Edward Winters studied painting at Portsmouth Polytechnic and at The Slade School of Fine Art. His work as a Systems Artist presumed a particular philosophical outlook which, after taking a PhD in Philosophy at UCL, he found unsustainable. He now works with narrative depiction and assemblage.
He taught aesthetics for many years to both architects and artists at University of Westminster, West Dean College and University of Kent. He has published widely on aesthetics and art criticism and is a regular contributor to international conferences on the philosophy of art. His book, Aesthetics and Architecture, is published by Continuum. He is presently working on a monograph, together with a set of digital prints, entitled, Málaga Suite/Suite Malagueña – a philosophical travelogue including fictional elements and historical notes on Málaga in the Spanish Civil War.
He has a studio in the ACME Childers Street complex.
Fallen Down, Slade Gallery, London, 2003
The Lake Within, Slade Gallery, London, 2001
New Paintings for the Old Ceremony, Slade Gallery, London, 1996
The London School of Painting and Drawing, London, 2006
The Slade at West Dean, West Dean Gallery, Chichester, 2004
The Colony Room Club 50th Anniversary Exhibition, A22 Gallery, London, 2002
Still Life, Slade gallery, London, 1998
30 Years of Fine Art Fellows, Cheltenham College of Art, Cheltenham, 1997
Rational Practice, Gardner Centre, University of Sussex, Falmer, 1977
Whitechapel Open, London, 1977
Cross Reference II, Polytechnic of Central London, 1976
Cross Reference, University of Kent, Canterbury, 1975