Jane Dickson

(American, b.1952)

Solo Exhibitions

* denotes catalogue published

New York, World House Gallery,Jane Dickson: Somewhere Else (19 May – 23 June)
Ft. Lauderdale, Museum of Art, Jane Dickson: Out of Here (11 May – 15 July)*
London, Scolar Fine Art / Gordon Samuel, Jane Dickson: More Live Girls and Selected Recent Work (15 Feb – 15 March)*
Birmingham, Lemberg Gallery, Jane Dickson: Road Trip (24 March – 21 April)
Boston, Miller/Block Gallery, Jane Dickson: Lucky Food (10 Feb – 10 March)

Northridge, California, California State University at Northridge Art Galleries, Jane Dickson: Almost Home* (30 August – 02 October)
Brooklyn, Galapagos Art Space, Out of Here
Los Angeles, Sandroni Rey Gallery, Hesitation

Birmingham, Lemberg Gallery, Jane Dickson: Almost Flying (10 – 31 October)
Des Moines, Vail Giesler Gallery, Jane Dickson: Strippers and Cars

Philadelphia, Temple Gallery, Tyler School of Art, Jane Dickson: Saints Grow Up

New York, The Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris, Jane Dickson: Paradise Alley*
New York, Black & Herron Space, Jane Dickson: Who Do You Think You Are?
Long Beach, Long Beach Museum of Art, Peep Land: Paintings by Jane Dickson (01 March – 19 May)

Tempe, Arizona, University Art Museum, Arizona State University, Peep Land: Paintings by Jane Dickson(02 May – 17 September)

Normal, Illinois, University Galleries, Illinois State University, Peep Land: Paintings by Jane Dickson* (18 January – 20 February)
Chicago, Illinois Art Gallery, James R. Thompson Center, Peep Land: Paintings by Jane Dickson (02 September – 14 October)
Memphis, Art Museum of the University of Memphis, Peep Land: Paintings by Jane Dickson (29 October – 23 November)

Bay Harbor Islands, Florida, Anne Jaffe Gallery, Jane Dickson
New York, Brooke Alexander Gallery, Jane Dickson: Sandpaper
New York, Creative Time, The Bride, 42nd Street Art Project (installation)

New York, Brooke Alexander Gallery, Jane Dickson: Trust Me

New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Jane Dickson: Selected Prints

New York, Brooke Alexander Gallery,Jane Dickson: Revelers

Philadelphia, Moore College of Art, Jane Dickson: Life Under Neon*

New York, Brooke Alexander Gallery, Jane Dickson: Demolition Derby
New York, Fawbush Gallery, Jane Dickson, Drawings

New York, Brooke Alexander Gallery, Jane Dickson: City of Night

New York, Brooke Alexander Gallery, Jane Dickson: Amusements
New York, Brooke Alexander Gallery, Jane Dickson: Works on Paper, 1983-84

Delahunty Gallery, New York

Fun Gallery, New York
Fashion Moda, New York, City Maze (in collaboration with Crash, NOC, Bobby G, & Sandy S)

Group Exhibitions

* denotes catalogue published

New York, World House Gallery, NOT@The Armory Show 2002 (21-25 February)

Ghent, Belgium, Modern Chinese Art Foundation Gallery, Reconfiguration (07 Sept – 08 Oct)*
New Rochelle, New York, Castle Gallery, College of New Rochelle, Driving Women (22 April – 15 June)
Beijing, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Reconfiguration (21 April – 18 May)*
New London, Connecticut, Lyman Allyn Museum of Art at Connecticut College, Beyond the Mountains: The Contemporary American Landscape* (09 February – 23 March)
Ft. Wayne, Indiana, Ft. Wayne Museum of Art, Beyond the Mountains: The Contemporary American Landscape* (18 November 2000 – 14 January 2001)

Baltimore, Contemporary Museum, Snapshot
Redmond, Washington, Microsoft Art Collection, Recent Acquisitions
Staten Island, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Go Figure: The other side of Modernism* (curated by Lily Wei)
Gainsville, Florida, Harn Museum of Art, The Perpetual Well: Contemporary Art from the Collection of The Jewish Museum (20 January – 09 April)
Boise, Idaho, Boise Art Museum, Beyond the Mountains: The Contemporary American Landscape* (12 August – 22 October)
Lakeland, Florida, Polk Museum of Art, Beyond the Mountains: The Contemporary American Landscape* (27 May – 06 August)
Muskegon, Michigan, Muskegon Museum of Art, Beyond the Mountains: The Contemporary American Landscape* (26 February – 09 April)

