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Author: Arthur C. Danto,Clifford Ross
ISBN: 1931788618
Language: English
Pages: 132 pages
Category: Photography & Video
Publisher: Aperture; First Edition edition (June 15, 2005)
Rating: 4.4
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Clifford Ross (born October 15, 1952) is an American artist who has worked in multiple forms of media, including sculpture, painting, photography and video

Clifford Ross (born October 15, 1952) is an American artist who has worked in multiple forms of media, including sculpture, painting, photography and video. His work is in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Clifford Ross: Light Waves opens at Parrish Art Museum July 1.

org/e. ss-light-waves. Julian Rachlin and Clifford Ross in 92nd Street Y's Seeing Music Festival, Saturday, February 6, 8pm →. 92. rg. Rachlin & Ross Beethoven 92nd Street Y Seeing Music Festival. Clifford Ross, Wave Cathedral, 2015 Landscape Seen & Imagined MASS MoCA, North Adams, Massachusetts May 23, 2015 - April 17, 2016. Clifford Ross Studio. 16 September 2015 · New York, NY, United States ·. · WIRED // Jordan G. Teicher on Clifford Ross' Hurricane Waves →.

Clifford Ross, Arthur Coleman Danto. Wave Music by photographer Clifford Ross, opens with explosive images of stormy seas and skies–photographs taken on the edge of hurricanes. This series presents gorgeous, formalist slices of nature at her most tempestuous and romantic. As Wave Music progresses, however, the focus tightens with increasing obsession on the processes and materials of the photographic medium. The “Hurricane” series is followed by “Horizons,” classically composed images of sky and quiet surf, and finally, by images of pure photographic grain.

Clifford Ross is the author of books on Abstract Expressionism and . Wave Music, Introduction by Arthur C. Danto, Interview by . Homes, (Blind Spot/Aperture). Wave Music, BOMB Magazine Fall 2003.

Mountain IV, Blind Spot Magazine Clifford Ross and Walter Salles, dialogue.

Wave Music" by photographer Clifford Ross, opens with explosive images of stormy seas and skies-photographs taken on the edge of hurricanes. This series presents gorgeous, formalist slices of nature at her most tempestuous and romantic

Wave Music" by photographer Clifford Ross, opens with explosive images of stormy seas and skies-photographs taken on the edge of hurricanes. As "Wave Music" progresses, however, the focus tightens with increasing obsession on the processes and materials of the photographic med "Wave Music" by photographer Clifford Ross, opens with explosive images of stormy seas and skies-photographs taken on the edge of hurricanes

Clifford Ross: Waves. Boca Raton Museum of Art.

Clifford Ross: Waves. November 5, 2019 - March 1, 2020.

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Clifford Ross's Hurricane series captures tumultuous ocean waves shot by the artist in the water while tethered . His book of photographs, Wave Music (Aperture 2005), includes an essay by philosopher Arthur Danto and an interview by novelist .

Clifford Ross's Hurricane series captures tumultuous ocean waves shot by the artist in the water while tethered to an assistant on land. Ross says, "Why waves and hurricanes? They're bigger than me. Nature is bigger than m. ltimately I realized that I was reflecting on memories from my childhood, being slammed by the waves off Long Island when I was body surfing.

by Clifford Ross, Arthur C. Danto. Published June 15th 2005 by Aperture (first published April 15th 2005). Physical Description.

Wave Music by photographer Clifford Ross, opens with explosive images of stormy seas and skies--photographs taken on the edge of hurricanes. This series presents gorgeous, formalist slices of nature at her most tempestuous and romantic. As Wave Music progresses, however, the focus tightens with increasing obsession on the processes and materials of the photographic medium. The "Hurricane" series is followed by "Horizons," classically composed images of sky and quiet surf, and finally, by images of pure photographic grain. The "Grain" pictures are pure abstractions--tonal fields of grey. Each "Grain" image echoes the tones seen in the previous two series and addresses the very stuff of black-and-white photography itself. In Wave Music, Clifford Ross provides an incredible, heuristic journey, from the ecstatic formalism of ocean waves to the abstract sublime of pure light. Underlying each of the series and providing a unifying thread, are shifting elements of gesture, composition, and tone. Each of the images is exquisitely reproduced in tritone.