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Mkrtich Mazmanian

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Nationality  Armenian
Known for  sculpture
Name  Mkrtich Mazmanian

Mkrtich Mazmanian
Born  July 27, 1944 (age 71) (1944-07-27) Gyumri, Armenia

Mkrtich Mazmanian (Armenian: Մկրտիչ Մկրտչի Մազմանյան; born July 27, 1944 in Gyumri) is a well known Armenian figurative sculptor based in Beyrut, Lebanon.

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Biography

Mazmanian graduated from the Mercurov Art School in Gyumri and Terlemezian Art College in Yerevan. Later he continued his education at the National Higher Art Institute of Tallinn, Estonia and graduated with a Master's degree in Art/sculpting.

Since 1979 Mazmanian is a member of the Union of Artists of the Republic of Armenia and since 1990 member of International Association of Art, UNESCO.

In 1985 he was awarded with “The Republic of Armenia’s Medal”.

Mazmanian created number of monuments in different countries - Estonia, Latvia, Moldova, Armenia, Lebanon. He has held exhibitions in Middle East, Europe, Asia, and Russia.

Monumental Statues

  • No Genocide, Rostov-on-Don, 2015
  • Sos Sargsyan, Yerevan, Armenia 2014
  • Prime minister Joseph Skaff, Zahle, Lebanon, 2013
  • President Michel Suleiman, Beirut, Lebanon, 2012
  • Saeb Salam, Beirut, Lebanon, 2010
  • Camille Chamoun, Del el Qamar, Lebanon, 2010
  • Saint Jacob Haddad, Beirut, Lebanon, 2010
  • Prime Minister Raffic Hariri, Beirut, Lebanon, 2009
  • Martyr’s square, Lebanon, 2008
  • Saint Jacob Haddad with his students, Del-el Qamar, Lebanon, 2005
  • Saint. Mary , Der-el–Qamar, Lebanon, 2005
  • Heroes Monument, Shengavid, Armenia, 1991
  • Movses Korkissian, AsrthurKarapetian and their friends, Yerevan, Armenia, 1991
  • The monumental statue of Cardinal Sfeir, Rayfoun, Lebanon, 1999
  • Yerevan, International Zvartnots Airport, Yerevan, Armenia, 1980
  • Ornaments at the Youth Palace, Yerevan, Armenia, 1979
  • Obelisks that survived the earthquake in Leninakans airport and its main squares, Gyumri, Armenia, 1979
  • Exhibitions

  • L'Espace Pierre Cardin, Paris France, 2014
  • "Scope Art Basel", Basel, Switzerland, 2014
  • Carrousell Du Louvre, Paris, France, 2014
  • Art Monaco, Monte Carlo, France, 2014
  • Hivernales De Paris, Paris, France, 2012
  • Beirut Art Fair [ME.NA.SA.ART], Beirut, Lebanon, 2012
  • Le Grey Hotel (Esquisse Gallery), Beirut, Lebanon, 2012
  • Ministry of Tourism (Esquisse Gallery), Beirut, Lebanon, 2011
  • Art Center Manama, Bahrain, 2010
  • Museum of Cilicia (Permanent exhibit), Antelias, Lebanon
  • ARTUEL, Beirut, Lebanon, 1996-2003
  • Museum of Sursock, Beirut, Lebanon, 1997-2008
  • Euro Art Geneva, Switzerland, 2001
  • EUROPART, Fiera Internationale del’Arte, Geneva, Switzerland, 2000
  • Riviera, Beirut, Lebanon, 1998
  • La Cigale, Beirut, Lebanon, 1995
  • Gulbenkian Centre, Beirut, Lebanon, 1992
  • Art Centre of Painters, Yerevan, Armenia, 1979
  • Art Salon, Tallinn, Estonia, 1977
  • Opera Exhibition Hall Tallinn, Estonia, 1977
  • Quotes

    "For me, the woman or the mother does everything,” he says. “They are more productive than men. If the woman disappears from the world there won’t be any progress".

    "I prefer monumental sculptures. I like to have a balance between monumental sculptures and architecture ... In education you study the history of art from the Greeks, the Egyptians, and you always dream of doing big sculpture like the pharaohs, the pyramids – anything related to buildings and architecture".

    References

    Mkrtich Mazmanian Wikipedia


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