Only original works of art are displayed in the exhibition. They include sculptures, painting, textile, graphics, glass, installations, and objects. A great variety of materials and techniques is used in creating the works of different genres which reflect each artist’s individual style and personal approach.
The exhibition is adapted for partially and completely blind people. The exhibits and the architecture of the exhibition are formed by the principles of tactile interaction in order to meet special needs and expectations of the blind.
All works can be touched with hands and “read” with fingers. The surface of the works contains a relief structure: paintings are created by using thickly textured paint; clichés with engraved pictures are used instead of graphic prints; dominating in the exhibition are sculptures and objects as they are the most suitable for tactile perception; all labels are made in Braille. Besides the sense of touch, the sensations of hearing and smell are also involved: the exhibits have sound installations and spread fragrances.