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Photo book, ISBN 96-09-5 Including shipping costs: NL: EUR 35 – Europe: EUR 40 – USA: USD 53 – Australia: AUS 60 To buy, click here. Mensen maken het museum assignment and published by the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam Limited edition UNAVAILABLE 2007 Binnen is het donker, buiten is het licht photo/text book with author Dick Wittenberg Atlas, Amsterdam ISBN 978-90-450-1466-1 SOLD OUT Now available as an e Book. 21, 2016 (and a part in the Osterman Common Room Gallery, Sept. Europahuis, Amsterdam, Netherlands, in: “Europe by people,” on the occasion of the Dutch presidency of the European Union (group exhibition in cooperation with the Dutch National Portrait Gallery), January 1 – July 1, 2016 (Bureaucratics). 14 – July 1, 2016, in “Art at European Parliament; Europe by People,” group exhibition (Bureaucratics).
2005 Traces of War: Survivors of the Burma and Sumatra Railways introduction Esther Captain and Henk Hovinga personal impression by Wim Willems interviews Jan Banning Trolley Books, London ISBN 1-904563-46-5 2003 Sporen van oorlog. Louise186, Brussels, Belgium, in: TIME (group exhibition) by Fontana Gallery, March 3 – April 3.
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She was a source of warmth and inspiration to many and we are poorer and sadder now. Down and Out in the South: 23 photos, 165 x 120 cm, on dibond, unframed, with introduction and audio link. crates: 265 kg Law&Order: 18 photos on dibond, 135×100 cm (53″x40″), unframed, with introduction and captions (in 2 crates). Traces of War: Survivors of the Burma and Sumatra Railways (Sporen van oorlog. Rijksmuseum, Modern Times (selection from the museum’s collection), Amsterdam, Netherlands, November 1, 2014 – January 11, 2015 (Comfort Women).
For information on Mieke: & Exhibitions available for rent: Please contact Tina Keck, [email protected], T. Bureaucratics: 50 photos on dibond, 80×80 cm (32″x32″), unframed, with introduction and captions. crates: 190 kg Comfort Women (Troostmeisjes): 2 copies of the exhibition available, one in Europe (based in the Netherlands), the other (temporarily) in Indonesia: 18 photos 125×90 cm on dibond, unframed, with introduction and captions, plus the option of printing the Japanese War Posters. Overlevenden van de Birma- en de Pakabaroe-spoorweg): 24 photos, 90×90 cm, on dibond, behind plexiglass, unframed, with introduction and captions. Singapore International Photography Festival (SIPF), “An Ocean of Possibilities,” Singapore, October 31 – December 28, (Red Twilight).
Study of history His study can be seen in the historical components of his subject matters.
Heart2Art Schiedam, Schiedam, Netherlands, October 2 – November 2, 2014 (results of artist-in-residency: portraits of people who have been or are prominent in the city’s musical development).Aside from Dutch, Banning is fluent in English, German and Spanish, and speaks French reasonably well. ©Kim Verkade ©Jan Banning All images appearing on this site, unless otherwise noted, are copyrighted and the exclusive property of Jan Banning and may not be reproduced, copied, transmitted, manipulated, sold or any other means without his written permission.Unauthorized derivative works is also considered copyright infringement.©Jan Banning Jan Banning is a Dutch autonomous artist/photographer, based in Utrecht, the Netherlands.He was born in Almelo (Netherlands) on May 4, 1954, from Dutch East Indies parents, and he studied social and economic history at the Radboud University of Nijmegen.