A series of Bas Princen taken with an ALPA camera is part of the actual exhibition at the Met Breuer.
ALPA-Photographer Bas Princen and artist Luisa Lambri present their work at the Met Breuer Museum in New York. "Breuer Revisited" is an exhibition of new architectural photographs of four iconic buildings designed by Bauhaus architect Marcel Breuer. The event has opened at February 1 and runs until May 21, 2017.The four subjects of the exhibition are Saint John's Abbey Church in Collegeville, Minnesota, the UNESCO headquarters in Paris, the IBM research center in La Gaude, France and the Met Breuer building itself, which was finished in March 2016. "Lambri and Princen’s photographs offer two distinct views of how Breuer's monumental modernist buildings, constructed in the 1950s and 1960s, exist today", the Metropolitan Museum states on its website.Bas Princen's photographs at the exhibition are all taken with an ALPA camera. He also works with different equipment on other projects, like his latest book about "The Construction of an Image". The book has been launched at the end of April in London.The Met Breuer945 Madison AvenueNew York, NY 10021Phone: 212-731-1675Closed MondayTuesday–Thursday: 10 am–5:30 pmFriday and Saturday: 10 am–9 pmSunday: 10 am–5:30 pmLinksWebsite Metropolitan Museum of ArtWebsite Bas Princen