Query : Art de la diaspora arménienne
- Laporte-Eftekharian, Sarah2
- Donabédian, Patrick1
- Krikor Beledian1
- Marie-Blanche Fourcade1
- Mekdjian, Sarah1
- Sarah Mekdjian1
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology4
- Art and Art History2
- Archaeology and Prehistory1
- Cultural Heritage and Museology1
The International Influence of Flemish Prints in the 16th and 17th centuries: Mural Paintings in the Church of St. Bethlehem and All Savior’s Cathedral, New Julfa (Isfahan)
At the end of the 16th century and during the 17th, Flemish engravings played a crucial role in the dissemination of European iconographic models all around the world, from the Far East to the New World. Their influence is also discernable in the mural paintings of the Armenian churches in New-Julfa...
Tension between centrality and fragmentation: Armenian neighbourhoods in Los Angeles1
Los Angeles is a major city in the international space of the Armenian diaspora. Composed of members native to various nation-states, the Los Angeles Armenian community is pluralist and is organised in a number of urban nuclei. Within this spatial and cul...
Discovery: The other door of the Nativity
Since the restoration works carried out in 2015-2018 have been completed, the wooden door which surrounds the passage from Narthex to nef from the basil of the Nativity in Bethlehem, hitherto hidden in part by scaffolding and old boards, is now accessible from the point of view, cleaned and consolid...
Reproduction or creation? Armenian images, practices and religious objects in exile in Los Angeles.
the 1915 genocide led to widespread dispersion of the Armenian people. The loss of images and religious objects is both material and spiritual. To what extent are these religious elements reproduced identically in the exile in Los Angeles or, on the contrary, to what extent are they re-invented in c...
“The Elaboration for Rewriting at Chahan Chahnour/Armen Lubin”
quasi-emblematic figure of Armenian literature of the diaspora, thanks to its Roman production, a member of the most active member of the Armenian Literary Movement in Paris between 1929 and 1939, Chahan Chahnour (1903-1974) moved to publication in French in 1942 when he was hospitalised in a south-...
Armenian diaspora arts. The evolution of visual arts in the 17th century in New Djoulfa.
Domestic museums of the Armenian community
To perpetuate founding elements of culture, diaspora communities use their space to deprive the conservation and expression of an exilee identity as a privilegy territory. The example of Quebec Armenians is particularly revelation in terms of both the composition of its material and immateriality cu...