Ara Oshagan

Oshagan has photographed extensively in Nagorno-Karabagh, culminating with his book, Father Land (powerHouse, 2010). Since 1995, Oshagan has been photographing survivors of the Armenian Genocide, a project that includes oral history and is called The Genocide Project. Working with photographer Levon Parian and a team of oral historians, this work was exhibited at the Downey  Museum of Art in 1999. Oshagan's work is in the permanent collection of the SouthEast Museum of Photography in Daytona Beach, Florida, the Downey Musuem of Art in Downey, California and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Yerevan, Armenia.

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