Gregory Crewdson

Beneath the Roses


Untitled, 2003. From ‘Beneath the Roses,’ 2003-2008. Digital Pigment Print 144.78x223.52cm. Courtesy Gagosian

The series ‘Beneath the Roses’ evokes the paintings of Edward Hopper, the photographs of Diane Arbus and the films of David Lynch, depicting enigmatic scenes of everyday life in the streets and houses of suburban American towns.

The ‘construction’ of Gregory Crewdson’s images is characterized by the use of cinematic processes involving a careful location research, sound and lighting equipment, and post-production using digital art and special effects...[+]

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