INQUIRE ABOUT WORKS AVAILABLE BY JIM DINE: Click here to view the exhibition Essential Jim Dine, Blouin Art Info – “Jim Dine’s Profound Self-Portraits At the Albertina”, Blouin Art Info – “Sneak Peek: What to Expect at Art Basel in Basel 2016”, The Guardian – “Jim Dine Gives 234 Prints to the British Museum”, The New York Times – “Reinventing Venus and a Lying Puppet”, The New York Times – “An Artist-Owned Carriage House in the Village”, Las Vegas Sun – “Artist Jim Dine finds the Personal in the Popular”, Huffington Post Arts & Culture – “Jim Dine’s ‘Hello Yellow Glove’ Looks Back to Pinocchio”, Artnet – “Lone Wolf: An Interview with Jim Dine”, The Seattle Times – “Artist Jim Dine Brings Fresh Vision to the Familiar”, Deseret News – “Jim Dine: Sculpture Looks at Pop Artist’s Career”, Music Radar – “Beatles Unused Jim Dine Album Artwork for Sale”, Inlander – “Fall Arts Visual Arts – Jim Dine and the Walla Walla Foundry”, bmore art – “Front Room: Jim Dine at the BMA – Review”, Youtube – “In Conversation with Jim Dine”, Youtube – “Coversations: Jim Dine with Ruth Fine”, 77 Square – “Artist Jim Dine Gives Major Gift to the Chazen”, About.com – “The Heartfelt Art of Jim Dine”, Tap Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – “When it Comes to Symbols, You Gotta Have [Heart]”. The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts purchased six works by Dine, and in 1983 he was a juror in “The Next Juried Show” at the VMFA, judging prints and drawings. (Catalogue), 1965 – “Jim Dine: Recent Paintings,” Robert Fraser Gallery, London, United Kingdom (catalogue), 1964 – “Jim Dine,” Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, New York  (catalogue), 1963 – “Jim Dine,” Galerie Rudolf Zwirner, Cologne, Germany, 1963 – “Jim Dine,” Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, Belgium, 1963 – “Jim Dine,” Galerie Ileana Sonnabend, Paris, France (catalogue), 1963 – “New Paintings by Jim Dine,” Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, New York (catalogue), 1962 – “Jim Dine,” Galleria dell’Ariete, Milan, Italy (catalogue), 1962 – “Jim Dine: New Works,” Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, New York (catalogue), 1960 – “Jim Dine,” Reuben Gallery, New York, New York, 1960 – “Jim Dine: The House,” Judson Gallery, New York, New York, Blouin Art Info – “Jim Dine’s Profound Self-Portraits At the Albertina” by Nicholas Forrest, Blouin Art Info – “Sneak Peek: What to Expect at Art Basel in Basel 2016”by Nicholas Forrest, The Guardian – “Jim Dine Gives 234 Prints to the British Museum” by Mark Brown, The New York Times – “Reinventing Venus and a Lying Puppet” by Martha Schwendener, The New York Times – “An Artist-Owned Carriage House in the Village” by Robin Finn, Las Vegas Sun – “Artist Jim Dine finds the Personal in the Popular” by Jean E. Feinberg, Huffington Post Arts & Culture – “Jim Dine’s ‘Hello Yellow Glove’ Looks Back to Pinocchio”  Artnet – “Lone Wolf: An Interview with Jim Dine” by Ilka Skobie, The Seattle Times – “Artist Jim Dine Brings Fresh Vision to the Familiar”by Robin Updike, Artslant – “Jim Dine: Telephone Call” interview by Nicholas James, Deseret News – “Jim Dine: Sculpture Looks at Pop Artist’s Career” by David Runk, The Morgan Library & Museum – “Jim Dine: The Glyptotek Drawings Online Exhibition: Putting Light into the Drawings”, Music Radar – “Beatles Unused Jim Dine Album Artwork for Sale” by Joe Bosso, Inlander – “Fall Arts Visual Arts – Jim Dine and the Walla Walla Foundry”by Sheri Boggs, bmore art – “Front Room: Jim Dine at the BMA – Review” by Cara Ober, Youtube – “In Conversation with Jim Dine” video posted by Getty Museum, Youtube – “Coversations: Jim Dine with Ruth Fine” video posted by UNMLive, 77 Square – “Artist Jim Dine Gives Major Gift to the Chazen” by Gayle Worland, About.com – “The Heartfelt Art of Jim Dine” by Lisa Marder, Tap Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – “When it Comes to Symbols, You Gotta Have [Heart]” by Mary Louise Schumacher, Oil and spray acrylic on canvas with metal, rope, boot, sock and aluminum, 72-1/8″ x 72-1/8″ x 9″ (183 x 183 x 18 cm), Acrylic, sand and charcoal on canvas, mounted on wood, Oil, acrylic, sand, and charcoal on linen, 48-1/4″ x 96-1/4″ x 1-5/8″ (122.6 x 244.5 x 4.1 cm), Triptych: Oil, acrylic, sand and charcoal on canvas, Each canvas: 60″ x 48″ x 1-1/2″ (152.4 x 121.9 x 3.8 cm), Diptych: Acrylic, charcoal, collage, and 14 tools and other objects on hooks on canvas, Acrylic and sand on linen with wooden strip between the two panels, Sizes vary; the largest is 62-1/4″ x 19″ x 19″, 20″ x 38-1/2″ x 3-1/2″ (50.8 x 97.8 x 8.9 cm), Unique lithograph, hand colored with gouache, oil, and wax crayon, Acrylic, spray-paint, charcoal, paper elements, oil pastel, magazine reproductions, and pencil on paper, Woodcut in black with extensive hand painting on five sheets of paper, Etching and collograph on Bright White Hahnemuhle paper, Sheet: 57-1/2″ x 84-1/2″ (146 x 214.6 cm), 28 color woodcut from 15 blocks on Fabriano Artistico 640 gsm paper, Sheet: 51-1/4″ x 83-1/2″ (130.4 x 212 cm), Image: 45-3/4″ x 79-1/4″ (116.5 x 201 cm), Cardboard relef and cardboard intaglio on Arches Cover White; cut and deckle edges, Sheet: 57-5/8″ x 41-7/8″ (146.4 x 106.4 cm), Cardboard relief and cardboard intaglio on Arches Cover White; cut and deckle edges, Woodcut, three hand-applied collaged elements, power-tool abrasions and lacerations, and hand-painted acrylic on Hahnemuhle 350gm Off White paper, Woodcut with hand coloring on Japan Daitoku paper, Woodcut, power-tool abrasions and lacerations, with hand-painted acrylic and Glycero on Hahnemuhle 350 gsm Off White paper, Smallest Print: 20-1/4" x 16-1/8" (51.4 x 40.6 cm), Largest Print: 26" x 20-3/8" (66 x 51.75 cm), 2018 – “Jim Dine Paris Reconnaissance,” Centre Pompidou, Paris, France.

In 1967 verhuisde hij naar Londen, waar hij zich gedurende vier jaar verder ontwikkelde en samenwerkte met Eduardo Paolozzi. ©2018 Artnet Worldwide Corporation. These provided commercial as well as critical success, but left Dine unsatisfied. Dine studied

Pioneered with artists Claes Oldenburg and Allan Kaprow, in conjunction with musician John Cage, the "Happenings" were chaotic performance art that was a stark contrast with the more somber mood of the expressionists popular in the New York art world. Cookies werden u.a. Dine first became known in the art world as a progenitor of "Happenings," interactive performance pieces that grew out of the experimental art scene in New York City during the late 1950s.

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