Jim Dine, Me in Apetlon, 2016 SOLD OUT
Jim Dine ranks alongside figures such as Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein as one of the celebrated stars of American pop art. And the Albertina is showing 60 fascinating self-portraits as a representative selection from the 80-year-old artist’s generous donation to the Albertina that presents Dine in a great number of his many facets.
The self-portraits serve to catalyse an independent, intense, and surprising dialogue with the artist and his output. And Dine’s diverse experiments with a wide range of techniques and materials address themes including youth and old age, intimacy and extroversion, and seriality and creativity on paper—enabling these self-portraits to open up new insights into a supposedly familiar oeuvre.
Medium: Chalk lithograph on Japan paper Atsu-Shi 67g/m2
Size: 77 x 60,5 cm
Steindruck Chavanne & Pechmann
Edition of 20
Signed and numbered
Price: €1000 (Price Friends of the Albertina: €900)
This limited edition Jim Dine print is available at the Albertina via Alexandra Hatzl firstname.lastname@example.org