Jim Dine

United States 1935

Pop Art, Abstract Expressionism

Jim Dine
Jim Dine
United States
March 21, 2016
Alias of Jasmina Sevic, a researcher and author for Widewalls. She graduated from the Faculty of Political Science (Department for Journalism) in Belgrade in 2013.

Many of those that create art think of their pieces as more than something to be sold or recognized as a success: they’ve spent time making it, instilling it with their own ideas and ways of portrayal, making it personal. For Jim Dine, this statement applies to most of his paintings, as he would make the personal side of his work physical, putting all sorts of items valuable to him into his works. His subjects hold a lot of meaning as well, delving deep into the memory and heart of the artist. Although his work is largely based on Abstract Expressionism and Dada techniques, Dine is one of the now legendary artists that are considered to have started the Pop art movement, making his work monumental.

Jim Dine’s subjects often hold a lot of personal meaning 

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Jim Dine – Walking Dream with a Four Foot Clamp, 1965. Photo credits

A Quick Burst

It didn’t take long for Jim Dine to become popular. Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, Ohio, he received his BFA from Ohio University in 1957 and soon after, he was a part of a series of events that would earn him great acclaim in the art world. Pioneered along with artists Claes Oldenburg and Allan Kaprow, as well as the musician John Cageis, Happenings were a stark contrast to the all-too-known art scene of the late 1950s, drawing much attention wherever they were held. Happenings are described as chaotic performances, and their nonlinear narratives along with the participation of the audience truly fit the description. Yet, they seem to have been exactly the thing that the art world needed at the time and Dine’s The Smiling Workman from 1960 brought him great critical acclaim.

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Jim Dine – Tinsnip (detail), 1973. Photo credits

Personal Matter

Having Happenings open a lot of doors for the young artist, Jim Dine decided to turn back to painting, creating mixed-media works and assemblages. There was a very particular and special feature in his work, though, that would separate him from his colleagues and attract viewers to his art. In his pieces of the 1960s, he would often attach items of value to the canvas he was working on: be it tools, shoes, pieces of clothing. Personal items of significance to the artist would adorn the painted canvas, giving each of his works a whole new dimension, both physically and otherwise.

Not only were the pieces unique to the artist based on the elements he affixed, the narratives themselves were also very personal. Undergoing psychoanalysis in 1962, Dine was very interested in his own mentality, exploring the realms of memories and identity. He would, naturally, express his findings and knowledge through his art, and most artworks bore some sort of memory representation of Dine’s. Over time, a distinct set of subjects was present in his practice including hearts, robes, and palettes, which, heavy in significance to the artist, became a signature mark of his work. By combining the iconic and the personal, Dine managed to imprint a nuance of his individual feelings in the artistic history, preserving his memories in time.

Dine was very interested in his own mentality, exploring the realms of memory and identity

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Jim Dine – Four Hearts (detail), 1969

Birth of Pop Art in America

Dine kept creating up until 1962, the year when he truly became famous and entered “the artistic hall of fame.” By participating in the ground-breaking exhibition titled New Painting of Common Objects, Jim Dine became one of the first ever artists to exhibit Pop art in America, along with great names like Andy Warhol, Robert Dowd, Roy Lichtenstein, Phillip Hefferton, Edward Ruscha, Joe Goode, and Wayne Thiebaud. The exhibition took place at the Norton Simon Museum and it is historically important not just because of the birth of Pop art in America, but because of its further influence on modern art. However, Dine’s association with the movement isn’t preferable, given its impersonal and mechanical character that goes against his practice.

Jim Dine was one of the first ever artists to exhibit Pop art in America

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Left: Jim Dine – Tool Box 4, 1966 / Right: Jim Dine – Tool Box 6, 1966. Photos credit

Further Variety

There have been several shifts both in his subjects and medium used after the 1960s. During the 1970s, he’s been largely focused on a series of drawings, having sculpture take over in the 1980s. Sculptural work will retain a central place in his practice even to this day, preferring nature theme over man-made objects in his works. Since the second part of the 20th century, Dine has worked in a variety of media ranging from painting, mixed media, and drawing to photography, printmaking, sculptural work and book illustration.

