Monographs & Catalogues

Got to Go, Published by MACK, 2016. 144 pages, 79 tritone plates.

THEM, Published by MACK, 2014. 144 pages, 56 tritone plates.

Polish Shadow, Published by Steidl, 2006. 80 pages, 60 tritone plates.

Chapalingas, 464 pages with 204 photographs by Rosalind Solomon, includes essays by Susanne Lange, Ingrid Sischy and Gabrielle Conrath-Scholl. Co-published by Steidl, Göttingen, Germany and Die Photographische Sammlung / SK Stiftung Kultur, Köln, Germany. 2003 (English, German and French.)

Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, California, 1986, Earthrites, Arthur Ollman

The Grey Gallery and New York University Study Center, New York, 1988, Portraits in the Time of AIDS, Thomas Sokolowski

Museo de Arte de Lima, Peru, 1996, El Peru Y Otros Lugares, Peru and Other Places, Natalia Majluf and Jorge Villacorta

Bilbao Bizkaia Kutxa, Bilbao, Spain, 1993, Desconnections

Etherton Gallery, Tucson, Ariz., Rosalind Solomon, Photographs 1976-1987

Ikona Photo Gallery, Venice, Italy, 1982, Rosalind Solomon, Peru, Ljerka Mifka

The Corcoran Gallery, 1980, Rosalind Solomon: Washington, Jane Livingston

United States Information Service, 1984, Rosalind Solomon: India, Will Stapp

Print, Radio & Web

Gradhiva revue d'anthropologie et d'histoire des arts, numero 23, page 19 – 2016

Salmagundi Magazine, "The Photographs of Rosalind Fox Solomon", Hilary Reid, Spring – Summer 2016

The Guardian, "Ageing party girls and pint-sized beauty queens – in pictures", March 2016

The New Yorker, "Rosalind Fox Solomon, Inward and Out", Katie Ryder, March 2016

PDN, "Girl Gone", Conor Risch, March 2016

Vice Netherlands, "Absurde foto's van een 85-jarige fotograaf", February 2016

Slate, "A “Tragicomedy” Made Up of Childhood Texts and Decades of Photos", David Rosenberg, February 2016

Refinery29, "A Life Well Led: The Photography Of Rosalind Fox Solomon", Gillian Orr, February 2016

GUP Magazine, "Got To Go", Greg Andruszczenko, February 2016

Huffington Post, "A Visit With Photographer Rosalind Fox Solomon, Seeker Of The Bizarre And The Beautiful", Tara Wray, February 2016

TIME LightBox, "This Photographer Is Challenging Society’s View of Women", Caroline Smith, February 2016

The New York Times, "Capturing Human Moments Amid Chaos in Israel and the West Bank", Roberta Smith, February 2016

The New York Times, "For 12 Photographers, an Anxious Gaze on Israel and the West Bank", Arthur Lubow, February 2016

Image Magazine, "Got to Go", February 2016

Wallpaper, "Rosalind Fox Solomon has 'Got to Go'", Tom Howells, February 2016

Another Mag, "Rosalind Fox Solomon: My Life in Photographs", Maisie Skidmore, January 2016

Camera, 100 photographies pour la vie – Attentats du 13 november 2015, Hors-serie- decembre 2015

The New York Times, T Magazine, "At Paris Photo, a Wide-Ranging Mix", November 2015

TIME, "9 Things to See at Paris Photo", November 2015

The Guardian, "The portraits that told the truth about AIDS", November 2015

Aperture Magazine, "Rosalind Fox Solomon", Francine Prose, Fall 2015: Interview Issue

ArtNews, "PS1’s Sprawling ‘Greater New York’ Show Broadens Its Purview, With Mixed Results", Andrew Russeth, October 2015

Conscientious Photo Magazine, “Photobook Reviews (W02/2015),” Jörg M. Colberg, January 2015

The New Yorker Photo Booth Blog, “Fourteen Photo Books of 2014,” Amy Connors, December 2014

Le Monde, “’This Place’ 12 Eyes of Photographers on Israel,” October 2014

The New Yorker Photo Booth Blog, “Rosalind Solomon’s Portraits from Israel and the West Bank,” Thea Traff, September 2014

 A Photo Editor, “This Week In Photography Books: Rosalind Fox Solomon,” Jonathan Blaustein, September 2014

Hotshoe Magazine, “Portfolio: THEM,” Gregory Barker, September 2014

Moors Magazine, “Them by Rosalind Fox Solomon,” August 2014

Camera Magazine, “La sélection,” Vince Aletti, August 2014

The Independent on Sunday, “Photography: ‘Them’ by Rosalind Fox Solomon,” June 2014

