Momentum of Light at the AA in London

Momentum of Light explores the interplay between natural sunlight, vernacular architecture and everyday life in the West African nation of Burkina Faso. The exhibition presents a series of images captured by Dutch photographer Iwan Baan during his travels with Burkinabè architect Francis Kéré through Burkina Faso in March 2020, during… Continue reading

Momentum of Light at Xposure Photofestival 2022 in Sharjah

Momentum of Light is shown at the Xposure Photofestival 2022 in Sharjah 9-15 February 2022 Momentum of Light – Iwan Baan… Continue reading

The Hare With Amber Eyes

The Hare with Amber Eyes tells the story of the Ephrussi family—celebrated in the 2010 memoir and The New York Times bestseller of the same name by Edmund de Waal—and showcases the breadth and depth of their illustrious collection. The exhibition, on view at the Jewish Museum from November… Continue reading

Kunstmuseum Olten: Programm / Ausstellungen / Iwan Baan

25.08. — 14.11.2021 | Parterre & Beletage Momentum of light Photography – Architecture – Art: The Kunstmuseum Olten focus on this triad with its two autumn exhibitions. We are simultaneously showing works by the internationally renowned Dutch architectural photographer, Iwan Baan (*1975), and the Swiss artist and Meret Oppenheim award winner Daniela Keiser (*1963), who… Continue reading

Exhibition ‘Dudok by Iwan Baan’ – Dudok Architectuur Centrum

In 1955 ontving Willem Marinus Dudok (1884-1974), tot op de dag van vandaag als enige Nederlandse ontwerper, de ‘Gold Medal of Honor’ van het American Institute of Architects. Op de oorkonde stond direct onder zijn naam ‘Architect of Man’s environment’, architect van de leefomgeving. Het is nog altijd een… Continue reading

Kiruna Forever – ArkDes – Sweden’s National Centre for Architecture and Design

Kiruna – a city in the northernmost part of Sweden – is experiencing one of the biggest urban transformation projects in recent history. The city is being relocated by three kilometres due to the expansion of the mine around which Kiruna was built. A third of the population… Continue reading

The Gallery Club presents: undercurrent

Photography by Roosmarijn Pallandt and Iwan Baan 6 – 8 March 2020 @ Binnenkant 17, Amsterdam The Gallery Club Dinner Friday, 6 March 2020 19.00 hrs Price: € 81 p.p. Click here to order your dinner tickets On Friday, 6 March guests will be… Continue reading

Germany: BV Doshi’s retrospective at Vitra Design Museum

What strikes you most about the works of renowned Indian architect BV Doshi is the delicate, delicious balance of modern forms with traditional norms. The first Indian to win the prestigious Pritzker Prize in 2018, the world is sitting up and taking note of his genius – a talent we… Continue reading

Charles Moore’s Sea Ranch Gets New Life at SF MOMA

If you walk into the galleries at SFMOMA anytime between now and April 28, you might just think you’ve driven too far up California’s Highway 1. The latest exhibition by the San Francisco museum’s architecture and design department, “The Sea Ranch: Architecture, Environment, and Idealism,” strives to give visitors a… Continue reading

Museum Flehite Amersfoort – Stadsbeelden

February 9 – May 19 2019 Met tentoonstelling ‘Stadsbeelden’ laat Museum Flehite ons kennismaken met het werk van acht hedendaagse kunstenaars die het thema ‘stad’ onderzoeken en vastleggen. De expositie toont werk van Iwan Baan, Stefan Bleekrode, Frank Halmans, Carlijn Kingma, Uwe Poth, Frank van der Salm, Rob Voerman en… Continue reading

What Architects Owe Photographers

A new show investigates how a simple image of a building can change the way we feel about them. Parrish Art Museum’s upcoming show “Image Building: How Photography Transforms Architecture,” an exhibition guest curated by Therese Lichtenstein about the many stories one building can tell. Through 57 works by… Continue reading

Image BuildingHow Photography Transforms Architecture March 18, 2018 to June 17, 2018

Image Building: How Photography Transforms Architecture is a comprehensive survey that explores the dynamic relationship between architecture, photography, and the viewer. Seen through the lens of historical and architectural photographers from the 1930s to the present, Image Building offers a nuanced perspective on how photographs affect our understanding of the built environment and… Continue reading