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Jim Dine

ADAA: The Art Show

Jim Dine Tomatoes in September, 2014. charcoal, pastel, and watercolor on paper, 39-1/2" x 54-1/8.

Jim Dine Tomatoes in September, 2014. charcoal, pastel, and watercolor on paper, 39-1/2" x 54-1/8.
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About Jim Dine

吉姆·戴恩(b. 1935, 辛辛那提,俄亥俄)曾于辛辛那提大学和波士顿博物馆学院学习,并于阿森斯的俄亥俄大学获得艺术学士学位,同时学习该校研究生项目。他于1958 年移居纽约,1959 年举办第一个群展, 1960 年举办第一个个展。戴恩随后迅速成为纽约艺术界的活跃分子。他与艺术家克拉斯·欧登伯格和罗伯特·惠特曼一起进行了众多史无前例的创造。自从他在1960 年的第一个个人展览开始,戴恩的绘画、雕塑、 摄影以及版画作品已经在世界各地将近300 个个展中展出。戴恩自从 1976 年起由佩斯画廊代理。
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Press Release

  • Pace Presents Jim Dine at ADAA: The Art Show

    Park Avenue Armory, Park Avenue & 67th Street, New York

    Pace, Booth C3

    March 4–8, 2015

    New York—Continuing its fifteen-year tradition of dedicating its ADAA booth to one artist, Pace is pleased to present Jim Dine’s botanical drawings at the 2015 edition of The Art Show at the Park Avenue Armory. In his work across media, Dine employs vernacular imagery such as plants, hearts, Pinocchio, robes, tools and the Venus de Milo that he transforms into his own formal and expressionistic language. Since producing flower drawings and etchings in the 1970s, Dine has consistently returned to botanicals as a subject matter in his drawings, prints and ceramics. His most recent botanical drawings, executed in 2014 in charcoal, pastel and watercolor on paper, will be the focus of the presentation at the Park Avenue Armory. Dine casts a retrospective eye in these works, depicting flora and locations based on memories from his past and highlighting the temporal nature of plant life.

    Jim Dine (b. 1935, Cincinnati) moved to New York City in 1958 where he quickly became active staging Happenings along with Allan Kaprow, Claes Oldenburg and Robert Whitman. His paintings from this time were important precursors of both Pop art and Neo-expressionism, and Dine has since gone on to produce drawings, prints, ceramics and sculptures. His work is represented in more than eighty public collections worldwide, and he has been the subject of nearly 300 solo exhibitions.

    Dine’s drawings have been exhibited widely during his career. The Allen Memorial Art Museum at Oberlin College organized a travelling retrospective of his drawings in 2007; his drawings have also been presented in solo exhibitions at the Morgan Library and Museum, New York (2011), and the National Gallery of Art, Washington (2004). Other recent solo exhibitions include Chazen Museum of Art, Madison (2014); Cincinnati Museum of Art (2012); Getty Villa, J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, CA (2008). His work has been surveyed in solo exhibitions at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York (1999), Walker Art Center, Minneapolis (1984), and the Whitney Museum of American Art (1970).

    Jim Dine lives and works in New York City. He has been represented by Pace since 1976.

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