1952 Born in Chicago, Illinois 1976 School of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Studio Diploma B.F.A., Harvard University, Cambridge, MA ONE-PERSON EXHIBITIONS 1994 Peep Land: Paintings by Jane Dickson, University Galleries, Illinois State University, Normal; travelling to Illinois Art Gallery, Chicago; University Gallery, Memphis State University; University Art Museum, Arizona State University, Tempe (1995); Long Beach Museum of Art (1996). 1993 Jane Dickson, Ann Jaffe Gallery, Bay Harbor Islands, FL Brooke Alexander, NYC The Bride, 42nd Street Art Project Installation, Creative Time, NYC 1992 Trust Me, Brooke Alexander, NYC 1991 Selected Prints, Mezzanine Gallery, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC 1990 Brooke Alexander, NYC 1989 Life Under Neon, Moore College of Art, Philadelphia 1988 Jane Dickson Drawings, Fawbush Gallery, NYC Brooke Alexander, NYC 1986 Brooke Alexander, NYC 1984 Jane Dickson: Works on Paper, Brooke Alexander, NYC 1983 Delahunty, NYC 1982 Fun Gallery, NYC City Maze, Fashion Moda (in collabo ration with Crash, NOC, Bobby G and Sandy S), NYC SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 1994 Cadavre Exquis, The Drawing Center, New York; travelling to The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Urban Images, North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh Le Tempt d'un Dessin, Galerie de L'ecole des Beaux-Arts, de Lurrient, FRANCE Crime, Solo Gallery, NYC New York Realism, Museum of Tokyo; travelling to Osaka, Japan; organized by the Tampa Museum of Art, FL. 1993 American Art in the 20th Century: The Female Perspective, Boundary Gallery, Agi Katz Fine Art, London Rewriting History: The Salon of 1993, Montgomery Glasoe Fine Art, Minneapolis Nancy Spero Invites, Richard Andemon Gallery, NYC Freisenwall 120-Selected Works, Pat Hearn Gallery, NYC 1992 A Feast for the Eyes, Associated American Artists, NYC Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, MD, curated by Joe Lewis An Exhibition for Saryapt Ray, Phillipe Briet Gallery, NYC Betsy Rosenfield Gallery, Chicago Slow Art: Painting in New York, The Institute for Contemporary Art, P.5.1, Long Island City, NY 1991 Drawings, Charles Cowles Gallery, NYC Drawings, Brooke Alexander, NYC Recent Prints, Brooke Alexander Editions, NYC Art for Your Collection, Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence Traffic Jam, New Jersey Center for Visual Arts, Summit, NJ Betsy Rosenfield Gallery, Chicago Short Stories, Graham Gallery, Albuquerque, NM Setthg the Stage: Contemporary Artists Design for the Performhg Arts, Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH 1990 Witnesses Against Our Vanishing, Artists Space, NYC Betsy Rosenfield Gallery, Chicago 42nd Annual Purchase Exhibition, American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, NYC Selections from Fawbush Editions, Fawbush Gallery, NYC 1989 Nocturnal Visions in Contemporary Painting, Whitney Museum of Amer-ican Art at Equhable Center, NYC The 7980's: Prints from the Collection of Joshua P. Smith, The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. 41st Annual Purchase Exhibihon, American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, NYC Drive!, BMW Canada Inc., Toronto Urbanimages, Madison Art Center, WI 100 Drawings by Women, Hillwood Art Gallery, Brookville, Long Island, NY The Road Show: The Automobile in Contemporary Art, John Michael Kohier Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI Driven, Mark Twain Bank, Kansas City, MO The Future Now, Bass Museum of Art, Mtami 1988 Elen Kreuze (A Choice), Kunst Rai 66, Amsterdam Cultural Participation, Group Material, Dia Art Foundation, NYC Committed to Print The Museum of Modern Art, NY; travelled. Nocturne: Portraying the Night, Kansas City Art Institute, KS Works on Paper, Curt Marcus Gallery, NYC Rebop, Paula Allen Gallery, NYC 1987 A Graphic Muse: Prints by Contemporary American Women, Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, South Hadley, VT; travelled to Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven; Santa Barbara Museum of Art; Cotter, Holland. "Jane Dickson," The New York Times, February 21. Glueck, Grace. New York: The Painted City, Gill Smith Publishers, Salt Lake City. Gopnick, Adam. "Jane Dickson," The New Yorker February, 17. Hess, Elizabeth. "Heart Like a Wheel," The Vstage Voice, February 25. Kblwa, Jurgen, "Die Verdangten Probleme, NY," Die Zeit Magazine, October. Loughery, John. "Minor Mastem, Neglected Giants," The Hudson Review, Summer. Pedersen,Victoria."GalleryooRound," Paper February. Spring, Justin. "Jane Dickson: Brooke Alexander," Artforum, May. Volk, Carol. "Jane Dickson," Art & Antiquex, February. 