This retrospective of Jim Dine's prints spans the last 15 years of the artist's graphic oeuvre. The exhibition features approximately 100 lithographs, intaglios, woodcuts, and illustrated books published by Pace Editions, Graphicstudio, and the Arion Press, among others. A fully illustrated catalogue raisonné is available in the Museum Shop. This exhibition is the fourth in a series of print retrospectives and catalogues raisonnés, preceded by Galerie Mikro, Berlin, 1970; Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, Mass., 1977; and the Davison Art Center and the Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn., 1986.
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General admission tickets are on sale at the following rates:
Children 5 & under, free
This exhibition was organized by The Minneapolis Institute of Arts with generous support from Marshall Field's Project Imagine and Pace Editions Inc.
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Image on the Exhibitions Front Page: Jim Dine, American, born 1935, Fresh, French, and Beautiful, 1993. Copyright Jim Dine.
Images on this page (clockwise from top right): Winter Dream (for V.) [Self-Portrait], 1995, woodcut, The Minneapolis Institute of Arts; Great Horned Owl, 2000, photogravure, etching, drypoint, and power-tool abrasion with chine collé and hand coloring, Pace Editions Inc.; Brite Tulips, 1998, screenprint, etching, spit-bite aquatint, and power-tool abrasion with hand coloring; Raven on Cloth, 1994, etching, drypoint, roulette, and sandpaper abrasion on cotton canvas; Red Pants II, 1999, soft-ground etching, drypoint, and sandpaper and power-tool abrasion with hand coloring; Fresh, French, and Beautiful 1993. All images copyright Jim Dine