Faded & Blurred
Fine art photography
Gregory crewdson photography
Gregory Crewdson - Untitled (Ophelia), Artist and photographer Gregory Crewdson doesn't so much take photos as make them. He uses techniques of film to stage pictures.
Gregory Crewdson: Untitled (Birth), ‘Beneath the Roses’ 2007 Digital carbon print x cm Gregory Crewdson, Courtesy Gagosian Gallery, New York © Gregory Crewdson, 2010 No royalties for publication if related to the exhibition at the Museum Friede
Gregory Crewdson: Untitled (Worthington Street), ‘Beneath the Roses’ 2006 Digital carbon print
From Phillips, Gregory Crewdson, Untitled, Summer (Summer Rain) from the series Beneath the Roses Digital chromogenic print, × cm
Review: ‘Gregory Crewdson: In A Lonely Place’ at the Centre for Contemporary Photography (CCP), Fitzroy, Melbourne
Untitled (Brief Encounter) 'Beneath the Roses' - Gregory Crewdson - 2006 - 22443
American photographer Gregory Crewdson’s work seems less like photographs, and more like moments captured from epic movies.
Available for sale from Danziger Gallery, Gregory Crewdson, Untitled (Dispatch) Digital chromogenic print, 58 × 89 in
Gregory Crewdson, Untitled (Maple Street), ‘Beneath the Roses’, 2004
For more than 10 years, Gregory Crewdson has been making photographs that portray life in small-town America, blurring the lines between reality and fiction.