Conversation: The Photography of Gregory Crewdson

 Gregory Crewdson, (American b.1962), Untitled, 2007, archival inkjet print.Museum purchase, Kathryn Hurd Fund (M200814)

On Friday, August 19, 2011, the Williams College Museum of Art’s former Deputy Director and Chief Curator, John Stomberg, and the Berkshire Museum’s Interim Executive Director and Director of Interpretation, Maria Mingalone, will offer a lively conversation about the innovative work of photographer Gregory Crewdson. This talk, which takes place at the Berkshire Museum, is part of the artBerkshires’s weekend events called Decadence and Decay. Two of the photographs to be discussed are Untitled (debutante), 2007, currently on view at WCMA, and Untitled (Beneath the Roses), 2004, currently on view at the Berkshire Museum. The event, which is free and open to the public, begins at 5 p.m. Light refreshments will be served. RSVP to events@berkshiremuseum.org.

Please note this event takes place at the Berkshire Museum, 39 South Street (Route 7), Pittsfield, MA.


Above: Gregory Crewdson (American b. 1962), Untitled 2007, archival inkjet print. Museum purchase, Kathryn Hurd Fund, (M.2008.14). Courtesy of the artist and Luhring Augustine Gallery.

One Response to Conversation: The Photography of Gregory Crewdson

  1. Dave says:

    Something about the lighting he uses makes the setting look like miniatures. Very lonely and still.