A working group of the project "Cultural heritage of Uzbekistan in the world's collections" under the leadership of a member of the Board of the World Society for the Study, Preservation and Popularization of the Cultural Heritage of Uzbekistan are working to systematize and comment on all well-known objects related to Central Asia found on the territory of Korea.
Since 2010, the World Society for the Study, Preservation and Popularization of Cultural Heritage has been working on the implementation of a large-scale project "Architectural Epigraphy of Uzbekistan", which has no analogues in the Islamic world. For the first time, work was carried out on a complete decoding of the epigraphy of historical monuments, and the publication of the data obtained in the format of illustrated book-albums.
The World Society, with the support of the international oil service company Eriell Group, is preparing a chic gift for connoisseurs of Uzbek ethnic music: the project’s working group is conducting active search and research in the audio fund of the Berlin phonogram archive of the Ethnological Museum of Germany.
In the spring of 2022, an exposition of Central Asian ceramics will open at the Museum of Asia and the Pacific.
The World Society for the Study, Preservation and Popularization of the Cultural Heritage of Uzbekistan announces the imminent release of a unique series "Masterpieces of Art of Uzbekistan", which combines albums dedicated to ceramics, art metal, artistic textiles and fine arts.
A government resolution “On measures to organize and conduct the II International Crafts Festival in the city of Qoqand” was adopted.
Assouline publishes the newest volume, which provides a compelling look into of one of the world’s most eclectic art collections that may have once been lost forever, with the title: Uzbekistan: Avant-Garde Orientalists (August 2021).
Numerous architectural monuments, medieval buildings of cult, residential and civil architecture of the late IX-early XX centuries, erected in Islamic times, tell us about the glorious past and never cease to delight historians, archaeologists, art historians and ordinary tourists.
The plans of the World Society for the Study, Preservation and Popularization of the Cultural Heritage of Uzbekistan are to create a book-album dedicated to the objects of folk applied art of Uzbekistan stored in the collections of museums in Great Britain