophonie”Art  Galerie  Leo 52 ,Eriwan .
2011     Ausstellung  “ Formen in Gespräch”  Kurpfalz-Zentrum  Leimen.
2012      Ausstellung  “Gzel”  Treff am Turm, Heidelberg.
2012      Ausstellung  “Zwiegespräch” ,Kurpfalz-Zentrum, Leimen.
2013      Teilnahme  an  5  Künstler  Messe  B.- Württemberg , Stuttgart .
  1. Spaces of Light and  Trace
    Spaces of Light and Trace
    Installation consists from paintings of different sizes, and light installtion in the architectural space, 2004-2005
  2. Spaces of Light and  Trace
    Spaces of Light and Trace
    Installation consists from paintings of different sizes, and light installtion in the architectural space, 2004-2005
  3. Spaces of Light and  Trace
    Spaces of Light and Trace
    Installation consists from paintings of different sizes, and light installtion in the architectural space, 2004-2005
  4. Narek Avetisyan
    Spaces of Light and Trace
    Installation consists from paintings of different sizes, and light installtion in the architectural space, 2004-2005
Narek Avetisyan  Fine Artist
Born in Yerevan, Armenia
Armenian avantgarde artist, works in different media: painting, video, animation, music, light installation
Artists born during: 1980 - 1999
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  4. Arshak Sarkissian
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Arshak Sarkissian  Fine Artist, Sculptor
1981 Born Gyumri, Armenia  December 26
1998 National Aesthetic Center of art, Yerevan, Armenia
2001- 2002 Postgraduary Cyprus College of Art, Paphos, Cyprus
 Selected group exhibitions
2013 Charlie Smith Gallery, London Anthology Uk
2008 Center for contemporary Experimental art. Armenia
2007 Harvest Gallery. California, USA
1998 Take It, Center of Modern and Experimental Art, Yerevan, Armenia
1997 Zircular 5, Modern Art Museum, Yerevan, Armenia.
Selected solo exhibitions
2009 Albemarle Gallery, UK, London 2010 Mildberry Gallery, Russia  Moscow
2010 Gavriel Gallery,Germany.Bremen
2011 Opus 39, Nicosia, Cyprus.
 
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  4. Karen Barshegsyan, Pro Art Agency, Armenian Art, Contemporary, Fine Arts
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Karen Barseghyan  Fine Artist
Born in 1979 Gyumri, Armenia.
Has graduated from Yerevan Academy of Fine Arts in 2003.  Barseghyan has exhibited his artworks in Armenia and abroad. As well as he is a co-founder of “15/3″ art group (2007).
Has been involved in Gallery 25 since 2008.
 
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS AND PROJECTS
2013  The water of our vision flows through this soil, Gallery 25, Gyumri, Armenia 
2012  2012-2013. Gallery 25 at Berlin Art Hotel, Gyumri, Armenia
2012  Artist in residence in USA. Haystack Mountain School of Crafts
2012  QR Labyrinth. Gallery 25 at Berlin Art Hotel, Gyumri, Armenia
2012  Armenian and Japanese contemporary art. Creativity center. Yokohama, Japan
2012  Gyumri’s 7th International Biennial. Gyumri, Armenia
2012  A Lumine festival. Gallery 25 at Berlin Art Hotel, Gyumri, Armenia
2012  Entrance, Gallery 25 at Berlin Art Hotel, Gyumri, Armenia
2011  Das Auto, Gallery 25 at Berlin Art Hotel, Gyumri, Armenia
Vahag Hamalbashyan  Fine Artist
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 Born in Yerevan, Armenia
Education
Graduated from Yerevan State Academy of Fine Arts
Solo exhibitions
Solo Exhibition Contemporary Experimental Art,ACCEA,Yerevan,Armenia
Selected Group Exhibitions
update coming soon!
Levon Fljyan  Fine Artist
  1. Girl From The Back
    Girl From The Back
    25x25 pencil on paper
  2. Our ancestors
    Our ancestors
    30x40 penfil on paper
  3. Welcome to Armenia
    Welcome to Armenia
    2015 100x100, Canvas mixed technique
  4. Electric
    Electric
    2015 100x100, Canvas mixed technique
 Born in 1983, Gyumri, Armenia
2000 - 2006 Yerevan State Art Academy Gyumri Branch - Visual Art Specialty 1990 - 1995 Art school after Sergey Merkurov
 
SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2011 PostIndustrialRealties:Gyumri/Bytom-KRONIKAcontemporaryartcentre.Bytom,Poland 2011 Fromknowntounknown-SzybWilsonGallery.Katowice,Poland
2004 Gods Vision – Basement of St. Akob church. Gyumri, Armenia
 
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS AND PROJECTS
2011 LIKETHAT2PolyvynilAcetate-GAletsMuseum.Yerevan
2011 City.Territory.Space.Person"–VanadzorStategallery.Vandzor,Armenia
2011 City.Territory.Space.Person"-STYLEgallery.Gyumri,Armenia 
2010 «3440 meters under the world. From Haudy in Himalaya». Mariacka, St., Katowice, Poland 2010 Project-Island-KRONIKAcontemporaryartcentre.Bytom,Poland
   
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