New Orleans, Newcomb Gallery, Tulane University, Beyond the Mountains: The Contemporary American Landscape* (curated by Michael Klein) (01 December 1999 – 13 February 2000)

Durham, The Art Museum, University of New Hampshire, Together/Working*
Bronx, New York, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, Urban Mythologies
Brooklyn, Eyewash, Valentine ’99
Orange, California, Guggenheim Gallery, Chapman University, Pushing Paint (07 September – 08 October)

New York, The Jewish Museum, The Ten Commandments
New York, Alitash Kebede Contemporary Art, New York Eight
New York, Louise Ross Gallery, Peep Show
New York, Kent Gallery, A Delicate Condition 
New York, Avanti Galleries, Inc., On Paper
New York, James Graham & Sons, Drawings

Poughkeepsie, New York, Vassar College, College Center Gallery, Studio Faculty Selects
New York, Exit Art/The First World, Public Notice
New York, Stefan Stux Gallery, Sex / Industry
Seoul, Korea, Kukje Gallery
Badajaz, Spain, MEIAC, Alem Da Agua

New York, Avanti Galleries, Inc., The Usual Suspects (with John Ahearn, Andrew Castrucci, Crash, Daze, Jenny Holzer, Gary Simmons and Martin Wong)

New York, The Drawing Center, Cultural Economies: Histories from the Alternative Arts Movement, New York City
Washington, D.C., National Museum of Women in the Arts, Partners in Printmaking: Works from SOLO Impressions
New York, Franklin Furnace, Voyeurs’ Delight
New York, Curt Marcus Gallery, The Baseball Show

New York, The Museum of Modern Art, Published by Joe Fawbush
New York, Lombard/Fried Fine Arts, Wheel of Fortune
New York, American Academy of Arts and Letters, 47th Annual Academy Purchase Exhibition
Duluth, Tweed Museum of Art, University of Minnesota, (and 10 other Mid-western venues), Women in Print: Prints from 3M by Contemporary Women Print Makers
New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, Edward Hopper and the American Imagination (continuous slide show)
New York, Art at the Anchorage, Creative Time, Material Matters (with Hope Sandrow)
Buffalo, New York, Burchfield-Penney Art Center, Buffalo State College, Alternatives: 20 Years of Hallwalls

Tokyo, Odakyu Museum, New York Realism-Past and Present* -exhibition traveled to Kagoshima City Museum of Art, Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art, The Museum of Art, Kintetsu, Osaka; Fukushima Prefectural Museum of Art; Tampa Museum of Art, Florida

New York, The Drawing Center, Cadavre Equis –exhibition traveled to The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Lorient, France, Galerie de L’Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Lorient, Les temps d’un Dessin
Hamburg, Kunstverein, Children in Crisis
Raleigh, North Carolina Museum of Art, New York-New York or Urban Images
New York, Solo Gallery, Crime

New York, Creative Time, 42nd Street Art Project
London, Boundry Gallery, Agi Katz Fine Art, American Art in the 20th Century: The Female Perspective
Minneapolis, Montgomery Glasoe Fine Art, Rewriting History: The Salon of 1993
New York, Richard Anderson Gallery, Nancy Spero Invites
New York, Pat Hearn Gallery, Freisenwall 120–Selected Works

New York, Associated American Artists, A Feast for the Eyes
Baltimore, Maryland Art Place (curated by Joe Lewis)
New York, Phillipe Briet Gallery, An Exhibition for Satyajit Ray
Chicago, Betsy Rosenfield Gallery
Long Island City, New York, P.S.1 Museum, Institute for Contemporary Art, Slow Art: Painting in New York

New York, Charles Cowles Gallery, Drawings
New York, Brooke Alexander Gallery, Drawings
New York, Brooke Alexander Editions, Recent Prints
Providence, Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Art for Your Collection
Summit, New Jersey Center for the Visual Arts, Traffic Jam
Chicago, Betsy Rosenfield Gallery
Albuquerque, Graham Gallery, Short Stories
Columbus, Ohio, Columbus Museum of Art, Setting the Stage: Contemporary Artists Design for the Performing Arts

New York, Artists Space, Witnesses Against Our Vanishing
Chicago, Betsy Rosenfield Gallery
New York, American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, 42nd Annual Purchase Exhibition
New York, Fawbush Gallery, Selections from Fawbush Editions

