Rosalind Solomon, an American artist, began photographing beautiful and confronting pictures in the late 1960’s. She captures the beauty of being human in her startling black and white images, confronting the raw reality of human struggle and survival. Her comprehensive work spans not only decades but also countries, encompassing the nature of the human experience.
Solomon’s images resonate within the viewer due to their mysterious and unfathomable nature. Open to interpretation, Solomon’s photography is controversial in nature, yet devoid of cliché that entraps most nostalgic black and white photography.
Residing in New York, Rosalind Solomon continues to photograph and dabbles in film. She vividly articulates her version of the world with a sense of immediacy sustained across a broad range of subject matter.
You can view more of her work here.