Got to Go, the latest solo exhibition from prolific photographer Rosalind Fox Solomon, combines still images, audio, and a three-channel projection for an immersive trip through the artist’s fascinating career. The exhibition opens at Bruce Silverstein Gallery February 25 (with a book signing from 6-8PM) through April 16.
“Got to Go evokes childhood memories, parents’ frantic voices, and the early imposition of deranged social codes and expectations,” the gallery writes. “Fox Solomon’s environmental installation is jarring, and psychologically freighted. The artist’s narrative overlay contextualizes her bewildering and audacious photographs.”
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Pictured: Rosalind Fox Solomon Signal Mountain, Tennessee, 1976 Archival Inkjet Print, © Rosalind Fox Solomon, Courtesy Bruce Silverstein Gallery, NY