Medium: Giclee print in archival inks on Inshu Kozo paper
Size: 63.5 x 46 cm
Edition of 25
Produced for Camden Arts Centre's 50th Anniversary.
'Yellow is the closest colour to white, certainly in terms of tone. And an image that gravitates towards whites might be thought of as tentative, except that yellow pronounces it's presence and advances forward. To keep it in place, to render its variations, to use it as the only palette, is to frame the viewing experience with perceptual problematics. Judas is usually depicted wearing yellow. This art school studio interior awaits the nailing up of screens, for the enclosure of its space.' - Paul Winstanley
Paul Winstanley was born in Manchester in 1954. He graduated from painting at Cardiff College of Art in 1976 and the Slade in 1978. Winstanley has been exhibiting since the late 1970s and over the past two decades he has had regular solo exhibitions in London, Paris, Munich and New York. His first major retrospective was held at the Auckland Art Space in New Zealand in 2008. Other solo shows include Annexe, Tate Britain, 1998 and Driven Landscapes, Camden Arts Centre, London, 1993. Recent group shows include Aesthetic Harmonies, Colby College, Maine, 2015; Lifelike, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 2011; UNSCHARF: Nach Gerhard Richter, Kunsthalle Hamburg, 2011; Self as Selves, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, 2009; Inside Architecture, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 2008 and 8 Visions, One Dream, Today Art Museum, Beijing, 2008. He is represented by Kerlin Gallery.
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