Dikeou Superstars Monthly Roundup – January 2024

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

Momoyo Torimitsu, “Somehow I Don’t Feel Comfortable,” 2000, edition 1/2, 2/2. Image courtesy @oliwiasiem

A traveling edition of Momoyo Torimitsu’s “Somehow I Don’t Feel Comfortable” is currently on view at the Balloon Museum pop-up in London through February 18

Work by Jonathan Horowitz will be on view in the upcoming Yokohama Triennial, March 15-June 9, 2024

Anicka Yi, †WLETPR+L, 2023  Acrylic, UV print, aluminum artist’s frame  Gladstone Gallery

Anicka Yi’s “†WLETPR+L” presented by Gladstone Gallery was named a top artwork at Art Basel Miami by Artlyst

An example of Wade Guyton’s re-interpretation of a Manet work from his new book that overlays the Manets with patterns.Credit...Jiayun Deng/Galerie Chantal Crousel

Wade Guyton’s “Galerie Matthiesen, Ausstellung, Édouard Manet, 1928, 6. Februar bis 18 März, Vol II” was named one of the Best Art Books of 2023 by Holland Cotter. Work by Guyton is also present in Swedish fashion house Toteme’s first US store

Lisa Kereszi, Julie Atlas Muz onstage in red bikini, Fez Under Time Cafe, 2001, Courtesy of Lisa Kereszi

Work by Lisa Kereszi will be exhibited in Modena, Italy and in Texas in 2024

Topical Cream

Lizzi Bougatsos was recently featured in Topical Cream’s Rx Studio interview series

Mr. Muniz with a piece from his “Pictures of Garbage” series in 2010. Mr. Muniz donated proceeds from the sale of “Pictures of Garbage” to the Gramacho workers.Credit...Todd Heisler/The New York Times

Vik Muniz contributed a guest essay for The New York Times’ Turning Points series


January 2024