Placing Space, Picturing Time
Time, Space and Emergent Pictoriality in Some Recent Painting(s) by Terry Winters
Charles Stein’s work comprises a complexly integrated field of poems, prose reflections, translations, drawings, photographs, lectures, conversations, and performances. His essay on Terry Winters’ paintings examines a body of work that develop an abstract language that explores the interaction between information and imagination.
About the Author
Charles Stein, born in 1944 in New York City, is the author of thirteen books of poetry including There Where You Do Not Think To Be Thinking, (Spuyten Duyvil) and a verse translation of The Odyssey (North Atlantic Books). His critical writing includes a study of poet Charles Olson s use of the writing of C.G. Jung, The Secret of the Black Chrysanthemum (Station Hill Press) and a collaboration with George Quasha on the work of Gary Hill, An Art of Limina: Gary Hill’s Works & Writings, Ediciones Poligrafa.
Born in 1949 in New York City, Terry Winters has had solo exhibitions at Tate Gallery, London; the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Whitechapel Art Gallery, London; the Kunsthalle, Basel; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; and the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin. In 2013, Winters was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Winters lives and works in New York City and Columbia County, New York. He is represented by the Matthew Marks Gallery in New York and Los Angeles.