Exhibition
«Women of the Caucasus in Photographs, Paintings, Sculpture, and Graphics» 

In 2003, the World of the Caucasus Foundation has realized a unique cultural-educational project: an art exhibition ''Women of the Caucasus in Photographs, Paintings, Sculpture, and Graphics''. It was implemented under the auspices of the Moscow City Government's Interregional Relations and National Policy and Culture Committees, and involving the Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The exhibition was shown twice in Moscow (at the New Manezh in 2004 and 2006) and in Rostov-on-Don (2004) and highly acknowledged by lay visitors and professionals. 
Over 500 rare photographs, etchings, and drawings of the late 19th - early 20th centuries from the museums of Moscow, St Petersburg, Caucasus were were complimented by works of modern photography, sculpture, and painting, creating a special space where the past and the present could meet. The original artistic design of the exhibition created by artist Rashit Safiullin and distinctive music of the Caucasus played in the background all helped a viewer to get deeply immersed in the atmosphere of the Caucasus. Among the exhibits were the works of famous masters of the past: Yermakov, Barkanov, Vestli, Raul, Yeremeyev, Luarsabov, Prince Gagarin, and others. 
The exhibition made possible for the audience to get the idea of the richness of national traditions, costumes, and everyday life of the Caucasian women. It unfolded the evolution story of the notion of the woman, of her role and place in the world of traditional cultures of the Caucasus during the century. 
Walking through the gallery of portraits of the Caucasian women, their faces and costumes, one could discover the image of the Woman of the World and her great role in the continuation and sustainment of life. In this, we see the important positive impact of the project that united people of different cultures, nationalities, and religious creeds around fundamental values. 
In 2009, an artistic album of photographs Women of the Caucasus in Photographs, Paintings, Sculpture, and Graphics was published by the Foundation, based on the exhibition.