“A murderer could get amnesty, but not people like me. Bribery was considered the worst thing, although during Brezhnev's time bribery was everywhere, widespread and first of all in his own system…”
Essayist, art critic and commercial copywriter.
Previously have worked as both a journalist and an art critic, and have written for local and international magazines (including british “The Wire” magazine).
Has also curated exhibitions, which were often political in nature.
Switched from curation and art criticism towards copywriting and playwriting.
Her first play “Assumed on Facts” / 2018-2019 presented in the Armenian Selection of Eurodram, the European network for drama in translation as a play recommended for translation in 2020.
Attitudes toward food and culinary art can reveal much about a people’s past and future. Ella Kanagerian writes that we are trying to work with our cultural influences and approach the concept of national cuisine more consciously.
In the past several years, residents of Yerevan have started spending more time in cafes and the outdoors generally. We eat out, take our breaks, work and escape from the cares of our daily lives.
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