HAYP POP UP street art project, Yerevan.
"Noumeda created a site-specific art piece in Armenia for HAYP Pop Up Gallery in a public location at Victory Park thanks to the support of Zeitun Municipality.
The wall painting was a public performance that took place last Saturday, April 25th from 2pm to 8pm in the company of dear friends, curious wanderers and art lovers who gathered under the sun with some drinks and snacks to see her creative process in action."
by Anna K. Gargarian, HAYP ARMENIAN POP UP GALLERY in YEREVAN
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