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Boy in the world : (a memoir)

Author: Jim Dine; Hasse Persson; Borås konstmuseum.
Publisher: Göttingen : Steidl, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st Steidl edView all editions and formats
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Re-telling the story of Pinocchio the wooden puppet becoming a boy, but this time not only in a metaphorical way, the art works assembled in this book give an idea of the importance of this story to the author, who built a sculpture of the puppet boy for a community in Sweden, and of the creative process up to its inauguration.
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Genre/Form: Exhibitions
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Dine, Jim, 1935-
Boy in the world.
Göttingen : Steidl, 2009
(OCoLC)653490618
Named Person: Jim Dine; Jim Dine; Jim Dine
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jim Dine; Hasse Persson; Borås konstmuseum.
ISBN: 9783865219312 3865219314
OCLC Number: 416297184
Notes: Cover title.
"Borås Konstmuseum/Borås Museum of Modern Art, Jim Dine, Boy in the world: May 28-September 20, 2009"--Colophon.
Published in association with Borås Museum.
Includes essay, Jim Dine in Borås, by Hasse Persson (p. [158-159]).
Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 22 x 31 cm
Other Titles: Jim Dine in Borås.
Jim Dine : boy in the world
Jim Dine's Pinocchio
Responsibility: [Jim Dine ; book design: Jim Dine].

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Re-telling the story of Pinocchio the wooden puppet becoming a boy, but this time not only in a metaphorical way, the art works assembled in this book give an idea of the importance of this story to the author, who built a sculpture of the puppet boy for a community in Sweden, and of the creative process up to its inauguration.

" ... Borås Konstmuseum decided to show a great number of Dine's Pinocchio works in different media, in order for the public to gain a broader understanding of his now famous sculpture Walking to Borås ... The present catalogue ... touches on the relationship between Dine and Borås"--Page [159].

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