Landscape of Memory: Witnesses and Remnants of the Armenian Genocide

March 17 - May 6, 2017

iwitness Installation by Ara Oshagan, Levon Parian, Vahagn Thomasian

The highly anticipated and reimagined Downtown Central Library in Glendale is pleased to

announce the reopening of its doors with a ReflectSpace: a new exhibition space designed to

explore and reflect on major human atrocities, genocides and civil rights violations. Immersive in

conception, ReflectSpace is a hybrid gallery space that is both experiential and informative,

employing art, technology and interactive media to reflect on the past and present of Glendale’s

communal fabric and interrogate current-day global human rights issues.


The inaugural exhibit, called Landscape of Memory: Witnesses and Remnants of the Armenian

Genocide, unfolds in two distinct but interconnected parts and reflects on the Armenian Genocide through the cross-disciplinary work of witnesses, survivors, and artists, across four generations.


Artists in exhibition: Aram Jibiian, Leslie A. Davis (US Consul in the Ottoman Empire in 1915), Ara Oshagan, Levon Parian and Vahagn Thomasian.


Exhibition Statement

Press Coverage

Hyperallergic

Asbarez

Installation Photos & Artists' Work