"Gaspar Gasparian, when exploring the plastic aspects of the city landscape, was one of those pioneers who introduced and consolidated the modern photograph in Brazil. The clipping of the constructions, the posts, the stones of the cobbled streets and any other objects he found during his wandering through the city, were transfigured under his look by the simple incidence of the natural light. Gasparian devoted himself to one of the most valued and peculiar aspects of the photograph: creating while walking, letting himself be only taken by the intuition. (Cristiano Mascaro, photographer)
"Gaspar Gasparian is an admirable exponent of the Pictorialism late entrance in Brazil, which had already been depleted as a style by either the European vanguards or the North American photograph. The Pictorialism was an aesthetic reply to the principle of Baudelaire, when the poet and critic refers to an absence of the authorial subjectivity in the photograph. Beyond Pictorialism and as a style of a strong presence in photo clubism, what is surprising in Gaspar Gasparian's photographs is the influence of the modern photograph in unusual angles and geometric constructions with light and shades in urban environment and, here we can find one of the most updated dialogue aspects with the vanguards aesthetic of the time"(Fernando de Tacca, photographer and professor at the Department of Multimedia, Media and Communication of the Institute of Art of Unicamp - University of Campinas).
"He was a great friend, who photographed the big city. A person, whose kindness and generosity were completely unusual in a photo club. (Thomaz Farkas, photographer, movie maker, cinematographer and entrepreneur).
"We were colleagues in the photo club and years later we found out our families have been friends for a long time. We grew up together in the same street of Brás (a São Paulo district). I've became the official photographer of Gasparian's family. A kind and friendly person" (German Lorca, photographer)