Dom Hans van der Laan
This characterful limited edition print celebrates the Light Lines: The Architectural Photographs of Hélène Binet exhibition at the Royal Academy. In the photograph, captured during a visit to Saint Benedict Abbey monastery on a spring day, Binet combines spatial and architectural elements to present a beautiful scene, contrasting light and dark.
Published specially by the RA Editions programme in a limited edition of 40, each print is signed and numbered on the reverse by the artist and presented in a portfolio.
|Dimensions||50 x 40cm|
|Fabric & material||Digital Print|
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Dom Hans van der Laan, Saint Benedict Abbey, Mamelis, Netherlands, 2000/2021
"Two windows allow light to enter the Abbey, creating two characters. They could meet on a surface but actually, the space between the two windows doesn't allow the encounter. They will be eternally dancing and reflecting on each other, to the extent that one looks like the shadow of the other.”
Hélène Binet is a photographer renowned for making images that express an intimate experience of architecture. Her studies are not only a representation of her subject but a distinct re-staging of a building, in relation to a specific time and its surroundings.
The RA Editions programme generates valuable revenue for the RA and in particular the RA Schools.
Please note: purchases of this Edition are limited to one per purchaser or household, subject to availability. Any purchases which exceed this limit will be treated as void. Should we subsequently discover that any such void purchases have been fulfilled, we reserve all rights against the purchaser, including the right to require return or onward delivery and compensation for any damage or loss.