The Evolution of Photographer Linda Wolf’s Career
Spanning Many Years and Many Genres
Join us on June 1st, 10:00 AM PST as ASMP-LA’s Mykle Parker asks Linda Wolf about her 50+ year career. Where did she start? What was it like as a woman? How has it evolved? Where is she going next?
Linda Wolf is a humanistic photographer known for her global portraiture which focuses on women and indigenous cultures. Over her near sixty years as an artist, she has moved seamlessly through photojournalism, fine art, street, documentary and portrait photography.
She was one of the first women rock & roll photographers. Her archival photographs are featured in documentary films, exhibited worldwide, and are collected in institutions, libraries and museums. Linda was one a hundred top global photographers chosen to participate in the book, Twenty-four Hours in the Life of L.A. and has contributed to numerous print media.
In 2014, the MacArthur Foundation invited her to document human justice stories in Mexico, and to give a key-note speech at the Oaxaca State Department of Justice, and the Tanivet Women’s Prison on the philosophy of the non-profit she founded, Teen Talking Circles.