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Jim Dine

The Picture of Dorian Gray

September 28 to December 14, 2005

This installation features a series of Jim Dine lithographs created as illustrations for a stage script for Oscar Wilde's A Picture of Dorian Gray. While the novel was originally set in the Victorian era, Dine Gray. Dine's designs for costumes and props have an unmistakably 1960s feel, suggesting the timelessness of Wilde's tale of vanity and depravity.

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