A selection of Wolf’s Tokyo Compression Series photographs hang nearby,
offering a beautifully steamy and heavily populated counterpoint.
For better or for worse, the ubiquity of the camera makes everyone a photographer. It’s tempting to propose that this signals a cheapening of the art form, but as we’ve seen time and time again, it’s actually resulting in an explosion of exciting work, from a street photography renaissance to the resurgence of film photography.
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