Michael Wolf is a NYC area artist working primarily in sculpture and installation. Michael’s recent shows include a solo exhibition at the Sculptors Guild Gallery in DUMBO, Brooklyn, and Currently 80 at Westbeth Gallery that also includes work by Loiuse Nevelson and Chaim Gross. His most recent architectural installation was the inspiration for the exhibition Sanctuary at the Orlando Museum of Art. Other exhibition highlights include Guggenheim Museum curator Katherine Brinson selecting Michael’s work for an exhibition at the Viridian Gallery in Chelsea and internationally know sculptor Willie Cole selecting Wolf’s work for an exhibition at the George Segal Gallery. Wolf received individual fellowship grants from the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation and the NJ State Council of the Arts. He received the Power of Art award, personally presented to him by Robert Rauschenberg, at the East Wing of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. He has been an adjunct professor at William Paterson University and Kean University.