06.11.2011 – 12.02.2012, in the 2-Raum

Indian Ink Drawings and wood sculptures from Jo Winter

When you hear the word vegetation, you think of plants and how they grow. In "Vegetations" from the artist Jo Winter, you will also be confronted by different, abstract implementations and forms of plants and plant life: buds, tree sections and complete, stylised trees. It tackles the topics of envelopment and breaking out, it represents sharpness and softness, concealment and exposure.

The artist creates this in wood with a chainsaw and on transparent paper with brush and Indian ink. A small selection from his collection of organic creations appearing as they do to be almost alive, hinting at growth and change, will be on show at the Museum Biedermann Reading Room until February.


The following publication is available on request for this exhibition:

  • Jo Winter

    Museum Biedermann Donaueschingen / modo Verlag Freiburg, 2011 (Language: German, English)