TP
Two Palms
New York
Medium
Signature
Signed: recto in graphite
Publisher
Two Palms, NY

For the past 30 years, Terry Winters has occupied the same New York studio since his very first exhibition. A painter, draftsman, and printmaker, Winters began exhibiting in New York in 1977 after his graduation from Pratt Institute in 1971. While his early paintings possess a minimalism influenced by Brice Marden, his work evolved to depict organic shapes and abstracted images of botanicals, and schematic references to scientific processes. Although Winters’ work has become more complex over time, his process has remained the same—since the beginning, he has collected images and assembled collages of references to prepare ideas for his paintings. These collages reveal unforeseen connections between found images, which Winters likens to a “readymade” that he strives to perfect.

Established
Represented by industry leading galleries.
Collected by major museums
Tate, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Anderson Collection at Stanford University, Lincoln Center Vera List Art Project
Selected exhibitions
2017
Fast Forward: Paintings from the 1980sWhitney Museum of American Art
2015
LOUISIANA ON PAPER: TERRY WINTERSLouisiana Museum of Modern Art
2014
Terry Winters: Clocks and CloudsGemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl
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Ghost #9, 2018

Monoprint with engraving and embossment on Twinrocker handmade paper
30 3/8 × 23 1/8 in
77.2 × 58.7 cm
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US$15,000
Location
New York
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TP
Two Palms
New York
Medium
Signature
Signed: recto in graphite
Publisher
Two Palms, NY

For the past 30 years, Terry Winters has occupied the same New York studio since his very first exhibition. A painter, draftsman, and printmaker, Winters began exhibiting in New York in 1977 after his graduation from Pratt Institute in 1971. While his early paintings possess a minimalism influenced by Brice Marden, his work evolved to depict organic shapes and abstracted images of botanicals, and schematic references to scientific processes. Although Winters’ work has become more complex over time, his process has remained the same—since the beginning, he has collected images and assembled collages of references to prepare ideas for his paintings. These collages reveal unforeseen connections between found images, which Winters likens to a “readymade” that he strives to perfect.

Established
Represented by industry leading galleries.
Collected by major museums
Tate, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Anderson Collection at Stanford University, Lincoln Center Vera List Art Project
Selected exhibitions (3)
Other works by Terry Winters