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Judith Ross was born in Hazleton, Pennsylvania in 1946. She graduated from the Moore College of Art in 1968 and earned a Masters Degree in Photography in 1970 from the Institute of Design at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, where she Die Photographische Praxis, Vol. 1: A die Photographischen Arbeitsräume und Geräte; B der Photographische Negativprozess mit Kollodium und Gelatine-Emulsion (Classic Reprint) (German Edition)
Exhibitions: Portrait. Landscape. Architecture (Multimedia.

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Judith Ross was born in Hazleton, Pennsylvania in 1946. She graduated from the Moore College of Art in 1968 and earned a Master's Degree in Photography in 1970 from the Institute of Design at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, where she studied with Aaron Siskind.

Since the early 1980s, Ross as photographed a cross-section of the American population, especially people in eastern Pennsylvania where she was born and raised. Ross uses an 8x10 inch view camera mounted on a tripod and her portraits are made on printing out paper by contact, a process by which a print is made by placing a negative directly onto photographic paper, and then exposing it to sunlight for a few minutes to a few hours. Her photographic antecedents include the German August Sander and the American Diane Arbus.

Ross has been awarded grants from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation (1985), a City of Easton/Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Grant (1988), the Charles Pratt Memorial Award (1992), and the Andrea Frank Foundation Award (1998).

In 2011, Die Photographische Sammlung in Cologne organized a retrospective exhibition of Ross's work which traveled to the Kunstmuseum Kloster in Madeburg and the Foundation A Stichting, Brussels.

Judith Joy Ross , Contemporaries/A Photographic Series, New York, The Museum of Modern Art, essay by Susan Kismaric, 1995

Living with War. Portraits, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Gulf War, Protest the War , Gottingen, Steidl, edited and with an essay by Heinz Liesbrock, 2008



 
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