The exhibition, Shigeru Ban: Humanitarian Architecture, on view at the Aspen Art Museum (AAM) Colorado through October 5th, will be included in the Prospect New Orleans Biennial, where it will be on view from October 25th, 2014 through January 25th, 2015.
Beginning with his pioneering designs for United Nations refugee shelters in the mid-1990s, Pritzker Prize-winner Shigeru Ban has devoted himself to humanitarian efforts in the wake of some of the most devastating natural and manmade disasters of the past two decades.
The exhibition highlights vital elements of this inspiring component of the architect’s practice in a rare visual survey of his humanitarian projects to date and includes the rarely seen original drawings and humanitarian design models.
Title exhibition “Shigeru Ban: Humanitarian Architecture”
Where: Aspen Art Museum (AAM), Colorado.
When: through October 5th, 2014
Where: Prospect New Orleans Biennial, Prospect.3: Notes for Now.
When: from October 25th, 2014 through January 25th, 2015.
Paper Log House (Cebu, Philippines, 2014).
Cardboard Chatedral Christchurch (New Zeland, 2013).
Paper Log House (Kobe, Japan, 1995).
Paper Emergency Shelter for UNHCR (Rwanda, 1994/99).