STAR AXIS DOCUMENTARY FILMS
The trailer for a film about Star Axis has recently been released.
The film will be completed once Star Axis is finished in a couple of years.
Special thanks to the Gale Family Foundation, Dyanna Taylor, and David Aubrey.
The National Gallery of Art (NGA), "West to East" film project, with Rava Films has just completed shooting a film about Star Axis, the Dwan Light Sanctuary, and Ross's other work. Rava Films should complete it in early spring, 2024.
CURRENT AND UPCOMING SOLO AND TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS
Charles Ross + Alteronce Gumby, Parrasch Heijnen Gallery, Los Angles
Charles Ross: Mansions of the Zodiac, Harwood Museum of Art, Taos, NM
March 15, 2025 – September 7, 2025
This exhibition will include the never before exhibited 12 Mansion of the Zodiac paintings, created using bakelite powder xeroxes of Verenberg photographic star atlas images on painted canvas, each 109 x 63.5 in (276.86 x 161.29 cm); and Sunlight Dispersion, the first of a very few art films Charles Ross has made. Sunlight Dispersion is a unique copy that has been the property of the Centre Pompidou since 1975, before it even opened (1977), and this will be the very first time it is shown outside the Centre Pompidou.
Catalog (including essays by Dan Beachy-Quick and Loïc Malle)
CURRENT AND UPCOMING GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Shadow and Light, Vladem Contemporary, New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, NM
September 23 - April 28, 2024
Prendre le Soleil/Holding the Sun, Hangar Y, Paris Meudon, France
Dec 11, 2023 - April 21, 2024
Celestial Splendours: Exploring the Universe 400 Years after Galilei's "II Saggiatore", Museo Galileo, Santa Maria Novella,
Florence, Italy. Opens: December 16, 2023
Charles Ross's work will include documentation about Star Axis and a large solar burn piece. The exhibition is dedicated to Galileo Galilei, on the occasion of the fourth centenary of the publication of his most significant treatise, II Saggiatore (The Assayer).
Lumen: the Art and Science of Light, Getty Center, Los Angeles
As part of f the citywide, Los Angeles: Pacific Standard Time (pst)
September 10 - December 8, 2024