Get Addicted To, “Them by Rosalind Fox Solomon,” Peter Nitsch, June 2014

Center for Creative Photography, “Rosalind Solomon, Jumping Off Place: How My Life Animates My Work,” May 2014

Art Daily,“Bruce Silverstein presents a rendition of Rosalind Solomon’s ‘Portraits in the Time of AIDS’,” July 2013

The New Yorker Photo Booth Blog, “Photographing the AIDS Epidemic,” Alex Hanini, July 2013

Visual AIDS, “I Didn’t Know What To Do After The AIDS Project. It Was So Intense,” Ted Kerr, July 2013

New York Arts Exchange, “Rosalind Solomon: Portraits in the Time of AIDS, 1988,” Beth S. Gersh-Nesic, July 2013

The New York Times, “Portraits in the Time of AIDS, 1988,” Holland Cotter, July 2013

Wall Street Journal, “The Revelations of Domestic Lives,” Richard B. Woodward, July 2013

The Harlow, “Portraits in the Time of AIDS, Rosalind Solomon,” July 2013

Time Out New York, “Portraits in the Time of AIDS, 1988,” Joseph R. Wolin, July 2013

The New Yorker, “Goings On About Town,” July 2013

20Minutos, “‘Retratos en el tiempo del sida’, cuando el VIH era sinónimo de muerte y destierro,” Helena Celdrán, July 2013

OUT, “Reliving ‘Portraits in the Times of AIDS, 1988′,”Andrew Belonsky, July 2013

Feature Shoot, “Rosalind Solomon’s Fascinating Portraits,” Carolyn Rauch, June 2013

ISO Magazine, “Rosalind Solomon: Looking in, Looking Back, Going There,”  Julia Cage, September 2012

Marie Claire Spain“A Mi Manera,” Coché Echarren, November, 2010

Look Underfoot, “A Woman I Once Knew: Screening in NYC,” Susana Raab, July 2010 Art History, “Rosalind Solomon Reinvented, Again,” Beth Gersh-Nesic, June 2010

The New Yorker, “Rosalind Solomon Ritual,” June 2010

591 Photography Blog, “Rosalind Solomon,” Rhonda Prince, June 2010

reliquum : remainder, what is left, leavings, “Rosalind Solomon Ritual,” John Jacob, May 2010

New York Times Lens Blog, “Rosalind Solomon’s Singular Journey,” Susana Raab, May 2010

Look Underfoot, “Rosalind Solomon’s Singular Journey (extended),” Susana Raab, May 2010

Too Much Chocolate, “Sunday Showcase: Rosalind Solomon,” Jake Stangel, February 2010

Art in America, Edward Leffington, December 2008

The Archive 35, Center for Creative Photography, October 2008

Modern Painters, Lyra Kilston, June 2008

The New Yorker, Vince Aletti, April 7, 2008

Earning Her Wrinkles: Rosalind Solomon at Silverstein Photography, Walking Off the Big Apple, Teri Tynes, March, 2008

FM4, “Interview with Rosalind Solomon and Ed Templeton” November 2, 2006

Der Standard, November 8, 2006

Falter, 8 November, 2006

Parnass “Lichtempfindliche Zeiten,” Nicole Scheyerer, November, 2006

Wiener Zeitung, “Immer Probleme mit den Putzfrauen,” Brigitte Borchhardt-Birbaumer,  November, 2006

Krone, “Amerika, so wie es wirklich ist,” Erwin Melchart November 3, 2006

Kurier, Henriette Horny, November 3, 2006

Format, “Im Bilderrausch,” Gerald Sturz, November 2006

Four Questions for Rosalind Solomon, Michael David Murphy on 2point8, October 2006

Ray, “Westward the Pictures,” November 2006

Wien live, October 2006

Photo District News, Vince Aletti, July 2006

Monthly Photographer, “Fashion and Portraits,” Korea, July 2006

The New York Times, Ken Johnson, May 12-26, 2006

The New York Times, “Art and Architecture,” Randy Kennedy, May 7, 2006

The New Yorker, May 29, 2006

Saint Anne’s Review, Summer/Fall 2004

Village Voice, “The Best Photo Books of 2003,” Vince Aletti, January 12, 2004

Gazeta magazine, “Malzenstwo wedlug Rosalind Solomon (Rosalind Solomon’s Views on Marriage),” Paulina Skirgajllo-Krajewska, Warsaw, Poland, November 12, 2003

Photobooks, Vince Aletti, Nov./Dec. 2003 (photograph on p. 48)

The Telegraph Magazine, “Up Close and Personal,” Naomi West, October 18, 2003

Art Cologne, 2003, p. 31

Modern Painters, “Bookmark,” Rebecca Wilson, Winter 2003

Portraits/Visages 1853 – 2003, Galerie de Photographie, Bibliotheque nationale de France/Gallimard; Catalogue preface by Jean-Noel Jeanneney, Thierry Grillet, Sylvie Aubenas and Anne Biroleau. 