In his recent work, he manifests his alter ego that takes on the form of the animated puppet Pinocchio. Dine presented the character in several forms, working on a commercial book, paintings, and sculptures, of which the most recognizable one is the nine-meter high bronze statue from 2008. Titled Walking to Borås, the sculpture of a walking Pinocchio can be found in the city of Borås, Sweden, and it isn’t the only one of its kind; another large bronze sculpture can be found near the entrance of the Cincinnati Art Museum.

Dine manifests his alter ego that takes on the form of the animated puppet Pinocchio

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Jim Dine – Pinocchio sculpture profile, 2008. Photo credits

Memories Frozen in Time

Given Jim Dine’s great renown, it comes as no surprise that his work has been the subject of nearly 300 solo exhibitions taking place across the world and can be found in many esteemed collections. Anything but an accomplishment, without a doubt, there might be an even greater achievement behind his memory-infused work: an ageless recollection of items and subjects evoking emotion upon every view, frozen in time. While anyone may look at a Jim Dine painting and see a portrayed heart with a shoe glued to the canvas, one person is reminiscent of days of youth, filled with the feeling of overwhelming joy or sorrow, happiness or pain…

The artist lives and works in New York and Vermont.

Featured image: Jim Dine. Photo credits
All images used for illustrative purposes only.

