"Komitas-Tumanyan" exhibition to be held in Yerevan
On July 3, at 17:00, the "Komitas-Tumanyan" exhibition, dedicated to great composer and poet's 150th anniversaries, will be held at the Union of Artists of Armenia.
The exhibition will feature about 70 great canvases, graphic sheets, sculptures, archives from the National Gallery of Armenia and its branches, Yervand Kochar Museum, Komitas Museum-Institute, Hovhannes Tumanyan Museum, as well as works from private collections.
The exhibition is a wonderful opportunity to speak about Komitas and Tumanyan again, to evaluate and re-evaluate their creative heritage, presenting it to new generations.
The exhibition will last till July 11.
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