March 17 - May 6, 2017
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.