10/05/2018 to 22/07/2018
High level international photography is once again in the spotlight at Fondazione Stelline with Life in Cities, the first major exhibition devoted to Michael Wolf ever held in Italy, the German artist and photographer who developed his talent under the guidance of master Otto Steinert at the Folkwang School in Essen and at Berkeley University in California.

Life in Cities, honored at the latest edition of Les Rencontres d’Arles, is a retrospective exhibition praising the relationship between human density and urban architecture.
On display are 150 works from 6 of his most famous series: from the most recent, Paris Rooftops (2014), to his most renowned series Tokyo Compression (2010-2013), from Informal Solution (2003-2014), Architecture of Density (2003-2014), and Transparent City (2006) dedicated to the complexity of modern cities, up to the early works.
Michael Wolf’s focus zeroes in on the relationship between the city’s social structure and its architecture. His shots and projects seize the traces of human density amidst the complex structures of urban landscape, as in his Paris series where the rooftops linger on the borderline between realistic representation and abstraction.
The exhibition, curated by Wim van Sinderen and Alessandra Klimciuk, was produced by Fondazione Stelline in partnership with Fotomuseum Den Haag / The Hague Museum of Photography.

1 lecture, 5 talk, 2 workshop

from May 23 to June 28, 2018
1 lecture, 5 talks, 2 workshops to deepen the themes posed by the exhibition Life in cities by Michael Wolf.
Each event, curated by Giulia Zorzi / Micamera, offers insights on the representation and life in the city with a special editorial selection at Stelline bookshop.
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May 10 - July 22, 2018

Tuesday – Sunday | 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
The ticket office closes half an hour earlier

Full ticket € 8

Concession € 6 children (from 6 to 18 years), students (26 and under with ID), over 65, disabled visitors, military and city police officer (with an identification document)
Card members: ARCI, CREVAL, Centre Culturel Francais, ENI Polo Sociale di Gruppo, FAI, FieraMilano, GETFIT, MiCamera, Milan Id Card, TOURING, radiomamma.it

Group € 5 (min. 15/max. 30 pax)

Free children under 6 years, 1 teacher for each student group (15/25 pax), 1 tourist guide for group (min.15/max. 25 pax), journalists (with a valid document stating the professional job activity), 1 carer of disabled, ICOM members (whit card), Abbonamento Musei Lombardia (whit card), tourist guides with professional licence.

Catalogue “Michael Wolf. Works” (Peperoni Books, 24.5x30cm, 296 pages, more than 400 color and B/W images, English texts, € 50).