NYC-ARTS Profile: Gregory Crewdson

Clip: Season 2016 Episode 170 | 5m 52s

Gregory Crewdson is known for his cinematic large-format narrative images. Inspired by movies and paintings, each of his meticulously crafted photographs contains a haunting and ambiguous narrative. With a career that has spanned almost three decades, he has been recognized internationally for his unique vision.

Aired: 03/31/16

Rating: NR

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