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Internationally recognized and award-winning photographer, Anush Babajanyan will present her book, A Troubled Home, which tells the story of Nagorno-Karabakh/Artsakh through it’s tragedy, beauty, conflict and every day life. Anush will also present work from the recent displacement of indigenous Armenians from the region.

The presentation will be followed by a conversation between Anush Babajanyan and photographer/curator Ara Oshagan. 

A Troubled Home books will be for sale at the event.

ReflectSpace Gallery

Glendale Library Arts & Culture

The Center for Armenian Arts

Abril Bookstore


A Troubled Home

A Book Presentation by Photographer Anush Babajanyan

In conversation with Ara Oshagan

Saturday, Feb 3, 7 pm at

The Center for Armenian Arts

250 N. Orange Street

Glendale, CA 91203

Armenian photographer Anush Babajanyan is a member of VII Photo and a National Geographic Explorer. Her focuses on social justice narratives and personal stories. She has worked extensively in the South Caucasus, Central Asia and around the world.  Babajanyan is the winner of the 2019 Canon Female Photojournalist Grant, and a laureate of the Prix Photo Terre Solidaire. She is also the winner in the prestigious World Press Photo 2023 Contest’s Long Term Projects category. Her photography has been published in The New York Times, Washington Post, National Geographic, Foreign Policy Magazine, and other international publications.


Located inside the Glendale Central Library, ReflectSpace Gallery was established in 2017 to explore and reflect on critical social justice issues of our day through contemporary art, history and archive. www.reflectspace.org

Founded in 1907, the Glendale Library, Arts & Culture Department includes eight neighborhood libraries including the Brand Library & Art Center, a regional visual arts and music library and performance venue and the Central Library, a center for individuals and groups to convene, collaborate and create. www.glendalelac.org

The Center for Armenian Arts is a leading institution dedicated to promoting and preserving Armenian art and culture. Through exhibitions, educational programs, and community outreach, the Center aims to foster appreciation and understanding of Armenian artistic heritage. www.armenianarts.com




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