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Tokyo Compression – Final Cut

Boeken > Kunstboeken

Michael Wolf
2017

With a text by Christian Schüle

Publisher: Peperoni Books

Language: English

Medium: Hardcover

Size: 25 x 21 cm

Pages: 120

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With Tokyo Compression, Michael Wolf struck a nerve. His portraits of people who are on their way in the Tokyo subway, constrained between glass, steel and fellow travelers, have won many awards and are shown in exhibitions around the globe. The first three editions of the book are sold out. And the topic kept haunting Michael Wolf as well. Again and again he returned to Tokyo in order to immerse in the subsurface insanity. Now with Tokyo Compression – Final Cut the fourth, completely revised edition of the classic is published, with many so far unreleased images and an entirely new 'hidden track' at the end of the book.


Before Michael Wolf, other artists have created subway series, among them famous names such as Bruce Davidson and Walker Evans. The concept as well as the metonymy of  'compression' however is much different. Michael Wolf is not interested in seat cushions, graffiti, interior architecture or the traveler’s relation to that. He rather discovered the subway system as suitable place in order to investigate mental state and aggregate condition of the city dwellers. Wolf leaves out all accessories, focuses just on faces and figures. With his radical aesthetics he creates enormously intense pictures that in a distressing, yes shocking manner directly aim into the portrayed people’s inner life. With his accompanying essay Tokyo Subway Dreams Christian Schüle delivers a gloomy diagnosis to the mass loneliness in modern megacities.

Born in Munich, Michael Wolf grew up in Canada, Europe, and the United States, studying at UC Berkeley and under Otto Steinert at the Folkwang School in Essen, Germany. He moved to Hong Ko ...Lees verder

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