Jim Dine designs for A Midsummer Night’s Dream

« The Workshop’s theatrical director, John Hancock, had joined forces with New york painter Jim Dine to spawn a bastard production of the play totally outside established tradition. Dine’s avant-garde designs for costumes and sets plus Hancock’s adventurous stage direction produced a dynamic piece of happening-inspired theater »

Selected from the drawings and prints collection of The Museum of Modern Art
General editor William S. Lieberman
First edition, 1968

31pp

6.5 by 7.5 inches

Perfect bound with sewn signature


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