M E S H A K A I   W O L F




BORN

Covelo, California - 1979
Lives and works between New York City and Berlin

EDUCATION

Emory University – 1997 - 2001
            B.A., Philosophy and Spanish
Atlanta College of Art – 2000
            Alternative Photography and Screen-printing
New York Film Academy – 1999
            Directing and Documentary filmmaking

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

New Street Gallery, Decatur, March - June, 2008
            Meshakai Wolf: Feedback, multi-channel video installation and prints
Tatistcheff Gallery, New York City - November 4 - 30, 2006
            Found in Atlanta, large-scale color photographs (catalogue)
City Gallery East, Atlanta - May 3 - June 12, 2004
            Macro, 16 piece photographic mural
Aurora Gallery, Atlanta - October 1 - 28, 2003
            Micro, 8 individual polaroids

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

Kreuzberg Pavillon, Berlin, Germany - January 30, 2016
            Sometimes it Takes Hours to Disappear, one-of-a-kind inkjet print
SPEKTRUM, Berlin, Germany - December 31, 2015
            Marathon 2015, audio/visual performance
Kreuzberg Pavillon, Berlin, Germany - December 5, 2015
            Pool Side of Town, custom-printed towel and photographic installation
AssemblyStudio, New York City - October 6 - 30, 2015
            Minerals, Pulls and Compositions, prints, paintings, video installation
Neue House, New York City - December 10 - 28, 2014
           Polaroids
Train Gallery, Perugia, Italy - December 6 - 22, 2012
            The Vinyl Show II, original work on vinyl records (catalogue)
58 Gallery, Jersey City, NJ - October 6 - 31, 2009
            Masks of God, large-scale polaroid print
Kaverna Gallery, Decatur, GA - March, 2008
            Courants Sous Marins (Undercurrents), ink prints on watercolor
Museum of Contemporary Art, Atlanta, GA - May, 2007
            Art Benefit Pin-up Exhibit
New Street Gallery, Decatur, GA - March, 2007
            The Vinyl Show, original work on vinyl records
City of Atlanta Public Art, Atlanta - April 4 - September 30, 2005
            Art in Freedom Park: public installation, road signs (catalogue)
Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta - 2004
            So Atlanta, large-scale color photographs
Eyedrum Gallery, Atlanta - 2004
            Conversations with the Contemporary Figure, video installation

FILMS

House of Dengbêj, 3 mins., 2015
        Premiered on Jungles in Paris
The Dictionary, 6 mins., 2015
        Premiered on Nowness
Flames of God, 62 mins., 2011
            Margaret Mead Film Festival, Museum of Natural History, New York City
            Freiburger Film Forum, Germany
            CIMMFest, Chicago, USA
            Motovun Film Festival, Zagreb, Croatia
            Flahertiana International, Perm, Russia
            Pravo Ljudski Human Rights, Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina
            DokuFest, Prizren, Kosovo
            VIVISECTfest Human Rights, Novi Sad, Serbia
            Rolling Film Festival, Pristina, Kosovo Winner Best Documentary
Gussie, 50 mins., 2006
            Provincetown International Film Festival, Provincetown, USA
            Boston Jewish Film Festival, Boston, USA
            Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, Missoula, Montana, USA
            Magnolia Film Festival, Mississippi, USA  Winner Best Documentary

PUBLICATIONS

Squares: Self-Similar, 2016
            240 pages, 120 images, 60 cm x 60 cm
Truckers, 2009
            Mark Batty Publisher, black and white photographs
The Open Face Sandwich, 2008
            Literary journal, eight fold-out color photographs





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