Synonym title “The World’s Most Islamic Art Exhibit Will Open In Pilsen” article The World’s Largest Art Gallery Pilsner Art Exhibit (pictured) will open next week in the German city of Pilsener, as well as its sister city of Hamburg, Germany, for an exhibition dedicated to Islamic art.
The exhibition, which will be held in Pilsens city center for an October 1 opening, will feature more than 100 Islamic artworks, according to a statement released by Pilseners art gallery.
The exhibition is set to debut the new “Islamic Art Exhibition” which will feature Islamic art from around the world, said the statement, which was released by the Pilsners art gallery in Berlin on Monday.
It will feature the work of Muslim artists and collectors and will also be the first time that a Muslim art exhibition has been held in Germany.
Pilsens Islamic art gallery director, Jurgen Reimer, said that the exhibition will be “a first step in a long process” to build a “great Islamic art exhibition in Palsen.”
The world’s biggest art gallery Pilsninger Art Exhibit, which opened in Pulsene, Germany last year, is the largest Muslim art gallery and a partner in the exhibition.
It is currently being used as a hub for the “World’s Most Muslim Art Exhibition.”
The exhibition, titled “Islamic art in the 21st century,” will feature work from Islamic art in museums, galleries and other public spaces across the globe.
The Islamic art exhibited in the PILSE exhibition is the world first, Reimer said.PILSE was founded in 2009 by the German Islamic Cultural Council (FOC) and is headed by Imams Ahmad Mowasri, Abdul Aziz Ahmad and Abdul Azim Khan.
The PILS gallery opened in 2015 in Punsen, Germany with an overall opening budget of 100 million euros ($111.6 million), and the PALS gallery was founded by the Muslim Council of Germany in 2015.PALS will be open from October 1 to December 31.
The show will include the work from the Islamic art community, Reimers said.
The artists will be represented by artists from Germany, Austria, Russia, Turkey, Lebanon, Morocco, Pakistan, and Qatar.
Palsens art gallery is currently the only Islamic art collection in Pelsens city and is the second largest in Germany, behind Pilsers city center.