Washington, D.C., National Gallery of Art, The 1980’s: Prints from the Collection of Joshua P. Smith*
New York, The Whitney Museum of American Art at Equitable Center, Nocturnal Visions in Contemporary Painting
New York, American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, 41st Annual Purchase Exhibition
Toronto, Canada, BMW Canada, Inc. Drive!
Madison, Wisconsin, Madison Art Center, Urban Images
Bronxville, Long Island, Hillwood Art Gallery, 100 Drawings by Women
Sheboygan, Wisconsin, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, The Automobile in Contemporary Art
Kansas City, Missouri, Mark Twain Bank, Driven
Miami, Bass Museum of Art, The Future Now

Amsterdam, Kunst Rai, Ein Keuze/A Choice (curated by Fred Wagemans)
New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The 1980’s: A New Generation
New York, The Museum of Modern Art, Committed to Print* (traveled)
New York, Dia Art Foundation, Cultural Participation
Kansas City, Kansas, Kansas City Art Institute, Nocturne: Portraying the Night
New York, Curt Marcus Gallery, Works on Paper

South Hadley, Massachusetts, Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, A Graphic Muse: Prints by Contemporary American Women – exhibition traveled to Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven; Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, California; Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond; The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City; The Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris, Viewer as Voyeur

New York, The Kitchen, Arts and Leisure: Group Material
Brooklyn, The Brooklyn Museum, Public and Private: American Prints Today – exhibition traveled to Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, Michigan; Rhode School of Design, Providence; Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis,
Greensboro, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Art on Paper

New York, The Whitney Museum of American Art, 1985 Biennale Exhibition
Tokyo, Laforet Museum Harajuku, Correspondences: New York Art Now; exhibition traveled to Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts, Utsunomiya; Tagaki Hall Espace Media, Kobe
Indianapolis, Indiana, Indianapolis Center for Contemporary Art, Herron Gallery, The Big Car Show
Brooklyn, Art at the Anchorage, Creative Time

Washington, D.C., Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Content: A Contemporary Focus, 1974-1984*
New York, Semaphore East, Urban Landscapes
Oberlin, Ohio, Allen Memorial Art Museum, Drawings: After Photography (curated by William Olander) exhibition traveled to Mitchell Museum, Mt. Vernon, Illinois; Aspen Center for Visual Arts, Aspen; Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, Wisconsin; Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport, California
Chicago, Dart Gallery, Night Lights
New York, New Math Gallery, Romanticism
New York, The Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris, On 42nd Street
New York, Piezo Electric
New York, Brooke Alexander Gallery, Central Images
Buffalo, New York, Hallwalls and C.E.P.A., Buffalo, Motives (curated by Claudia Gould)
Stockholm, Galerie Ingstrom, Group Show
Waterville, New Hampshire, Colby College Museum of Art, Call and Response:Art on Central America

Long Island City, New York, P.S.1 Museum, Institute for Contemporary Art, The New Portrait (curated by Jeffrey Deitch)
Clinton, New York, Emeron Gallery, Hamilton College, Regentrified Jungle
Chicago, N.A.M.E. Gallery, Compassionate Images
New York, White Columns, (organized by Exit Art), Dirty Pictures — exhibition traveled to Real Art Ways, Hartford, Connecticut
New York, The Kitchen, (in collaboration with Colab), sland of Negative Utopia
New York, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, 1984 Show
New York, Barbara Gladstone Gallery, State of the Art

London, Lisson Gallery, London/New York
New York, ABC No Rio, The Crime Show
New York, Semaphore, Another Look at Landscape

Seattle, AND/OR Gallery, Two Suitcases Show
New York, White Columns, Cave Girls Create Chaos
Bronx, New York, P.S. 184, Bronx,Forest Avenue Maze (with Justen Ladda, Jody Culkin and Peter Fend)
New York, Artist’s Space, New Work (curated by Walter Robinson)

New York, Collaborative Projects (Colab), The Times Square Show
New York, 123 Delancy Street, The Real Estate Show
New York, The New Museum of Contemporary Art, Events: Fashion Moda
New York, Brooke Alexander Gallery, New York, Collaborative Projects Presents a Benefit Exhibition
New York, Mudd Club Gallery, Lower Manhattan Drawing Show (curated by Keith Haring)
New York, Fashion Moda, Animals in Cities (installation–curated by Christy Rupp)
New York, 591 Broadway, Dog Show


