Armenian Days: Stelina Nikoghosyan

Children sledging in the Armenian winter
A woman makes lavash, an Armenian flatbread recently added to the UNESCO list of intangible cultural heritages, is an ever-common part of Armenian culture.
Women hang stringed cheese to dry in the sun.
“They remember everything”
“Future soldiers of Armenia” Boys stand at a bus stop in Jermuk. All Armenian males between the ages of 18 – 27 must take part in 2 years compulsory military service. The majority of men are sent to the conflicted region of Nagorno-Karabakh.
“Life in the village”
A young girl prepares to sing at a concert held on Armenia’s day of independence.

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Stelina Wolf Nikoghosyan is an Armenian documentary photographer based in Yerevan. She has been a freelance photographer since 2010 as well a volunteer with several NGOs including the Russian-Armenian Youth Alliance. She attended the Artashes Maritosyan photography course in Yerevan and studied at the MediaLab Art School.

You can view Stelina’s portfolio here. You can also her work on Facebook.


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