The Last Bey

Who was Udi? The Robin Hood of our time, who loved Yesenin, listened to Beethoven, and dreamed of a “golden city” where honest people with high morals would live. The best years of Udi’s life were spent behind locked doors, which were opened only in his old age. One of the most famous thieves in the world of crime lived the last 13 years of his life in the nursing home in Nork, receiving a monthly pension of 13 000 dram (about USD$26).

A Woman has a Thousand Hearts

  It’s already a long time I now and then return to the same topic - the abuse and violence against women. Working for years i...

Marital Abuse

By Jasmine Yedigarian Trauma What is trauma? What is abuse? For some, it is something terrible that many have witnessed happeni...

An Armenian must

By  Nazik Armenakyan, Piruza Khalapyan - Armenians must be united, they must always win, wherever they are, they must always rememb...

Being a Woman: Political Figure

I find it difficult to choose a topic to photograph, I think, I research for a long time. As a photographer I often turn to women, to ...

Yerevan jan, happy birthday!

Yerevan is happy on its birthday, it has the glitter on its face. The streets are crowded, music is everywhere, many guests, much trea...

Everyday Struggle

By Hrant Khachatryan My first encounter with Albert Azaryan and the sports family he created was in 2012. That, of course, didn’t b...