Exhibitions

 

Exhibitions available for rent: Please contact Tina Keck, mail@tinakeck.de, T. +49 7731 9756809.

Bureaucratics:
50 photos on dibond, 80×80 cm (32″x32″), unframed, with introduction and captions.
Weight excl. 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.
2 crates (140 x 111 x 27 cm excl. wheels each); Total weight: 80KG.

Down and Out in the South:
23 photos, 165 x 120 cm, on dibond, unframed, with introduction and audio link.
Weight excl. crates: 265 kg

The Face of Poverty (Malawi):
48 photos, 60×60 cm, on dibond, unframed, with introduction and captions.

Traces of War: Survivors of the Burma and Sumatra Railways (Sporen van oorlog. Overlevenden van de Birma- en de Pakabaroe-spoorweg):
24 photos, 90×90 cm, on dibond, behind plexiglass, unframed, with introduction and captions.

 

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS, upcoming and present

    • 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).
    • European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium, Jan. 14 – July 1, 2016, in “Art at European Parliament; Europe by People,” group exhibition (Bureaucratics).
    • Les Ateliers de Couthures, France, July 29-31, 2016 (Law&Order screening).
    • CODA Museum Apeldoorn, Netherlands, Sept. 4, 2016 – Jan. 22, 2017  in group exhibition What Remains (Down and Out in the South).
    • Centraal Museum, Utrecht, Netherlands, Sept. 9 – Nov. 27, 2016 (Law&Order).
    • Duderstadt Gallery, Ann Arbor (MI), USA, Sep. 28 – Nov. 2016 (Bureaucratics).
    • Tilburg University, Netherlands, Spring 2017 (Law&Order).
    • Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, The Hague, Netherlands, in: Wonderkamers, permanent exhibition (Bureaucratics).

Selected Exhibitions, past:

Banning’s work has also been exhibited in numerous group shows, including the Zomerexpo 2011 in the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag (The Hague, the Netherlands, 2011), The Art of Photography Show (San Diego, CA, USA, 2009), The Peace Museum (Chicago, IL, USA 2009), the Angkor Photo Festival (Siem Reap, Cambodia, 2009), The National Library of Scotland (Edinburgh, UK, 2007), The Dorsky Gallery (Long Island, NY, USA 2006), Noorderlicht (Leeuwarden, The Netherlands, 2006), Fotofestival Naarden (The Netherlands, 2005) and the 2004 World Press Photo exhibition (worldwide).