Dike Blair

American (1952)

About the artist:

Dike Blair was born in New Castle, Pennsylvania in 1952. He studied at the University of Colorado, the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program and the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture before receiving his MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1977. He is also a writer and a professor at RISD. A collection of his writings, "Again: Selected Interviews and Essays" was published by WhiteWalls in 2007. In 2009, he was the subject of a ten-year survey at the Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro. Public collections include the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Lives in New York City Education 1977School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago; MFA 1976Whitney Museum Independent Study Program, New Yorke 1974Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME 1971-75 University of Colorado One-Person Exhibitions 2008 Mary Goldman, Los Angeles 2007 Blondeau Fine Art Services, Geneva, Switzerland "Still Lifes from 1988 to 1997," D'Amelio Terras, New York Feature Inc., New York 2005 Mary Goldman Gallery, Los Angeles, CA The Suburban, Oak Park, IL 2004 "Paintings / Prints / Sculpture," SEAD Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium Feature Inc., New York "Prints," Volume, New York 2003 "Ideal Office #2," Outcasts Inc., Paris Allston Skirt Gallery, Boston 2001 Feature Inc., New York Works on Paper, Los Angeles (catalogue) 1998Feature, Inc., New York Charleston Heights Art Center, Las Vegas, NV 1995Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna 1994Daniel Newburg Gallery, New York 1993Donna Beam Gallery, UNLV, Las Vegas, NV M D J Art Contemporain Galerie, Neuchtel, Switzerland 1991Ealan Wingate Gallery, New York Ealan Wingate Gallery (Projects Room), New York 1990Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna Dart Gallery, Chicago 1989Koury Wingate Gallery, New York 1988121 Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati 1987International With Monument, New York Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna Cash/Newhouse, New York 1986Baskerville + Watson, New York Christminster Gallery, New York 1983Serra Di Felice, New York 1981Stefanotti Gallery, New York 1980Nancy Lurie Gallery, Chicago Selected Group Exhibitions 2008Art on Paper 2008 Biennial, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC "Renaissance," Salvatore Ferragamo Gallery, New York, NY Dike Blair and Noah Sheldon, D'Amelio Terras, New York "It's Gouache & Gouache Only," Jeff Bailey Gallery, New York curated by Geoffrey Young "Shit," Feature Inc., New York "If I told you you were beautiful, would you date me on the regular," Olivier Kamm, New York; curated by Nicholas Weist 2007"Canal Street," Mitchell Algus Gallery, New York "Greener Pastures, Prmanent Midnight," Moti Hasson Gallery, New York "Neonoir," Howard House Contemporary Art, Seattle; curated by Cameron Martin "It's Gouache & Gouache Only," Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA "Lose (oneself) in," Mary Godman Gallery, Los Angeles 2006"Two Friends and So On," Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York; organzed by Jonathan Horowitz and Rob Pruitt, curated by friends "Mystic River," Southfirst: Art, Brooklyn, NY; curated by Noah Sheldon (catalogue) 2005"Suspended Narratives," Lora Reynolds Gallery, Austin, TX; curated by Maureen Mahony "Non compatibles: Une peinture sans qualités," Villa Tamaris Centre D'Art, La Seyne-sur-Mer, France; curated by Catherine Perret "Works by Selected Gallery Artists," Mary Goldman Gallery, Los Angeles "The General's Jamboree: Guild & Greyshkul's 2nd Annual Watercolor Exhibtion," Guild & Greyshkul, New York "Bridge Freezes Before Road," Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York; curated by Neville Wakefield "Tableaux-Ecrans," Galerie Les filles du calvaire, Paris and Brussels, Belgium (catalogue) "Celebrate 22 Years & A New Home," Tilton Gallery, New York "Vanishing Point," Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH (catalogue) 2004"Emoticons," Guild & Greyshkul, New York; curated by Kevin Zucker 2004 Biennial Exhibition, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (catalogue) Mary Goldman Gallery, Los Angeles 2003"Unheimlich," Centre d'Art Contemporain la Synagogue de Delme, Delme, France "Late to Work Everyday," Dupreau Gallery, Chicago; curated by Noah Sheldon "Shangri-La," Islip Art Museum, East Islip, NY; curated by Michael St. John and Jason Duval (catalogue) 2002"Ten Realists," Mitchell Algus Gallery, New York "New Hotels for Global Nomads," Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution, New York (catalogue) "GtT2," Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; curated by ANP (catalogue) 2001 "Purple Lounge and Stars," Programa, Mexico City "Tele[visions]," Kunsthalle Wein, Vienna, Austria; curated by Joshua Decter (catalogue) "Not a. Lear," Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York; Allston Skirt Gallery, Boston; Galerie S. & H. De Buck, Ghent, Belgium; curated by ANP "Objective Color," Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT; curated by Jennifer Gross 2000 "Not a. Lear," Torch, Amsterdam; Art Process, Paris; curated by ANP "Elysian Fields," Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris (catalogue) "3ness," Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens, Deurle, Belgium; curated by ANP, Dike Blair and Edith Doove (catalogue) "Let's Entertain," Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN; Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR Museé National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg, Germany; Miami Art Museum, Miami; curated by Philippe Vergne (catalogue) "Compression," Feigen Contemporary, New York; curated by Tim Griffin "Hairy Forearm's Self-Referral," Feature Inc., New York Works on Paper, Los Angeles "Open the pod bay doors Hal." Feature Inc., New York "Exurbia," Gallery Luisotti, Santa Monica, CA; curated by Shirley Irons "City Projects," Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York; curated by ANP 1999"Still Life," Amelie Wallace Gallery at the State University of New York, Old Westbury, NY; curated by Helen Molesworth Faculty Biennial Exhibition, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI "Up Your Head," Feature Inc., New York "XN 99," Chalon sur Saône; France; curated by Stephanie Moisdon Trembley "Cruise Control," Cristinerose Gallery, New York Feature Inc., New York "Cookie Snow Feature," Cokkie Snoei Gallery, Rotterdam, the Netherlands; curated by ANP "curious.parking@stupendous.strawberry," S. & H. De Buck Gallery, Ghent, Belgium; curated by ANP 1998"La Voie Lactée (The Milky Way)," Alleged Gallery, New York (catalogue) "When Something is Happening away from You," Palmer House Cafe, Rensselaerville, NY; collected by Richard Prince "Super Freaks, Odyssey," Greene/Naftali Gallery, New York "Bonne Année!," Air de Paris, Paris "Where: Allegories of Site in Contemporary Art," Whitney Museum at Champion, Stamford, CT 1997"Hello," Feature Inc., New York Faculty Biennial Exhibition, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI Two-person exhibition (with David Robbins) Feature Inc., New York 1996"Beige," Saga Basement, Copenhagen, Denmark (catalogue) "Voyeur's Delight," Franklin Furnace, New York; organized by Barbara Rusin and Grace Roselli "Telephone-mind the gap," collaboration with Laura Stein, Basilico Fine Arts, New York 1995"Smells Like Vinyl," Roger Merians Gallery, New York; organized by Sarah Seager and Thaddeus Strode "Partly Sunny, Tomorrow," Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA "Purple 8 1/2," Galerie Jousse-Seguin, Paris "The Joy of Painting" (project by Alix Lambert and Ami Arnault), HERE Art Center, New York 1994"The Winter of Love," P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, NY