Hyper-real, theatrical, filmic – these are just some of the labels attributed to the artworks of American photographer Gregory Crewdson, whose elaborately styled images form part of Crewdson’s exhibition In a Lonely Place, which is currently on show at the Centre for Contemporary Photography in Melbourne. In a Lonely Place comprises works from three different Crewdson collections – Beneath the Roses, Sanctuary and Fireflies.
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