A year ago, photographer Iwan Baan spent a week in Prague taking a series of photographs that have now been turned into an exhibition.
Dutch photographer Iwan Baan mainly photographs architectural subjects, but as is his wont, he does not show buildings in their surroundings or as isolated inanimate objects. Last summer, he spent a week in Prague to capture the ever-changing cityscape and buildings of the city, as well as the people who walk its streets. In order to get as many different perspectives as possible, he not only photographed the city on foot and by bike, but also took a bird’s eye view from a helicopter.
An exhibition of the photographs, called Prague Diary, has opened at CAMP and will be on display until 20 August. “I always try to get to know each new city in a very intuitive way. I try to let go of different expectations and draw inspiration directly from the place itself and the encounters that happen here,” says Iwan, encouraging visitors to the exhibition to do the same.
Source: Press Release