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Lloyd Wolf

Arlington, home studio

Lloyd Wolf: Birds on a Wire Jerusalem
Lloyd Wolf: Creation 3
Lloyd Wolf:  Street Man
Lloyd Wolf: Window - Abiqui NM

Lloyd Wolf is an award-winning photographer with work included in the Corcoran Museum of Art, the Library of Congress, the Museum of Jewish Heritage, American University of Cairo, and in over 100 national and international exhibitions, including 50 solo shows. Documentary projects include coverage of a prison drug-rehab unit, the Moroccan Jewish community, the March of the Living in Poland, Holocaust survivor couples, and "Grandma's House" - a program for HIV-positive babies. He collaborates on “Jerusalem Stories,” a reconciliation program for Jews and Palestinians, with poet Sherri Shunfenthal on “Circles Within Circles,” and is chief photographer for the Columbia Pike Documentary Project. "Washington's Other Monuments," on homemade street shrines to violence victims was featured in the Washington Post Magazine and NPR. Books include Jewish Mothers: Strength Wisdom Compassion, Jewish Fathers: A Legacy of Love and Facing the Wall. Americans at the Vietnam Memorial. He has taught at George Mason University, Shepherd College, to homeless youth in DC, immigrant teenagers in Arlington VA, and served as artist-in-residence for the Havurah Institute and the JCCA Maccabi Artsfest.

Main website:
Street shrines / Washington Monuments:
Columbia Pike Photographic Documentary Project:
Phone: 703-998-5328
Cell: 703-231-6452