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Hong Kong's Vernacular Culture Through Pictures
Sarah Rich, 25 May 06

Michael Wolf is a German photographer who has been living in China for ten years, documenting culture via photography. Last year he showed his series entitled "The Architecture of Density," in New York, and he's just released a new series called "100x100" -- 100 shots of 100 rooms, each 100 square feet (10x10), in Hong Kong's oldest public housing building.

Both slideshows are mesmerizing. Wolf's cultural exploration of Hong Kong fills a new book from Thames and Hudson entitled Hong Kong: Front Door/Back Door -- "a humanistic tribute to the ingenuity of city-dwellers."

via: Fabrica

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