Animal (127), 2009 is part of San Francisco-based artist Elliot Ross’s series Animal. Intrigued by a portrait of his late cat, Ross began to wonder if animals are conscious of being photographed. The title of the photograph indicates that this is the 127th in a series of photographs of animals. In the artist’s own words, “The animals are depicted without defined context, in a space where the figure has little if any background.” This high-quality giclée print comes to us from Aperture, a nonprofit organization committed to the advancement of photography.
Giclée print. Limited edition of 15. Ships flat in an archival paper folder. Image dimensions: W 11” H 14.5”. Overall dimensions: W 12.94” H 17.06”.
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