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From April 23 until May 24, White Cube gallery in London will feature Gregory Crewdson‘s exhibition of photographs. Crewdson’s pictures are related to the lives of families in small towns of America . His shots are not always a rosy picture of the “American Dream”.
Crewdson conducted the shows shots in a small town in upstate Massachusetts, and the scenery of his pictures varies from landscapes to house interiors. Crewdson might sometimes use 50 people for one image, furthermore his process can take two to three days.
A Gregory Crewdson work White Cube
Gregory Crewdson was born in 1962 in New York, and first was a guitarist in a punk band and now is a professor at Yale. Currently, some of his pictures sell at auction for up to $100,000 where he continues to live and work. Some of his solo exhibitions include Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome (2007), V&A Museum, London (2006), Mori Art Museum, Tokyo (2005), Guggenheim Museum, New York (2004) and Museum of Modern Art, New York (2000). The photographs in the show will be published in a book by Abrams, with an essay by Russell Banks related to the exhibition
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