Gold Rush California/NZ

Gentaro Ishizuka — July 11–August 29, 2020

Gentaro Ishizuka Born in 1977, he is a photographer.

In this exhibition, Ishizuka focused on one theme: the gold rush.

Its history began in the state of California in 1848, when people lured by the dream of striking a gold mine scrambled to the state, drastically changing the American economy and demography as a result. Later on, ambitious frontiers who sought to make a fortune traveled all over the world, altering landscapes as they explored their way.

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Gentaro Ishizuka

Gentaro Ishizuka Born in 1977, he is a photographer.

His style of keeping shooting his own landscape all over the world with specific motifs such as pipeline, glacier, gold rush, etc., also referred to as a conceptual documentary, is a topical event that crosses between documentary and art It raises its own image against topics.

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