Between Documentary and Art
Journalist, photographer, laureate of the Freedom of Speech Award. She has participated in photo exhibitions at the UN headquarters (New York) and the Geneva office, the Palace of Europe (Strasbourg), Paris, Rome, Berlin, Vienna and elsewhere.
Life After War
Date: 2019 Feb 7–22
“New East” Gallery (Dresden, Germany)
Human Rights in Documentary Photos
This project presents Ani Gevorgyan’s interviews with some political prisoners related to the March One, 2008 events. She has deliberately dropped off the sections that refer to the "political" motives, as well as more tangible and well-known episodes of street...
The Iconography was covered by dozens of leading international and local media outlets, such as:
AGOS | Asbarez | Hamazkayin | Artsakhpress | 1lurer | Hetq | Aravot | Yerkir | Arevelk | RAG Mamoul …
The guest of “7 Questions” rubric of “Champord” (Traveler) Magazine is visual artist, journalist, one of the best urban photographers in Armenia - Ani Gevorgyan. – Which value (building, tradition or something else) would you like to “Armenize?” – Democracy,...
On April 2, the Freedom of Speech Day was celebrated for the 8th time in the "Cinema October" hall in Gyumri. The organizing council of the event, studying more than 25 proposals received from the public, decided to award։ To Tehmine Yenokyan for her courageous work...
Photographer, journalist Ani Gevorgyan has been leaving the house for 6 years with the camera wrapped in hand, “so that they will not be able to take it during the clashes.” “The camera is my friend who helps me to be more protected, to defend, and to present as a fact what is happening in front of my eyes,” she says.
In 2008, Ani Gevorgyan was a student at the Faculty of Journalism at the Russian-Armenian (Slavonic) University when she, along with members of her family, began to take an active interest in political processes. It was then that she received an offer to work as a journalist for the daily Hayk.