by Herman Avakian September. 14, 2016 736 views

Joseph Brodsky:

“Strangethings they are, faces of poets. In theory, authors' looks should be noconsequence to the readers: reading is not a narcissistic activity, neither is writing, yet the moment one likes a sufficient amount of a poet's verseone starts to wonder about the appearance of the writer. This presumably, hasto do with one's suspicion that to like a work of art is to recognise the truth, or the degree of it,that art expresses. Insecure by nature, wewant to see the artist, whom we identify with his work, so that the nexttime around we might know what truth looks like in reality.”

These words are the key to my VisualPoetry photo project

Visual Poetry book

Buy in bookstores in Yerevan:


Noyan Tapan

Art Bridge

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