Inna Mkhitaryan

Inna Mkhitaryan
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Inna Mkhitaryan is a photojournalist from Armenia. She started her career of photojournalist in 2006 after completing photojournalism course organized by the Caucasus Institute and World Press Photo in Yerevan, Armenia. Inna mainly works on long-term projects. She received a Documentary Photography Production grant from the Open Society Foundations. In 2010-2011 she was awarded 1st and 2nd prize of Na/Ne Media Award.

Satenik

October, November, December, January, March, yes? It is the sixth month this is my new life and I don’t see it in time, but it is actually the sixth month, or half a year. And I was rather confident in the beginning, because it was a new obligation, despite the fact that it is paid or not, appreciated or not, I have taken ...

30 years 1 month 5 days later

30 years and 1 month after the earthquake, I visited Spitak, the White City. It was quiet around, perhaps because of the layers of winter snow. Uncle Razmik drove me to the first family in a white Volga car. “White powder was falling from the sky from helicopters. They said that this is a medicine for us not to go crazy and sur...

She – Less Desirable

Every time when going to Katnaghbyur village (Aragatsotn region) I have taken my heavy bag of photography tools but come back without ever opening it. Shall I photograph the neighbor Arus or lie down on the bench, drink coffee with her and listen to her? The women of our village were so beautiful in the eye of my camera. I do...

The Not-growing Children of People

The intimate relationship between people and animals is frequently met. Animals are the not-growing children of people, and people always take up the long lasting care of them. The necessity of the care for animals stimulates the development of the feeling of responsibility and the enhancement of the meaning of the ego of the ow...

Other Motherland

My three-year old son was telling for several days about the newcomer African boy at their kindergarten. “Alvin’s face is black, his hands are black outside and white in the palms. His mother’s face and hands are also black”, my son would repeat in the same astonishment every time. Alvin’s mother Lamaghana lives in Armenia...