Crewdson’s An Eclipse of Moths debuted this week at the Gagosian in Los Angeles. The collection is showing until November 21. In a statement, Crewdson said:
These pictures are a meditation on brokenness, a search, a longing, and a yearning for meaning and transcendence. The figures are surrounded by vast decaying industrial landscapes and the impinging nature—and there’s a certain underlying suggestion of anxiety. But I hope in the end the theme of nature persisting, and of figures seeking out light, offers hope for renewal, even redemption.
Along with the video collaboration, Tweedy wrote for a limited-edition book of An Eclipse for Moths that’s being released by Aperture. Find the book at Amazon. (Pitchfork earns a commission from purchases made through affiliate links on our site.)
Read Pitchfork’s feature “The Music That Made Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy.”
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