Rosalind Fox Solomon (b. 1930) is an American artist celebrated for her exceptional photographic portraits. Traveling the world to find her subjects, she has entered closed circles across a diverse range of cultures. With intuition and meticulousness, she has captured defining moments of the 20th century, from documenting the American South in her project Liberty Theater to her groundbreaking series Portraits in the Time of AIDS, which humanized the illness and the people who suffered from it. In 2019, the ICP awarded Solomon a Lifetime Achievement award in recognition of her prolific career; among her other awards is a Guggenheim Foundation award, a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship and a Lucie Achievement in Portraiture award.