Off Shore Gallery, East Hampton, NY "L'Hiver de l'amour," Museé National d'Art Moderne, Paris (catalogue) Daniel Newburg Gallery, New York Galerie Rizzo, Paris 1993"The Return of the Cadavre Exquis," Drawing Center, New York; Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC; Forum for Contemporary Art, St. Louis, MO; Fundación para el Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico City; Santa Monica Art Museum, Santa Monica, CA; curated by Ann Philbin and Ingrid Schaffner (catalogue) "Futura Book Collection," Air de Paris, Nice, France "June," Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris 1992"Les mystères de l'auberge espagnole," Villa Arson, Nice, France "Les Survivants," La Galerie de Paris, Paris; curated by Elein Fleiss and Jean-Luc Vilmouth "Zeitgenössische Photographie," Slovensk" National Gallery, Bratislavia, Solvakia "One + One," La Galerie du Mois, Paris "Tattoos," Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York "Technorama," Barbara Toll Gallery, New York; curated by Kathleen Cullen and Russel Lederman "Ikebana," Jack Tilton Gallery, New York "20th Anniversary Show," C.U. Art Galleries, Boulder, CO 1990"Small Works," Koury Wingate Gallery, New York "High Season II " A Multiple/Print Show," Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna ""Dike Blair, Maureen Conner, John Franklin, Linda Roush," Roy Boyd Gallery, Santa Monica, CA 1989"White Christmas," Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna "Bellevue," Museum of Modern Art, Vienna; curated by Herwig Kempinger (catalogue) "Image World," Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (catalogue) "Moscow-Vienna-New York," Festival of Vienna, Vienna (catalogue) "Erotophobia," Simon Watson Gallery, New York "The Unconventional Landscape," John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI "Recent Acquistions: Prints," Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY "The Images of American Pop Culture Today III," La Foret Art Museum, Tokyo (catalogue) 1988"Dike Blair, Stephen Ellis, General Idea," Koury Wingate Gallery, New York "Summer '88," Koury Wingate Gallery, New York "Der Hund in mir ? The Dog Within," Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna "USA ? Back and Now," Galerie Lendle, Graz, Austria Galerie Kahle, Hamburg, Germany 1987"The New Romantic Landscape," Whitney Museum of American Art at Fairfield County, Stamford, CT (catalogue) "Dreams of the Alchemist," Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati, OH; organized by Theodore Sharps "Playback," Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna; curated by Jeffrey Rian "Art Against AIDS," Baskerville + Watson, New York Baskerville + Watson, New York 1986"Landscape in the Age of Anxiety," Lehman College Art Gallery, City University of New York, New York; curated by Nina Castelli Sundell (catalogue) Heland and Thorden Wetterling Galleries, Stockholm "Painting and Sculpture Today," Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN (catalogue) Cash/Newhouse, New York 1985"Autogeneticphotopsia," Christminster Gallery, New York; curated by Bill Komoski 1984Baskerville + Watson, New York "Activated Walls," Queens Museum, Queens, New York (catalogue) "Artists Call," Metro Pictures, New York Serra Di Felice, New York Two-person exhibition, Jack Tilton Gallery, New York 1983"Terminal Show," Brooklyn Terminal, Brooklyn, NY Jack Tilton Gallery, New York Sherry French Gallery, New York 1982"Energie New York," Centre d'Exchanges, Lyon, France (catalogue) "The Red Show," Stefanotti Gallery, New York 1981"1-80 Series," Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, NE (catalogue) Braathen-Gallozi Contemporary Art, Inc., New York "Art from New York," Mitzi Landau Gallery, Los Angeles Commodities Corporation Traveling Exhibition 1980Texas Gallery, Houston 1979Nancy Lurie Gallery, Chicago Barbara Toll Gallery, New York "24 x 24," Max Hutchinson