YearName of the ExhibitionMuseum/GallerySolo/Group
2016Jim Dine: Years Ago & NowJim Kempner Fine Art, New YorkSolo
2016New Editions 2015Tamarind Institute, Albuquerquegroup
2016Best Buddies "The Art of Friendship"De Re Gallery, Los Angelesgroup
2016Editions and Acquisitions 2016Alan Cristea Gallery, Londongroup
2015Master Prints of the '70s - '90sZane Bennett Contemporary Art, Santa Fegroup
2015Important Works on PaperJonathan Novak Contemporary Art, Los Angelesgroup
2015Summer Show 2015Zane Bennett Contemporary Art, Santa Fegroup
2015Prints Go Pop!Heather James Fine Art, Palm Desertgroup
2015ReferencesGalerie Thomas, Munichgroup
2015New Editions 2015Tamarind Institute, Albuquerquegroup
2015Jim Dine: A RetrospectiveJonathan Novak Contemporary Art, Los Angelessolo
2015Jim Dine: ToolsSenior & Shopmaker Gallery, New Yorksolo
2014Jim DIneGalerie Maximillian, Aspensolo
2014Jim Dine: PrintmakerAlan Cristea Gallery, Londonsolo
2014Jim Dine: A History of CommunismAlan Cristea Gallerysolo
2014Summer Group Show at Fluegel-Roncak GalleryFluegel-Roncak Gallery, Nuremberggroup
2014Summer Art DealsJoseph K. Levene Fine Art, LTD. group
2014View/ Review: Contemporary MastersZane Bennett Contemporary Art, Santa Fegroup
2014Jim DineGalerie de Bellfeuille, Montrea, Canadasolo
2013Jim DineLeeAhn Gallery, Seoul, South Koreasolo
2013Jim DinePace Gallery, New York, USAsolo
2012Recent WorksJonathan Novak Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CAsolo
2012Hello Yellow Glove-New DrawingsGalerie Daniel Templon, Paris, Francesolo
2012Jim DineCincinnati Museum of Art, Cincinatti, USAsolo
2011Jim Dine: SculptureMeijer Gardens & Sculpture Park, Grand Rapids, MIsolo
2011Paintings Jim DineThe Pace Gallery, New York, NYsolo
2010Hearts from New Delhi, Göttingen and New YorkAlan Cristea Gallery, London, UKsolo
2009Jim Dine: Old Me, Now—Self-Portrait Drawings 2008–2009Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago, ILsolo
2009Jim Dine: Hearts, Robes, PinocchioGalerie Proarta, Zurich, Schweizsolo
2009This is how I Remember, NowAbecita Corsettfabrik Konstmuseum, Boras, Swedensolo
2009Jim Dine: New WorksWetterling Gallery, Stockholm, Swedensolo
2009Jim DineGalerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal, Canadasolo
2009Boy in the WorldBorås Konstmuseum, Borås, Swedensolo
2009Jim Dine: Göttingen SongsGalerie Daniel Templon, Paris, Francesolo
2008This is how I remember, now, Die Photographische SammlungSK-Stiftung Kultur, Cologne, Germany solo
2008The Odyssey of Jim DineCentre de la Gravure et de l'Image imprimée, La Louvière, Belgiumsolo
2008Front Room: Jim DineThe Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MDsolo
2008Jim Dine: Poet Singing (The Flowering Sheets)The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, CAsolo
2008Jim Dine: Hot Dream (52 Books)PaceWildenstein, New York, NYsolo
2008Jim DineYarger, Strauss Contemporary, Beverly Hills, CAsolo
2008Jim Dine: PinocchioGalerie Daniel Templon, Paris, Francesolo
2008Jim Dine: Pinocchio PrintsGalerie Daniel Templon, Impasse Beaubourg, Paris, Francesolo
2008Jim Dine: Hot Dream (52 Books)Museum Liner Appenzell, Appenzell, Switzerlandsolo
2008Jim DineWetterling Gallery, Göteborg, Swedensolo
2008Jim DineGuy Pieters Gallery, Saint-Paul de Vence, Francesolo
2007Jim Dine: Pinocchio As I Knew Him This YearJohn Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, CAsolo
2007Jim Dine: Recent WorksGalerie Thomas, Munich, Germanysolo
2007Jim Dine – Pinocchio PrintsAlan Cristea Gallery, London, UKsolo
2007Jim Dine – Aldo et moiBnF Site Richelieu, Paris, Francesolo
2007L’Odyssée de Jim Dine: Estampes 1985–2006Musée des Beaux-Arts de Caen, Caen, Francesolo
2007Jim Dine: The Lost BoyTrinity Gallery, Atlanta, GAsolo
2007Jim Dine: Selected Prints 1996–2006The Amie and Tony James Gallery, The Graduate Center, City University of New York, New York, NYsolo
2007Jim Dine: PinocchioPaceWildenstein, New York, NYsolo
2007Jim Dine: New EditionsPace Prints, New York, NYsolo
