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Gregory Crewdson is one of the today's most influential contemporary photographers. His elaborately staged photographs are the equivalent of big-budget Hollywood films, with a consistent narrative thread on small-town suburban life. The Brooklyn-born photographer's work is ambitious in scope and scale. The dramatic depiction of the dark-side beneath American beauty has earned him many accolades throughout his career. He has even had the opportunity to 'direct' thespians like Tilda Swinton…

The dark side of suburbia shown through cinematic photography


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

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

William Eggleston

Huntsville, Alabama, ca. 1970 William Eggleston (American, born Dye transfer print 18 x 12 in. x cm) Gift of Jeffrey Fraenkel and Frish Brandt, 1991 © Eggleston Artistic Trust

David LaChapelle: Landscape

Available for sale from Paul Kasmin Gallery, David LaChapelle, Gas 76 Chromogenic print, 72 × 95 in