Current


2017

Lecture/Performance, Penn State University, part of the exhibition Public Domain, curated by Jordan Rockford, January

Solo exhibition, Loock Galerie Berlin, opening February

Solo project, NADA NYC, presented by 1/9unosunove, March

Shandanken: Seven Years, group exhibition, Phillips Auction House, NYC, March

Visiting artist, BFA painting program, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, March

Solo performance, Self Evidence, presented in association with Pig Iron Theatre MFA, New York Performance Art Collective, and the exhibition Public Domain, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, March

Solo exhibition, TOPS Gallery, Memphis, opening April

Visiting artist, University of Tennessee Knoxville, painting program, April

Visiting artist, Parsons the New School MFA program, May



Biography + CV


Full CV (.pdf)

Jonathan VanDyke is a visual artist based in New York City. Recent solo exhibitions have appeared at 1/9unosunove in Rome, Loock Galerie Berlin, abc Berlin, Four Boxes Gallery in Denmark, and Scaramouche in New York. Recent performances and commissions have appeared at Storm King Art Center, Este Arte in Uruguay, The Power Plant in Toronto, Vox Populi in Philadelphia, The National Academy Museum, and The Albright-Knox Art Gallery. His work has been widely reviewed in many publications, including Art Forum, TimeOut New York, Art Papers, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Modern Painters, Art Review, The Buffalo Review, and Creative Correspondence. VanDyke received his MFA from The Milton Avery Graduate School at Bard College. He also studied at the Glasgow School of Art, The University of Glasgow, The Atlantic Center for the Arts (where he was mentored by artist Paul Pfeiffer), and The Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. He has been a faculty fellow at The University of Chicago, Illinois State University, The Pennsylvania Governor’s School for International Studies, and Krabbesholm Academy in Denmark, and currently serves on the faculty of both the Low-Residency and Devised Performance MFA programs at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, and on the faculty of The Sotheby's Institute in New York.