Dublin 2, 2009
- Photopolymer intaglio in two colours on Kitikata paper
- Plate size: 14 x 16 1/2 inches
- Sheet size: 16 3/4 x 20 5/8 inches
- Signed and numbered by artist
Edition of 30
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Photopolymer Intaglio in black a silver on exquisite handmade Kitikata paper this pair of prints by American artist Terry Winters was created to celebrate his large scale exhibition at IMMA in 2009.
See also Dublin 1 Print:
Terry Winters, primarily known for his painting and drawings, is also renowned as a printmaker. His works invoke networks of modular forms and structures, and employ an instinctive, unruly, symbolic language that is based on botanical, biological and technological sciences. He began making prints in 1983 and since this first group of lithographs, the Morula series, 1983–84, he has experimented with various printmaking processes including etching, screenprinting, linoleum and woodcutting. From a recent series, Dublin 1 and Dublin 2 are controlled within the borders, show impressions from the plate’s edges, and suggest molecular or cellular systems. A grid system is interrupted by organic knot-like forms in Dublin 1, while lines weave to create a structural motif in Dublin 2. In 2009, IMMA presented Signal to Noise, a survey of the past ten years of painting and drawing by Terry Winters, which tracked the painter’s evolving relationship with abstract imagery.
"These new images directly relate to my recent paintings and drawings. I’ve tried to work without a sense of hierarchy between mediums and printmaking has always been an essential part of my practice"
Terry Winters, 2009
Terry Winters was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1949. He studied Fine Art at Pratt University,
New York, graduating in 1971. Major international solo exhibitions include the Whitney
Museum of American Art, 1991; the Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, 1999; Kunsthalle,
Basel, 2000; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 2001; Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, 2003 and the Addison Gallery of American Art, 2004. Winters is currently based in New York City and Columbia County, New York.