Terry Winters Prints 1999-2014

25.6.15 - 30.8.15

Terry Winters’ beautiful graphic works used patterns that recall biological forms and mathematical formula. That summer a wide selection of the American artist’s print worked was on show as a part of the Louisiana On Paper exhibition series.

C.L. Davids Fond og Samling has supported the exhibition.

Terry Winters (b. 1949 in Brooklyn, New York) was also a painter, but it was in prints that he displayed his whole potential. Few artists had explored the nooks and crannies of this medium to the same extent as Winters, and he was considered one of the most searching and prolific artists of his generation. The expression in Winters’ graphic universe was about spaces and systems behind the visible world, and in his artworks Terry Winters had always sought out a metaphysics of hidden forces and energies that transcended the creative process.

Theatrical art, dance and music were also strong sources of inspiration for Winters. In his work rhythm, time, motion and light were visualized as open, dynamic elements that all influenced one another. The exhibition was presented in collaboration with Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, Maine and Staatliche Graphische Sammlung, Munich.