The Museum of European Culture here in Berlin will be holding an exhibition called "Comic Life" and will be showcasing some of Marko's work from his illustrious career, in his very own section of the museum. The museum describes the exhibition as:
"The exhibition “comicleben_comiclife” provides a view on the life of seven people who's life is strongly shaped by their fascination for comics and its aesthetics.
Famous illustrator Marko Djurdjevic, award-winning graphic novelist Ulli Lust, publisher Dirk Rehm, gallery owner Carsten Laqua, collector René Köhler, Manga fan Nicole S. and comics scholar Professor Dietrich Grünewald — are united by the passion for this kind of pictorial narrative. Their personal approach to different styles of comics will be presented in dedicated sections of the exhibition."
The exhibition runs from May 5th until October 28th here in Berlin, so if you're coming into town, make sure to check it out!