National Art Gallery explores the complicate transformations in the sphere of visual arts in the socio-cultural life of post-Soviet Armenia. Gerald, an art critic from Armenia, is determined to push painting toward a distinctly Armenian, yet evolving, aesthetic influenced by the Soviet Fine Arts School. To do so, he attempts to beat the artists of Yerevan into submission.
This collection of 55 poems called A Pilgrim’s Progress, was written over a 15-year span during the period when American poet Diane Martin moved to St. Petersburg, Russia, and then on to Sansepolcro, Italy, with sojourns in numerous other countries.
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