Armenian Sculptor Takes Part In International Symposium Held In Turk

ARMENIAN SCULPTOR TAKES PART IN INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM HELD IN TURKEY

Noyan Tapan
Oct 22, 2007

YEREVAN, OCTOBER 22, NOYAN TAPAN. Hayk Tokmajian, an Armenian sculptor,
as well took part in the third international symposium of scultors
held in Arkara between September 17 and October 20. 12 sculptors
from seven countries out of 130, who have sent applications for
taking part in the symposium, have been elected. As Hayk Tokmanjian
mentioned at the press conference held on October 22, the sculptors
have sent the sketches of their works in advance in order to take part
in the symposium. Afterwards, they made the elected works on the spot
within a month. The Armenian sculptor introduced his "White Horse"
work to the Turkish society.

According to Hayk Tokmajian, he was honored with a hearty reception
there.

"No political issues were touched upon, we talked only about art,"
he mentioned. In the words of Hayk Tokmajian, art knows no boundaries,
therefore artists should cooperate in any case.

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