Disruption Index: Iwan Baan – Next City

“…A serial globe-trotter who charters helicopters like most people make dinner reservations, Baan has become the most notable architecture photographer in recent years for his style of capturing not only buildings but also their urban context. It’s a more humanizing approach to a field that had previously been steeped in glamour shots. This eye for […]

Iwan Baan is now represented by Perry Rubenstein Gallery

Some of the press: Complex Art+Design: Photographer of NY Mag’s Hurricane Sandy Cover is Now Represented by Perry Rubenstein Gallery ARTINFO: Iwan Baan Crosses Over Into Fine Art at Perry Rubenstein Gallery Gallerist NY: Iwan Baan Joins Perry Rubenstein Gallery, Proceeds of Iconic Sandy Image Will Go to Hurricane Relief

The City and the Storm poster at MoMA

In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy Iwan Baan chartered the sole helicopter to take off that night and shot this cover of New York without power. We are thrilled that the MoMA decided to make the now iconic image into a large-scale poster, measuring 42 inches high by 30 inches wide. All proceeds of the poster will […]

Our new book Torre David – Informal Vertical Communities is out!

Edited by Urban-Think Tank Chair of Architecture and Urban Design, ETH Zurich – Photographs by Iwan Baan Torre David, a 45-story skyscraper in Caracas, has remained uncompleted since the Venezuelan economy collapsed in 1994. Today, it is the improvised home to more than 750 families living in an extra-legal and tenuous squat, that some have […]