• You have many painters and many excellent painters. I could never think that one can encounter so many different things collected in a single exposition. Michelangelo Antonioni, film director, Italy
  • Armenia’s Museum of Modern Art has its own face, its keen searching look into the world, making it differing from many similar museums. I am taking away a great impression. Chingiz Aitmatov, writer, Kirgizia
  • A fine collection, giving a talented and fierce account of the world. Looking at the world are different eyes, but fair. That seems to be the most remarkable feature of the Modern Art Museum. Michael Ulyanov, actor, Russia
  • I must own up that your pieces are bold, this phenomenon being inherent to all great transformations. David Alfaro Siqueiros, painter, Mexico
  • It is a great experience, to be introduced to this remarkable museum reflecting the art of contemporary Armenia having absorbed the great legacy of the previous centuries to reprocess it in a new way. Boris Piotrovsky, Academician, Director of Hermitage

News

Publications

Events

 
  • Armenian Palette - 20th Century

    Henrik Igitian
    Hardcover: 364 Pages
    Publisher: Tigran Metz (2004)
    Language: English
    ISBN: 99941-0-063-1

    Editorial Reviews
    The first part of the two-volume publication Armenian Palette, presenting the art of Armenian artists of 1960s.

  • Emil Kazaz

    Henrik Igitian
    Hardcover: 340 Pages
    Publisher: Tigran Metz (2004)
    Language: English
    ISBN: 99941-0-093-9

    Editorial Reviews
    Artworks (sculptures and paintings) of Emil Kazaz

  • Armenian Palette - New Generation

    Henrik Igitian
    Hardcover: 372 Pages
    Publisher: Tigran Metz (2005)
    Language: English
    ISBN: 99941-0-140-4

    Editorial Reviews
    The second part of the two-volume publication Armenian Palette, presenting the art of Armenian artists of 1980s - new generation, worked after Independence

  • Vahram Galstyan - "Event in a long shot"

    09-30.2016

    A Clay’s Way: Event in a long shot

    What is an event, by its very nature? To clay, for instance, it is firing, the process of passing from soil into crock. Event, therefore, is a rupture, a link between two ontological planes, the real and the factual. Real plane is the phenomenality, reversibility/ of existence, whereas the factual is its essential irreversibility (and thus, inimitability).

    02.11.2016
  • Keti Melkadze - Solo exhibition

    On November 1-3 in Modern Art Museum will take place personal exhibition of Keti Melkadze (Georgia). During the exhibition she will present her artworks done from metal meshes during last two years.

    21.10.2016

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