About US-american photographer, Rosalind FOX SOLOMON
Rosalind FOX SOLOMON is celebrated for her portraits and connection to human suffering, ritual, survival and struggle. Her work has been shown in nearly thirty solo exhibitions and one-hundred group exhibitions, and is in the collections of over fifty museums worldwide. Rosalind FOX SOLOMON is based in New York City.
Photo books by as well as with works by Rosalind FOX SOLOMON
- 'Aperture 105: The Dream of India' (1987); 'Earth Rites: Photographs from Inside the Third World' (1987); 'Portraits in the Time of AIDS' (1988); 'Chapalingas' (2003); 'Polish Shadow' (2006); 'Them' (2014); 'This Place' (2014, together with works by Frédéric BRENNER, Wendy EWALD, Martin KOLLAR, Josef KOUDELKA, Jung-jin LEE, Gilles PERESS, Fazal SHEIKH, Stephen SHORE, Thomas STRUTH, Jeff WALL as well as by Nick WAPLINGTON); 'Got to Go' (2016); 'Liberty Theater' (2018); The Forgotten' (2021);