Wilhelm Rinke
Sometimes a fluke works out just fine. In these works, Wilhelm Rinke reworks a print from a previous generation. As Rinke describes the work,
“These pictures show landscape photographs done by my father about 30 years ago who used to work as a graphic designer. By screen printing he wanted to create a contrast between nature and strict geometric forms. This was just an experimental effort and did not work out very well, because the pictures were incomplete and flawed in their printing. So I found these pictures in a kind of hidden place when I last visited my parents house and took a photograph of the photographs. Later on I retouched and completed the images digitally and that is how this personal but not very typical work of mine and my father emerged.”
To see more of Rinke’s work, click here. 
- Lee Jones
Wilhelm Rinke
Wilhelm Rinke
Sometimes a fluke works out just fine. In these works, Wilhelm Rinke reworks a print from a previous generation. As Rinke describes the work,
“These pictures show landscape photographs done by my father about 30 years ago who used to work as a graphic designer. By screen printing he wanted to create a contrast between nature and strict geometric forms. This was just an experimental effort and did not work out very well, because the pictures were incomplete and flawed in their printing. So I found these pictures in a kind of hidden place when I last visited my parents house and took a photograph of the photographs. Later on I retouched and completed the images digitally and that is how this personal but not very typical work of mine and my father emerged.”
To see more of Rinke’s work, click here. 
- Lee Jones
Wilhelm Rinke
Wilhelm Rinke
Sometimes a fluke works out just fine. In these works, Wilhelm Rinke reworks a print from a previous generation. As Rinke describes the work,
“These pictures show landscape photographs done by my father about 30 years ago who used to work as a graphic designer. By screen printing he wanted to create a contrast between nature and strict geometric forms. This was just an experimental effort and did not work out very well, because the pictures were incomplete and flawed in their printing. So I found these pictures in a kind of hidden place when I last visited my parents house and took a photograph of the photographs. Later on I retouched and completed the images digitally and that is how this personal but not very typical work of mine and my father emerged.”
To see more of Rinke’s work, click here. 
- Lee Jones
Wilhelm Rinke

Wilhelm Rinke

Sometimes a fluke works out just fine. In these works, Wilhelm Rinke reworks a print from a previous generation. As Rinke describes the work,

These pictures show landscape photographs done by my father about 30 years ago who used to work as a graphic designer. By screen printing he wanted to create a contrast between nature and strict geometric forms. This was just an experimental effort and did not work out very well, because the pictures were incomplete and flawed in their printing. So I found these pictures in a kind of hidden place when I last visited my parents house and took a photograph of the photographs. Later on I retouched and completed the images digitally and that is how this personal but not very typical work of mine and my father emerged.”

To see more of Rinke’s work, click here. 

- Lee Jones

(Source: artandsciencejournal.com)

Wilhelm Rinke

Sometimes a fluke works out just fine. In these works, Wilhelm Rinke reworks a print from a previous generation. As Rinke describes the work,

These pictures show landscape photographs done by my father about 30 years ago who used to work as a graphic designer. By screen printing he wanted to create a contrast between nature and strict geometric forms. This was just an experimental effort and did not work out very well, because the pictures were incomplete and flawed in their printing. So I found these pictures in a kind of hidden place when I last visited my parents house and took a photograph of the photographs. Later on I retouched and completed the images digitally and that is how this personal but not very typical work of mine and my father emerged.”

To see more of Rinke’s work, click here. 

- Lee Jones

(Source: artandsciencejournal.com)





  Posted on December 5, 2012

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