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Jim Dine


Artist whose function was featured in the groundbreaking 1962 pop-art show “New Painting of Common Items” in the Norton Simon Museum. He was a most important proponent from the Neo-Dada motion. He went to the Artwork Academy of Cincinnati after making a BFA from Ohio College or university in 1957. He increased to popularity through his “Happenings” efficiency artwork series. His “Strolling to Borås” was revealed in-may 2008 and was a nine-meter-high bronze statue of the strolling Pinocchio. He was raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he went to Walnut Hills SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL. He married professional photographer Diana Michener. He collaborated with John Cage, Claes Oldenburg, and Allan Kaprow over the “Happenings” series.

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Full Name Jim Dine
Date Of Birth June 16, 1935
Place Of Birth Cincinnati, OH
Profession Painter
Education Ohio University, Art Academy of Cincinnati, University of Cincinnati, School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts
Nationality American
Spouse Diana Michener
Parents Eunice Cohen Dine, Stanley Cohen
Star Sign Gemini

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A Bowl of Cherries1961ShortBenno Moscowitz

Art Department

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Un tranquillo posto di campagna1968paintings



Secret Knowledge2015TV Series documentaryHimself - Artist
Jim Dine: A Self-Portrait on the Walls1995Documentary shortHimself
Oltre New York1986TV MovieHimself
The Lively Arts1978TV Series documentaryHimself
Arena1977TV Series documentaryHimself
Jim Dine: London1970Documentary shortHimself
The Queen1968DocumentaryHimself - Jury Member

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