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Spring Online Edition, May 14 - 28, 2021

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Cristea Roberts Gallery

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Cristea Roberts Gallery is a leading international contemporary art gallery with a particular focus on original prints and works on paper.  Since its inception, the gallery has commissioned a significant number of editions by a wide range of artists, whilst also representing others for their unique works. The underlying ethos of the gallery has always been artist-led. It was originally founded in 1995 as the Alan Cristea Gallery and changed its name in September 2019 to Cristea Roberts Gallery. Acknowledged as one of the leading galleries in its field of speciality, the gallery's programme is dedicated to publishing, cataloguing, exhibiting and dealing in original prints and drawings by its roster of over 30 important international artists and Estates.

 

It participates in all the major international art fairs and has a dynamic programme of exhibitions hosted in its bespoke space in Pall Mall, London. The gallery works closely with international museums on acquisitions and loans, and examples of its editions are held in major public collections around the world including Tate, London; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; and Museum of Modern Art, New York.

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Sydney Close, Memoir 7 (detail), Jim Dine

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Cristea Roberts Gallery’s online IFPDA presentation celebrates the launch of the latest volume of Jim Dine’s catalogue raisonné of graphic works. Over the last twenty years, Dine has produced over 750 prints making use of both familiar and new iconography to consistently push the boundaries of what he can achieve in printmaking. This scholarly new publication includes and illustrates all of the editions and artist’s books he had made between 2001-2020; entitled 'I Print', it was researched and compiled by Tobias Burg - the curator of prints at the Museum Folkwang in Essen, Germany - and published by Steidl.

The works on view include a selection of Dine’s new and recent editions, many seen for the first time, including two from a new series of hand-painted monoprints entitled 'Sydney Close Memoir'. The underlying image for this composition is based on a photograph taken in the 1980s at the artist’s studio in London, enlarged and then extensively overpainted using acrylic paint with the addition of collage at his studio in Paris. The other works on view were all made at Dine’s woodcut studio in Apetlon in Austria.

Copies of the book are available to purchase from Cristea Roberts Gallery.

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Cristea Roberts Gallery: Jim Dine, I Print

Jim Dine

Sydney Close, Memoir 7

2020

251.0 x 125.5 cm

Acrylic paint with sand on printed paper

The artist, Cristea Roberts Gallery

Unique. Signed, annotated and dated lower edge recto, in black pen

$45,000

Jim Dine

Sydney Close, Memoir 8

2020

251.0 x 125.5 cm

Acrylic paint with sand on printed paper

The artist, Cristea Roberts Gallery

Unique. Signed, annotated and dated lower edge recto, in black pen

$45,000

Jim Dine

The Magic Sleeves

2020

106.5 x 157.5 cm

Three-colour woodcut and digital print with hand painting on Hahnemühle 350 gsm paper

The artist, Cristea Roberts Gallery

Edition of 9

$15,000

Jim Dine

Shirt and Buttons

2019

178.0 x 125.4 cm

One-colour woodcut monoprint in black with fabric collage on 300 gsm paper Hahnemühle 1584 paper

The artist, Cristea Roberts Gallery

Unique

$37,000

The Magic Sleeves (detail), Jim Dine

Jim Dine

After Supper the Sandpit Glows

2020

184.4 x 125.0 cm

Six-colour woodcut on Hahnemühle 350 gsm paper

The artist, Cristea Roberts Gallery

Edition of 7

$20,000

After Supper the Sandpit Glows (detail), Jim Dine

Jim Dine

Sydney Close, Memoir 7

251.0 x 125.5 cm

Acrylic paint with sand on printed paper

Unique. Signed, annotated and dated lower edge recto, in black pen

$45,000

Jim Dine

Sydney Close, Memoir 8

251.0 x 125.5 cm

Acrylic paint with sand on printed paper

Unique. Signed, annotated and dated lower edge recto, in black pen

$45,000

Jim Dine

The Magic Sleeves

106.5 x 157.5 cm

Three-colour woodcut and digital print with hand painting on Hahnemühle 350 gsm paper

Edition of 9

$15,000

Jim Dine

Shirt and Buttons

178.0 x 125.4 cm

One-colour woodcut monoprint in black with fabric collage on 300 gsm paper Hahnemühle 1584 paper

Unique

$37,000

Jim Dine

After Supper the Sandpit Glows

184.4 x 125.0 cm

Six-colour woodcut on Hahnemühle 350 gsm paper

Edition of 7

$20,000