Gregory Crewdson may be a photographer, but production of his pictures is more akin to Hollywood filmmaking. Rehan Dad ’15 reviews the film made about the artist, Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters, which is showing on Tuesday at the Schwartz.
With the 2012 elections long over and the public fed up with hearing about them, Arts and Entertainment Editor Zachary Zahos '15 tackles the subject nonetheless, asking what photos and videos of Obama and Romney stood out from the rest and whether or not they captured their subject in a positive or negative light.
Physicist and photographer Thibault Roland returns to Mann Gallery with a raging but poised photo travelogue that reflects the mystique and romance of the road trip. Arts and Entertainment Editor Daveen Koh '14 reviews Terra Nova, on display at Mann Library till Oct. 28.
At the Johnson, Heather McAdams '14 is compelled by the dichotomies inherent in memory. She writes, a picture may be worth a thousand words, but a single photograph can’t always capture the whole story.