De Volkskrant reviewer Merel Bem wrote: ‘Each subject that Banning approaches (…), the photographer dives right in with the passion of a scientist’; and ‘This investigative approach might be an explanation for the fact that the form is a direct, concentrated and controlled result from the content’ (in De Volkskrant 8-5-2010, review of ‘Comfort Women’).This academic basis can also be seen in his often conceptual approach and his regular use of the typological method (visual research in which he looks for variations within a tightly repeated form). 2008): ‘Borrowed from the methodology of science, it allows for differences to emerge within a category of similar things.’ Social focus Banning’s work always has a social focus.
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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).