The painter and sculptor Clifford Ross turned to photography in the mid-1990s. The photographs in the series Hurricane were taken in Long Island, New York. Standing waist-deep in the ocean and held by ropes, the artist confronts the violence of the elements, offering an original perspective on the immensity of climate phenomena.
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