The Armenian-Japanese Contemporary Art Exhibition was opened at Hovhannes Sharambeyan Folk Art Center.
Center Director Hovik Hoveyan jokes, “Japanese autumn continues in the Armenian mountains,” which probably refers to the display of Japanese decorative and applied arts last month at the center.
The organizer is Elbrick, a company that has been cooperating with the Galerias Ginza I Chome Japanese gallery for ten years.
Japanese organizers are very satisfied and they dream that such exhibitions be continuous.
“Not only here, but also in Japan, do not forget, do not forget. I would love to go to Japan,” says Mr. Hoveyan.