Publication of the first solo exhibition of the Montreal artist whose photographs offer an inspired take on the packing and storage of artworks. With his new series Attaché, Ross documents a crucial step in museography, while revisiting one of the great moments in contemporary art history. The project revolves around a particular object that is threatened with obsolescence: the traditional packing crate, painted with a specific colour attached to each museum, to protect works during transportation. Some ten empty crates from nearly as many institutions will thus be documented in detail and become the subject of high-resolution colour images. The quality of the surfaces reproduced and their large size reveals pictorial gestures and accidental irregularities that recall the major issues involved in abstract painting, be it abstract expressionism, colour field painting or monochromatic abstraction.