Gallery, New York 1977Artists Space, New York 1974"Metropolitan Show," Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO Selected Bibliography 2008Carlin, T. J., "Dike Blair/Noah Sheldon," Time Out New York, April 2 - 8, 2008, p.68 Graves, Jen. "Blart." The Stranger, August 29 Knight, Christopher. "Around the Galleries: Light Meets Shadow." Los Angeles Times, May 16 Falconer, Morgan, "Dike Blair/Noah Sheldon," ArtReview, June 2008, p.151 Lupo, Nancy, "Dike Blair." ArtSlant, June "Dike Blair and Noah Sheldon," n+1 Magazine, 2008 "Goings On About Town: Dike Blair/Noah Sheldon," The New Yorker, April 28, 2008, p.12 2007Gasparina, Jill. "I Love Fashion: L'Art Contemporain et la Mode," Editions Cercle d'Art, Paris, 2007; pp. 92, 93 (reproduction) Grandjean, Emmanuel. "Deux maîtres, deux univers," Tribune de Genève, 27 March, 34 Richard, Frances. Review, Artforum, March, 315 Salz, Jerry. "Pulp Friction," Village Voice, 17-23 January Wolin, Joseph R. Review, Time Out New York, 25-31 January, 60 2006Non compatibles: Une peinture sans qualités, exhibition catalogue with text by Catherine Perret, Les presses du reel, Paris Mystic River, exhibition catalogue, Books and Tapes, Brooklyn, New York Cotter, Holland. “Mystic River,” New York Times, Listings, 19 May, Weekend section 2005Peinture: cinq regards, exhibition catalogue for “Tableaux-Ecrans,” with texts by Catherine Perret and others, Editions du Regard, Paris Vanishing Point, exhibition catalogue, Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, OH Balaschak, Chris. Review, Frieze, November/December, 141 (reproduction) Elms, Anthony. “Dike Blair,” Time Out Chicago, 3-10 March Johnson, Ken. “Everywhere’s the Same: Nowhere in Particular,” New York Times, 3 June, E34 Lee, Pamela M. Preview of “Vanishing Point,” Artforum, May (reproduction) Prince, Richard. “Window On Their World: Dike Blair Interviewed by Richard Prince,” ArtReview 3, no. 3, 78-81 (reproductions) Tips and Picks, Art Fairs International 10, nos. 7/8, 70 (reproduction) 20042004 Biennial Exhibition, exhibition catalogue, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York Higgie, Jennifer (and others). “American Pie” (2004 Whitney Biennial), Frieze, May, 64-69 Johnson, Ken. “Is Sculpture Too Free For It’s Own Good?,” New York Times, 7 May, E36 (reproduction) Knight, Christopher. “Binary Days at the Biennial,” Los Angeles Times, 11 April, E42-43 White, Roger. Review, Brooklyn Rail, May, 14 (reproduction) “Bourgeois,” Black Book, Spring, 93 (artist’s project-reproduction) 2003Shangri-La, exhibition catalogue, Islip Art Museum, East Islip, NY Fishman, Mark and Jeff Rian. “Fresh Windows,” Purple 15 (Spring/Summer), 288-291 Storr, Robert (and others). “Thick and Thin: A Roundtable,” Artforum, April, 174 (reproduction) “Siffler en travaillant (ideal office),” Madame Figaro, May 2003, 34 2002Guide to Trust No. 2, exhibition catalogue, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco New Hotels for Global Nomads, exhibition catalogue, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution, New York Dailey, Meghan. Review, Artforum, January, 141 Griffin, Tim. “Breathe,” Fence 5, no. 1, cover, 90, 92 (reproductions) Princenthal, Nancy. Review, Art in America, May, 148-149 2001Tele[visions], exhibition catalogue with texts by Joshua Decter and others, Kunsthalle Wein, Vienna Campbell, Clayton. Review of “Exurbia,” Flash Art, January/February, 66 Cotter, Holland. “Not a. Lear,” New York Times, 12 October, E37 Glueck, Grace. Review, New York Times, 5 January, E41 Griffin, Tim. “Obscure Object of Desire,” Time Out New York, 8-15 November, 74 (reproduction) Knight, Christopher. “Portraits of Transience,” Los Angeles Times, 18 May, F16 Smith, Roberta. Review, New York Times, 2 November, E 40 Williams, Gregory. Artforum.com, Critics’ Picks, November, read the article 2000Elysian Fields, exhibition catalogue, Purple Books/Centre Pompidou, Paris Let’s Entertain: Life’s Guilty