Details:

In this photograph, the canine subject becomes both classical sculpture and iconic portrait. The artist has captured a basketball frozen in seemingly impossible balance atop the dog’s motionless head.
Unframed
Edition of 150
Signed

① Artwork:

Game

A study in compositions and color, this photograph depicts a canine subject as both classical sculpture and iconic portrait. The artist has captured a basketball frozen in seemingly impossible balance atop the dog’s motionless head.

Wegman is best known for comedic photographs of his Weimaraner dogs. The artist outfits his canine subjects with costumes and props and poses them in humorous and often quite human positions and situations.

Specs:

17.5 inches
21 inches

③ Artist:

William Wegman

William Wegman is best known for comedic photographs of his Weimaraner dogs. The artist outfits his subjects with costumes and props and poses them in humorous and often quite human positions and situations. Wegman began working with his dog Man Ray, named after the surrealist artist, before creating work with Fan Ray, the successor to his first canine subject; the artist eventually employed Fan Ray's litter as subjects in a number of works in the 1990s.

William Wegman:
Game, 2000
Iris print
21.0 × 17.5 inches /