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Poetry Of Re-Experienced Memories

By 8th March 2020 April 6th, 2020 No Comments

Introducing the tête-à-tête interview series as part of our International Women’s Day celebrations.  In our first issue, Diana Markosian is in conversation with Marta Miskaryan.

Diana Markosian’s photography is deeply personal and reflective. It is infused with a subtle, yet beautiful feeling of melancholy which challenges the creator and the viewer at the same time.

Markosian is a documentary photographer, writer, and filmmaker – an American/Russian artist of Armenian descent. Her editorial portfolio includes assignments for publications such as the National Geographic, the New York Times and The New Yorker. Throughout her career, her artistic voice has been recognized and celebrated through many international awards and prizes – including Chris Hondros emerging photography award and the Elliott Erwitt fellowship.

During our brief but intimate conversation, we spoke about the realities of migration and the most significant stages of her career that shaped her voice as an artist, a woman and an Armenian.

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