Copy and Mastery

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Die Ausstellung „Kopie und Meisterschaft“ im Buchkunstkabinett des Pergamonmuseum ist der Kunst der Nachahmung gewidmet. Gezeigt wird eine Auswahl von Miniaturmalereien und Kalligraphien, die unter der Herrschaft der islamischen Moghulkaiser (1526–1858) in Indien entstanden sind.

Die Ausstellung illustriert das breite Spektrum des Kopierens, das von der Vervielfältigung berühmter Vorbilder bis zu ihrer gezielten Abwandlung reicht. Schwerpunktmäßig werden drei Themenfelder vorgestellt:

  • Kopieren als Bestandteil künstlerischer Ausbildung
  • Kopieren im Werkstattbetrieb
  • Kopieren als kreativer Dialog

Eine Ausstellung des Museum für Islamische Kunst

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During the current stage of renovations, the hall containing the Pergamon Altar is due to remain closed to the public until 2019. The north wing and the gallery of Hellenistic art are also affected by the closure. The South Wing of the Pergamonmuseum, featuring the Market Gate of Miletus, the Ishtar Gate and Processional Way from Babylon, and the Museum of Islamic Art, remains unaffected and is open to the public during this time.
At the moment the finds from Uruk and Habuba Kabira as well as the rooms with babylonian and ancient iranian monuments are not accessible to the public.

Please note that due to construction and the high volume of visitors, longer waiting times may be experienced.

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The exhibition Copy and Mastery in the Pergamonmuseum’s Buchkunstkabinett is devoted to the art of imitation. On display is a selection of miniature paintings and works of calligraphy which were created in India under the rule of the Islamic Moghul emperors (1526–1858).

The exhibition illustrates the broad spectrum of copying activities, from the reproduction of famous originals to their deliberate modification. Three themes are highlighted:

· Copying as a component of an artist’s training

· Copying as a workshop activity

· Copying as creative dialogue

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