A 10-CD box set of poems and memoirs spanning 50 years Read aloud by Jim Dine (born 1935), here are his poems (with, in Ron Padgett's words, their "wonderfully goofy playfulness and a no-holds-barred, slightly scary exhilaration"), an ...
Poems, short stories, and other personal reactions to works in the permanent collection of the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz.
THROAT 1985 JIM DINE Dine on Dine The cloth is spread , the guest presides , yet , we observe no mellow déjeuner sur l'herbe . When Dine invites us to dine ...
Author: Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art
Publisher: SUNY Press
-Culled from Dia Art Foundation's -Readings in Contemporary Poetry- series, this anthology includes ninety-four poets who have participated in the reading series from 2010 to 2016. Edited by poet and author Vincent Katz, the book stresses the experimental aspects of contemporary poetic practice, highlighting commonalities among poets and placing their diverse voices in conversation with one another---
1990s, Dine seemed to be discovering new horizons, with poetry leading the way. ... Tonight, Jim Dine will be joined by bassist Marc Marder.
Author: Vincent Katz
Publisher: Yale University Press
Spanning over six decades of activity, it offers a close reading of Dine's complex artistic biography and oeuvre. Many of these works are considered precursors to some of the most interesting art being produced today.
Author: D. Lancioni
By Elizabeth Carpenter with an essay by Joseph Ruzicka. Foreword by Richard Campbell and Evan M. Maurer.
A Catalogue Raisonné Elizabeth Carpenter, Jim Dine, Joseph Ruzicka Minneapolis Institute of Arts. JIM DINE PRINTS , 1985-2000 A ... After reading the story , Hoyem , too , was struck by the odd similarity and persuaded Dine to read it .
Author: Elizabeth Carpenter
Publisher: Minneapolis Inst of Arts
A look inside the homes of New York’s artists, designers, writers, and social influencers. Twenty-four homes and stories of real New Yorkers who live in small spaces with art, books, collections, treasures, and fabulous, sometimes funky furniture—each space expressing the resident’s unique personality. Bright, captivating photographs throughout pair dynamically with Polly Devlin’s in-depth interviews with the homeowners. Her critiques of their spaces are at once delightful, bold, and irreverent—and always lively and opinionated. From architectural grandeur to streamlined modern buildings, see how individuals turn older apartments and historic structures into places for comfortable living. Houses and apartments are sampled from across the city, including Tribeca, Murray Hill, Union Square, Harlem, Midtown, Brooklyn, and more. This is a visual and literary feast. Polly Devlin is an author, journalist, broadcaster, art critic. From her roots in northern Ireland, Devlin’s career has taken her into the sophisticated world of arts and letters in London, New York, and Paris. A former features editor at Vogue, and a contributor to key British newspapers and magazines, she is currently adjunct professor at Barnard College, Columbia University, New York. Photographer Annie Schlechter is a native New Yorker whose clients include New York Magazine, House Beautiful, Travel + Leisure, and The World of Interiors.
It all started when he and his wife bought a 1973 lithograph by Jim Dine called Nancy Reading, published by the remarkable Petersburg Press.
Author: Polly Devlin
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
Category: House & Home
Jim Dine has produced more than three thousand paintings, sculptures, drawings, and prints, as well as performance works, stage and book designs, poetry, and even music. His art has been the subject of numerous individual and group shows and is in the permanent collections of museums around the world. This illustrated volume, full of fresh insights and incorporating short essays by Dine himself, is the most comprehensive study ever published on his work.
The Alchemy of Images Marco Livingstone, Jim Dine ... of Rilke ) of 1966 Rilke reference was not about me reading poetry , I hadn't even came about through a student intermediary before the artist had read the read Rilke at that time .
Author: Marco Livingstone
In Black and Gold indicates that opposed styles of poetry reveal subterranean correspondences that occasionally meet and run together. Austerity or tomfoolery are two of the many valid responses to the human condition that create the contiguous traditions that cannot help touching and reacting to each other. The poetry discussed in this book deals with the relation of individuals to strange or to familiar landscapes, and what this means to their own sense of displacement or rootedness; with the use of history as an escape from or as a challenge to an apparently failing present; and with the role of nationalism either as a refuge for angry frustration, or as a weapon against the affronting world, or as an ambivalent loyalty that needs to be scoured, or as all three. Here we find poetry as a means of discovering true or false allegiances and valid or invalid public and private identities; poetry as a medium for exploring the uses of the demotic in confronting the breakdowns and injustices of modern democracy; poetry as play in the midst of private and public woe; poetry as a spiritual quest, as a spiritual scourging, as a wrestling with spiritual absences; and poetry as an intermittent and sporadic commemoration of the triumphs and delights of epiphanic encounters with the physical world.
