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The Paintings of Arthur Pinajian

The Paintings of Arthur Pinajian

Arts and Culture

Description

An exhibition of rare works on paper and canvas featuring Artur Pinajian's mid-century abstractions and late lyrical landscapes.

When

Opening night reception: Saturday, April 1, 7-10pm

Additional viewing hours:
Friday, March 31, 4-10pm
Saturday, April1, 12-4pm
Sunday, April 2, 1-4pm

Where

St. Illuminator's Armenian Cathedral, John Pashalian Hall, 221 E. 27th Street, New York City, NY St. Illuminator's Armenian Cathedral, John Pashalian Hall, 221 E. 27th Street, New York City, NY St. Illuminator's Armenian Cathedral, John Pashalian Hall, 221 E. 27th Street, New York City, NY

Admission

Free Admission

Organizers

The Armenian Relief Society of Eastern USA

Event contact info

ARS of Eastern USA: 616-926-3801 or email arseastus@gmail.com
Sonia Bezdikian 917-679-6992 or email: soniabezdikian@gmail.com

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