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“Armenian Artists”

A Group of Artists Represented by Gallery Z
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 20th, 2007, 5-9pm
Show Dates: September 18th – October 13, 2007

PROVIDENCE, RI Gallery Z invites you to join us for the opening reception of “Armenian Artists,” an exhibition of artwork by living and non-living artists of Armenia. The reception will take place on Thursday, September 20 from 5-9pm, and the show will continue through October 13, 2007.

Gallery Director Bérge Ara Zobian has always had a passion for Armenian arts and artisans. Being himself of Armenian ancestry, Zobian takes pride in sponsoring Armenian artists from across the globe. The exhibition will feature the work of: Anet Abnous, Varteni, Samuel Gareginyan, Armen Vahramian, Simon Samsonian, Vartan Tovmasian, Alpert Seropi Khachaderian, Boris Hagopian, Seda Bekarian, Edward Kharazyan, Paula Martiesian, Kegham Tazian, Emma Gregorian, Martin Petrossian, Lola Koundakjian, Laura Avetisyan, Hovsep Pushman, Vahe Berberian, Melik Ghazarian, Sergei Parajanov, Hovik Kochinian, Carzou, Rafael Atoyan, Kevork Mourad, Levon Parian, Lara B., Raysa Amirbekian, Alexander Sarkisian, Joane Boghossian, Hovnan Sevoyan, Edward Issabekian, Harutune Hovhanesian, Garabed Der Hohvanessian, Janik Gasparian, Adrienne Der Marderosian, Vladimir Aivazian, Hrant Mirzoian, Karnig Nalbandian, Vladimir Vardanyan, Anna Kalian, Avedik Hagopian, John Avakian, Sossy Aposhian Nercessian, Robert Elibekian, Marsha Nouritza Odabashian, Sara JH Ashodian, Ashot Melkonian, and Varaz Samuelian.

PROVIDENCE,RI—SEPTEMBER 18-OCTOBER 13--Armenian artists from across the globe come together for Gallery Z’s smash hit from September 18-October 13! (Opening Reception September 20, 5-9PM). You* can’t afford to miss it! Featuring a selection of images by the late Simon* Samsonian,* the Gallery* comes alive with exuberant color and youthful hopefulness. After returning from a 1915 Armenian playground, Samsonian discovered his parents massacred. Placed in a Greek orphanage with little to call his own, Samsonian adopted a modified cubist perspective, preferring to execute portraits of young, vital artisans in a muted secondary palate. Collectible painter Robert Elibekian (of the Elibekian family of artisans) crafts realistic-looking female figures in dramatic costumes. His palette reflects the sanguine reds and royal blues of his Georgian childhood cast against a modest flesh-toned background. His women are flowing, voluptuous, and free-spirited. Anet* Abnous’* vibrant platform of red and gold frees a woman’s spirit to dance amid her strongly executed graphic shapes. Her rendition of a nude is not “nude” at all, but rather a lifting of the veil with which women – all women — have been oppressed. She is not to be missed.