Art on Paper, review of Chapalingas, Sept./Oct. 2003

B & W Black & White Magazine, “Important Exhibitions We Would Like to See in America,” Susan Ehrens, August 2003

Paris Photo, Gerhard Steidl, July 2003

Fotomagazin, “Fur across the Heart,” Manfred Zollner, July 2003

Prinz, “Die Welt in Schwarzweiß,” May 2003

Photonews, “Fremd sein, fremd bleiben,” Christoph Ribbat, May 2003

Stadtrevue, “Rosalind Solomon: Chapalingas,” Kerstin Stremmel, May 2003

American Suburb X, “Interview with Rosalind Solomon” Steven Watson, May 2003

Kölner Illustrierte, “Rosalind Solomon,” May 5, 2003

General-Anzeiger Bonn, “Zuckerwatte im roten Licht,” Stefanie Stadel, May 3-4, 2003

Düsseldorfer Hefte, “Der Blick hinter die Oberfläche. Die US-Fotografin Rosalind Solomon,” Stefanie Stadel, May 1, 2003

Photopresse, “Chapalingas,” Anne Kotzan, No. 21, 2003

fotomagazin, “Fell am Herzen,” Manfred Zollner, No. 7, 2003

NRZ, “Feuilleton: Rosalind Solomon,” April 23, 2003

Süddeutsche Zeitung, “Die schier hemmungslose Leidenschaft der Bildererzählerin,” Helmut Mauró, April 9, 2003

Photograhie, “Amerikanische Ansichten,” April 2003

Frankfurter Rundschau, “Geerbter Schmuck: Der subtile Globalismus Rosalind Solomons,” Ulf Erdmann Ziegler, March 29, 2003, “Rosalind Solomon: Chapalingas,” Markus Schaden, March 27, 2003

Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger, “Worte lösen sich in Luft auf und werden Poesie,” March 21, 2003

Kölnischer Rundschau, “Schillernd wie Chapalingas,” Annette Schroeder, March 14, 2003

Süddeutsche Zeitung, “Die Weitgereiste,” March 14, 2003

on time (Deutsche BA), “Chapalingas,” March 2003

The New York Times, “An Assembly of Skewed Images Dancing Out of a Dream State,” Margaret Loke, New York, February 22, 2002, p. B24

Elle, Italy, February/March, 2000

Blind Spot, Untitled (Belfast), Issue 13

Village Voice, “Rosalind Solomon and Linda Connor,” Vince Aletti, New York, November 9, 1999, p.89

The New York Times, “Ethnologists’ Data Turn Out to be Art,” Vicki Goldberg, New York, 1996

New York Magazine, “All Together Now,” Guy Trebay, New York, November 4, 1996

Caretas, “Lugares de Solomon,” Lima, Peru, August 1996

El Sol, “El Mundo Tambien pasa por Conchucos,” Lima, Peru, August 15, 1996

El Sol, “La Fotografia IIega del Norte,” Lima, Peru, August 12, 1996

New York Times, “Sharing the Visions of 6 Photographers,” Helen A. Harrison, New York, July 23, 1995

Utne Reader, “Photofolio: South Africa by Rosalind Solomon,” Rosalind Solomon, New York, 1995

Interview, “Your World in Revolution,” photographs by Bruce Weber and Rosalind Solomon, New York, 1994, pp. 138-39

Interview, “Once Under the Palms a Journey into the Past and Future by Four Artists,” Ingrid Sischy, New York, 1993

Interview, “Things Will Never Be The Same,” Rosalind Solomon, New York, 1993

Almanaque para el ano 1993, p. 39, Bilbao Bizkaia Kutxa, Bilbao, Spain, 1993

The Independent, “Fair Provides a Snapshot of Photographic In-Crowd,” Geraldine Norman, London, June 18, 1990

The Washington Post, “Unmasking the Face Through Photography,” Michael Welzenbach, Washington, D.C., November 17, 1990

