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Spring Lecture Series: Monumental Sculpture and Public-Political Processes

May 24, 2018
The Spring Lecture series project of the Cafesjian Center for the Arts (CCA) this year presents lectures entitled "City: Image and Context" about the Yerevan modern architecture, monumental sculpture and public-political processes. 

The lectures will be moderated by the Art Critic and Curator Ruben Arevshatyan.

Time: 18:30
Venue: CCA's Special Events Auditorium

May 24
"Monumental Sculpture and Public-Political Processes"

The appearance of the monumental sculpture in urban environments as well as its disappearance is directly related to the course of social and political developments. The lecture will address the history of a selection of sculptures in Yerevan, analyzing the prerequisites for their appearance and disappearance.

The entrance is free.
 
 
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