2007Jim Dine: Recent WorksJonathan Novak Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CAsolo
2006Jim DineWetterling Gallery, Stockholm, Swedensolo
2006Jim Dine’s PinocchioNew York Public Library, New York, NYsolo
2006Jim Dine: Botanical DrawingsWildenstein and Co., New York, NYsolo
2006Jim Dine: Recent EditionsPace Prints, New York, NYsolo
2006Jim Dine: Car CrashCraig F. Starr Associates, New York, NYsolo
2006Jim DineArmory Art Center, West Palm Beach, FLsolo
2005Jim Dine, some drawingsAllen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH solo
2005Jim Dine: Pinocchio as I Knew HimRichard Gray Gallery, Chicago, ILsolo
2005Jim Dine: Personal Allegories: Hearts, Bathrobes, Palettes and ToolsCraig F. Starr Associates, New York, NYsolo
2004Jim DinePace Prints, New York, NYsolo
2004Jim Dine: Sculpture from the Walla Walla FoundryMuseum of Art, Washington State University, Pullman, WAsolo
2004Jim Dine New PhotographsGalerie Daniel Templon, Paris, Francesolo
2004Jim Dine: New Paintings, Photographs and a SculpturePaceWildenstein, New York, NYsolo
2004Jim Dine: Hearts, Tools, Portraits and Self-PortraitsPace, MacGill Gallery, New York, NYsolo
2004Drawings of Jim DineNational Gallery of Art, Washington, DCsolo
2004Jim Dine: Göttingen-ParisRichard Gray Gallery, Chicago, ILsolo
2003Jim Dine: Photographs, so farMaison Européene de la Photographie, Paris, France solo
2003Jim Dine: Paintings, Sculptures and Works on PaperShaheen Modern and Contemporary Art Gallery, Cleveland, OHsolo
2003Jim DineWetterling Gallery, Stockholm, Swedensolo
2003Jim Dine: MonoprintsPace Prints, New York, NYsolo
2003Jim Dine: Recent PaintingsJohn Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, CAsolo
2003Jim DineBentley Gallery, Scottsdale, AZsolo
2002Jim Dine: New Tool PaintingsPaceWildenstein, New York, NYsolo
2002Jim Dine: New Hand-Painted MonoprintsAlan Cristea Gallery, London, UKsolo
2002Jim Dine: Printing and Dancing 2002Pace Prints, New York, NYsolo
2002Jim Dine: Prints 1985–2000Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, MNsolo
2001Jim DineWildenstein, Tokyo, Japansolo
2001Jim DineGalerie Daniel Templon, Paris, Francesolo
2001Jim Dine: Monuments to the Human Condition, Sculpture and PaintingsBentley Gallery, Scottsdale, AZsolo
2000Jim Dine: New Drawings and PaintingsGerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NMsolo
2000Jim Dine: D’apres l’AntiqueMusée du Louvre, Paris, Francesolo
2000Jim Dine: New Drawings and SculptureRichard Gray Gallery, Chicago, ILsolo
2000Early Dine in Italian CollectionsPalazzo delle Papesse, Siena, Italysolo
2000Jim Dine: Photographs 1994–2000Magazzini del Sale, Palazzo Publico, Siena, Italysolo
2000Jim DineVilla Haiss Museum for Contemporary Art, Zell, Germanysolo
2000Jim Dine: SubjectsAlan Cristea, London, UKsolo
2000Jim Dine: Recent WorkWetterling Gallery, Stockholm, Swedensolo
2000Jim DineGasiunasen Gallery, Palm Beach, FLsolo
2000Jim DineGalerie Daniel Templon, Paris, Francesolo
1999Jim Dine: Walking Memory, 1959–1969Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY solo
1999Jim Dine: Color PhotographsPaceWildenstein, New York, NYsolo
1999Jim Dine: Fiend for Love, New Color PhotographsGerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NMsolo
1998Jim Dine: New Photographs - Kali in New YorkPace, MacGill Gallery, New York, NYsolo
1998Jim DineGaleria Ramis Barquet, Monterrey, Mexicosolo
1998Jim Dine: Ape, Police, Doctor, Soldier, MeRichard Gray Gallery, Chicago, ILsolo
1997Jim Dine: PhotographsAlan Cristea Gallery, London, UKsolo
1997Grabados de Jim DineMuseo Regional de Guanajuato, Guanajuato, Mexicosolo
1997Jim Dine: VenusMeyerson and Nowinski Art Associates, Seattle, WAsolo
1997Jim Dine: Ape and CatAlexander Editions, New York, NYsolo
1997Jim Dine: Druckgraphik aus den Jahren 1987–1996Galerie im Traklhaus, Salzburg, Austriasolo
1997Jim Dine: New EditionsGalerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal, Canadasolo
1997Jim DineOchi Gallery, Ketchum, IDsolo