Pleasures, exhibition catalogue, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN 3ness, exhibition catalogue with texts by Edith Doove, Jimi Dams, and Dike Blair, Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens, Deurle, Belgium, 12-16 Brockington, Horace. “Let’s Entertain: Life’s Guilty Pleasures,” NY Arts, May, 75 Grabner, Michelle. Review of “Let’s Entertain,” Frieze, September/October, 125-126 Griffin, Tim. “The Intangible Economy: Ricci Albenda, Stephen Hendee, Dike Blair,” Artext 70, August-October, 66-71 (reproduction) Ivy, Angus. Review of “Not a. Lear,” Zingmagazine, Winter, 210-211 Ivy, Angus. “4/4 Interviews,” Zingmagazine 12 (Spring/Summer), 171-172 Joo, Eugenie. Review of “Let’s Entertain,” Art Press, May, 10-13 Knight, Christopher. Review of “Exurbia,” Los Angeles Times, 15 December Leguillon, Pierre. “Purple Horizon” (review of “Elysian Fields”), Beaux Arts, no. 194 (July), 40 Ritter, Peter. “Let’s Entertain: Sex, Celebrity, and Television,” Flash Art, October, 98-99 Ritter, Peter. “Too Much Joy,” Minneapolis City Pages, 22 March 1999Braet, Jan. “Koel Amerikaans,” Knack, 17 March, 77 Harrison, Helen, “Stepping Beyond the Traditional in Still Lifes,” New York Times, 10 October, Long Island section Jones, Jonathan R. Review of “Up Your Head,” Contemporary Visual Arts, no. 25, 66 Popelier, Bert. “Jonge Amerikanen,” De Financieel Economische Tijd, 3 February, 12 “Art and Cars,” ArtByte, April/May, 37 (reproduction) 1998La Voie Lactée (The Milky Way), exhibition catalogue, Alleged Gallery, New York The Art of the X-Files, introduction by William Gibson, Harper Prism, New York, 25 Crosby, Gregory. “Chances Are,” Scope 7, no. 4, 16-29 May, 18 Pedersen, Victoria. “Rare Birds,” Gallery Go ’Round, Paper, November, 126 1997Doran, Anne. Review, Time Out New York, 12 August, 47 Rian, Jeff. Ouverture, Flash Art, November/December, 104 Schjeldahl, Peter. “Oblivion Soave,” Village Voice, 12 August, 79 1996Compartments, exhibition catalogue for “Beige,” Edition Globe, Denmark Pedersen, Victoria, Gallery Go ’Round, Paper, Summer, 136 1995“Vanitas” (video documentation from exhibition at Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna), ZAPP, no. 6, December “Survey on Habits,” Documents, Spring/Summer, 73-76 (reproductions of 4 paintings) 1994L’L'Hiver de l'amour bis, exhibition catalogue, Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, 6, 15 Cohen, Scott, “Can’t Golf Swing Too?” (interview), New York Times, 21 August, 53 Holmes, Brian. Review of "L'hiver de l'amour," World Art, no. 2 Königer, Maribel, Review of "L'hiver de l'amour," Artforum, October Verzotti, Giorgio. Review of "L'hiver de l'amour," Artforum, October 1993The Return of the Cadavre Exquis, exhibition catalogue, Drawing Center, New York 1992Cotter, Holland. Review of “Ikebana,” New York Times, 21 February Mahoney, Robert. Review, Arts, New York in Review, January, 84 1991Hagen, Charles. Review, New York Times, 25 October, C5 Goings On About Town/Photography, New Yorker, October 28 1990Weinstein, Michael. “Art Break,” New City, 25 April Artner, Alan. “Art,” Chicago Tribune, 20 April, 57 1989American Pop Culture Today III, exhibition catalogue, La Foret Art Museum, Tokyo Bellevue, exhibition catalogue, Museum of Modern Art, Vienna Camera Austria, nos. 31/32, 124 (reproduction of artwork) Image World: Art and Media Culture, exhibition catalogue, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York Moscow-Vienna-New York, exhibition catalogue, Festival of Vienna, Vienna Decter, Joshua. Review, Arts, March, 96 Haus, Mary Ellen. “Dike Blair,” Tema Celeste, July-September, 77 Pedersen, Victoria. Gallery Go ’Round, Paper, March Smith, Roberta. “Downtown Galleries: Old, New, Traditional, and Alternate Spaces,” New York Times, 5 May, C30 1988Haus, Mary Ellen. “The Unnatural Landscape,” ARTnews, January, 128-132 Salvioni, Daniela. Review, Flash Art, March/April, 111 Stein, Jerry. “Galleries Starting ’88 