Current


2018

Artist Roundtable, with linn meyers and moderator Jonathan F. Walz, The Columbus Museum, Georgia, January

Contributing Artist, Auction for BOMB magazine, March

The Patient Eye, 48-hour performance, The Columbus Museum, Georgia, April

The Patient Eye, exhibition including works curated from the collection, The Columbus Museum, Georgia, April through October, with a publication designed by Luke Bulman

Portfolio for Vector Magazine, guest edited by Ellie Krakow. Magazine launch at The Whitney Museum, New York, June

Artist Grant Recipient, The Max's Kansas City Foundation, June

Artist Grant Recipient, Artist's Fellowship, Inc., July

Artist Grant Recipient, The Haven Foundation, September

Artist's Grant Recipient, Change, Inc., September

Artist's Retreat, The Hans Scharoun House at The Ferdinand Moller Foundation, Zermutzel, Germany, October

Interview with Daisy Nam, Assistant Director of The Carpenter Center, Harvard, The Rib, November

2019

Visiting Faculty, The New Hampshire Institute of Art, January

Faculty, The Christie's Institute, winter semester

Visual Arts Colloquium, Featured Lecturer, Bryn Mawr University, February

The Armory Show, New York, with Loock Galerie, March

Visiting Faculty, George Washington University/The Corcoran School, spring semester

For Today I Am a Boy, exhibition curated by Jared Ledesma, The Des Moines Art Center, opens June

Exhibition and Performance, Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA, September



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.