Mirabella, “Portraits from South Africa,” Vince Aletti, New York, 1990

People Magazine, “The Indomitable Spirit,” Ralph Novak, New York, April, 1990

New York Magazine, “Signs of the Times,” Kay Larson, New York, June 6, 1988

Afterimage, “The Politics of Experience,” John P. Jacob, Rochester, New York, 1988/1989

Newsletter of The Friends Photography, “Journeys,” Debra Heimerdinger, September, California, 1988

Cliches, Rosalind Solomon, “Photographe a la premiere personne,” Loic Malle, May 1987, Nol. 36

Artforum, Charles Hagen, New York, New York, October 1986

The New York Times, “Taking a Fresh Look At Foreign Yet Familiar Lands,” Andy Grundberg, New York, August 10, 1986

Excerpt from Wall Comment, “Rosalind Solomon RITUAL,“ MOMA Solo Exhibition, 1986

Photo Communique, “Photographs as Artifact: The Work of Rosalind Solomon,” Rochelle Kolodny, Canada Winter 1985/1986

Rosalind Solomon, “Rosalind Solomon Photographies,” Ben Lifson, Traduit de l’anglais, Union des Banques a Paris, Paris, France, 1984

Corazon Songs and Music Recorded in Peru, Rosalind Solomon, Folkways-Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., 1982

“Morning Edition,” Elizabeth Perez Luna Interview, National Public Radio, July 2, 1982 Rosalind Solomon: Peru, ed. Ziva Kraus, Ljerka Mifka, Ikona Gallery, Venice, Italy, 1982

The Village Voice, “New Perspective,” Ben Lifson, New York, February 3, 1982

The Washington Post, “Double Exposure,” Richard Paul, Washington, D.C., February 4, 1981

The New York Times, “Art: Photographing America’s Children,” Vivien Raynor, New York, January 9 , 1981

Artforum, “The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Sander Gallery,” Colin Westerbeck, New York, Summer 1980

Vogue, “Talking About Art,” Barbara Rose, New York, June 1980

American Children, Susan Kismaric, Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1980

Artforum, “From the Series ‘Outside the White House’,” Rosalind Solomon, New York, October 1980

Afterimage, “Solomon and Gomorrah,” Shirley True, Rochester, New York, October 1980

Recordings, Video & Performance

Scintillation, Rosalind Solomon, audiovisual three channel projection with images, Jason Eckardt's composition "Tongues" and narration of text at Bruce Silverstein Gallery, New York, 2016

THEM, Rosalind Solomon, multimedia performance with photographs, text, and live cello accompaniment at SVA Theater, New York, 2014

A Woman I Once Knew, Rosalind Solomon, 8 1/2 minute short screened at Bruce Silverstein Gallery and in the New York International Film and Video Festival, 2010; Best Experimental Short Award.

Don’t Eat My Centerpiece, Rosalind Solomon, 3-projection video installation, “Inside Out” exhibition, Bruce Silverstein Gallery, 2008

To Highlands, Rosalind Solomon, short video, 1998

Indian Love Rites, Durga Puja and Kali Puja in Calcutta, Rosalind Solomon, 1983, Smithsonian Folkways

Corazon, Songs and Music Recorded in Peru by Rosalind Solomon, 1981, Smithsonian Folkways


Women Photographers: From Julia Margaret Cameron to Cindy Sherman, Boris Friedewal, Prestel, Germany 2014

Male, Vince Aletti, published by Andrew Roth, 2008

The Theatre of the Face: Portrait Photography Since 1900, Max Kozloff, Phaidon Press, London 2007

Americans [1940-2006], Kunsthalle Wien, Gerald Matt, Peter Weiermair. Published by Verlag Damiani Editore, Bologna 2006

La Trajectoire de regard: Une exposition de photographies du XXe siecle, Salle d’exposition du quai Antoine ler, Monaco, February 2006

Holy Madness: Portraits of Tantric Siddhas, Rubin Museum, Winter 2006

Fotografia, 2005, published by Televisa, Mexico, DF, and printed by Los Talleres de Artes Graficas
Palermo, Madrid, 2005

Visages/Portraits,” Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris, France, October 2003

The Social Scene, an Anthology, Max Kozloff, Ralph Parsons Foundation Photography Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California, 2000

Photography in New York, Inc., New York, New York, March/April, May/June, January/February, 2000, back page

Photography in New York, Inc., New York, New York, November/December, 1999

Blindspot, “Thirteen,” New York, New York, May 13, 1999

A Sampling of Innocent Documents, “Making Women More Visible,” ed. Diana Mara Henry, Bettye Lane, The Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library, Radcliff College, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1999, pp. 26-27

