Delia Solomons

Delia Solomons is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Art and Art History at Drexel University. Solomons specializes in modern and contemporary art of the Americas, focusing on intersections between exhibitions, politics, and visual culture in the 1960s. Her current book project—Cold War in the White Cube: Latin American Art for U.S. Audiences (1959–68) (Penn State University Press, forthcoming)—explores the surge of U.S. museum exhibitions of Latin American art amid escalating inter-American tensions in the sixties. Her research has appeared in Art Bulletin, Journal of Curatorial Studies, and The Americas Revealed: Collecting Colonial and Modern Latin American Art in the United States (The Frick Collection and Penn State University Press, 2017). She also co-edited a themed issue of the Journal of Visual Culture and co-curated the exhibition Sari Dienes (The Drawing Center, 2014).