Solo Exhibitions

April 2018 | Sutagao Columbian Fusion Restaurant, Maplewood, New Jersey


An exhibition of 13 photographs by the photographer.


September and October 2017 | Art Lobby, JCC MetroWest, West Orange, New Jersey:

Observed in Israel

This exhibition featured 20 of the photographer’s previously unexhibited black and white gelatin-silver prints of photographs taken in Israel.

Read the JCC MetroWest press release in the NJ Jewish News here.

Jerusalem, Israel 1998
Commencing April 2015 | Solo Exhibition| Executive Offices, PEF Israel Endowment Funds, Inc., New York, New York

Israel Seen (In Part) – Photographs by Burt Allen Solomon

This ongoing revolving exhibition features photographs taken during the photographer’s many trips to Israel, from 1968 to 2009. The photographer was invited to exhibit his photographs at the organization’s corporate offices.

Read the review from the New Jersey Jewish News here.

ExhibitsApril-July 2013 | Solo Exhibition | Derfner Judaica Museum, The Hebrew Home, Riverdale, The Bronx, New York

Some Things Seen in Israel – Photographs by Burt Allen Solomon

This exhibition featured photographs taken during the photographer’s many trips to Israel, starting in the late ’60’s to 2009. They were publicly exhibited for the 1st time to commemorate Israel’s 65th Independence Day.

Read reviews of the exhibition here and here.

urban-un-urban-photoDecember 11, 2010 – December 19, 2010 | Solo Exhibition | Vladek Hall Gallery, Amalgamated Houses, The Bronx, NY


The photographer’s second show; a selection of black and white gelatin silver photos, centered on cities (“Urban”), and outdoor country-scapes (“Un-Urban”). More recent work was interspersed with photos from the 1970’s.

6x7-thumbNovember 6,.2009 – December 3, 2009 | Solo Exhibition | The Framing Mill, Maplewood, NJ

6 x 7 by Solomon

Burt Solomon’s first public exhibit after nearly a half century taking pictures, this debut also functioned as a retrospective. The 42 photographs presented a cross-section of compositions and themes common to the photographer’s body of work.

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