German photographer Michael Wolf’s started his series entitled Life in Cities in 2011. An update of his project now on view at Christophe Guye Galerie in Zürich gives an even deeper insight in Wolf’s extensive, culturally investigative and artistic work on life in mega-cities. His projects document both the architecture and the vernacular culture of metropolises. It is in Hong Kong, the city that became his home in Asia, that Wolf has found his greatest source of inspiration. His first personal project in the city, Architecture of Density (2003–14), uses the city’s iconic skyscraping tower blocks to great effect, eliminating the sky...
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