//…Ara Oshagan…//
Father Land
website: http://araoshagan.com/
“My father died in June 2000. My last memory of him is seeing him in a hospital bed. My first, of a man hunched over a desk, writing. Sometime in the late nineties, my father and I decided to embark on a project about the unrecognized region of Karabagh: a remote Armenian region that we had hardly even heard of before its precipitous rise to the world stage as the first nationality conflict of the collapsing Soviet Union. A place that was part of our distant fatherland, where our… ”
– Ara Oshagan

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//…Ara Oshagan…//
Father Land
website: http://araoshagan.com/
“My father died in June 2000. My last memory of him is seeing him in a hospital bed. My first, of a man hunched over a desk, writing. Sometime in the late nineties, my father and I decided to embark on a project about the unrecognized region of Karabagh: a remote Armenian region that we had hardly even heard of before its precipitous rise to the world stage as the first nationality conflict of the collapsing Soviet Union. A place that was part of our distant fatherland, where our… ”
– Ara Oshagan