Jim Dine

Jim Dine - Theme and Variation: A Half Century of Printmaking

4F Boston Gallery 5F Open Gallery
April 23 (Sat.), 2011 - August 28 (Sun.), 2011
Jim Dine (1935–), an artist known for his wide-ranging activities including painting, printmaking, sculpture and photography, has been actively pursuing his ingenious creations since he burst onto the American art scene in the 1960s. This exhibition traces his half-century career of printmaking with about 150 works, from those popular in Japan carrying “Hearts,” “Robes,” “Tools” and other motifs, to those created recently featuring “Pinocchio.”

image:Self Portrait

Self Portrait: The Landscape, 1969
Promised gift of the artist. ℂ 2011 Jim Dine.
Courtesy, Museum of Fine Arts,Boston.


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