- Also known as
primary name: Dine, Jim
- individual; painter/draughtsman; sculptor/medallist; printmaker; American (USA); Male
- Life dates
- American painter, sculptor, printmaker, performance artist and poet. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio; received a BFA from Ohio University in 1957; moved to New York in 1958. First came to prominence with his 'Happenings' of 1959-60, a type of performance art developed with fellow artists Claes Oldenburg, Allan Kaprow and Robert Whitman, and the musician John Cage. Associated with the Pop Art movement in the 1960s.
- 'Jim Dine, Complete Graphics', Galerie Mikro, Berlin, 1970; Thomas Krens, 'Jim Dine Prints: 1970-1977', Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown and London, 1977; Ellen G. O'Dench and Jean E. Feinberg, 'Jim Dine Prints,1977-1985', (New York: Harper and Row, 1986); Elizabeth Carpenter, `Jim Dine Prints 1985-2000. A Catalogue Raisonné', with an essay by Joseph Ruzicka, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, 2002