If you’ve been exploring the Armenian countryside, you probably already found yourself riding the train from Yerevan to Gyumri. Provided you’re not in a hurry to reach your destination, the 3-hour ride in itself is a mind-blowing travel experience. Sitting on the soviet-era wooden benches and enjoying the bucolic view always makes us feel like we’re time traveling.
On the right side of the gallery stands « Dragonette », the first augmented reality art piece in Armenia. The mural was created by artist LUSKA and augmented with the technology of ARLOOPA, a Yerevan-based IT start-up.
Noumeda Carbone’s 6x4m wall painting “Unmapped 7” is stunning and profound: a web of intertwined vein-like forms spans across a … More
by Anna K. Gargarian Today, April 24th 2015, marks the centennial commemoration of the Armenian Genocide. Yerevan is gray and … More
Take a look at our official list of Events from April 17-27 at our gallery at the ArmAs showroom at … More
by Charlotte Poulain What a weekend…. Our Crowdfunding campaign went public on monday, at 3PM Yerevan-time. At midnight that … More
by Anna K. Gargarian When sharing my excitement about HAYP with friends and acquaintances in Yerevan, the first reaction … More