Laumeier Sculpture Park Explores the Complex Dog-Human Relationship

artwork: William Wegman - A scene from "William Wegman's Fay's Twelve Days of Christmas." - Image courtesy of Microcinema International.

ST. LOUIS, MO.- Laumeier Sculpture Park presents an exhibition that examines the complex intersection between our human behavior and that of our domesticated partners. Dog Days of Summer features the work of ten artists spanning nearly three centuries in both the indoor and outdoor exhibition spaces at Laumeier. The show explores the relationship between humans and canines as depicted in visual art, from an 18th century drawing to a 21st century site specific installation. The mutual impact humans and dogs have had on each other over time is a particular focus.