You may have heard the buzz about URVAKAN Festival, (“GHOST” Festival in Armenian) a cultural festival that aims to reanimate … More
Aramazt Kalayjian is a multi-disciplinary artist from New York, currently based in Yerevan, Armenia since 2011. The below text is … More
by Aram Atamian Note by the editor: Aram Atamian is the author, choreographer and performer of “Oda[r]isque”, a participatory performance … More
հայերենի տեքստը ստորև ն է գտնվում Dear artists, storytellers, musicians and performers, HAYP Pop Up Gallery will be back in … More
Happy summer everyone! Wondering what’s in the works for HAYP these next few months? Here’s a little insight into our … More
From October 28 to November 1, HAYP Pop Up Gallery took over the Yerevan-Gyumri train with an art installation and a series of performances. One of those performances was an original project put together by Nairi Hakhverdi, titled “Literary train” (Stories from the 1920s).
Three weeks ago, an artist from Stuttgart decided to perform an unexpected artistic and social experiment on the Yerevan-Gyumri train. Barbara Karsh-Chaïeb had been doing an artist residency at AKOS for a little more than two weeks when she heard about HAYP Pop Up Gallery’s exhibition project on the train, and decided to get involved.
Anna and I first met Joseph Zakarian in December 2014. We had just closed off our first HAYP exhibition, and … More
By Anna K. Gargarian Some of you may have been hearing the buzz about FLOW, HAYP’s summer project by … More
Noumeda Carbone’s 6x4m wall painting “Unmapped 7” is stunning and profound: a web of intertwined vein-like forms spans across a … More