• MIchael Wolf portrait

    Gallery artist Michael Wolf passes away at age of 64

    January 16 — January 16, 2021

    It is with great sadness that we announce the unexpected death of our longtime friend and gallery artist Michael Wolf, recognized for his work on life in cities, who passed away last Thursday at the age of 64 in his home in Cheung Chau, Hong Kong.

    The Robert Koch Gallery in San Francisco, was the first gallery to represent Michael Wolf, and did so exclusively for many years, presenting Wolf's first exhibition of his breakthrough project Architecture of Density in 2005 and later the first gallery exhibition of Transparent City in 2008. Our gallery is honored to have mounted twelve exhibitions of his work.

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  • Michael Wolf Bottrop-Ebel 76 exhibition opens at The Josef Albers Museum in Germany

    January 16 — January 16, 2021

    Michael Wolf's Bottrop-Ebel 76 exhibition opens at The Josef Albers Museum in Bottrop, Germany on February 24, 2019, and runs through May 19, 2019. The 1976 series focuses on life in a small coal mining village in the Ruhr District of Germany.

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  • MIchael Wolf installation view

    Michael Wolf Life in Cities retrospective opens at the Rencontres d’Arles

    January 16 — January 16, 2021

    We are pleased to announce that gallery artist Michael Wolf's traveling retrospective Life in Cities opens at the Rencontres d’Arles on July 3rd, 2017, and will be on view through August 27, 2017. The exhibition will travel to international institutions and is accompanied with a monograph of the same title.

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  • Michael Wolf Tokyo Compression

    Michael Wolf shortlisted for the prestigious 2016 Prix Pictet award

    January 16 — January 16, 2021

    Michael Wolf was shortlisted for the prestigious 2016 Prix Pictet award for his Tokyo Compression series. In 2010 he was also shortlisted for the Prix Pictet award for his Architecture of Density> series. The Prix Pictet aims to harness the power of photography – all genres of photography – to draw global attention to issues of sustainability, especially those concerning the environment.

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