vid invigningen. Happenings which he created and produced in collaboration with Claes Oldenberg, Allan Kaprow and Robert Whitman. Images of Pinocchio first started appearing in Dines prints in 1998. His work has always been very personal, focusing on ordinary objects that have deep personal meaning for him. . Dine and his family returned to the.S. He then drank what looked like paint, but was actually tomato juice, from one of the buckets he was using and poured the rest of the buckets contents over his head.
Från Wikipedia, hoppa till navigering, hoppa till sök, den här artikeln omfattas av Wikipedias policy om biografier. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York,. Den saknar källhänvisningar och kan inte verifieras. Happenings, the pre-cursor to performance art, which were staged events that took place in galleries that depended on audience reaction to see what happens. Guggenheim Museum, New York,. Dine stood onstage in a painters smock, in front of a large canvas, on which he painted. Musée National dArt Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France. He moved the family to England in 1967 and began to focus on more traditional painting because, although Dine had commercial success, especially those in which he incorporated actual objects to his paintings, he was not satisfied with much of the work he was doing. Jim Dine, född i, cincinnati, Ohio, är en amerikansk popkonstnär som slog igenom på 1960-talet, främst känd för sina färgstarka hjärtan.