WHEN : 13th Oct, 2:00pm
WHERE : GOMA Cinémathèque
Gregory Crewdson is famous for his staged photographs that offer a surreal view of middle America. His work has been compared to the melancholic paintings of Edward Hopper and the American-gothic films of David Lynch. He is one of the most exciting and important artists working today.
‘Crewdson’s images compress the melodrama of an entire movie, or soap-opera season, into a single, elaborately constructed scene.’ — The New York Times.