Clifford Ross, ‘Hurricane LXXXIII’, Sotheby's

Flush-mounted to aluminum, the photographer's label, signed and with typed title, date, and edition number, on the reverse, framed, 2009, printed in 2013, no. one in an edition of 5.

Clifford Ross, Hurricane Waves (Hangzhou: Zhejiang Art Museum, 2014), unpaginated
Clifford Ross, Hurricane Waves (Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art/The Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press, 2015), unpaginated

About Clifford Ross

Multimedia artist Clifford Ross creates sculpture, painting, photography, and video. For his renowned black-and-white “Hurricane Waves” series, begun in 1996, Ross captured sensitive images of ocean waves in the Hamptons during hurricanes, printed in large-scale. More recently, in order to shoot high-resolution landscape photographs of Colorado’s Mount Sopris, he invented and patented his “R1” camera. Ross’s artistic collaborations include a multimedia installation with Pan Gongkai, President of the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing, and a massive stained-glass wall with architects Mack Scogin and Merrill Elam for the U.S. Federal Courthouse in Austin, Texas.

American, b. 1952, New York, New York, based in New York, New York