Archipelago of the Mind
British artist Christopher Winter (*1968) is a figurative painter, performance and installation artist. His work is influenced primarily by literature, film and politics. He has a particular interest in fairy tales, folk rituals and often questions the nature of our reality. Winter's paintings are mysterious yet also have a narrative element.
This is the second monograph to be published on his painting by Kerber Verlag. It is aimed to compliment the preceding one and illuminate his previously unseen installation and performance work. The book is arranged in themed “Islands”, works are not organised chronologically. The reader is then invited to visit “Libertine Island”, “Deep Forest Island” or “Reality Island” as they sail amongst The Archipelago of the Mind. A map at the front of the book guides our way.
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24 × 30 cm
101 colored and 13 b/w illustrations
Languages: German, English
Christopher Winter, Ralf F. Hartmann for the Bezirksamt Spandau von Berlin, ZAK – Zentrum für Aktuelle Kunst, Zitadelle, Berlin
Amrita Dhillon, Mark Gisbourne, Ralf F. Hartmann, Dirk Lehr, Christopher Winter
Heiko Jansen, Grafische Konzeption & Gestaltung, Berlin
“ARCHIPELAGO OF THE MIND“, Book Launch and Opening of the Exhibition, Saturday 9th October 2021, ZAK – Center for Contemporary Art Zitadelle, Am Juliusturm 64, 13599 Berlin