Reading's reputation is less secure than Tony Harrison's , although he is ... at Liverpool College of Art . Painters like Jim Dine , Robert Rauschenberg and ...
Author: C. C. Barfoot
Category: Literary Criticism
Bill Berkson was a poet, art critic, and joyful participant in the best of postwar and bohemian American culture. Since When gathers the ephemera of a life well-lived, a collage of bold-face names, parties, exhibitions, and literary history from a man who could write "of [Truman Capote's Black and White] ball, which I attended as my mother’s escort, I have little recollection" and reminisce about imagining himself as a character from Tolstoy while tripping on acid at Woodstock. Gentle, witty, and eternally generous, this is Bill, and a particular moment in American history, at its best.
... the night Bob read with (and also repeatedly “introduced”) Jim Dine. After the reading, the issue was whether or not to follow along to a late-night ...
Author: Bill Berkson
Publisher: Coffee House Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
This book of 85 drawings by Jim Dine illustrates the range and mastery of the artist's draftsmanship over more than four decades. The variety and breadth of the selection shows the intense way Dine observes the world around him and the excitement with which he records it on paper. Dine has said that his ability to draw is both a privilege and the result of hard physical training, compelling him to move inexorably forward to capture the next idea or the next psychological insight in drawings that are extraordinarily human. The selection includes early tool pencil drawings and collages, as well as powerful portrait and figure studies in a variety of media. Also included are large painterly pastels executed with a bravura that places them somewhere between painting and drawing. Dine sees his paintings and drawings as essentially conceived and developed in the same way--requiring the same amount of time, emotion and physicality of medium. The only difference, in the end, is that the drawings are on paper.
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY Further Reading For a complete bibliography , see Marco Livingstone , Jim Dine , The Alchemy of Images . New York : The Monacelli Press , 1998 . Beal , Graham W.J. Jim Dine : Five Themes .
Author: Jim Dine
Published on the occasion of an exhibition organized by the Art Museum and Galleries, California State University Long Beach October 15-November 11, 1979. The text includes conversations between Jim Dine and Constance W. Glenn.
... California State University, Long Beach, October 15-November 11, 1979 Jim Dine, Constance Glenn ... I'm constantly reading life , reading my life , reading situations , trying to figure out what I'm doing , trying to get ahead of ...
Author: Jim Dine
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Category: Human figure in art
This is a book that will be of interest to those who teach, know, care, theorise, administer, set policies and discuss the arts in education. Each chapter in this book makes various references to actual arts teaching practices. Teaching and learning examples figure prominently. Concrete teaching incidents are covered throughout the book. Various actual classroom teaching situations are given. Highlighted, at particular points, are arts teaching practices that demonstrate how the arts drive up standards in education generally and why teaching expertise in the arts can be seen as central to this. Teaching practices and theories in the arts overlap in applied ways. Current teaching and curriculum issues are debated. Teaching explanations expressing the actions, character and skills of an art, the knowledge claims, the truth relationships, ideas and conceptions in student focused contingent ways are discussed. Explored are learner-like, student-teacher dialogues, everyday shared common experiences of art, and the reverent pleasures and insights that correspondingly relate to how things are worked, felt and examined by students. Familiar, ordinary, cherished, touching, sensitive and dignified comprehensions are portrayed. In capacity strengthening ways, the book attends to the elevated, consensual, continuous, broad, united, narrow, enlarged, diverse, open, freed, lively, inventive, imaginative, deeper and richer horizons that exemplify how the arts in education, as a common good, contribute to society. This text argues persuasively why we should be teaching arts education more comprehensively in a public system of education and how we should be doing it.
You might want to go the school library and take a look at Jim Dine's ... reading William Wordsworth's poem, To the Cuckoo as ways that can help you express ...
Author: Howard Cannatella
Drawings Jim Dine, 1973-1987, the Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati Sarah Rogers-Lafferty, Jim Dine. saying only that they were , “ based on my past experience . " 23 Part of this experience comes from his reading at the time of ...
Author: Sarah Rogers-Lafferty
Category: Art, Modern
Essays discuss Ad Reinhardt, Jasper Johns, J.M.W. Turner, Jim Dine, minimalism, Robert Venturi, and Elia Kazan's "Wild River."
