Clifford Ross

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Clifford Ross (2011)

Clifford Ross (* 15. October 1952 in New York City ) is a US -American photographer , photo artist and painter . He gained notoriety through the invention of the R1 camera . This self-constructed analog camera achieves an enormous level of detail. In 2004, he received US Patent No. 6,795,648 for the camera.


  • "Abstract Expressionism: Creators and Critics: An Anthology", Editor, Abrams 1991, ISBN 978-0-8109-1908-2
  • “Big, Bigger, Biggest: Inventing Systems for Immense Digital Images (and Beyond)”, (Big Picture Summit, 2005), Co-author with David Rogers, Carl Diegert, Michael Hawley, Bran Ferren, and Eric Rosenthal “Laurie Anderson” , BOMB Magazine Fall 1999. Print.
  • “Mountain IV”, Blind Spot Magazine Clifford Ross and Walter Salles, dialogue. Nov. 2005. Print.
  • “On Melville and Modern Art”, The Melville Society's quarterly publication “Extracts”, John Bryant interview, September 1995. Print.
  • “On September 11”, BOMB Magazine Spring 2002. Print.
  • “Phantasmagorey: The Work of Edward Gorey”, Author, Yale University Press 1974
  • “The World of Edward Gorey”, co-author with Karen Wilkin, Abrams 1996, ISBN 978-0-8109-3988-2
  • “Wave Music”, Introduction by Arthur C. Danto, Interview by AM Homes, (Blind Spot / Aperture)
  • “Wave Music”, BOMB Magazine Fall 2003. Print.

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