David Wolf is a devoted film photographer, making both color and black and white prints by hand in the darkroom. His photographs have been exhibited at such venues as Aperture, the Center for Photographic Art, Filter Space, the Griffin Museum of Photography, the Houston Center for Photography, the Photographic Resource Center, among many others.
A variety of private and institutional collections have acquired David’s work, including the Sack Photographic Trust of the Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco; the Santa Barbara Museum of Art; and the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln, MA. His images have been published both in print and online in such publications as Harper’s, aCurator, FlakPhoto, Fraction Magazine, and Spot.
David recently completed an Individual Artist’s Grant awarded by the San Francisco Arts Commission for his project “The After Life of Things: Discarded, Collected, Assembled,” which was exhibited at RayKo Photo Center, San Francisco in 2016-2017.