As a thank you to France, American all-rounder par excellence (painter, sculptor, photographer, printmaker, graphic designer, poet, performance art precursor...) Jim Dine has donated a body of work to the National Museum of Modern Art (MNAM), housed ... stuff! Lucky us! Dine defines his selection as "a handmade version of myself", and the least that can be said is that he has taken matters into his own hands. "The entire gift resonates with the use of my hands," he declares in a sharply crafted ... introduction that walks us through his choices. Don't even think about labelling Jim Dine as a pop eminence, also au fait of ready-mades à la Duchamp; the hip and happening 'grand-pop' of conceptualism, ranked among the top 1,000 on ArtFacts, would object.