Michael Wolf was born in 1954, in Munich, Germany and died on April 24, 2019.
He was a German artist and photographer
He resided and worked in Hong Kong and Paris.
Wolf’s work focused on daily life in big cities.
He was the winner of the first prize in the Contemporary Issues category of the 2004 World Press Photo competition for his work in several types of factories for an article in Stern.
Wolf was brought up in the United States, Europe, and Canada.
Wolf went to the North Toronto Collegiate Institute and the University of California, Berkeley.
In 1976, Wolf earned his degree in visual correspondence at the University of Essen, Germany, where he considered with Otto Steinert.
During 1994, he started his profession as a photojournalist, going through eight years working in Hong Kong for the German magazine Stern.
He once expressed that a decrease in the magazine business prompted photojournalism assignments getting to be “idiotic and exhausting.”
During 2003, Wolf chose to work just on compelling artwork photography ventures.
Wolf passed at 64 years old in Cheung Chau, Islands District, Hong Kong.