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Jim DineSelf-Portrait

  • Date iconJanuary 23 2020 - April 5 2021
  • Curator: Nirit Sharon Debel
  • Print
  • Artist: Jim Dine

American painter, sculptor, and print artist Jim Dine spent part of 1979 at Jerusalem’s Burston Graphic Center. The prints he created there included self-portraits and depictions of his robe, an object which he had come to view as a reflection of his self. A selection of works from this year reveals the dexterity with which he merged print techniques: etching, lithography, and screenprinting, manually and mechanically treated plates, and drawings done directly on the paper. The work’s visible erasures and adaptations, illuminate the many evolutions of an emerging idea.