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TateShots: Jim Dine

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Uploaded on Feb 4, 2009

A painter, sculptor, photographer, illustrator, performance artist and poet, Jim Dine is arguably one of the most prolific artists working today.

He took TateShots on a tour of his exhibition at Pace Wildenstein, New York, a labyrinthine show that touches on nearly every aspect of his life to date. In this film he talks about his his love of Pinocchio, tools, and why he can do nothing else but make art.

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