In later paintings Winters drew on a range of sources such as architectural renderings, medical photographs and computer graphics, and to fold and layer the subject-matter in such a complex manner that the picture conveyed an abstract imaginary space. In pictures such as Parallel Rendering 2 (1996; London, Tate), Winters developed a painterly language of dense webs and folds that use hidden systems to form a suggested core or interior space.
Terry Winters: Eight Paintings (exh. cat., essay J. Lewison, London, Tate, 1986)
Terry Winters (exh. cat., essays L. Phillips and K. Kertess, Los Angeles, CA, Mus. Contemp. A.; New York, Whitney, 1991)
M. Semff, intro.: Terry Winters: Foundations and Systems, Fifty New Drawings by Terry Winters (Munich, 1995)
Terry Winters: Computation of Chains (exh. cat., interview with A. Fuss, New York, Matthew Marks Gal., 1997)
10 December 2000
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