1996Jim Dine: Recent WorkPaceWildenstein, Los Angeles, CA solo
1996Jim Dine: The Body and its Metaphorsorganized by Art Life Ltd.,Tokyo, Japan solo
1996Jim Dine: Works 1977–1996Didier Imbert Fine Art, Paris, Francesolo
1996Jim Dine’s VenusCivico Museo Revoltella, Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Trieste, Italysolo
1996Jim Dine: Some Greeks, Some RomansPaceWildenstein, New York, NYsolo
1996Jim Dine: The Iconic ObjectSavannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA solo
1995Jim Dine: Prints from 1970–1995, a selectionGerhard Wurzer Gallery, Houston, TXsolo
1995Jim Dine: Bilder, Skulpturen, Zeichnungen 1992–1995Raab Galerie, Berlin, Germanysolo
1995Jim Dine: BirdsPace Editions, New York, NYsolo
1995Jim Dine: Major Icon Paintings and SculpturesArij Gasiunasen Fine Art Inc., Palm Beach, FLsolo
1994Jim DineInternational Exhibition Centre, Finlandsolo
1994Jim Dine: Flowers and PlantsPaceWildenstein, New York, NYsolo
1994Jim Dine: Untersberg 1993–1994Salzburg Residenzgalerie, Salzburg, Austriasolo
1994Dine in Detroit: Prints from Local CollectionsDetroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MIsolo
1994Jim Dine: New EditionsGalerie Kaj Forsblom, Zurich, Schweizsolo
1994Jim Dine: WalldrawingKunstverein Ludwigsburg, Ludwigsburg, Germanysolo
1994Jim DineCampbell-Thiebaud Gallery, San Francisco, CAsolo
1993Jim Dine: Drawing from the GlyptothekMadison Art Center, Madison, WIsolo
1993Jim Dine: PrintsToni Birckhead Gallery, Cincinnati, OHsolo
1993Jim Dine: New Etching and WoodcutsPace Prints, New York, NYsolo
1993Jim Dine: Ape and CatThe Pace Gallery, New York, NYsolo
1993Jim Dine: Portrait Drawings of Nancy DineCentury Association, New York, NYsolo
1993Jim Dine: Ten Winter ToolsAssociated American Artists, New York, NYsolo
1993Jim Dine: New PaintingsRichard Gray Gallery, Chicago, ILsolo
1993Jim Dine: Paintings, SculptureAlleri Haaken, Oslo, Norwaysolo
1992Jim DineRamona Ridge Fine Art, Palm Beach, FLsolo
1992Jim DineKukje Gallery, Seoul, South Koreasolo
1992Jim Dine: Recent PrintsPace Editions, New York, NYsolo
1992Important Sculpture by Jim DineAvenue Galleries, Palm Beach, FLsolo
1992Jim DineGalerie Alice Pauli, Lausanne, Switzerlandsolo
1991Jim Dine: New Paintings and SculptureThe Pace Gallery, New York, NYsolo
1991Jim DineHakone Open-Air Museum, Hakone-machi, Japansolo
1991Jim Dine: Trembling for ColorGalerie Beaubourg, Paris, Francesolo
1990Jim DineIsetan Museum, Tokyo, Japan solo
1990Jim Dine: Hearts ForeverSpark Gallery, Tokyo, Japansolo
1990Jim Dine: Drawing and SculptureBlum Helman Gallery, Los Angeles, CAsolo
1990Jim Dine: Viennese Hearts and Other PrintsAugen Gallery, Portland, ORsolo
1990Jim Dine: Prints 1969–1990Erika Meyerovich Gallery, San Francisco, CAsolo
1990Jim Dine: Ten Hand Colored Winter Tools1973–1989, K. Kimpton Gallery, San Francisco, CAsolo
1990Jim DineJoanne Chappell Gallery, San Francisco, CAsolo
1990Jim Dine: DrawingsThe Pace Gallery, New York, NYsolo
1990Jim Dine: In Der GlyptotekStaatliche Antikensammlungen und Glyptotek, Munich, Germany solo
1989Jim Dine: Prints and DrawingsMuseum of Fine Arts, Boston, MAsolo
1989Jim Dine: New Paintings, Sculpture and Graphic WorkWaddington Galleries, London, UKsolo
1989Jim Dine: Youth and the Maiden and Related WorksGraphische Sammlung Albertina, Vienna, Austriasolo
1988Jim Dine: Drawings 1973–1987Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH solo
1988Jim Dine: Paintings, Sculpture, Drawings, Prints, 1959–1987Galleria d'Arte Moderna Ca' Pesaro, Venice, Italysolo
1988Jim Dine: New PaintingsThe Pace Gallery, New York, NYsolo
1987Jim Dine chez Aldo Crommelynck: GravuresAmerican Center, Paris, Francesolo
1986Jim Dine: Prints 1977–1985Davison Art Center and Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT solo
1986Jim Dine: Peintures et SculpturesGalerie Alice Pauli, Lausanne, Schweizsolo
1986Jim DineFuji Television Gallery, Tokyo, Japansolo
1986Jim Dine: Une Exposition pour ParisBaudoin Lebon, Paris, Francesolo
