Day archives: November 25th, 2021

“Bon Voyage” film reveals the true nature of the unrecognized status of Artsakh

“Bon Voyage” film reveals the true nature of the unrecognized status of Artsakh

Despite being filmed two years prior to the 44-day war between Azeris and Armenia, Garegin Papoyan‘s film about Artsakh’s airport is still quite relevant and a must-see for anyone interested in Artsakh’s unrecognized status. His approach to telling the story of this pristinely renovated yet non-operational airport is hypnotizing, keeping you waiting for the next scene …

Unfurling the Rich Tapestry of Armenian Culture

Unfurling the Rich Tapestry of Armenian Culture

The article was published in 2018 on the Smithsonianmag website. Reprinted at ArtATsolum without corrections and abbreviations. A modestly sized landlocked nation framed by the Black Sea to the west and the Caspian to the east, Armenia links the southernmost former Soviet Socialist Republics with the arid sprawl of the Middle East. Armenia’s own geography …