iwan baan: 2010 around the world the diary of a year of architecture iwan baan: 2010 around the world the diary of a year of architecture
jan 17, 2011

iwan baan: 2010 around the world the diary of a year of architecture

‘guangzhou opera house’ by zaha hadid in guangzhou, china all images courtesy villa noailles image © iwan baan

 

 

 

iwan baan ‘2010 around the world – the diary of a year of architecture’ villa noailles, hyeres, france 20 february – 27 march 2011

 

 

 

dutch photographer iwan baan has been invited by the villa noailles in hyeres, france to be the subject of a photography exposition entitled, ‘2010 around the world – the diary of a year of architecture.’ having redefined the medium of architectural photography since his unexpected entry in 2005, the winner of the inaugural julius shulman prize has captured some of today’s most important built spaces.

‘1111 lincoln road’ by jacques herzog and pierre de meuron in miami, USA image © iwan baan

interrogating the role of the photographer in the communication, documentation, and preservation of architecture, the exhibition puts on display baan’s extensive and geographically far-removed images, together providing a visual trip around the world in a series of perspectives. in addition, baan will send a photograph of his current location each week, allowing the exhibition to grow while viewers follow his process step by step.

‘teshima art museum’ by ryue nishizawa in kagawa, japan to see more images of the project, click here image © iwan baan

‘the rolex learning centre EPFL’ by SANAA in lausanne, switzerland for more images of the centre, click here image © iwan baan

‘house h’ by sou fujimoto in tokyo, japan image © iwan baan

‘knut hamsun museum’ by steven holl in hamaroy, norway image © iwan baan

‘beijing olympic stadium’ by jacques herzog and philippe de meuron image © iwan baan

‘burj khalifa’ by SOM in dubai image © iwan baan

‘metro cable’ by urban think tank in caracas, venezuela image © iwan baan

‘inner city arts project’ by michael maltzan in los angeles, USA image © iwan baan

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