For the first time in its five-year history, the project "Cultural Heritage of Uzbekistan in the Collections of the World" published a separate volume on artifacts of the cultural heritage of Uzbekistan from the private collections of the United States and Canada, revealing for itself and its readers all the variety of American collections of Uzbek heritage.
On 16-31 July, a delegation of Uzbekistan, headed by Deputy Prime Minister Aziz Abdukhakimov, in the videoconference format, took part in the expanded 44th session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee (WHC). The event took place in Fuzhou (China) in a "hybrid" mode.
One of the largest and most expensive treasures in the history of mankind, the Kushan gold, was found on the territory of Afghanistan. Today it is kept in the collection of the National Museum.
Since 2018, a permanent exposition of the Gallery of Uzbekistan Sarcetakis, numbering over 300 exhibits, has been opened to the public in Greece - hitherto, there has never been a museum in Hellas where the art of Uzbekistan would be presented so fully.
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.
The State Hermitage hosted the grand opening of the “Reserve gallery of Central Asian art monuments of the II-XIX centuries from the Hermitage funds. From India to China”.
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.