Naoki Ishikawa: Capturing the Map of Light on This Planet

Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery

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Naoki Ishikawa (b. 1977) is an accomplished mountain climber who trekked from the North Pole to the South Pole at age 22 and scaled the world’s seven highest summits by age 23. He continues to travel the globe, photographing its people and places with an ethnological eye. His photography and film works includes the series “Polar” capturing the lives of people in the Arctic, “New Dimension” documenting the remains of prehistoric murals around the world, “Corona,” an account of the islands of the Polynesian Triangle, and “K2,” an expedition to the world’s second-highest peak on the far-western edge of the Himalayas. This exhibition surveys the career of this intrepid adventurer and offers new ways of seeing our planet through his unique lens.

[Events]
In Conversation: Daido Moriyama and Naoki Ishikawa
Date: Feb. 9 (Sat) 14:00-15:30
Place: Tokyo Opera City Bldg. 7F Auditorium
Admission: Free with purchase of exhibition ticket. Tickets given out from 11:00 on day of the event at the gallery entrance. Please arrive at the Auditorium by 13:40.

Talks by Naoki Ishikawa
Dates: Feb. 3 (Sun) 15:30–16:30, Mar. 9 (Sat) 15:30–16:30
Location: Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery
Admission: Free with purchase of exhibition ticket.
Please see the official website for event details.

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Schedule

from January 12, 2019 to March 24, 2019
Open until 20:00 on Fridays and Saturdays. Closed on Feb. 10 (Sun).

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Naoki Ishikawa

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