Born in Diyarbekir but destined to work, create and mingle among the artistic and intellectual circles of London and Europe, Zabelle Boyajian, an artist, writer, translator and British-Armenian intellectual remains a mystery to many.
Modern libraries are anything but purely warehouses for books. They are people, ideas and lifestyles blending into each other. When well-funded and nurtured, they are the most democratic institutions we have today.
Post-trauma, when the imperative to continue existing before one is able to deal with the breakdown of a way of existence that was once valid, between the now and the future, between aftershocks, eight female photographers ask, “Where am I now?”