The Way We Live: An Exhibition of Iwan Baan's Photographs

Highlights from architecture photographer Iwan Baan's oeuvre are currently on display at the Perry Rubenstein Gallery in Los Angeles. The exhibition, titled The Way We Live, features over a dozen projects, including Baan’s blockbuster photograph of a dark lower Manhattan after Hurricane Sandy that appeared on the cover of New York magazine. Click through the slide show for a sampling of Baan’s projects, which range from Toyo Ito's Mikimoto Ginza 2 building in Tokyo to Torre David, a skyscraper-turned-settlement in Caracas, Venezuela. The exhibition runs through April 13.

March 14, 2013
Image © Iwan Baan/Courtesy of Perry Rubenstein Gallery, Los Angeles

Iwan Baan, Dubai #1, 2010, Digital C-Print, 48 x 72 inches


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