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Asya Haroutunian

Asya Haroutunian is Swiss-Armenian self-taught painter, who was born in 1980 Yerevan, Armenia. Asya graduated from Webster University Geneva, Switzerland with Outstanding MBA Student Award and has over 18 years of experience in Corporate Finance. In 2016 she started painting as a hobby, but very soon painting became an integral part of her life. In 2020 she had her first solo exhibition “Reflections”, which she dedicated to her late mum's 70th anniversary. During the second lockdown, she began series of acrylic pouring paintings. The acrylic pouring technique has a lot of mystery in it. The process from the moment of pouring till the paint gets dry resembles “Wonderland”, one sees the transformation which to some extent is out of his/her control. 


2018 - "Armenian Art & Wine in Arth", Arth, Switzerland

2019 - "Armenian Art" under the high patronage of Armenian Embassy in Switzerland, Zug, Switzerland

2020 - first solo exhibition "Reflection", Arts Crossroad Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland

2021 - Online Exhibition "Wonderland"

2021 - July: Group Exhibition  "Soul of Silence" Zug, Switzerland

2021 - August: Swiss Art Expo 2021Zurich, Switzerland

2021 - December: Group "Christmas Exhibition" Zug, Switzerland

2022 - February: Group Exhibition "Look from a Far" Luzern, Switzerland

2022 - June: Group Exhibition  "Look from Armenia" Zug, Switzerland

2022 - October: International Art Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland


2022 - Christie's Education online courses:

Press release:

2018 - RIGIPOST -  Nr. 34 Thursday 13 September18 - "Interesting look at Armenia"

2021 - PRESSTEXT - "Artist Asya Haroutunian shows her new series of acrylic pouring  at SWISSARTEXPO in Zurich

2022 - FINE ART DISCOVERY  - Arts Crossroad Gallery, Switzerland

Asya Haroutunian - Arts Crossroad Gallery founder

"Painting as such is a process of reflection, by all means of this word. All my paintings are eventually the result of my reflections or, if you wish, they reflect my state of being", says Asya Haroutunian the Founder of Arts Crossroad Gallery 

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