The art show shining a light on Armenian identity and collective memory


Last time we caught up with Live Wild Collective, the seven visionary artists – who make up the all-female collective – spoke about the urgency of fighting for “education, for human intelligence, for genuine feelings”. Live Wild Collective has now transferred this fight for social justice to the Centre for Armenian Heritage in Valence, France, where two members of the art collective, Lucie Khahoutian and founder Camille Lévêque, have conceptualised, executed and curated an exhibition exploring Armenian identity, cultural heritage and collective memory.  

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Source: It’s Nice That