Ryuji Miyamoto


In 1995 an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.2 struck the city of Kobe and its vicinity. Ryuji Miyamoto's photographs show Kobe as it was just after the earthquake - buildings suspended in time before being demolished are visibly straining, buckled and warped. On view from March 9th, 2010 at Amador Gallery in New York's midtown.

Ryuji Miyamoto - Mitsui Trust and Banking Building, San-no-miya, Chou-ku 1995. Gelatin Silver Print, courtesy of Amador Gallery

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