Winfried Wolk

Between Carnival and Ash Wednesday

Winfried Wolk is a brilliant draughtsman with a penchant for the grotesque and for satirical exaggeration. His general theme is the relationship between the individual and society, which he analyses with ironic distance and whose contradictions and conflicts he illustrates. He plumbs the depths of taboos, sometimes emerging as a visionary utopian.
Winfried Wolk’s art provokes, polarises and exposes illusions. It also promotes dialogue, moves, impresses and displays a stunning ambivalence in its unabashed joy of drawing – passionately in the moment and bursting with small surprises.
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Winfried Wolk

June 2011

ISBN 978-3-86678-546-5

21,00 × 25,00 cm

224 pages

118 colored and 65 b/w illustrations

Hardcover, bound

Languages: German

Der Freundeskreis Winfried Wolk, represented by Ulrich Krell, Barbara Krell and Eva Maria Adler authors Eva Maria Adler, Günter Blutke, Jörg-Heiko Bruns, Richard Christ, Peter Huse, Ingrid Katzmarski-Leps, Marcus Kenzler, Ulrich Krell, Barbara Melchert, Rolf Münzner, Veronika Pahl, Stefan Reker, Werner Stockfisch, Sabine Sülflohn, Christoph Tannert, Jochen Thies, Wolfgang Vogelmann and Constanze Wolk graphic design Winfried Wolk

The illustrated book was published on the occasion of the exhibitions „Winfried Wolk - Zwischen Karneval und Aschermittwoch“, 28 May to 4 July 2011, Galerie in der Burg Neustadt-Glewe, and 3 September 2011 to 15 January 2012, Kunstarchiv Burg Beeskow.