Iwan Baan Captures New York After the Storm in This Stiking Series

By: Alexandra Serrano - Published: • References: iwan and dezeen
Architectural photographer Iwan Baan has captured iconic imagery that depicts the aftermath of hurricane Sandy.

New York, known for being both a cultural mecca and a vibrantly diverse metropolis, was left in the dark by the devastating effects of hurricane Sandy. This photo series delves into a distinct depiction of the scene as the city recovers from the mass damage that resulted in blackouts and flooding.

The imagery is highly captivating as Iwan Baan chose to pay close attention to the contrast between New York on the light and in the darkness. Baan succeeds in displaying a set of captures that both document and evoke emotion. These juxtaposing motifs made for photos that shed light into the hardships of urbane residents.