Catalog of an exhibition held at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Feb. 12-May 16, 1999, and the Cincinnati Art Museum, Oct. 22, 1999-Jan. 9, 2000
Includes an interview with the artist by Germano Celant and Clare Bell
Includes bibliographical references (p. 238-243) and index
Jim Dine (b. 1935) is one of America's best-known image-makers. This book, published to accompany the first major exhibition of Dine's work from the 1960s, reproduces a broad selection of his early mixed-media works, paintings, and sculptures. Many of the works featured in this volume contain elements of the now-familiar themes of Dine's career: tools, robes, hearts, palettes, and domestic interiors
Bringing together fascinating performance photographs with vivid full-color reproductions, the book is the first to explore the complex relationship between Dine's mixed-media works and his environments and theater pieces
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