Multimedia: Visiting William Wegman’s Maine (New York Times)

 

William Wegman, "Fox Hole," 2002, chromogenic print, 11 x 14 in.

William Wegman, "Fox Hole," 2002, chromogenic print, 11 x 14 in.

 

The New York Times shines a spotlight on the Bowdoin College Museum of Art exhibition William Wegman: Hello Nature with a full-page spread in Sunday’s Arts & Leisure section, whose online version also includes both a slideshow and a video of Wegman and his famous Weimaraners at the artist’s home in Rangeley, Maine.

“[The exhibition's] ostensible focus is his attachment to the western mountains of Maine, where he has summered for over 30 years,” writes Carol Kino in the review. “Yet the true thread running through it is Mr. Wegman’s lifelong fascination with nature itself, and his affection for the many ways it has been revered, romanticized and interfered with by human beings.” Read the article in its entirety.

 

Comments

  1. I think it should be “Rangeley” instead of Rangley.

  2. What a great exhibit! A must-see next time you are in Brunswick!

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