Dine, Jim - Photographies Recentes
"If I make pictures today that touch people, it's because I'm sixty-three years old, so I have a sixty-three view of things. "Jim Dine " Painting, sculpture, engraving, drawing, Jim Dine American artist masters various techniques. What has recently changed the equation between photography and Jim Dine's artistic project is his growing interest in alternative photographic printing techniques: the century-old photo-engraving process, which is experiencing a revival of interest, and digital printing, the latest invention born of computers. Jim Dine has used these two technologies to produce what is indeed a single work, which reaffirms the imagery of the last thirty years of his career, in a renewed and unexpected way. "With 32 black-and-white photographs, mostly full-page and beautiful. The artist takes himself as a model in three of them in the company of a crow and a skeleton. -Interview with Jim Dine conducted by Jean-Luc MONTEROSSO Published on the occasion of the exhibition presented by the Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Paris, from October 30 to November 23, 1998, as part of the Month of Photography.
Place Of Publication: Paris
This Edition First Published: 1998