1986Jim Dine: Paintings, GraphicsGalerie Kaj Forsblom, Helsinki, Finlandsolo
1986Jim Dine: Rise Up, Solitude! Prints 1977–85Waddington Graphics, London, UK solo
1986Jim Dine: Paintings, Drawings, SculptureThe Pace Gallery, New York, NYsolo
1985Jim Dine: Recent PrintsToni Birckhead Gallery, Cincinnati, OHsolo
1985Jim Dine: Looking in the DarkRichard Gray Gallery, Chicago, ILsolo
1985Jim Dine: Recent WorksWaddington and Gorce, Inc., Montreal, Canadasolo
1984Jim Dine: Paintings and DrawingsThorden Wetterling Gallery, Göteborg, Swedensolo
1984Jim Dine: Five ThemesWalker Art Center, Minneapolis, MNsolo
1984Jim Dine: Recent Paintings and SculptureRichard Gray Gallery, Chicago, ILsolo
1984Jim Dine: New Works on PaperJohn Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, CAsolo
1984Jim Dine: Drawings, Monotypes, PrintsBarbara Krakow Gallery, Boston, MAsolo
1984Jim Dine: Recent Prints and MonotypesWaddington Graphics, London, UKsolo
1984Jim DineWaddington Galleries, London, UKsolo
1984Jim Dine: Sculpture and DrawingsThe Pace Gallery, New York, NYsolo
1984Jim Dine, Works 1958–1963Sonnabend Gallery, New York, NYsolo
1983Nancy Outside in July: Etchings by Jim DineArt Institute of Chicago, Chicago, ILsolo
1983Jim Dine: Etchings, Woodcuts, MonotypesGalerie Kaj Forsblom, Helsinki, Finlandsolo
1983Jim Dine in Los AngelesLos Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CAsolo
1983Centric 8: Jim Dine, Apocalypse, The Revelation of St. John the DivineUniversity Art Museum, California State University, Long Beach, CAsolo
1983Jim Dine: Gravures et MonotypesGalerie Alice Pauli, Lausanne, Schweizsolo
1983Jim Dine: 30 New Paintings and Figure DrawingsRichard Gray Gallery, Chicago, ILsolo
1982Jim Dine: Drawings and PrintsThorden Wetterling Gallery, Göteborg, Swedensolo
1982Jim Dine: European Prints 1982Waddington Graphics, London, UKsolo
1982Jim Dine: Paintings WatercolorsWaddington Galleries, London, UKsolo
1981Jim Dine: New Paintings and DrawingsThe Pace Gallery, New York, NYsolo
1981Jim Dine: TreesGalerie Isy Brachot, Brussels, Belgiumsolo
1981Jim Dine: Recent WorksThe Pace Gallery, Columbus, OHsolo
1981Jim Dine: An Exhibition of Recent Figure Drawings, 1978–80Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago, ILsolo
1980Jim DineHarcus, Krakow Gallery, Boston, MAsolo
1980Jim Dine: Recent DrawingsJanie C. Lee Gallery, Houston, TXsolo
1980Jim Dine: New PaintingsThe Pace Gallery, New York, NYsolo
1979Jim Dine: Portraits, Works on PaperGalerie Alice Pauli, Lausanne, Schweizsolo
1979Jim Dine: Figure Drawings 1975–1979University Art Museum, California State University, Long Beach, CA solo
1979Jim DineKatonah Gallery, Katonah, New York, NYsolo
1978Jim DineThe Pace Gallery, Columbus, OHsolo
1978Jim Dine's EtchingsThe Museum of Modern Art, New York, NYsolo
1978Jim Dine: New PaintingsThe Pace Gallery, New York, NYsolo
1978Jim Dine: Drawings and PrintsMakler Gallery, Philadelphia, PAsolo
1977Jim Dine: Works on Paper, 1975–1976Waddington and Tooth Galleries II, London, UKsolo
1977Jim Dine: Paintings, Drawings, Etchings, 1976The Pace Gallery, New York, NYsolo
1977Jim DineGetler, Pall Gallery, New York, NYsolo
1976Jim DineGalleria Civica d'Arte Moderna, Palazzo dei Diamanti, Ferrara, Italysolo
1976Jim Dine: PrintsWilliams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, MAsolo
1976Jim DinePenryn Gallery, Seattle, WAsolo
1975Jim DineGalerie Ileana Sonnabend, Paris, Francesolo
1975Jim DineCentre des Arts Plastiques Contemporains, Bordeaux, Francesolo
1975Jim DineCentre Culturel Américain, Paris, Francesolo
1974Jim DineSonnabend Gallery, New York, NYsolo
1974Jim DineGalerie Ileana Sonnabend, Geneva, Schweizsolo
1974Jim Dine: Recent GraphicsHopkins Center Art Galleries, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NHsolo
1974Jim Dine: PrintsInstitute of Contemporary Art, London, UKsolo
1974Jim Dine: The Summers CollectionLa Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla, CAsolo