Kraus, Chris. “America the Transient,” article in Art in America, October, pp.148-153.
Russell, Candice. “The Highway Kind,” City Link (Ft. Lauderdale) 27 June, p.67
Mills, Michael. “The Dog Days Are Here,” New Times Broward-Palm Beach, 28 June -04 July, p.35.
Staff. “New Jane Dickson Show to open May 11 at MoA,” Antiques and The Arts Weekly, 04 May, p.32.
Klein, Michael. “Out of Here,” essay in Jane Dickson: Out of Here, exhibition catalogue, Ft. Lauderdale, Museum of Art, 11 May – 15 July.
Duggan, Ginger Gregg. “Jane Dickson,” essay in Jane Dickson: Out of Here, exhibition catalogue, Ft. Lauderdale, Museum of Art, 11 May – 15 July.
Gascoigne, Laura. “Jane Dickson,” Galleries (London,) 01 February (vol XVIII, no.9)
McQuaid, Cate. “Jane Dickson: Lucky Food at Miller Block Gallery,” The Boston Globe, 23 February.
Bee, Susan, and Mira Schor, eds.. M/E/A/N/I/N/G : An Anthology of Artist’s Writings, Theory, and Criticism, Duke University Press.
Gascoigne, Laura. “Jane Dickson,” What’s On In London, 07 – 14 March
MacCash, Douglas,”Landscape show looks at scenery inside artists’heads” New Orleans Times,( Picayune/ Lagniappe Section) 2-11-00
Kapitanoff, Nancy, “Grass Roots”, LA Times, 01 September 1999
Muchnic, Suzanne. “City Focus: Los Angeles,” ARTnews, June”
Jane Dickson,” Art Scene (Los Angeles), June (vol18, no.10)
Drake, Julie, “Images of Home and Family” The Daily Sundial, CSUN, 30 August 1999
Oilman, Leah. “Wry View of Suburbia’s Blandness,” LA Times, 11 May 1999
Frank, Peter. “Art Picks: Steven Prina, Jane Dickson,” LA Weekly, 04 June 1999
“Jane Dickson:Working Proof,” Art On Paper, Jan-Feb (vol.2, no.3)
Landi, Ann. “Who Hails from Hopper,” ARTnews, March
Lotringer, Sylvere. “Jane Dickson,” BOMB, Summer, pp.20-25.
Lifson, Ben. “Jane Dickson at The Whitney Museum at Philip Morris,” Artforum, October
Katz, Vincent. “Jane Dickson at Black + Herron,” Art in America, JulyCotter, Holland. “A Romantic Haze on Dead-End Lives of the City,” The New York Times, 14 June
Gonzales-Day, Ken. “Jane Dickson at Long Beach Museum of Art,” Art Issues, March/April
Halle, Howard. “Stranger Than Paradise,” Time Out New York, 24 April
McCormick, Carlo. “Jane Dickson: Paradise Alley–a portfolio,” ArtWeb Magazine, May/June
Mahoney, Robert. “Jane Dickson, Who Do You Think You Are,” Time Out New York, JanuaryKnight, Christopher. The L.A. Times Newspaper, 18 January
Cheesborough, Steve. “Peep Show,” The AZ Republic/Phoenix Gazette, 29 MayMcCarthy, David. “Jane Dickson: Peepland,” Art Papers, March/April
Craft, Dan. “Night Moves: Artist Explores Life After Dark,” The Paragraph, 21 January
Schjeldahl, Peter, Glenn O’Brien, Jennifer Kabat and with an interview by Barry Blinderman. “Where The Wild Things Are,” “Peep Show at the Magnetic Go-Go Pole,” “When Dawn Was Little…,” and “Sex, Cars and Carnivals: a Conversation with Jane Dickson,” essays in Peep Land: Paintings by Jane Dickson, exhibition catalogue, University Galleries, Illinois State University at Normal
Badie, Donald La. “Fear, Changed Reality Define Exhibitors’ Personal Visions,” The Commercial Appeal, 05 November
Flam, Denise. “Getting to the Root of it,” Newsday, 17 March
Gamerman, Amy. “The Gallery: Is it Art or Just a Bad Hair Day,” The Wall Street Journal, 05 April
Plath, James. “Peep Land: Paintings by Jane Dickson 1983-1993,” Dialogue, Spring
Knyphausen, Von Alexandra zu. “Heir galoppiert die Phantasie,” Wochenend Journal, 20 January
Schjeldahl, Peter. “All You Need,” The Village Voice, 03 August
Staff. “Robin Winters/Jane Dickson,” The New Yorker, 15 March
Kolway, Jurgen. “Die Verdankten Probleme, New York,” Die Zeit, October
Balken, Debra Bricker. Jane Dickson at Brooke Alexander,” Art in America, May
Cotter, Holland. “Jane Dickson,” The New York Times, 21 February
Glueck, Grace. “New York: The Painted City,” Gill Smith Publishers, Salt Lake City