Our Grandmothers, “Your Ever Adoring Gammon,” ed. Linda Sunshine, Welcome Enterprises, Inc., New York, New York, 1998, pp. 82-83

Hope, ed. Alice Rose George and Lee Marks, Thames and Hudson, New York, New York, 1998, pp. 126. 139, 148

India, A Celebration: Fifty Years of Independence, The Aperture Foundation, New York, New York, 1997, pp. 158 – 164

Leg, ed. Diana Edkins, Betsy Jablow, General Publishing Group, Los Angeles, California, 1997

Our Mothers, Portraits of 72 Women Photographers, Viviane Esders, Stewart, Tabori & Chang, New York, 1996

MS. Magazine, November/December 1996

Media Marathon, Erik Barnouw, Duke University Press, Durham North Carolina, 1996

Wedding Days, Marla Hamburg Kennedy, Hiro Ikera, H2O Co. & Graystone Books, Japan, 1996, p. 28

World Photo Art Exhibition and Auction, Kobe Aid Fund, Asahi Shimbun, Tokyo Institute of Polytechnics, Tokyo, Japan, 1996

Luz y Tiempo, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Fundacion Cultural Televisa, Mexico City, Mexico, 1995

Animal Attractions, Diana Edkins, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., New York, 1995

Black and White Washington, Thomasson-Grant, Charlottesville, Virginia, 1995, pp. 35, 41

The Body and the Lens, “Photography Since 1839: Gender Politics and the Postmodern Body,” John Pultz, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., New York, 1995, pp. 58-159

Fathers and Children, ed. Charles Sullivan, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., New York, 1995, p. 147

Mortal Remains, ed. Ricardo Bloch and Don Celender, Macalester College, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1995

Twentieth Century Photographs From the Permanent Collection, Centro Cultural de Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico City, Mexico, 1995

The History of Women in Photography, Naomi Rosenblum, Abbeville Press, New York, New York, 1994

Do Not Leave Me This Way: Art in the Age of AIDS, Compiled by Ted Gott, National Gallery of Australia, Thames and Hudson, Melbourne, Canberra, Australia, 1994, p. 145

American Politicians, Photographs from 1843 to 1993, Susan Kismaric, Museum of Modern Art, Harry N. Abrams, Inc. New York, 1994

Mexico Through Foreign Eyes, ed. Carole Naggar & Fred Ritchin, W.W. Norton & Co., New York, 1993, pp. 164-6

Members Only, ed. Ruth Turner and Lola Estrany, Galeria Carles Poy, Barcelona, Spain, 1993, p. 116

Blue Sky #2, Blue Sky Gallery, Portland, Oregon, 1992

From Media to Metaphor: Art About AIDS, Independent Curators Inc., New York, 1992, p.57

American Documents in the Fringe, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo, Japan, 1992

Parkett, “Not Vital: Frei Konvertibel” Rosemarie Trockel and Christopher Wool, Parkett-Verlag AG, Zurich, Switzerland, 1992, p. 147

The Indomitable Spirit, Marvin Heifferman and Carol Kismaric, The International Center of Photography, New York, New York, 1990

Women Photographers, Connie Sullivan, Harry N. Abrams, New York, 1990

Aperture, “Grief and Anger, Self and Shadow: Photographing People with AIDS,” Robert Atkins, New York, New York, Spring 1989

Recaption: Recontext, University of Minnesota Art Museum, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1989

The New Expeditionary Photographer, Museum of Art, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, 1989

Wanderlust, Work by 8 Contemporary Photographers, Keith Davis, Nelson Atkins Museum, Hallmark Collection, Kansas City, Missouri, 1987

Mothers and Daughters, Burden Gallery, Aperture Foundation, New York, 1987

American Dreams, ed. Belinda Rathbone, Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain, 1987

Tenth Anniversary Photography Exhibition, Galerie Zabriskie, Paris, France, 1987

India: Ritual and the River, Aperture Foundation, New York, Winter 1986

Festival of India, “Rosalind Solomon: India,” Will Stapp, Harry N. Abrams, New York, 1985

Traveling, Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, Massachusetts, 1985

Apres Cinq Ans, Galerie Zabriskie, Paris, France, 1982

Twentieth Century Photographs from the Museum of Modern Art, John Szarkowski, Seibu Museum of Art, Tokyo Japan, 1982

American Children, Susan Kismaric, Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1980

Mirrors and Windows, John Szarkowski, Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1978

Sander Gallery Catalogue I 20th Century Photography, Sander Gallery, Washington, D.C., 1979, pp. 59-60