Gregory Crewdson, an American artist renown for his elaborately staged photographs of small-town life, digs into the commonplace and familiar to find images that are haunting, surreal and—most agree—profoundly unnerving.
With a twist. The problem is people. When they come into power, no matter what, they do bad things. The paintings are generally about people in power, it doesn’t matter what country…
A google search of the word ‘vagina’ brought up something interesting today: this post from Esquire’s culture blog. Stephen Marche’s editor set him loose on Naomi Wolf’s forthcoming book Vagina: A New Biography, a task which might have been better saved for someone … Continued