Tajikistan: In the Land of Rivers of Gold. Exhibition comments Таджикистан – страна золотых рек: комментарии к выставке
The exhibition presents unique archaeological finds from the middle of the 4th millennium BCE to the 11th century. Here you can see wall paintings, sculptures, coins, silver and gold finds, jewellery, ceramics, wood carvings, and plaster and epigraphic heritage.
На выставке представлены уникальные археологические находки начиная с середины IV тысячелетия до н. э. до ХI века н.э. Здесь можно увидеть настенные росписи, скульптуры, монеты, серебряные и золотые находки, украшения, керамику, резьбу по дереву и гипсу и эпиграфическое наследие.
Institute of Art Studies of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan, caal technical specialist After graduating from the 1st Tashkent Law College Zilolazoda worked at the Republican Centre of Forensic Examination named after H. Sulaymanova under the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan. However, she was drawn to museum studies and upon receipt of the Alisher Navoi State Scholarship she completed a BA and is now completing an MA in museology, conservation, restoration and storage of historical and cultural objects at Kamaliddin Behzod National Institute of Arts… Read More
on museums – all sorts
Spent the winter break helping my father downsize from a large house to a condo. This combined with my recent move from the US to the UK has caused me to think about the material culture which matters most and which we chose to journey with. Neither my father nor I (in my London shoebox) have space for the accumulation of 60 years of marriage or of inheritances and souvenirs of lives well-travelled and well lived. We both must, without sentimentality, carefully curate the objects we most identify as representations of a… Read More