Andre Bato Corp
The resort town of Coronado, California has long been defined by its grand victorian hotel built in 1888, military base housing the U.S. Navy’s Pacific Fleet, wide-sand beaches, and old-world mansions; a stepford-esque island paradise. Between California’s state-wide shelter in place on March 16th, 2020 to its first reopening on June 1st, Los Angeles-based photographer Nathan Bouton roamed Coronado from bay to beach documenting the year-round residents and off-season tourists trapped on the island. Quarinado explores American ideals, virtues, and criticisms in response to the COVID-19 pandemic; set against an idyllic California coastal landscape.
7.5 x 7",
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