Aaron Rose: Photographs
The first ever presentation of the works of Aaron Rose, a contemporary photographer whose work was unknown to the photography world until recently. Aaron Rose worked for most of his career in isolation, and was in his late fifties before an appreciative audience discovered his work. when the Whitney Museum in New York included five of his prints in their 1997 Biennial. He builds his own cameras and mixes complex developing solutions incorporating exotic metals. He has spent the last 35 years taking and superbly printing more than 25,000 photographs, most of them from negatives that he printed once or twice and then put away forever.
by : Alfred Corn