William Wegman (American, b. 1943) is an internationally-renowned artist with a prolific career spanning five decades. He is well known for his photographs of his beloved Weimaraners, a collaboration that began with his dog, Man Ray, in Los Angeles in 1970. The exhibition at Telfair Museums highlights the evidence of the artist's hand in Wegman's work, as well as his use of humor to find unexpected and surprising ideas within everyday objects and scenarios. Included in the exhibition are drawings, paintings, altered photographs, 20 x 24 inch Polaroids and a selection of early videos from the 1970s. Across all these media, Wegman demonstrates a continual interest in working and reworking his imagery, thus "improving" it with his particular sense of logic and play.
Museum members free, non-members general admission
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