Sno Glo

by William Wegman

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Artist Statement

Penny, the subject of this photo, was one of my most patient and easy to work with dogs as well as one of the sweetest. She would hold a pose for as long as necessary and even hold her breath if we asked her too. Fortunately, it was not necessary for her to hold her breath or to even sit still for very long for this photo. Sno Glo is a double exposure made with the huge 20x24 Polaroid camera. Double exposures were very interesting to me at the time. It’s a classic photo trick in which two pictures are taken on the same piece of film. In the 19th century, this same trick was used to make spirit photos. I like the way it encourages you to suspend belief in what you are seeing. 

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Hahnemuhle Fine Art Baryta

Edition Structure:
10”x8” | edition of 100
14”x11” | edition of 500
20”x16” | edition of 50
24”x20” | edition of 10

William Wegman

A pioneer video artist, conceptualist, photographer, painter and writer, William Wegman moves fluidly among various media: from conceptual works to commissioned magazine shots; videos shown in museums to television segments made for Sesame Street and Saturday Night Live; artists' books to children's books and from photographic collaborations with his Weimaraner muses to his most recent cycle of paintings combining found postcards with drawing, collage and painting. Recent exhibitions of his work include William Wegman and California Conceptualism at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and William Wegman: Being Human, a traveling exhibition of thirty years of photographic work. Learn more about... Read More
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