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"Michael Wolf is a photographer. For more than 40 years. He looks back on an amazing career. As a photojournalist, as a freelance photographer and for nearly 20 years now as an artist. More than 25 books have been published only in the past 10 years, including worldwide successes as Architecture of Density, Tokyo Compression and A Series of Unfortunate Events. Works that have been exhibited worldwide and have won many prizes.
In July 2017 the first major retrospective took place at the festival in Arles. The show was then presented at The Hague Museum of Photography, further venues will follow.
MICHAEL WOLF WORKS is the big book with excerpts from all the important works from more than four decades.
- Informal Solutions
- Architecture of Density
- 100 x 100
- Hong Kong Corner Houses
- Magazine Stories
- The Real Toy Story
- Real Fake Art
- Tokyo Compression
- Google Street View
- The Transparent City
- Paris Rooftops
- Bastard Chairs
A grandiose book, much more than just a catalog or a compilation. With more than 400 pictures, as well as texts by four authors on 296 pages, it illustrates how the different series, photographed in Bottrop-Ebel and Hong Kong, Chicago and Paris, Tokyo and Dafen, on Google Street View and in China, have developed over the decades to a multifaceted but consistent work of a major artist. From the beginnings during his studies and the work as a photojournalist to the artistic works of the last 20 years."
Texts by Marc Feustel, Jan-Philipp Sendker, Wim van Sinderen and Michael Wolf in English only.
We are now offering copies of the second printing of this book.
296 pages - Hardcover
Format : 24.5 x 30 cm
New - Mint condition
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.Temporarily out of stock. This title should be available again some time in May; please feel free to contact us to request a copy. Publisher's presentation: "This book has been published before as part of the two-book set Hong Kong Inside Outside, which is completely sold out. Now Architecture of Density comes in a new edition as a stand alone book....
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