abrams  •  “Although William Wegman made his reputation as a photographer who combined wry humor and conceptualism, [he is] an accomplished painter with a sophisticated, highly individual style.” Tatiana Istomina, Art in America | “With flickering strokes and dabs of paint, Mr. Wegman mimics the postcard imagery so effectively that as you scan the surfaces you often lose track of what is painted and what is photographic. . . Surfing the paradoxical flux of fact and fiction is more than just entertaining: it’s a philosophical trip.” Ken Johnson, New York Times | 9.75 x 12 inches, 176 pages