Stephen Wolf explores the connection between our perception and the social constructs that define our world, via themes of identity, commodity, media, and popular culture. Wolf examines the power generated when we recognize the moral and ethical values implied by our everyday choices. He employs juxtaposition and free-association to build layers of meaning, using appropriation as a strategy to question the culture of consumerism and commodification.
Wolf earned a BFA from California College of the Arts, and an MFA from UCLA. He lives and works in Los Angeles.
1994   "Look for Small Miracles" [Solo] Hoboken Gallery, Hoboken, NJ
2016   "Circus Venice" [Solo] Angaelica Art Space, Washougal, WA
2019   "Truthiness" [Group] Lois Lambert Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
International Center of Photography, NYC
BFA, California College of the Arts, Oakland
MFA, University of California, Los Angeles