Sasha Wolf Projects, New York, NY, USA
Sasha Wolf Projects, a private art space run by Sasha Wolf, represents emerging and mid-career fine art photographers. Wolf works to place her artists in important private and public collections, to edit and support their various book and magazine publications, and to curate and support their exhibitions.
Wolf reviews and judges work numerous times per year for leading art institutions and fairs, among them Photo NOLA, International Center for Photography, School of Visual Arts, The New York Times, Women in Photography, Daylight, Look 3, and NY Photo Festival. She also conducts artist’s workshops on professional practices and working with galleries for various universities and associations around the country, including Columbia University MFA, School of Visual Arts MFA, Photo NOLA, Look3, and Aperture Foundation.
Additionally, Wolf is always available for individual consultations with photographers, in person or via Skype. Sasha has been a private dealer, gallery owner and back again, since 2002. Prior to her work in the fine art photography world, Sasha was a writer, director and producer in the film and television industries, and an award winning short filmmaker. Her last film, Joe, was nominated for the Palme d'Or du court métrage at Cannes and has screened all over the world.
Sasha Wolf is interested in straight photographs, made in camera, and in process work such as photograms and chemograms. She is particularly interested in work made in and of the material world. She is NOT interested in reviewing photo-journalism, fashion, computer generated work or computer made abstractions. Not because she doesn’t like this work, but because it is not her area of expertise. Wolf’s focus as a reviewer is on general critique, advanced project development, and career guidance.