For the most part I have avoided posting photography for two reasons. One, I do not think I am a particularly good judge of photography. And two, I know too many of them. But the work of Gregory Crewdson, it seems to me, bears little resemblance to most photography. There is no capturing the fleeting moment here. These large inkjet prints are very, very carefully composed and arranged, the color and light manipulated to the desired effect. All in all his approach appears to have more in common with narrative painting than anything else. Of course I love it.
It was very difficult to select images to include here since I would like to have included so many more. So please check out the rest of his work at the Luhring Augustine gallery.
"Untitled (Shane), Summer 2006" archival inkjet print 57"x88"
"Untitled, Winter 2006" archival inkjet print 57"x88"
"Untitled, Summer 2003" Digital C-Print 64 1/4" x 94 1/4"
"Untitled (overturned bus)" 2001-2002 Digital C-Print 48"x60"
"Untitled, Winter 2007" archival inkjet print 57"x88"