Max Wolf has been acknowledged, exhibited and published internationally in presentations, publications, international group and domestic solo exhibitions out of New York, Milan, Rome, London, Los Angeles, Barcelona, Berlin, Istanbul, Tehran, and Miami among an array of cities spanning four continents as an emerging purveyor of perspective on visual artistry “recalibrat[ing] fashion portraiture’s traditional framing” through collections of distinct photographic imagery and intriguing audiences with works that “punch far above their weight [with reference to their ambition]”. Wolf has been curated by the editorial team at Vogue Italia to their coveted Photo Vogue platform on several dozen occasions, applying their visual storytelling in service of the definitive aesthetic of the editorial giant. Wolf has been recognized generously by the editorial staff at VSCO, the signature interview detailing their artistic process having been published last year; prior to this, a 2019 interview commentary regarding depictions of juxtaposing paired imagery were published in a prior article for VSCO by Kendal Kulley after Wolf demonstrated a dense history of staff curations to select collections on several dozen occasions. Alchemy, a virtual abstract photography exhibit, was covered in press and inducted into several digital art galleries subsequent to its 2020 release; Tutti noi, a project tackling the shrouded waves of grief and solidarity at the onset of the coronavirus pandemic received induction into several platforms tackling the subject, including those detailed in press for VICE, i-D Italy, Conde Nast Traveler, VICE UK, Vogue Italia, CBS, MSN, VICE Spain among an array of others. Bief (2021), dictating Wolf’s embattlement with long term ailments resulting from the novel coronavirus, was published on several platforms in advance of its international group exhibition in Rome this summer with Millepiani. Max Wolf was inducted into the digital portfolio of Milan-based Iconic Artist in 2020 and 2021, demonstrating the imminence of their impact on the main stage of thought-provoking, contemporary photography.