In total, more than 1,500 works were exhibited, the bulk of which had not been exhibited before. The objects of art of the Caucasus and Central Asia, the Far East, Southeast Asia, the Near and Middle East, Central Asia and Africa are demonstrated.
The works of decorative and applied art of the peoples of Central Asia, the Caucasus and North Asia of the XVIII - XX centuries are presented. You can get acquainted with ceramics from various art centers of Uzbekistan, Mountainous Tajikistan, the Caucasus and Transcaucasia. Carved Central Asian wooden chests, tables, Bukhara screen, as well as household wooden utensils from Dagestan and Ossetia, are noteworthy. The exhibition contains objects of applied and folk art, made by masters of India, Nepal, Central Asia, Iran, Turkey, Africa. The art of the countries of Southeast Asia - Vietnam, Indonesia, Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia and Laos is widely represented. There are numerous examples of Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Far Eastern art.