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Bas Princen


Bas Princen is an artist and photographer, living and working between Rotterdam and Singapore. He studied industrial design at Design Academy, Eindhoven and Architecture at Berlage Institute, Rotterdam. His work is focused on hurban landcsape, researching forms and imaginaries of the changes within urban spaces. Among his most recent exhibitions: Constructing Worlds, Barbican Art Gallery, London 2014; Room of Peace, Arsenale Monditalia section, 14 Venice International Architecture Biennale, Reservoir, deSingel, Antwerp 2011; Five Cities, Depo, Istanbul 2010; Refuge, Storefront for Art and Architecture New York 2010; Invisible frontier, AUT, Innsbruck 2008; Nature as Artifice, Kroller Muller Museum, Otterloo and Aperture Foundation, New York 2009; Spectacular City, Nai, Rotterdam, 2006, Venice International Architecture Biennale in 2004 2006, 2010 and 2012. He published the books Artificial Arcadia (010 Publishers, 2004), Rotterdam (Witte de With Publishers, 2007), Galleria Naturale (Linea di Confine, 2008), Five Cities Portfolio (SUN Publishers, 2009) e Reservoir (Hatje Cantz, 2011). In 2004 he won the Charlotte Kohler prize as one of the most significant young Dutch artist. In 2010 he was awarded the Silver Lion atVenice Architecture Biennale for his work in collaboration with Office Kersten Geers David van Severen.