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Past exhibitions

Shadi Ghadirian, Qajar #3, detail, 1998
© Shadi Ghadirian, courtesy of the Silk Road Gallery

Pergamonmuseum
Capturing Iran’s Past
Fotokunst – PhotoArt – هنر عکاسی

07.11.2019 to 26.01.2020

Enzyklopädie des Qazwini: Personifikation des Planeten Mond, I. 9493 fol. 29
© Museum für Islamische Kunst, Foto: Martina Müller-Wiener

Pergamonmuseum
Qazwini
Global Images – Images of the World 750 Years Ago

16.08.2019 to 27.10.2019

Mughal school, Emperor Akbar riding his favourite elephant, detail, 1609–1610, opaque watercolour and gold on paper
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Museum für Islamische Kunst / Christian Krug

Pergamonmuseum
Elephant Stories
Miniature Paintings from Mughal India

14.06.2019 to 11.08.2019

The Umayyad Mosque of Damascus, overlooking the sea of houses of the historic Old City, the entirety of which is recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
© Issam Hajjar, 2007

Pergamonmuseum
Cultural Landscape Syria
Preservation and Archiving in Times of War

28.02.2019 to 26.05.2019

Zsanett Szirmay, Soundweaving 1.0, Vienna 2014
© Sándor Fövényi

Pergamonmuseum
Soundweaving 7.0 – Pergamon Edition
The Sound of the Carpets

27.10.2018 to 07.01.2019

Sechseckige Fliesen mit Blüten und Ranken
aus dem Fort Kalan Kot bei Thatta/Pakistan, 17. Jh.
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Museum für Islamische Kunst / Johannes Kramer

Pergamonmuseum
The Colours of Sindh. Architectural Decor and Historic Photographs from Southern Sindh

19.10.2018 to 10.02.2019

Façade of the caliph’s palace of Mshatta in the Pergamonmuseum
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin / David von Becker

Pergamonmuseum
Islamic Cultures

Permanent exhibition

Interactive panel on the history of the game of chess between North Africa and Europe
© Marlene Kettner

Pergamonmuseum
Trans-cultural Relations, Global Biographies – Islamic Art?

Permanent exhibition

Caucasian dragon rug from the 16th century
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Museum für Islamische Kunst / Teßmer

Pergamonmuseum
Dream and Trauma
Reopening of the Carpet Rooms in the Museum für Islamische Kunst

Permanent exhibition