Cool! Unfortunately, I can't make it. Last time I was there was in 1986 and the bullet holes from WWII were still visible on the outside of the building (which in itself was interesting to me). Wish I could go back there.
Congratulations for having your work shown in such a prestigious avenue.
congratulations lukas. sounds like a very exciting exhibition. I would also be very interested to know how this opportunity presented itself.
I checked out your website and really enjoyed your work. I especially like your cyanotypes at night; they're beautiful and work exceptionally well as cyanotypes.
Thank you for the congratulations. Pictures are hanging since yesterday, and I was quite happy seeing them there.
As for the opportunity, I just went there and asked, bringing with me a few examples of my prints (nearly all of the prints exhibited now, however, I made specially for this occasion). My images engage themselves, as I stated, with a Muslim context, and I had seen before that the Museum of Islamic art inside the Pergamon Museum had changing photographic exhibitions in the starcase moving up to it from the department of the ancient orient. So I thought to give it a try.