Russian journalist-photographer Sergey Polivec announced opening of World Religions international project.
- Russian-Italian Marche Fano includes Armenia in World Religions project
August 1, 2011 - 17:38 AMT
PanARMENIAN.Net - Russian journalist-photographer Sergey Polivec
announced opening of World Religions international project.
From July 26 to August 9, 2011, in the framework of the project, one
of four planned expeditions to Armenia started, including Andrey
Gribenyuk, Armen Jagaryan and Sergey Polivec.
The team is in Yerevan for shooting an album Armenia from the cycle of
World Religions global international project. The Master and the team
will visit historical and spiritually valuable places of Armenia, a
state with a-thousand-year history. The meeting with the Catholicos of
All Armenians Karekin II is planned.
Rostov-na-Donu Marche Fano union is the organizer of the
photo-project. The goal of the project is to show spirituality,
architecture, uniqueness and culture of the world religions through
The project is calculated for 5-7 years and covers all available and
known religions of the world. Upon completion of each project a photo
album including top professional photos with partners’ logotypes and
advertising agencies info will be issued. The project stipulates
highlight on orthodox Christianity, catholic Christianity, religion
and culture of ancient and contemporary Armenia, on islam, buddhism,
iudaism and hinduism.
Large-scale photo-exhibitions are also planned in Europe, U.S.,
Australia and countries of Asia and East.
The project is being implemented under the aegis of the head of
Novonakhichevan and Russian Eparchy of AACh, Bishop Ezras Vartkes
Artsruni, People's Artist of USSR Armen Jigarlhanyan, President of
international foundation to the memory of A.Babajanyan Ara Babajanyan,
and other famous personalities.