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Project 1 Research Point (iv) concluded

The emotional depth in Crewdson’s work is of a kind that depends almost completely on the viewer’s interpretation of the elaborate tableau image (see above). Another way of expressing this is that Crewdson’s photographs possess an ‘incompleteness’ (Banks, 2008). 671 more words

Context And Narrative

Project 1 Research Point (iv)

Question: Gregory Crewdson’s practice is ‘an effective method of image-making’ but ‘it lacks the subtlety and nuance of Wall and diCorcia’s work’?

All three artists – Gregory Crewdson (b. 960 more words

Context And Narrative

Blog - Maddening Crowds

I was already bitter about not having the sort of extravagant and wasteful lifestyle that would allow me to hop over to Hong Kong for Alex Prager’s… 1,045 more words

Lecture Series | Tuesday Evenings at the Modern

This popular series of lectures by artists, architects, historians, and critics is free and open to the public.

Lectures begin at 7 pm. To assure seating, two free admission tickets can be picked up at the Modern’s admission desk beginning at 5 pm on the day of the lecture. 278 more words


All the World is Staged (Part 2)

After a successful photoshoot I was really excited to go through our images and we were very pleased to say the least! Everything that we had to consider ended up looking really good and I feel like our influences shone though in our images. 1,170 more words

Philip-Lorca DiCorcia

Philip-Lorca DiCorcia is an American photographer. He studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and attended Yale University where he received a Master of Fine Arts in Photography in 1979. 511 more words

All the World is Staged (Part 1)

Staging within photography is used in almost every photograph that we see, even the photographs that don’t look staged are still probably staged to some extent. 434 more words