ARTWORK

Cranberry Juice Dropping Into Milk

1960/1985

Signed in pencil, verso

Dye transfer print from the portfolio, “Ten Dye Transfer Photographs,” Palm Press Inc., Littleton, Massachusetts (Edition of 300 + 26 APs)

20 x 16 inches, sheet

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Literature:
Estelle Jussim, Stopping Time: The Photographs of Harold Edgerton (New York City: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1987), pp. 130-1 for related works from the same series

“The magic of the strobe poises a liquid globule on a spout, very much resembling the circus performance of seals. Incredibly, a drop of cranberry juice rises out of milk. . . The brief close-up exposure, taken at the same speed needed to freeze a bullet, reveals a moment in the rapid transition of colors caused by the intermixing fluids.” Ibid., p. 129

Work by Harold Edgerton (1903-1990)