on an Intellectual Note,” Cincinnati Post, 8 January, 6B 1987The New Romantic Landscape, exhibition catalogue with texts by Chantal Combes and Peter Doroshenko, Whitney Museum of American Art, Fairfield County, CT Heller, Sally. Review, 108: An East Village Review, January, 2 Indiana, Gary. “Guys and Dogs,” Village Voice, 22 December Indiana, Gary. “New York Diary,” Wolkenkratzer, March/April, 44 Miller, John. Review, Artscribe, May, 78 Rian, Jeffrey. Review, Art in America, April, 220 1986Activated Walls, exhibition catalogue with text by Ilene Shepard, Queens Museum, New York Landscape in the Age of Anxiety, exhibition catalogue with text by Nina Castelli Sundell, Lehman College Arts Gallery, Cleveland Center for Contemporay Art, Cleveland, OH Painting and Sculpture Today, exhibition catalogue, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapoolis, IN Castle, Frederick. Review, Art Monthly, April, 5-6 Indiana, Gary. “The No Name Review,” Village Voice, 28 January, 81-82 Sturtevant, Alfred. Review, Arts, April Bomb, Spring (reproduction of artwork) Preview, NY Talk 2, no. 22, contents page 1983Bass, Ruth. Review, ARTnews, October, 183 1982Cohen, Ronny H. “Dike Blair,” Artforum, January, 78-80 Pierre, Florence. “Dike Blair,” in Energie New York, exhibition catalogue, Centre d'Exhanges, Lyon, France, 12-13 1980I-80 Series, exhibition catalogue with text by Holliday Day, Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, NE Moser, Charlotte, “The Nation,” ARTnews, November, 181-182 Selected Projects 2004Marnie, Adam. Strange Place (The Noun Trilogy, Volume One: Place), Never Die Books, New York, 9-12 (portfolio) “Waterworks,” Catalyst Arts Program, Pawtucket, MA; exhibition created with RISD graduate students 2003“Ideal Office,” Outcasts, Inc., Paris; office design for PR company 2002“Electric Pool”; exhibition created in workshop at Ecole des Beaux Arts, Nimes, France 2001“Virtual Encounters,” online forum, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Chicago; participant 2000“Elysian Fields,” Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; exhibition design with Dominique Gonzales Foerster “Virtual Encounters,” online forum, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; participant “EAT: Entertainment, Art, Technology (Engagement: Am I Having Fun Yet?),” online forum, Walker Art Center, February 27-March 11; participant “Here Comes Rhody,” Allston Skirt Gallery, Boston; curator 1997“Gregnik Proto II,” Public Art Fund Project by Gregory Green; audio piece for model satellite broadcast 1996“Telephone - mind the gap,” Basilico Fine Arts, New York; collaboration with Laura Stein 1994 “The Winter of Love,” P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, NY; curator 1993“49¢ Breakfast,” Temporary Contemporary, Las Vegas, NV; curator “June,” Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris; co-curator 1988“Messages to the Public,” Spectacolor Light Board, Times Square, New York; presented by the Public Art Fund “Cascade,” Channel 4, London; collaborative video tape with MICA-TV, Dan Graham, and Christian Marclay Related Activities 1997-presentAdjunct Professor, Painting Department, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI 1995-presentContributing Editor, THE THING (www.thing.net), New York 1995-2005Contributing and Associate Editor, Purple, Paris 1993-1996Contributing Editor, Zapp Magazine, Amsterdam Contributor to Artforum, ARTnews, Art Presse, Bomb, Flash Art, Harpers, Paper, Parkett, Time Out New York

Dike Blair

American (1952)

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About the artist:

Dike Blair was born in New Castle, Pennsylvania in 1952. He studied at the University of Colorado, the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program and the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture before receiving his MFA from the School of the Art

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