Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters

Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters a film by Ben Shapiro opens at Film Forum in New York on October 31, 2012 before playing around the country.
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Gregory Crewdson, Untitled (Production Still from “Beneath the Roses”)

Available for sale from ClampArt, Gregory Crewdson, Untitled (Production Still from "Beneath The Roses") Chromogenic print, 15 × 11 in

Gregory Crewdson - House in the Road

Gregory Crewdson Untitled (House in the Road), 2002 c-print, edition 3 of 10 Collection of Phoenix Art Museum Museum purchase with funds pro.

17 & GONE inspiration: A girl shrouded in smoke; lost her shoes. ("Untitled" by Gregory Crewdson)

Gregory Crewdson Another image by this unconventional photographer. Smoke fuelled night imagery, casting shadows with side lighting.

Photographer Gregory Crewdson shoots his still images as if he were Michelangelo Antonioni channeling Edward Hopper on a movie set. Since he shoots with a Hasselblad Sinar 8x10 camera, his field of composition includes people, sky, cars, streets and buildings. In essence, the scale of his compositions matches the possibilities inherent in the 8x10 camera format.

Gregory Crewdson (born September is an American photographer who is best known for elaborately scenes of American homes and neighbourhoods. Crewdson is represented by Gagosian Gallery worldwide and by White Cube Gallery in London.

The poet Adrienne Rich once wrote, “When I think of a landscape I am thinking of a time.” In the case of Gregory Crewdson, time - and landscape, for that matter - is the same as a shutter click. Yet the moment can last for decades.

The poet Adrienne Rich once wrote, “When I think of a landscape I am thinking of a time.” In the case of Gregory Crewdson, time - and landscape, for that matter - is the same as a shutter click. Yet the moment can last for decades.

Fireflies (GREGORY CREWDSON: )

I just discovered Gregory Crewdson's Fireflies series from It looks like some kind of Victorian spirit photography: Reminds me o.

"Funny, because obviously it’s so beautiful, the magic hour, but the whole main reason to be shooting in that hour is that it’s the only window where you can work with the lights and daylight at the same time". -GC

Available for sale from Danziger Gallery, Gregory Crewdson, Untitled (Dispatch) Digital chromogenic print, 58 × 89 in

Details of one of Gregory Crewdson’s works from the series Beneath the Roses (2003-2008) (Photos: Dr Marcus Bunyan)

Posts about Gregory Crewdson Untitled written by Dr Marcus Bunyan

Gregory Crewdson (b.1962), Untitled (beckoning bus driver), 2001–2002.

Gregory Crewdson, Untitled (beckoning bus driver), Digital chromogenic print mounted on aluminum, x inches. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Promised gift of the Fisher Landau Center for Art.

GREGORY CREWDSON (B. 1962)  Untitled, 1988  chromogenic print

GREGORY CREWDSON (B. 1962) Untitled, 1988 chromogenic print

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