Dikeou Superstars Monthly Roundup

A quick snapshot of what Dikeou Collection artists have been up to over the past month, and what to look forward to next month.

Marcel Dzama at his Brooklyn studio, wearing a papier-mâché mask of a bull that he made in 2013 based on a painting by the Dadaist artist Francis Picabia. Credit: Chase Middleton of NYT

Marcel Dzama had a big month with his incredible “To live on the Moon (For Lorca)” performance for the Performa Biennial. He spoke about the project with Artnet, and was also profiled by The New York Times about his unique mask collection

Exhibition view: Jonathan Horowitz & Rob Pruitt, Peacock Hill Houses, 303 Gallery, New York, 2023. Photo: Justin Craun

Jonathan Horowitz and partner Rob Pruitt’s “Peacock Hill Houses” is on view at 303 Gallery through December 16


Lizzi Bougatsos interviewed Bush Tetras band members Cynthia Sley and Pat Place for Talkhouse

Vik Muniz, “The Quarry at Biémus, After Paul Cézanne (Surfaces),” 2023

Vik Muniz’ solo exhibition, “Surfaces,” is on view at Ben Brown Fine Arts Hong Kong through January 27

[caption id="attachment_5610" align="alignnone" width="500"] A shiny ceiling. The Dikeou Collection has re-opened for an exhibition of Devon Dikeou's work, Feb. 20, 2020. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)[/caption]

Devon Dikeou’s “Mid-Career Smear” at Dikeou Collection received a glowing shoutout from Travel Lens 


Johannes VanDerBeek and his sister Sara announce that the estate of their father, artist Stan VanDerBeek, will now be represented by Magenta Plains

Patricia Cronin, “Aphrodite Genetrix,” 2023, @patricia_cronin

Work by Patricia Cronin is on view in “Retinal Hysteria” at Venus Over Manhattan through January 13. Cronin also announced that she joined the board of the Carolee Schneemann Foundation

Installation view of 'House in Motion', de la Cruz Collection, 2023–24. Pictured, from left to right: Wade Guyton, Untitled, 2012. Vaughn Spann, Shadow in the Night (Blue Train), 2022; A House on Fire (Marked Man), 2023; and A Love like Dawn, 2022. Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Untitled (America #3), 1992. Courtesy of the de la Cruz Collection.

Work by Wade Guyton is on view in “House in Motion” at the de la Cruz Collection 

Chris Johanson, Untitled, 2023

Work by Chris Johanson is on view in “Piano Sale Going on Somewhere” at Michael Benevento through January 20

Drue Langlois, "Switching on the Endless Vomiter," 2023, @drue.langlois

Consider scooping up some artwork by Drue Langlois for your holiday gift exchange 


Misaki Kawai also has a fun shop full of goodies that would brighten up anyone’s winter blues

Ester Partegas, "Shadow of Another"

While at Art Basel Miami…. check out Ester Partegas’ sculpture “Shadow of Another” at the SLS Brickell Hotel 

Sebastiaan Bremer, "The Sunken Forest," 2023

Work by Sebastiaan Bremer will be presented by Graphicstudio/USF 165 at the INK Miami Art Fair

Rainer Ganahl, "Long Breat," 2023

Rainer Ganahl’s recent solo exhibition at Charmoli Ciarmoli was noted as a Must See by Artforum

December 2023

Dikeou Superstars Monthly Roundup

A quick snapshot of what Dikeou Collection artists have been up to over the past month, and what to look forward to next month.

Wade Guyton's current show at Matthew Marks Gallery. ©WADE GUYTON/COURTESY MATTHEW MARKS GALLERY

Wade Guyton’s recent exhibition at Matthew Marks Gallery received reviews in ARTnews and Whitehot Magazine

Devon Dikeou will host a guided tour of her “Mid-Career Smear” exhibition at Dikeou Collection on November 9 - free & open to the public!


Anicka Yi Studio has organized the Metaspore Symposium 2023: The Network Sensorium to take place November 4 in San Francisco. The studio also has an opening for a Generative Design Internship in Brooklyn

Misaki Kawai Manifesto for WePresent

Misaki Kawai created A Manifesto - 10 Rules for Art and Life for WePresent


Chris Johanson and Johanna Jackson constructed a “3-D visual rhizomatic sculpture” for the Old Friends/New Friends exhibition at Creativity Explored in San Francisco, on view through December 22

Joshua Abelow, Untitled, 2022, Oil on linen, 24 x 40 inches; @joshuaabelow

Joshua Abelow currently has work on view at As It Stands in Los Angeles through November 4

Brooklyn College

Patricia Cronin shared her thoughts and experiences about the impact of her work and how she balances creating art and teaching at Brooklyn College

Vik Muniz

Vik Muniz’ solo exhibition “Flora Industrialis” is on view at Universidad de Navarra through March 1, 2024

Photography by Marina Kolody. Image courtesy of Walter Robinson

Walter Robinson shared his “secret to success” with Cultured Mag

November 2023

Dikeou Superstars Monthly Roundup

A quick snapshot of what Dikeou Collection artists have been up to over the past month, and what to look forward to next month.

