Photo exhibition "Family in the culture of the peoples of Eurasia. XX century" introduces the everyday and festive life of the traditional family of the early twentieth century Slavic and Finno-Ugric peoples, the peoples of the Volga region, Siberia, the Caucasus and Central Asia.
The world of family life in each people is unique and has its own traditions. The moments captured in the presented photographs give an opportunity to see the common and special in the family traditions of peoples historically linked by social, cultural, political contacts and common borders within the framework of the first Russian empire and then the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
An original chronicle of family life of the beginning of the twentieth century makes it possible to expand its knowledge of traditional cultures of peoples of different regions of the post-Soviet Eurasian space, to feel the uniqueness and uniqueness of their roots through common and special in family traditions. Only by discovering new pages from the past, we contemporaries, can not only correlate our ideas about what is happening now, but become more open and ready for dialogue even in the presence of disagreements. These are the unshakable rules on which family traditions and customs have always been kept.