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Picturing Armenia, with perspective

Continue the journey around Armenia through an American photographer’s lens.Photos by Winslow Martin Feb 8, 2019

Last week, Eurasianet featured the work of photographer Winslow Martin. A chance 1998 encounter with an Armenian priest in Massachusetts had given Martin unusual access inside the Armenian church on both sides of the Atlantic. It also initiated a lifelong passion.

The images in this second chapter reveal a photographer more established in Armenia, exploring secular, daily life with his camera between 2001 and 2008. Unencumbered by the news cycle, the images are personal – less document, more poem.

Martin travels back to Armenia regularly to continue shooting.

Khor Virap
Khor Virap
Vanadzor wedding
Vanadzor wedding
Tsaghkadzor
Tsaghkadzor
Chkalovka
Chkalovka
Stepanavan
Stepanavan
village bedroom
Village bedroom
Zardanashen, Karabakh
Zardanashen, Karabakh
matnakash bread
Matnakash bread
lunch break
Lunch break
Vardenis
Vardenis
Shushi Memorial
Shushi Memorial
Cinema Rossiya, Yerevan
Cinema Rossiya, Yerevan
Yerevan
Yerevan
Ararat
Ararat
Khachkar Forest
Khachkar Forest
Independence Day
Independence Day

 

Winslow Martin is a photographer based in Arlington, Massachusetts.

https://eurasianet.org/picturing-armenia-with-perspective

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