The artist established the principles of this precious relationship in his lifelong work. In it is reflected the sculptor's human and artistic belief in the necessity of a bond with family and friends. He also confirmed the identical artistic and human profile in this sphere. It corresponds to the meaning of the words of Antoine de Saint Exupèry who says that "friends are the family we choose ourselves ..." and Ján Kulich confirmed in his life that even "the family are friends."
As a part of the exhibition, visitors were able to look into the more intimate spheres and inspirations of Kulich's work, influenced by the environment in which he grew up and which significantly shaped his work. These include portraits of his closest family: parents, wife, children or grandchildren from different periods and stages of their life. An important part of the exhibition were medals, the creation of which was inspired by the world in which Ján Kulich was born and raised. The theme of the family also includes the motif of the Madonna, which could be encountered in the works of the Madonna of Poľana, Palms and Pieta. During the presentation of the important world of the author's work, the gallery did not omit the portraits of his friends, with whom he was connected not only by his work or love of fine arts, but also by passion for Slovak folk culture and its musical and artistic expressions.
An important part of the exhibition was a selection of works by Mária Medvecká, a representative of Slovak realistic impressionism, and 16 paintings by Koloman Sokol, the founder of modern Slovak graphics of the 20th century.