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Arman Vahanyan

Born in Yerevan, October 10th, 1978

Education

State Art School of the Southwest district of Yerevan
1993-1995  Yerevan Panos Terlemezyan State College of Fine Arts, Department of painting
1995-2001  Yerevan State Academy of Fine Arts, Department of graphics

Work experience
Since 2006  Head of the printmaking studio at the National Center of Aesthetics, Yerevan

Membership
1997-2004  Member of The Union of Realist Artists
2002  Member of The Artists’ Union of Armenia

Illustrated works
2003  Booklets & posters for the Red Cross program against tubercle (“Tuberculosis treatment duration”, “Tuberculosis transmission” & “BE in pare with                doctor”, etc. (Health duration materials)
2005  Illustrations for “Healthy Child Care & Nutrition” (World Vision Armenia)
2005  Illustrations for “Healthy Nutrition, Food Safety Hygiene” (World Vision Armenia)
2005-2006  Illustrations for Gerda Sula’s “Faster”
2010 “The secondhand smoke and the health of your family” brochure, American University of Armenia
Exhibitions
1995  Spring exhibition of young artists, Hovhannes Tumanyan Museum, Yerevan
1996  Spring exhibition of young artists, Artists’ Union of Armenia, Yerevan
1997  Autumn exhibition of young artists, Artists’ Union of Armenia, Yerevan
1997  First Exhibition of The Union of Realist Artists,
National Gallery of Armenia, Yerevan
1998  Exhibition dedicated to the 10th anniversary of the earthquake in Spitak, Artists’ Union of Armenia, Yerevan
2000  National Exhibition “Painting, Graphic & Sculpture”,
Artists’ Union of Armenia, Yerevan
2002  Exhibition of Plastic Arts “37º”, group exhibition of Syrian and Armenian artists, Artist’s Union of the Republic of Armenia
2002  “Exhibition of Four”, Bookstore-Café “ArtBridge”, Yerevan
2003  “Hidden World”, Artists’ Union of Armenia, Yerevan
2003  “Contemporary Art of Young Armenian Artists”,
Artists’ Union of Armenia, Yerevan

2003  “Armenian Graphic Art 2003. Dante in Armenia”,
Artists’ Union of Armenia, Yerevan

2004  “Graphics & Sculpture 2004”, Artists’ Union of Armenia, Yerevan
2005  Concert-exhibition dedicated to Armenian Genocide’s 90th Anniversary, Chamber Music House after Komitas, Yerevan
2005  International biennial of small prints Lodz’ 2005, Poland
2006  “Exhibition of Four”, Bookstore-Café “ArtBridge”, Yerevan

2006  7th Triennale Mondiale de l’Estampe Petit Format, Chamalières, France
2006  “Infinity” Belorussian and Armenian Graphic Art Exhibition, Contemporary Art Museum, Minsk, Belorussia
2007  “Estamp 2007”, Armenian and Belorussian Graphic Art Exhibition,
National Gallery of Armenia, Yerevan
2008  “Republican Youth Exhibition”, Artists’ Union of Armenia
2010  “Republican Youth Exhibition”, Artists’ Union of Armenia
2010  “Shorja. A Retrospective Look at the Future”,
Artist’s Union of Armenia, Yerevan
2011  “Shorja 2011”, Artist’s Union of Armenia, Yerevan
2011  “Old Yerevan” Graphic Art Exhibition, “Bureaucrat” Bookstore, Yerevan
2011  Exhibition dedicated to the 20th Anniversary of the Independence of Armenia, Artists’ Union of Armenia, Yerevan
2012  “Exhibition of 10”, Artists’ Union of Armenia, Yerevan

2012  Armenian and Japanese Contemporary Art, Museum of Russian Art, Collection Prof. Aram Abrahamyan, Yerevan
2012  Armenian and Japanese Contemporary Art Exhibition, Yokohama Creative City Center, Yokohama, Japan
2012  “When Sandy was gone”- Project, Visual Gap Gallery, Yerevan
2013  “Digital Museum’s Night”- Project, Visual Gap Gallery, Yerevan
2013  “Armenian-Estonian Cultural Mission, Artists’ Union of Estonia, Tallinn
2013  “In Search of the Lost Paradise”, 1st International Graphic Art Exhibition, Granada, Spain
2014  “Striding Imprints. Tigran Sahakyan, Arman Vahanyan, Tigran Kirakosyan in Tallinn”, National Library of Estonia, Tallinn
2014  “Striding Imprints. Tigran Sahakyan, Arman Vahanyan, Tigran Kirakosyan in Tallinn”, United Nations’ Office in Armenia, Yerevan

Awards
1998  Diploma (Exhibition dedicated to the 10th anniversary of the earthquake in Spitak, Artists’ Union of Armenia, Yerevan)

Arman Vahanyan