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Jim Dine : the alchemy of images

Author: Marco Livingstone; Jim Dine
Publisher: New York : Monacelli Press, 1998.
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Jim Dine has produced more than three thousand paintings, sculptures, drawings, and prints, as well as performance works, stage and book designs, poetry, and even music. His art has been the subject of numerous individual and group shows and is in the permanent collections of museums around the world. This illustrated volume, full of fresh insights and incorporating short essays by Dine himself, is the most
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Livingstone, Marco.
Jim Dine.
New York : Monacelli Press, 1998
(OCoLC)607087021
Named Person: Jim Dine; Jim Dine; Jim Dine; Jim Dine; Jim Dine
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marco Livingstone; Jim Dine
ISBN: 1885254792 9781885254795
OCLC Number: 38964044
Description: 352 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 32 cm.
Other Titles: Alchemy of images
Responsibility: Marco Livingstone ; with commentary by Jim Dine.
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Jim Dine has produced more than three thousand paintings, sculptures, drawings, and prints, as well as performance works, stage and book designs, poetry, and even music. His art has been the subject of numerous individual and group shows and is in the permanent collections of museums around the world. This illustrated volume, full of fresh insights and incorporating short essays by Dine himself, is the most comprehensive study ever published on his work.

Author Marco Livingstone, who has curated two Dine retrospectives and written about his art on numerous occasions, has documented and analyzed the evolution of both the man and his work. The book opens with a brief overview, from the experimental works of the late 1950s to the mature period inaugurated by Dine's return to life drawing in the mid-1970s, a development characterized by a consistent search for and development of an individual, highly personal voice. Livingstone then turns to a discussion of themes and practices that illuminate the art in unexpected ways.

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