Some images are so deeply ingrained in the American vernacular, they jolt us with their familiarity. A major new monograph, Gregory Crewdson (Rizzoli), with an introduction byNancy Spector and a series of image-inspired short narratives by Jonathan Lethem,captures nearly three decades of the photographer’s iconic work. 

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135,00 €

From the elaborately staged, small-town New England set pieces that made him famous to his delicate, little-seen black and whites of frenzied fireflies shot by the artist during a solitary summer at a family cabin in the Berkshires, this defining collection reveals an artist touched in equal measure by the magic of cinema and a more private, otherworldy strangeness, the “moments between moments” of isolation and wonderment. 


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