As the second phase of the International Art Symposium in Osh in August 2006 and concluded with an exhibition in Bishkek in February 2007. The symposium aimed to assemble contemporary artists who have spent recent years reflecting the condition of society in transit countries. These transitory life-ways are especially noticeable in high mountainous societies. This sort of South Pole serves as a melting pot in which many distinctive cultures and ancient religions have been brewing together for centuries to form a region where social problems have come to a “boiling point. Low quality of life, unemployment, socio-economic instability, depopulation of village areas, criminalization, child labor exploitation and human trafficking are some of the forces that are directly or indirectly connected to the strong motivations leading to migration.