Dikeou Superstars

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 photographed by Spike Jonze in 2010

Marcel Dzama spoke to Artspace about his early years growing up in Winnipeg and the house fire that helped reignite his creativity

Photo credit: Sebastian Kim

Anicka Yi’s solo exhibition ÄLñ§ñ is currently on view at Gladstone Gallery through November 12. She also has work on view at MIT’s List Visual Arts Center through February 26, and she will be in residence at Stanford’s Institute for Diversity in the Arts and the Office of the Vice President for the Arts in collaboration with the Human and Planetary Health working group through June 2023.

Photo source: CulturedMag.com

Anya Kielar will teach a fabric making workshop at Pioneer Works on Saturday, November 5. Her exhibition, Shadow Box, on view at PW through December 11, was recently reviewed on CulturedMag.com

Photo source: Emory.edu

Read Chad Dawkins essay “The Black Emergency Cultural Coalition: Direction Action and Attica Prison” on Emory University’s Rose Library Scholar Blog

Giasco Bertoli, TAPES

Giasco Bertoli’s book Tapes is currently available from RVB Books, in regular and special editions

Photo credit: Ellen Van Dusen

Designer Ellen Van Dusen’s favorite piece of clothing she owns is a sweatshirt by Misaki Kawai from NY Art Book Fair. We love it too!

Photo credit: John Daniel Powers

Lisa Kereszi’s “Water Fountain, Governors Island” was featured in a spread of James Lima’s Chelsea studio in Architectural Digest

Instagram @justingoldwater

Justin Goldwater completed his 1,692 mile trek along the Pacific Crest Trail! Congratulations!

Image Source: Cornell.edu

Watch Paul Ramirez Jonas’ Cornell University Keynote talk about his “Key to the City” project

Sebastiaan Bremer, Vinoodh 1. Courtesy Edwynn Houk Gallery

Sebastiaan Bremer’s recent exhibition at Edwynn Houk Gallery was reviewed in Musée Magazine

October 28, 2022