From the romantic, highly detailed realism of his large-scale "Mountain" photographs to multimedia pieces that embrace abstract forms drawn from close observation of nature, Clifford Ross's work is unlike any other. In 2002, Ross invented his R1 camera, with which he has produced some of the highest resolution single shot photographs ever realized. In a Ross Landscape, viewers can spot a bird in a tree on a mountain a mile away.
Seen & Imagined accompanies a landmark exhibition at MASS MoCA. It offers a comprehensive survey of Clifford Ross's work, from large-scale, highly detailed landscape photographs to his latest "invisible art" - and augmented reality app for smartphones that reveals a hidden work within a work. 232 pages. Hardcover.