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Edgar Papazian
Portland, OR

Scaleless: Approaching the Armenian Genocide

An exploration of themes (written and visual) applied to the creation of a museum for Washington D.C. dedicated to exposing the Armenian Genocide of 1915-22, a historical event whose factuality is currently denied by the descendants of the perpetrators.

Digital printing, museum board cover. 65 pages. 8.5 x 8 x .75 inches. 2005. Edition of 10. $375.

To purchase, please contact Laura at 23 Sandy Gallery.

Please note. This book is bound on demand and may take a few weeks for completion. We will confirm turnaround time upon order.

Artist Biography

Edgar Papazian was born in St. Etienne, France and grew up on Long Island in New York. He holds a Bachelors of Art in Architecture from Columbia University and a Masters in Architecture from Yale University, where he won the Drawing Prize and the James Gamble Rogers Scholarship.

Edgar has developed a professional specialization in design, detailing, and delineation of institutional cultural projects. He has worked with the architects Cesar Pelli and Associates, 1100 Architect, Ogawa/Depardon, the Polshek Partnership (The William Jefferson Clinton Presidential Center, The New York Hall of Science), and most recently with SANAA and Gensler (The New Museum of Contemporary Art). He has taught architectural design in the schools of architecture at Portland State University, Pratt Institute and the New Jersey Institute of Technology and has been a guest critic at Columbia University, Yale University, University of Oregon, Parsons School of Design, the City University of New York, N.J.I.T., and Pratt. He currently resides in Portland, Oregon and practices architecture with his firm Doon Architecture LLC.


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