1974Jim DineKnoedler Prints Gallery, New York, NYsolo
1973Jim Dine: Seven New PaintingsGimpel Fils, London, UKsolo
1973Jim DineDM Gallery, London, UKsolo
1973Jim DineFelicity Samuel Gallery, London, UKsolo
1973Jim DineSonnabend Gallery, New York, NYsolo
1972Jim Dine: Bilder, Collages, Skulpturen 1962–1972Galerie Gimpel and Hanover, Zurich, Schweizsolo
1972Ten Years of Jim DineAronson Gallery, Atlanta, GAsolo
1972Jim DineGalerie Ileana Sonnabend, Paris, Francesolo
1972Jim DineJack Glenn Gallery, Newport Beach, CAsolo
1972Jim Dine: Estampes Originales, Livres Illustres, DiversGalerie Gerald Cramer, Geneva, Schwezsolo
1971Jim DineL’Arco, Studio Internazionale d’Arte Grafica, Rome, Italysolo
1971Jim Dine: Schilderijen, Aquarellen, Objecten en het Complete Grafishe OeuvreMuseum Boymans-van Beuningen, Rotterdam, The Netherlandssolo
1971Jim Dine: Gemalde, Aquarelle, Objekte, GraphikStaadtische Kunsthalle, Düsseldorf, Germanysolo
1971Jim Dine: Graphik Neue Folgen und Einzelblatter Ferner wichtige Mappenwerke und Einzelblatter aus dem Jahren 1960–1968Galerie der Spiegel, Cologne, Germanysolo
1971Jim DineKunsthalle Bern, Bern, Schweizsolo
1971Jim Dine: Gemalde, Aquarelle, ObjekteStaatliche Kunsthalle BadenBaden, Baden-Baden, Germanysolo
1971Jim DineContract Graphics, Boston, MAsolo
1971Jim DineDM Gallery, London, UKsolo
1971Jim DineGalerie Ileana Sonnabend, Paris, Francesolo
1971Jim DineSonnabend Gallery, New York, NYsolo
1971Jim DineStaatliche Museum, Berlin, Germanysolo
1970Jim DineGalerie Mikro, Berlin, Germanysolo
1970Jim DineNeue Galerie der Stadt Linz, Wolgang-Gurlitt-Museum, Linz, Austriasolo
1970Jim DineMuseo Civico, Galleria d'Arte Moderna, Turin, Italysolo
1970Jim DineDunkelman Gallery, Toronto, Canadasolo
1970Jim Dine: GesamtgrafikGalerie van der Loo, Munich, Germanysolo
1970Projects de decors et costumes pour A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Picture of Dorian GrayPalais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, Belgiumsolo
1970Jim DineKestner-Gesellschaft, Hannover, Germanysolo
1970Jim DineSonnabend Gallery, New York, NYsolo
1970Jim DineWhitney Museum of American Art, New York, NYsolo
1969Jim DineKunsthalle Nürnberg, Nuremberg, Germanysolo
1969Jim DineKunstverein München, Munich, Germanysolo
1969Jim DineGalerie Ileana Sonnabend, Paris, Francesolo
1969Jim Dine: Two PaintingsRobert Fraser Gallery, London, UKsolo
1967Treasures from Inventory III: Jim Dine: Paintings, Drawings and Collages 1958–1961Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, NYsolo
1967Jim DineGalerie Rudolf Zwirner, Cologne, Germanysolo
1967Jim DineThe Gallery Upstairs, Buffalo, New York, NYsolo
1967Jim DineSidney Janis Gallery, New York, NYsolo
1967Jim Dine: Designs for A Midsummer Night's DreamThe Museum of Modern Art, New York, NYsolo
1967Jim DineGalerie Ricke, Kassel, Germanysolo
1967Nancy and I at Ithaca: Jim DineAndrew Dickson White Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NYsolo
1967Jim Dine: Collages, Drawings, PrintsHarcus, Krakow Gallery, Boston, MAsolo
1966Jim Dine: TekeningenStedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlandssolo
1966New Paintings, Sculpture and Drawings by Jim DineSidney Janis Gallery, New York, NYsolo
1966Jim Dine DrawingsRobert Fraser Gallery, London, UKsolo
1965Jim Dine, Artist in ResidenceAllen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OHsolo
1965Jim DineGalleria Gian Enzo Sperone, Turin, Italysolo
1965Jim Dine: Recent PaintingsRobert Fraser Gallery, London, UKsolo
1964Jim DineSidney Janis Gallery, New York, NYsolo
1963Jim DineGalerie Rudolf Zwirner, Cologne, Germanysolo
1963Jim DinePalais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, Belgiumsolo
1963Jim DineGalerie Ileana Sonnabend, Paris, Francesolo
1963New Paintings by Jim DineSidney Janis Gallery, New York, NYsolo
1962Jim DineGalleria dell'Ariete, Milan, Italysolo
1962Jim Dine: New WorksMartha Jackson Gallery, New York, NYsolo
1960Jim DineReuben Gallery, New York, NYsolo