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WEGMAN, William (Holyoke, Massachusetts 1943)William Wegman. Why Draw?

New York,  Sperone WestWater 1990 - Prima edizione di 1000 copie (First Edition of 1000 copies)

Volume published on the occasion of the exhibition 'William Wegman: Drawings' at the Sperone Westwater Gallery, New York, March - April 1990. Reproduction of an autograph text by the artist with small drawings n.t. ("Why Draw?"). With 95 four-colour and black-and-white plates printed on heavy matt paper. List of works

Cm 30x24,  pp. 220 Rilegato, sovracoperta (hard cover, dust jacket)  Ottimo (Fine)

William Wegman was born in 1943 in Holyoke, Massachusetts. He received a B.F.A. in painting from the Massachusetts College of Art, Boston in 1965 and an M.F.A. in painting from the University of Illinois, Champagne-Urbana in 1967. From 1968 to 1970 he taught at the University of Wisconsin. In the fall of 1970 he moved to Southern California where he taught for one year at California State College, Long Beach. By the early 70s, Wegman's work was being exhibited in museums and galleries internationally. In addition to solo shows with Sonnabend Gallery in Paris and New York, Situation Gallery in London and Konrad Fisher Gallery in Dusseldorf, his work was included in such seminal exhibitions as “When Attitudes Become Form,” at the Kunsthalle Bern in 1969 and “Documenta V” in Kassel in 1972. His work was regularly featured in Interfunktionen, Artforum and Avalanche magazines.