Our first large scale project with Gregory Crewdson was framing his exhibition “Beneath the Roses” in 2008, an exhibition that opened in three different galleries simultaneously: Gagosian Gallery, Luhring Augustine and White Cube. The frames were maple, sprayed white, each 57 x 88”. Luxar laminated glass was chosen for clarity, UV protection and minimal reflection. The process of fabricating these frames is described in our Making a Frame section.
“I began working with Bark Frameworks in 2006, when they framed my Fireflies series. These pictures are small, intimate and one-of-a-kind. The frames were elegant and subtle and served to echo the mood of the work perfectly.
I have employed Bark to frame every one of my pictures since then, including my series Beneath the Roses- an epic endeavor. The frames that they produced for these pictures are completely exquisite.” Gregory Crewdson.
More about Gregory Crewdson and this exhibition can be found at Gagosian Gallery.