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Dan Bibb

The Poetry of Light


  • Foreword by
  • Steven Holl
  •  
  • Introduction by
  • Henry Smith-Miller
  •  
  • Photography by
  • Dan Bibb
  •  
  • Edited by
  • Oscar Riera Ojeda
  •  

Dan Bibb

The Poetry of Light

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  • contributors

  • Foreword by Steven Holl
  • Introduction by Henry Smith-Miller
  • Photography by Dan Bibb
  • Edited by Oscar Riera Ojeda
  • specifications

  • Size: 10.5” x 8.5”
  • Format: Portrait
  • Pages: 176
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • description

  • Dan Bibb, a native of Alaska has earned much recognition for his Landscape, Architecture, and Still Life photography. He attended The Museum School in Boston where he received The Dana Pond Painting Award and The Fifth Year Traveling Scholarship. His work has been exhibited at The Boston Museum of Fine Arts, The Museum of the City in New York, and other galleries along the East Coast. Dan has been awarded the AIGA design award for collaboration with published art directors and graphic designers on multiple occasions. These publications include numerous books by ORO editions as well as various national and international magazines. He currently resides in New York where he continues to work on his artistic endeavors. Steven Holl (born December 9, 1947, Bremerton, Washington) is an American academic architect best known for the 1998 Kiasma Contemporary Art Museum in Helsinki, Finland and the controversial 2003 Simmons Hall at MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.. In June 2007 the much celebrated Bloch Building addition to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri opened to the public. Holl graduated from the University of Washington in 1970, established his offices in New York City in 1976, and has taught at Columbia University …
  • biographies

  • Dan Bibb, a native of Alaska has earned much recognition for his Landscape, Architecture, and Still Life photography. He attended The Museum School in Boston where he received The Dana Pond Painting Award and The Fifth Year Traveling Scholarship. His work has been exhibited at The Boston Museum of Fine Arts, The Museum of the City in New York, and other galleries along the East Coast. Dan has been awarded the AIGA design award for collaboration with published art directors and graphic designers on multiple occasions. These publications include numerous books by ORO editions as well as various national and international magazines. He currently resides in New York where he continues to work on his artistic endeavors.

    Steven Holl (born December 9, 1947, Bremerton, Washington) is an American academic architect best known for the 1998 Kiasma Contemporary Art Museum in Helsinki, Finland and the controversial 2003 Simmons Hall at MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.. In June 2007 the much celebrated Bloch Building addition to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri opened to the public. Holl graduated from the University of Washington in 1970, established his offices in New York City in 1976, and has taught at Columbia University since 1981.

    Henry Smith-Miller began his private practice in 1977 following a seven year association with Richard Meier and Associates where he was a project architect for several nationally recognized architectural projects: The Atheneum at New Harmony Indiana, the Albany Mall Art Museum, and the Bronx Developmental Center. He received an undergraduate degree from Princeton University, a Masters in Architecture from the Graduate School of Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania, and a Fulbright Grant to study architecture in Rome, Italy. Henry Smith-Miller has held visiting adjunct professor positions at Columbia University, the City University of New York, the University of Virginia, the University of Pennsylvania, Harvard University, the Thomas Jefferson Professor in Architecture at the University of Virginia, and the Saarinen Chair at Yale University. He has recently taught a graduate studio with Kenneth Frampton at Columbia University. He has also served on the Board of Creative Time and is a member of the Associate Council of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

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Dan Bibb, a native of Alaska has earned much recognition for his Landscape, Architecture, and Still Life photography. He attended The Museum School in Boston where he received The Dana Pond Painting Award and The Fifth Year Traveling Scholarship. His work has been exhibited at The Boston Museum of Fine Arts, The Museum of the City in New York, and other galleries along the East Coast. Dan has been awarded the AIGA design award for collaboration with published art directors and graphic designers on multiple occasions. These publications include numerous books by ORO editions as well as various national and international magazines. He currently resides in New York where he continues to work on his artistic endeavors. Steven Holl (born December 9, 1947, Bremerton, Washington) is an American academic architect best known for the 1998 Kiasma Contemporary Art Museum in Helsinki, Finland and the controversial 2003 Simmons Hall at MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.. In June 2007 the much celebrated Bloch Building addition to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri opened to the public. Holl graduated from the University of Washington in 1970, established his offices in New York City in 1976, and has taught at Columbia University …

  • Foreword by Steven Holl
  • Introduction by Henry Smith-Miller
  • Photography by Dan Bibb
  • Edited by Oscar Riera Ojeda

Contributors Biographies

Dan Bibb, a native of Alaska has earned much recognition for his Landscape, Architecture, and Still Life photography. He attended The Museum School in Boston where he received The Dana Pond Painting Award and The Fifth Year Traveling Scholarship. His work has been exhibited at The Boston Museum of Fine Arts, The Museum of the City in New York, and other galleries along the East Coast. Dan has been awarded the AIGA design award for collaboration with published art directors and graphic designers on multiple occasions. These publications include numerous books by ORO editions as well as various national and international magazines. He currently resides in New York where he continues to work on his artistic endeavors.

Steven Holl (born December 9, 1947, Bremerton, Washington) is an American academic architect best known for the 1998 Kiasma Contemporary Art Museum in Helsinki, Finland and the controversial 2003 Simmons Hall at MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.. In June 2007 the much celebrated Bloch Building addition to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri opened to the public. Holl graduated from the University of Washington in 1970, established his offices in New York City in 1976, and has taught at Columbia University since 1981.

Henry Smith-Miller began his private practice in 1977 following a seven year association with Richard Meier and Associates where he was a project architect for several nationally recognized architectural projects: The Atheneum at New Harmony Indiana, the Albany Mall Art Museum, and the Bronx Developmental Center. He received an undergraduate degree from Princeton University, a Masters in Architecture from the Graduate School of Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania, and a Fulbright Grant to study architecture in Rome, Italy. Henry Smith-Miller has held visiting adjunct professor positions at Columbia University, the City University of New York, the University of Virginia, the University of Pennsylvania, Harvard University, the Thomas Jefferson Professor in Architecture at the University of Virginia, and the Saarinen Chair at Yale University. He has recently taught a graduate studio with Kenneth Frampton at Columbia University. He has also served on the Board of Creative Time and is a member of the Associate Council of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

  • Size:10.5” x 8.5”
  • Format:Portrait
  • Pages:176
  • Binding:Hardcover