Jim Dine: New Paintings, Photographs, and Sculpture

 
9781930743366: Jim Dine: New Paintings, Photographs, and Sculpture
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The catalogue for an exhibition of paintings, photographs, and one sculpture by Jim Dine, held concurrently at PaceWildenstein and Pace/Macgill galleries, NYC. Essay by Vincent Katz. 48 pages; 16 full-page color plates + 6 color text illustrations; 10.25 x 10 inches.

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JIM DINE} Jim Dine {Artist} with Vincent Katz {Essay Written By}
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Book Description PaceWildenstein, New York City, New York, 2004. Soft Cover. Condition: Fine. Not Given. "Jim Dine is familiar to many as an artist of change, mercurial, probing, hardly if ever settling down-a wunderkind fresh from Cincinnati who wowed the New York scene in the early 1960s with his jump into a theatrical imagination of streets andf junk, transformed into brittle minutes in small spaces, enacting private rituals that would resound for years to come under the slightly dated name of 'Happenings.' Dine's paintings took off from that point, first in raw visions of daily life thaty could seem like artifacts from performances, then quickly hitting his stride in large-scale, ambitious paintings that secured his leap from this year's model to serious painter. From the 1960s until today, Dine has delighted audighted audiences by his unpredictability. He is prolific in sculpture, drawing, printmaking, and now photography, as well as painting. He has devoted energy to writing poetry-it has appeared with renewed urgancy in his recent photographs-and he has often collaborated with writers." {Vincent Katz}. This book has 48 pages and is profusely illustrated. Seller Inventory # 059262

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