Michael Wolf: The man who found beauty in megacities
BBC News – 24th April 2019:
‘Hong Kong’s imposing, densely-packed tower blocks have long been a symbol of its housing crisis, which has seen tens of thousands of families in the region crammed into tiny homes.
But photographer Michael Wolf managed to find moments of beauty in the buildings that populated his adoptive home – without shying away from the harsh realities of life for the people inside.
Wolf died in Hong Kong on 24 April, at the age of 64.
He was best known for his 11-year project Architecture of Density, for which he took photos of Hong Kong’s residential blocks and cropped them so tightly that they felt even more compact.’
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