1964 Born in Gyumri, Armenia
1994 Graduated from Yerevan State Academy of Fine Arts
Aram Hakobian is a member of Artists’ Union of Russia
His works are kept in private collections in Armenia, Russia, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, USA, Korea, France etc..
1988 Exhibition of young artists, Yerevan, Armenia
1989 Exhibition of young artists, Yerevan, Armenia
1997 Exhibition of young artists, Yerevan, Armenia
1990 Exhibition dedicated to 75-th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide
1992- 1994 Permanent participant of exhibitions in the Gallery “Style”, Jerusalem, Beirut
1999 Artists’ House of Armenia, Yerevan, Armenia
2001-2004 Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
2005 Cultural center of the Armed forces of Russia, Moscow, Russia
2009 “City-N”, Dresden, Germany
2010 Gallery “Art- Dresden” Constance, Germany
2012 “Artists of Russia for clear water” exhibition, Art museum of Sochi, Sochi, Russia
2013 10th Anniversary of Arame Art Gallery, Yerevan, Armenia
2013 Selected Art Works, Beirut, Lebanon
2013 Artists' Union of Armenia, Yerevan, Armenia
2013 "Sensual Revelations", Beirut, Lebanon
2013 Dresden Art Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2014 "Beauty in the Palm'', Beirut, Lebanon
1991 Merkurov Museum Gyumri, Armenia
2009 Gallery “Fifth house” Russia
2009 “Moscow Vernissage” Moscow, Russia
2012 Gallery “Satellite” New York, USA
2012 Dresden Art Gallery Moscow, Russia
Since 2012 Aram Hakobian's artworks are permanently exposed at Arame Art Gallery, Yerevan, Armenia.
Positive Art of Aram Hakobian
The paintings of Aram Hakobian can be compared to open windows, which lead to another, much more colorful and joyful world. A world, where there is no time, only the state. Precisely the state of soul is what the artist aspires to convey in his works, be they landscapes, still-lives or abstract compositions. The peculiar combination of colors is the artist’s main tool in the creation of such a positive atmosphere, that one just can’t help returning to his paintings again and again.
One can find in his works remote motives of Saryan, others of Kandinsky. Both are among his main teachers. But it is impossible to deny that Aram Hakobian has created his own unique, independent style which successfully combines the artist’s own talent with the best traditions of Armenian and Russian painting, and makes him unmistakably recognizable among many others.