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Gregory Crewdson

Rok: 2005
ISBN: 9783775716222
OKCZID: 110188728

Citace (dle ČSN ISO 690):
CREWDSON, Gregory, Stephan BERG, Martin HOCHLEITNER a Katy SIEGEL. Gregory Crewdson 1985-2005. Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz, c2007, 248 s. ISBN 978-3-7757-1622-2.
Zdroj: Národní knihovna České Republiky

Hodnocení: 3.5 / 5 (6 hlasů)



Gregory Crewdson's photographic series capture a particularly American state of normalcy--in dissolution. The viewer, at first seduced by what appears to be an idyllic scene, soon discovers subtle off-kilter elements more akin to Film Noir than an NBC comedy. In a work from his Twilight series, yellow school buses are parked outside white wooden houses, and students stand and lounge around in seeming passivity. Something is happening--what, we don't know. The vision is familiar yet unfamiliar, seemingly benign yet threatening. Crewdson goes to great lengths in dramatizing his disturbing suburban scenes, employing elaborate lighting, cranes, props, and extras, espousing a level of behind-the-scenes preparation more akin to the making of a Hollywood movie than the making of a still image. Here perhaps is one place to locate the eerie unreality and narrativity of his pictures, the creepy attention to detail so out of place, in the ordinary settings he evokes. Middle-class reality meets the other side of the normal here--by way of Sigmund Freud. I'm very struck by the still image, and I'm interested in the limitations of a photograph in terms of its narrative capacity to have an image that's frozen in time, and there's no before or after. --Gregory Crewdson Edited by Stephan Berg. Essays by Martin Hentschel, Martin Hochleitner, Urs Stahel and Stephan Berg. Hardcover, 11.75 x 10 in./200 pgs / 80 color and 100 b&w.

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