Current exhibitions

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Pride and Passion. Male Portraits and Images from the Mogul Era (1526-1858)

Between the 16th and 19th centuries, men in Indian painting were depicted as powerful, proud, and...
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Museum für Islamische Kunst at Pergamonmuseum

The Museum of Islamic Art is situated in the south wing of the Pergamonmuseum. Its permanent...
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Upcoming exhibitions

First installation of the Mshatta Facade in the Kaiser-Friedrich-Museum (now Bode-Museum) in 1904. Its presentation in a low-ceilinged ground-floor gallery was a compromise. The spectacular new accession sparked the establishment of a 'Persian and Islamic

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Mshatta in focus. The Jordanian desert palace in historical photographs

The richly decorated façade of the early Islamic desert palace of Mshatta was presented as a gift...
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Past exhibitions

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Damascus and Aleppo - cities at risk

Hand-drawn pictures from the perspective of the pedestrian and two large drawings from a bird's eye...
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Fascinated by Blue and White

Long before the European obsession for Chinese porcelain began, the attractive high-fired wares...
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Head of a Man, 1st century BC - 2nd century AD, Qaryat al-Faw

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Roads of Arabia

Saudi Arabia's archaeological heritage is currently on show in Europe, in the exhibition 'Roads of...
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Pithos from DAI digs at the Urartian fortress of Bastam, 8th c. BCE

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Tehran 50.

Tehran 50 celebrates the foundation of the Tehran Department of the German Archaeological Institute...
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Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, untitled, 2003

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From Medina to the Jordanian Border

In the run-up to our major exhibition, 'Roads of Arabia. Archaeological Treasures from Saudi...
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A Collector's Fortune

Known around the world as the ‘Keir Collection’, Edmund de Unger’s collection of...
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