Art Roundup: Brooklyn

By John S. Berman, WTP Art Correspondent

"I am always hesitant to describe any art exhibition as “groundbreaking,” given how overused and cliched the term has become. But sometimes a show comes along that is so original, dynamic, and paradigm-shifting, it warrants the tag. This spring, BRIC Arts Media, under the leadership of its Vice President of Contemporary Art Elizabeth Ferrer, unveiled Bordering the Imaginary: Art from the Dominican Republic, Haiti, and their Diasporas in its spacious and welcoming Fort Greene gallery."

Nine-Year-Old-Girl Mash up   

Nine-Year-Old-Girl Mash up


The Power of Art to tell a story- 

by Elisa Pritzker for ABCLatino Magazine

Eliza Pritzker talks with Julia about her career, influence and practice.


A Studio Visit with Julia Santos Solomon

by Ann Hutton featured in the Almanac of the Woodstock Times

Ann Hutton and the Almanac Weekly spend time in the studio researching, discussing & getting to know Julia's work.

Kingston YMCA Mural

Kingston YMCA Mural

Interview with o+ festival

Recorded in the Green Room at the O+ Pop-Up Clinic, Julia talks about creating the mural for the Kingston YMCA

African Autumn

African Autumn

Santos Solomon's Storytelling

by Paul Smart

Julia sits down with the Woodstock Times to discuss her practice, inspiration, objective and the opening of "Dream Series".