Anicka Yi, A Shimmer Through the Quantum Foam, at Esther Schipper

Anicka Yi’s solo exhibition “A Shimmer Through the Quantum Foam” is on view at Esther Schipper Berlin through October 21

Chloe Sevigny, Fucking Awesome, Photographed by Lizzi Bougatsos

Lizzi Bougatsos photographed Chloe Sevigny’s new collection with skate brand Fucking Awesome

Paul Ramirez Jonas, Let Freedom Ring, on PBS NewsHour

Paul Ramírez Jonas and his monument “Let Freedom Ring” were recently featured on PBS NewsHour

Johannes Vanderbeek, Sand Idol, at Halsey McKay Gallery

Work by Johannes Vanderbeek is currently on view at Halsey McKay Gallery 

Chris Johanson, Untitled Triptych, at Altman Siegal

Work by Chris Johanson is currently on view at Altman Siegel

Devon Dikeou with Kim Kennedy-White, History Colorado

Devon Dikeou recently signed off on her oral history project with History Colorado

Ester Partegas, Real Estate, at Tenerife Espacio de las Artes

Work by Ester Partegas is currently on view at Tenerife Espacio de las Artes

Patricia Cronin, Brooklyn College

Patricia Cronin is currently serving as Distinguished Professor at Brooklyn College

Mermaids at Corner 7

Work by Sarah Staton will be exhibited in “Mermaids” at Corner 7, October 14-22

Sebastiaan Bremer, poster for The Breeders

If you happen to catch The Breeders on tour in Seattle next month, be sure to pick up a special edition poster designed by Sebastiaan Bremer

October 2023

Dikeou Superstars Monthly Roundup

A quick snapshot of what Dikeou Collection artists have been up to over the past month, and what to look forward to next month.

Agathe Snow

Agathe Snow is currently exhibiting in “Strange Attractors, A Chaotic Bloom” with Randy Polubmbo at Willoughby in Southold, NY through October 20

Misaki Kawai's pop-up at 10680 Taipei

Misaki Kawaii set up *the* cutest pop-up shop at 10680 Taipei, open through September 2

Paul Ramírez Jonas, Let Freedom Ring (2023)

Paul Ramírez Jonas “Let Freedom Ring” is now on view on the National Mall in Washington D.C. through September 2023

Work by Jonathan Horowitz and Chris Johanson will be featured by Mitchell-Innes & Nash at Frieze Seoul 2023, September 6-9

Chris Johanson is also exhibiting in “Living In A World Of Holes With The Hole Makers” with Johanna Jackson at Jack Hanley Gallery East Hampton through September 10

Lawrence Seward, oil on panel, 40"x36", 2020

Work by Lawrence Seward is on view at The Art Gallery, University of Hawai’i at Mānoa as part of the Honolulu New Painting Invitational, through October 22

Lisa Kereszi published a new book, MMXXIII - Vol. LIV - ‘IN’ with her family, Benjamin Donaldson and Ottilie Leete, available for pre-order

Nils Folke Anderson participated the Church of Heavenly Rest’s artist lecture series (. . . this happened 10 months ago, but worth a share and a watch!)

Announcement by @__sarah__staton__

Work by Sarah Staton will be exhibited in “Light Years Ahead” at John Marchant Gallery in Brighton, September 16-October 28

Wade Guyton, Untitled 2023 Epson UltraChrome HDX inkjet on linen 84 × 69 inches; 213 × 175 cm

An exhibition of recent paintings by Wade Guyton will be on view at Matthew Marks Gallery September 15-October 28

September 2023

Dikeou Superstars Monthly Roundup

A quick snapshot of what Dikeou Collection artists have been up to over the past month, and what to look forward to next month.

Sarah Staton with her sculpture, The Chicken and the Egg

Sarah Staton revealed her new public art sculpture, The Chicken and the Egg, in Camberwell, London. Sarah is the lead artist and curator of this rotating sculpture program.

Marcel Dzama, Death Disco Dance (2011). © Marcel Dzama. Courtesy of the artist and David Zwirner.

Marcel Dzama has been announced as a participant in this year’s Performa Biennial in New York. He also created a skateboard sculpture in collaboration with Girl Skateboards and Modernica

Lisa Kereszi, Joe Jr.'s Belly, 1998, from the series Joe's Junkyard. Archival pigment print, 20 x 24 inches.

Work by Lisa Kereszi is on view in “Intimate Strangers” at Yancey Richardson through August 18. 


In case you missed it, Patricia Cronin has taken the role as Artistic Director of the World’ First LQBTQ+ VR Museum.

Sebastiaan Bremer, “I’ve been holding my breath for a while now #2” (2021, 12.7/8” x 19”

Sebastiaan Bremer has 5 AP prints of “I’ve been holding my breath for a while now #2” and “Little Silver Breakfast” available for sale. 

Wade Guyton, Untitled Action Sculpture (Breuer), 2003

Work by Wade Guyton is on view in “Inheritance” at The Whitney Museum of American Art through February 2024.

Walter Robinson, on view at Nino Mier Gallery

Walter Robinson’s work in “Beach” at Nino Mier Gallery got a mention in Artforum’s New York Critic’s picks, on view through August 5.

August 2023