1990 Raynor, Vivian. "Seeing Beauty or Problems," The New York Times, October 6. 1990 De Vuono, Frances. "Jane Dickson, BrookeAlexander," ARTnews, summer. Ratchif, Carter. "American Nocturnes," Elle, January. Torday, Robert.. "Art, Antiques and Auctions," Pan Am Clipper Magazine, March 1990. 1989 Sozanski, Edward J. "Urban Images in Garish Colors," Philadelphia Inquirer June 1. 1988 Brenson, Michael. "Jane Dickson," The New York Times, January22. Campbell, Lawrence. "Jane Dickson at Brooke Alexander" Arr in Amerka, June. Enders, Alexandra. "The New Gospel," Art & Antiques, January. Indiana, Gary. "Blood and Guts," The Village Voice, January 2. O'Brien, Glenn. "Jane Dickson," Artforum, May. 1987 Braff, Phyllis. "Seeing the City as Artists Do," The New York Times, October25. Gould, Claudia. "Jane Dickson: An Interview," The Print Collector's Newsletter Vol. XVII, No.6, January/February. Lipson, Karin. "New York: Grit and Glamour" Newsday, October 2. 1986 Engler Brigine. "Play and Decay," Paper February. Indiana, Gary. "Jane Dickson,"The Village Voice, February 25. Raynor, Vivian. "Jane Dickson and Dick Miller," The New York Times, February 21. Silverman, Andrea. "Jane Dickson at Brooke Alexander," ARTnews, May. 1985 Bass, Ruth. "New Editions: Jane Dickson," ARTnews, October. Brody, Jacqueline. "Jane Dickson: Mother and Child Stairwell, Whit~ haired Girl," The Print Collector's Newsletter Vol. XV, No.6, January/February. Cameron, Dan. "Illustration is Back in the Picture," ARTnews, November. Clothier, Peter. "City Art: 9 Artists from New York at Asher Faure," LA. Weekly, July 12-18. Holden, Stephen. "Stage: White Glove," The New York Times, April 29. Muchnic, Suzanne."The Art Galleries," The Los Angeles Times, July 19. Thorson, Alice. "Hirshhorn's Content Swamps Issues," NewAn Examiner February. 1984 Artner, Alan. "Fantasies Feed Romance of Night Lights,"The Chicago Tribune, December 7. Brenson, Michael. "Jane Dickson," The New York Times, December21. Heartney, Eleanor. "Jane Dickson, Delahunty," ARTnews, March. Kleyn, Robert. "Protective Mimicry," Vanguard, March. Lippard, Lucy. "Black and White and Gray All Over," The Village Voice, May17. Lyon, Christopher. "Night Lights Exhibition Switches on the Art Noir," The Chicago Sun-Times, November 23. Nadelman, Cynthia. "Artists the Critics are Watching: Jane Dickson," ARTnews, November. Ramirez-Harwood, Yasmin. "Paint it Black," Paper November. Robinson, Walter and McCormick, Carlo. "Slouching Toward Avenue D," Art in America, Summer. Russell, John. "Situation," The New York Times, February 3. Windshield, Walter. "It's the Art," The East Village Eye, February. 1983 Chandler Marcus. "Compassionate Images," NewArt 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 Timex, November27. 1982 Brenson, Michael. "Art Lights Up Times Square," The New York Times, June 25. Flood, Richard. "Documenta 7: Fashion Mode," Anii'orum, October. Glueck, Grace. "Critic's Notebook" The New York Times, December 2. Larson, Kay. "Art," New York Magazine, March B. Skoggard, Ross. "Group Show at Artists Space," Art in America, January. 1981 Glueck, Grace. "The New Collectives - Reaching for a Wider Audience," The New York Times, February 1. Levin, Kim. "Anarchy in the M.C.," The Village Voice, March 4. Trebay, Guy. "Art: Fashion Mode," The Village Voice, December 31- January 6. 