Gregory Crewdson — Cathedral of the Pines

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Cathedral of the Pines is a new body of work by the acclaimed American artist Gregory Crewdson.

For this exhibition Crewdson has departed from his usual suburban subjects to explore human relationships within natural environments -- within the vast forests of Massachusetts, in small rural towns, and on the edge of rivers.

The scenes are thus charged with both intimacy and isolation. We see people lost in thought, sitting on a flatbed truck, and standing naked in a river. What fate awaits these anonymous figures is left to the viewer's imagination.

Visually alluring and often deeply disquieting, these pictures are the result of an intricate production process that is meticulous as any movie director.

 

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