Gopnick, Adam. “Jane Dickson,” The New Yorker, 17 February
Hess, Elizabeth. “Heart Like A Wheel,” The Village Voice, 25 February
Kölwa, Jurgen. “Die Verdangten Probleme, NY,” Die Zeit Magazine, October
Loughery, John. “Minor Masters, Neglected Giants,” The Hudson Review, Summer
Pedersen, Victoria. “Gallery GoRound,” Paper, FebruarySpring, Justin. “Jane Dickson/Brooke Alexander,” Artforum, May
Volk, Carol. “Jane Dickson,” Art & Antiques, February1991Raynor, Vivien. “Seeing Beauty or Problems,” The New York Times, 06 October1990
De Vuono, Frances. “Jane Dickson, Brooke Alexander,” ARTnews, SummerRatcliff, Carter. “American Nocturnes,” Elle, January
Torday, Robert. “Art, Antiques and Auctions,” Pan Am Clipper Magazine, March1989
Sozanski, Edward J. “Urban Images in Garish Colors,” Philadelphia Inquirer, 01 June1988
Brenson, Michael. “Jane Dickson,” The New York Times, 22 January
Campbell, Lawrence. “Jane Dickson at Brooke Alexander,” Art in America, June
Enders, Alexandra. “The New Gospel,” Art & Antiques, JanuaryIndiana, Gary. “Blood and Guts,” The Village Voice, 02 January
O’Brien, Glenn. “Jane Dickson,” Artforum, MayBraff, Phyllis. “Seeing the City as Artists Do,” The New York Times, 25 October
Lipson, Karin. “New York: Gift and Glamour,” Newsday, 02 October
Gould, Claudia. “Jane Dickson, An Interview,” The Print Collector’s Newsletter,volume XVII, no.6, January/February
Engler, Brigitte. “Play and Decay,” Paper, February
Indiana, Gary. “Jane Dickson,” The Village Voice, 25 FebruaryRaynor, Vivien. “Jane Dickson and Dick Miller,” The New York Times, 21 February
Silverman, Andrea. “Jane Dickson at Brooke Alexander,” ARTnews, May1985Bass, Ruth. “New Editions: Jane Dickson,” ARTnews, October
Brody, Jacqueline. “Jane Dickson: Mother and Child Stairwell, White-haired Girl,” The Print Collector’s Newsletter, volume XV, no.6, January/February
Cameron, Dan. “Illustration is Back in the Picture,” ARTnews, NovemberClothier, Peter. “City Art: 9 Artists from New York at Asher Faure,” L.A. Weekly, 12-18 July
Holden, Stephen. “Stage: White Glove,” The New York Times, 29 AprilMuchnic, Suzanne. “The Art Galleries,” The Los Angeles Times, 19 July
Thorson, Alice. “Hirshhorn’s Content Swamps Issues,” New Art Examiner, February1984
Artner, Alan. “Fantasies Feed Romance of Night Lights,” The Chicago Tribune, 07 December
Brenson, Michael. “Jane Dickson,” The New York Times, 21 December
Heartney, Eleanor. “Jane Dickson, Delahunty,” ARTnews, MarchKleyn, Robert. “Protective Mimicry,” Vanguard, March
Lippard, Lucy. “Black and White and Gray All Over,” The Village Voice, 17 May
Lyon, Christopher. “Night Lights Exhibition Switches on the Art Noir,” The Chicago-Sun Times, 23 November
Nadelman, Cynthia. “Artists the Critics are Watching: Jane Dickson,” ARTnews, November
Ramirez-Harwood, Yasmin. “Paint It Black,” Paper, November
Robinson, Walter and Carlo McCormick. “Slouching Toward Avenue D,” Art in America, Summer
Russell, John. “Situation,” The New York Times, 03 February
Windshield, Walter. “It’s the Art,” The East Village Eye, February
Chandler, Marcus. ‘Compassionate Images,” New Art Examiner, February
Howell, John. “Art Takes 1: SoHo; Jane Dickson, Delahunty,” New York Beat, December
Russell, John. “In the Arts: Critic’s Choices,” The New York Times, 27 November1982
Brenson, Michael. “Art Lights Up Times Square,” The New York Times, 02 December
Flood, Richard. “Documenta 7: Fashion Moda,” ArtForum. October
Glueck, Grace. “Critic’s Notebook,” The New York Times, 02 December
Larson, Kay. “Art,” New York Magazine, 08 March
Skoggard, Ross. “Group Show at Artists Space,” Art in America, January
Glueck, Grace. “The New Collectives–A Wilder Audience,” The New York Times, 01 February
Levin, Kim. “Anarchy in the M.C.,” The Village Voice, 31 December
Deitch, Jeffrey. “Report from Times Square,” Art in America, Summer