Jim Dine and Performance Joseph Ruzicka » 1 During the heyday of Happenings , the young ... by reading art magazines and making periodic trips to New York .
Author: James Leggio
Publisher: The Museum of Modern Art
In the first comprehensive history of the postwar avant-garde, "Belgrad contributes valuable insight and original scholarship to the study of 'projective' and 'spontaneous' aesthetics among cutting edge art movements of the American midcentury" (Tom Clark, author of "Jack Kerouac: A Biography"). 8 color plates. 28 halftones.
... environments of Robert Rauschenberg , Allan Kaprow , and Jim Dine . ... 97 Poetry readings among the beats removed poetry from its accustomed status as ...
Author: Daniel Belgrad
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Supporting Dyslexic Adults provides practical advice in supporting dyslexic adults in education and employment, and guidance on the latest research Provides an important overview of current research and practice in supporting dyslexic adults in education and employment, deftly combining academic understanding with everyday issues Contributors possess a wealth of practical experience in the field which provides an indispensible guide to the subject Case studies are included to capture the immediate experiences of dyslexic adults in education and at work to highlight prevalent issues Offers practical advice to adults with dyslexia, from how to disclose their particular needs to employers and colleagues to legal aspects of dyslexia support Highlights to employers the particular skills and strengths that dyslexic adults can bring to the workplace
... of the artist Jim Dine with what was, in fact, a Jive Dance demonstration!) ... such as dyslexia and reading, the reading of different text formations, ...
Author: Nicola Brunswick
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Essays exploring the role of trauma in modern art.
does not yield itself up in its entirey at a first reading , how can we ... The artist , a young man in his early twenties , is Jim Dine , and he has just ...
Author: Lisa Saltzman
Poetry. Art. Edited by Vincent Katz. "I swore I would never write another blurb, but Jim Dine's COLLECTED POEMS has pulled me temporarily out of blurb retirement. The same verve that drives his paintings drives these poems, and added to it are a wonderfully goofy playfulness and a no-holds-barred, slightly scary exhilaration. Arp, Schwitters, and Picabia, move over."—Ron Padgett "In the flutter of blue alcohol flame a figure enters its shadow asking where do you keep all the things / that don't fit in your mind? Characters appear, vanish, reappear in the darkness but there is no space behind language. A mountain opens and red is registered. I've carried Jim Dine's first book Welcome Home, Lovebirds through many moves since 1969. Now almost half a century later I have the delight of being again in that mind. The poems are as direct as brush-strokes, as casual as conversation, as passionate as loss. The background shifts. 'The Short History of New York' beautifully nails that. London in the 1960s is palpab≤ Paris, Rome, flicker. Friends share the space. 'Portrait' is a concisely brilliant one of Robert Creeley. Kenneth Koch, a hometown boy, makes occasional appearances. But all these are tones, not the foreground that is the restlessness, the questioning, the observation inhabited by the reader. For me a particular pleasure of these poems has been the privilege of at times perceiving the world as a painter—Jim Dine made my eyes feel. POEMS TO WORK ON is not only 'NIGHT'S / FRIABLE / RAGE,' but 'making life / without reason / is the reason / for a / common dream.' Writing well worth reading."—Tom Raworth
Kenneth Koch, a hometown boy, makes occasional appearances. But all these are tones, not the foreground that is the restlessness, the questioning, the observation inhabited by the reader.
Author: Jim Dine
Category: Literary Criticism
Reading Peter Reading is the first comprehensive study in English of Peter Reading's oeuvre, illuminating its thematic and formal concerns, paradoxes and development as well as underlining its major status in contemporary literature. Reading Peter Reading covers Peter Reading's collections from Water and Waste (1970) to Marfan (2000).
Rauschenberg's and Dine's combines clearly inspired the structure of Reading's books - he , too , has incorporated found poems and disparate material . Johns rejected the expectation that art was , among other things , self - expression ...
Author: Isabel Martin
Publisher: Bloodaxe Books Limited
Here is a selection of well-considered (and often shockingly honest) appraisals of the greatest names in American literature memorialised, eulogised, and sometimes criticised by their dearest friends and their closest peers.
I recall a British friend's irritation on hearing him do this , at a reading he gave with Jim Dine in London years ago ( “ Ted / is ready / The bell / rings ...
Author: Steven Gilbar
Publisher: David R. Godine Publisher
Category: Literary Criticism