Michael Wolf in the Permanent Collection of The Rijksmuseum
Michael Wolf, Architecture of Density 119, Chromogenic Print Mounted to Archival Substrate
Michael Wolf, Industrial 01, Chromogenic Print Mounted to Archival Substrate
The Rijksmusuem in Amsterdam recently acquired two pieces for their permanent collection by internationally renowned photographer, Michael Wolf. Images and artwork details shown above.These images are from two of Wolf's iconic series', Architecture of Density and Industrial, which highlight the density of the urban landscape in Hong Kong.
Michael Wolf's work is held in many permanent collections around the world, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Brooklyn Museum, New York; San Jose Museum of Art, California; Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago; Museum Folkwang, Essen; German Museum for Architecture, Frankfurt.
His work has been exhibited internationally in locations such as the Venice Biennale for Architecture; Aperture Gallery, New York; Museum Centre Vapriikki, Tampere, Finland; Museum for Work in Hamburg, Germany; Hong Kong Shenzhen Biennial; and the Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago.
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