This is a photo by photographer Luka Rocco.
“We are looking at a photograph by the artist Luka [Rocco], a very beautiful photograph of the city of Hamburg,” he told ABC News.
“I think this is a very good and well-preserved photograph.”
The exhibition is one of a series of exhibitions that opened this week in Hamburg.
The collection is a mixture of photographs and paintings that are part of the Museum of Art, Culture and Communication in the city.
It has been curated by the museum’s curator, Peter Wissig.
The work is from the collection of Luka’s studio.
“Luka RocCo, one of the greatest artists of the 20th century, is an extraordinary artist, a very unique artist,” Mr Wissib told ABC.
It is an exploration of humanity. “
His art is so much more than just a painting.
It is an exploration of humanity.
It was his work that first made the idea of a museum come to life in the 20s.”
The work, called The City of Light, was painted in 1933 and is believed to have been done in the studio of Lutz Lusztuski, a Hungarian artist who is now dead.
It won a Silver Medal in the International Photographic Exhibition of the Year in 2007.
In 2010, it was voted the best photograph of all time by the American Society of Magazine Editors.
The exhibition opens on Wednesday and runs until June 15.