First, From a "design" standpoint, I really like the site. I think it fits the "artistic" content very well.
There is no way to link individual "slides" of an animated gif.
A couple of suggestions:
Find (or manually set) the height of "div#space", to the tallest image on the page, so the bottom of the page doesn't jump around as your hovering over multiple images.
Your "cell phone" site has an issue with the 'Black and White' page; redirects to /bw/mobileIndex.html [404 - page not found] on my iPhone. I'm not seeing that on my iPad, but I do get a different background image on the top nav buttons.
Put in <noscript>go to index.Mobile.html</noscript>.
Images are not quite the same aspect ratio. Currently using % min- max-WIDTH and have not calculated the HEIGHT factor (yes, it is bad when page jumps).
At this moment, I'm searching for "image size" and "slideshows" for cell phones. But I'll be coming back to absorb your helpful comments. CONFESSION: I don't have a cell phone and rely on Dreamweaver "Preview in Device Central" so your real-time feedback is soooOOO very helpful.
Search results for IMAGE SIZE: one post said 128x160px, cellphoneforums.net said 176x220, digitalCamerman said iPhone display 640x960px @ 326ppi [?] square image 540px.
I was just looking at galleria.ioand wondered if anyone had tried that. It seems to be tied to FLIKR but that seems optional, and
Phone, iPad & touch support
Galleria supports swipe movements and uses hardware optimized animations for ultra-smooth image browsing on mobile and touch devices.
The width property controls the size of the viewport. It can be set to a specific number of pixels like width=600 or to the special value device-width value which is the width of the screen in CSS pixels at a scale of 100%. (There are corresponding height and device-height values, which may be useful for pages with elements that change size or position based on the viewport height.)
The initial-scale property controls the zoom level when the page is first loaded. The maximum-scale, minimum-scale, and user-scalable properties control how users are allowed to zoom the page in or out.