In a remote corner of Uzbekistan, the Karakalpakistan Museum is the showcase for the best collection of Russian art outside St. Petersburg, home to the art of a nomadic people, and testament to one man’s enterprise in the Soviet era by Saidazim Gaziev NUKUS, Karakalpakistan–This is not the approach that you expect to a museum […]

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