Photographs by Jim Dine.
Maison Europeenne, Paris, French and Engl, 1998. In France. 84 pp., 32 duotone illustrations, 10x11".
This volume reproduces an interview with Jim Dine by Jean-Luc Monterosso in 1998, as well as many images from his recent photographic projects. Working primarily in the studio, transferring the images to digital and ultimately outputting them as large-scale etchings or prints, Dine sees himself as being influenced by Cartier-Bresson, Atget and Stieglitz, though staying completely true to his earlier work as a painter and mixed-media artist.
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