52 Weeks, 52 Cities: photographies by Iwan Baan

December 8, 2013 – March 30, 2014 Solo Exhibition & Book Marta Herford Museum, Herford Germany Exhibition Tour: October 20, 2014 – December 20, 2014, ArchitekturSalon, Cologne, Germany July 8, 2015 – August 28, 2015,… Continue reading

São Paulo Biennial

The 10th São Paulo Architecture Biennale will be held from September 28th to November 24th, 2013, curated by Guilherme Wisnik, Ana Luiza Nobre and Ligia Nobre. The theme of the X Bienal is “City: ways of making, ways of using”. The aim of the X Bienal is to raise awareness regarding… Continue reading


Over the past century, electric light has revolutionised our environment unlike hardly any other medium. It has transformed our cities, created new lifestyles and working conditions, and became a catalyst of progress for industry, medicine and communication. New lighting technologies are currently bringing about profound changes in the domain of… Continue reading

Oslo Architecture Triennale – Main Exhibition

19 September – 1 December 2013 Group Exhibition Oslo Architecture Triennale… Continue reading

Torre David – Informal Vertical Communities

“Iwan Baan’s best shot: squatters at the Tower of David in Venezuela” – The Guardian Organized by ETH Zurich Department of Architecture and Urban Design, with Alfredo Billembroug & Hubert Klumpner of Urban-Think Tank, the ‘Torre David – Informal Vertical Communities’ exhibition is an adaptation and evolution of the installation on Torre… Continue reading


19 June 2013 Group Exhibition Arc en Reve, Bordeaux… Continue reading

Eastern Promises

The promise of a pioneering architecture, which is especially associated with East Asian countries, is the focus of the exhibition EASTERN PROMISES. China, Japan, Taiwan, and South Korea are currently seeing architectural and urban projects that amalgamate social awareness, ecological strategies and artistic practices in new ways. The reflection on… Continue reading

Concrete – Photography and Architecture

Switzerland is in many ways a perfect playing ground for architecture photographers: Weaving mills with loft apartments sit next to hypermodern schoolhouses, rustic chalets next to modern day factories. The compilation CONCRETE pays tribute to this genre of photography which has officially only been around for twenty years. Continue reading

Iwan Baan: The Way We Live – Perry Rubenstein Gallery

Leaf through the pages of any architecture magazine and chances are you’ll come across a photograph by Dutch photographer Iwan Baan. After just eight years in practice, Baan has set himself apart by adding a human element to the architectural works of such heavyweights as OMA, SANAA, Zaha Hadid, among others. Fresh from… Continue reading

White Cube, Green Maze: New Art Landscapes

22 September, 2012- 13 January, 2013 Solo Exhibition Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, USA… Continue reading

Torre David | Grand Horizonte – Venice Biennale 2012

June – November, 2012 Solo Exhibition Biennale di Venezia, Venice Italy “TORRE DAVID / GRAN HORIZONTE” Explores an informal and vertical community in Caracas, Venezuela at the 13th International Architectural Exhibition-la… Continue reading

Concrete Islands

Concrete Islands is a group exhibition of photography and video exploring contemporary experiences of utopian architectural projects. For many architects modernism was a physical manifestation of human progress and, as architectural historian Colin Rowe wrote in The Architecture of Good Intentions, “The architect could stipulate an intrinsic connection between the form of his buildings and… Continue reading