Drawings and Videotapes



William Wegman had an early solo exhibition titled Drawings and Videotapes at The Kitchen in 1976. The installation, which was meant to mimic a library, consisted of drawings and videotapes by Wegman that were placed on tables among various books. Drawings and Videotapes came at a point in Wegman’s career when video and photography were increasingly becoming the primary mediums in which he worked.

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