1980 Deitch, Jeffrey. "Report from Times Square," Art in America, Summer. VIDEOS 1993 Jane in Peeland, color 19:35 minutes, by Charlie Ahearn/Pow Wow Productions 1990 Art Today, March, review by Donald Kuspit AWARDS 1990 The Dewam Young Artist Award 1985 National Endowment for the Arts Arlene Foundation Grant Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond; The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City The Viewer as Voyeur, The Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris, NYC 1986 Publlc & Private: American Prints Today, The Brooklyn Museum; travelled to Flint Institute of Arts, Ml; Rhode Island School of Design, Providence; Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis Art on Paper, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro 1985 Correspondences: New York Art Now, Laforet Museum Herejuku, Tokyo; travelled to Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts, Utsunomiya; Tagaki Hell Espace Media, Kobe 1985 Biennial Exhibition, The Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC (with Group Materiel) The Big Car Show, Herron Gallery, Indianapolis Center for Contemporary Art Art at the Anchorage, Creative Time, Inc., Brooklyn 1984 Content A Contemporary Focus 1974-7984, Tenth Anniversary Exhibition, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Urban Landscapes, Semaphore East NYC Drawings: After Photography, Allen Memonal Art Museum, Oberlin, OH; travelled to Mitchell Museum, Mount Vernon, IL; Aspen Center for Visual Arts; Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, WI; Newport Harbor Art Museum, CA, curated by William Olander. Night Ughts, Dart Gallery, Chicago Romanticism, New Math Gallery, NYC On 42nd Street The Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris, NYC Piezo Electric, NYC Centralimages, BrookeAlexander, NYC Motives, HalIwalls and C.E.P.A., Buffalo, NY, curated by Claudia Gould Group Show Galerie lngstrom, Stockholm Cell and Response: Art on Central America, Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, NH Artists' Calt Brooke Alexander, NYC 1983 The New Portrait, The Institute for Art and Urban Resources, P.5.1, Long Island, NY, cureted by Jeffrey Deitch. Regentrified Jungle, Ememon Gallery, Hamilton College,Clinton, NYC Compassionate Images, N.A.M.E. Gallery, Chicago Dirty Pictures, organized by Exit Art for White Columns, NYC; travelled to Reel Art Ways, Harttord, CT Island of Negative Utopia, (with Colab) The Kitchen, NYC 7984 Show, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, NYC State of the Art, Barbara Gladstone Gallery, NYC 1982 London-New York, Lisson Gallery, London The Crime Show, ABC No Rio, NYC Another Look at Landscape, Semaphore, NYC 1981 Two Suitcases Show, AND/OR Gallery, Seattle Cave Girls Create Chaos, White Columns Gallery, NYC Forest Avenue Maze (in collaboration with Justen, Ladda, Jody Culkin and PeterFend), P.5.184, South Bronx, NYC New Work, Artists Space, NYC curated by Walter Robinson 1980 The Real Estate Show, 123 Delancy Street, NYC The Times Square Show, NYC Events: Fashion Mode, The New Museum, NYC Collaborative Projects Presents a Benefit Exhibition at Brooke Alexander, Inc., NYC Lower Manhattan Drawing Show, Mudd Club Gallery, NYC, curated by Keith Haring 1979 Animals in Cities, Installation, Fashior Mode, NYC, curated by Christy Rupp Dog Show, 591 Broadway, NYC PUBLIC COLLECTIONS Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn The Art Institute of Chicago Victoria and Albert Museum, London The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC The Museum of Modern Art, NYC The Walker ArtCenter, Minneapolis Minneapolis Museum of Art, Mt. Holyoke College, South Hedley, Massachusetts Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio Library of Congress, Washington, D.C Wake Forest University, Winston- Salem, North Carolina Huntington Art Gallery, University of Texas, Austin SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY Peep Land: Paintings by Jane Dickson, University Galleries, Illinois State University, Normal. Essays by Glenn O'Brien, Peter Schjeldahl, and Jennite Kabat. Interview by Berry Blinderman Craft, Dan. "Night Moves: Artist Explores Lite after Dark," The Pantagraph, January21. Schjeldahl, Peter. "All You Need," The Village Voice, August 3. "Robin Winters/Jane Dickson," The New Yorker, March15. Balkan, Debra Bricker. "Jane Dickson at Brooke Alexander," Art in America, May.