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Statement: The ongoing piece “Suck” consists of ten bouquets of hand made fancy straws and is meant to be shown in an atmosphere of convivial exchange in which art is viewed such as Art Fairs. The bouquets are arranged in the bar/lounge/cafe area as one might find flowers or candles used as decorative accents creating ambiance. As a courtesy or infiltration, throughout the duration of the event, the bartenders/wait persons adorn each libation with a decorative straw—whether the drink would normally call for such condiment (margarita), or not (espresso). In this way, each potential viewer is given the possibility of recognizing the straw donation, as the object that it is, as art, gift, or trash and hoarding. By addressing the boundaries with which drink decorum is associated, much less the art viewing process, the piece aims at redefining the relationship public display and performance, ownership and collecting and trash. This attitude is further reiterated by the conscious or unconscious realization of the piece as art or utilitarian fancy, in which case decisions of worth take on completely opposite meanings. By recognizing the piece as art, the question of preservation becomes apparent while also ridiculous. While by recognizing the utilitarian aspect destroys the very existence of its art intent. This rift between preservation and utility is the crux of the piece, as slowly the bouquets themselves are depleted (used) and through the literal destruction of the bouquets the piece in its entirety, lives. And rather than letting the piece simply die what would seem a rather natural way, a second set of straws has been made, and is exhibited in a booth of one of the participating dealers. So in the end, there is a visual reminder that the bouquets are a piece, as the casual viewer to the fair sitting for a drink, has the potential to cite from memory, the very thing recently encountered. Lastly, the title, “Suck” refers to both the literal function of a straw, an objective opinion in the slang negative, and the sexual innuendo of those reclaiming everything to the libido.

1963 Denver / USA, lives and works in Denver and New York

Artist, editor / publisher, collector
Devon Dikeou´s work measures the physical, conceptual and emotional distances, intersections and moments of exchange between the various objects and subjects in he art world, including art objects, artists, collectors, dealers, critics and curators. She has also occupied many of these roles in various parts of her practice. (Risa Puleo)






1988 School of Visual Arts New York City, MFA
1986 Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, BA with Honors

2020 The Colorado Building and Dikeou Pop-Up: Colfax: Denver, Colorado; “Mid-Career Smear,” retrospective exhibition 
curated by Cortney Lane Stell
2018 James Fuentes Gallery: New York City; “Here is New York (E.B. White)”
FUTURA: Prague; “Tricia Nixon: Summer of 1973,” Black Cube Nomadic Museum Residency
2017 James Fuentes Gallery: New York City; “Pray for Me” – Pope Francis I
2015 Outcasts Incorporated: Paris, France; “Please”
2014 Nada Art Fair: Miami, Florida; “Between the Acts (Virginia Wool)f”
Nada Art Fair: New York City; “Pray for Me”
2013 Nada Art Fair: Miami, Florida; “Pay What You Wish, But You Must Pay Something”
The Contemporary: Austin, Texas; “Please,” curated for Artpace by Heather Pesanti and coordinated for The 
Contemporary by Rachel Adams
Nada Art Fair: New York City; “The Hostess’s Treasure Chest”
The Armory Show: New York City; “Always the Bridesmaid, Never the Bride”
2012 Nada Art Fair: Miami, Florida; “Not Quite Mrs De Menil’s Liquor Closet”
2011 Nada Art Fair: Miami, Florida; “Rauschenberg Re-inscribed”
University of Denver at Dikeou Collection: Denver, Colorado; Reserved for
Leo Castelli and Reserved for Ileana 
Artpace Residency 11.1: San Antonio, Texas, curated by Heather Pesanti
(CD 8)
2010 Domy Books: Austin, Texas; “You Can Observe a Lot by Watching”
Nada Art Fair: Miami, Florida; Reserved for Ileana Sonnabend:
“Buddha or Machiavelli”
179 Canal: New York City; “It’s Déjà Vu All Over Again”
 The Independent: New York City; Reserved for Leo Castelli: “Since Cezanne: (After Clive Bell)”
2009 Moore Galleries, Moore College of Art: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Marilyn Monroe Wanted to Be Buried in Pucci
2008 artMovingProjects: New York City; The Niney Chronicles
2004 espacio SIN Título, de Cano: Madrid, Spain; “It's Miller Time”
2003 MAMCO: Genève, Switzerland, in collaboration with Outcasts Incorporated; “Takes a Licking and Keeps on Ticking”
2002 Outcasts Incorporated: Paris, France; Ideal Office
1998 Hohenthal und Bergen: Statements; Basel Art 29; “From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs Basil E Frankweiler”, (catalog)
ANP: UL Project Room; Antwerp, Belgium
1997 Postmasters: New York City; “What's Love Got to Do with It”
Tricia Collins • Grand Salon: Project Room; New York City, “From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs Basil E Frankweiler”, 
1995 Postmasters: The Hole; New York City, Touch of Greatness: Joe Di Maggio
1994 Ice Box: Athens, Greece; Once Upon a Time
Leonora Vega: New York City, organized by Natalie Rivera; Norma Talmadge’s Chinese Theater
Hohenthal und Bergen: Köln, Germany; Norma Talmadge’s Chinese Theater
1993 Dooley Le Cappellaine: New York City; Library Persona Non Grata
1992 AMO, Amanda M Obering Contemporary Art: Los Angeles, California; Norma Talmadge’s Chinese Theater

2017 Denver Art Museum: DAM Key Award
2013 Artvetting: curated by Adrianne Rubenstein
Assistance League of Houston: 2nd Place; curated by Irene Hofmann
2012 Santo Foundation: Honorable Mention; Juried by Miki Garcia
2011 Assistance League of Houston: 2nd Place; curated by Heather Pesanti
2010 Civitella Ranieri: Nomination
2007 Museum of Contemporary Art: Denver, The Sue Cannon Award
2006 Reprint: A Selection from Leading Edge Artist Made Publications: curated by Simon Watson & Craig Hensela
Council of Literary Magazines and Small Presses: Fiction Award, zingmagazine 19, “Monsters”
2003 Roses Tatouée: Number Three; Displaced Denver
Open City: Number Ten; The Editor’s Issue; Marilyn Monroe Wanted To Be Buried in Pucci
1999 Search: Second Issue; Finalist for Mandarina Duck’s “Search for Art”; "From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs Basel E 
Frankweiler" (catalog)
1997 Victoria: curated by Pauline Daly and Sarah Staton; "Ground Round," "Hello Deli"
Very: Issue One, “Que Sera Sera . . . Whatever Will Be, Will Be”
1995 Time Capsule: A Concise Encyclopedia by Women Artists, Performers, and Writers: a Robin Kahn project
1993 Promotional Copy: A Robin Kahn project
1991 Open City: Number One
1986 Albin Polasak Award for Fine Arts: Brown University
1985 Brown Physics Purchase Prize: Finalist

2019 Galerie Barbara Weiss: Berlin, Germany, We shall survive in the memory of others
Fine Arts Center Gallery: University of Arkansas, Sit-In; curated by Kristen Dodge
Gallerie Mannerheim & Co: Paris, France, Net Plus Ultra; curated by Géraldine Postel and David Magnin
FoyerLA: Los Angeles, California, Group Exhibition curated by Connie Walsh
2018 September: Hudson, New York, Sit-In; curated by Kristen Dodge
2017 Galerie Iconoclastes: Paris, France, Formes Subtiles – (Modern Remix); curated by Géraldine Postel and David Magnin
Kunsthalle Wien: Vienna, Austria, Publishing as an Artistic Toolbox: 1989-2017; curated by Luca Lo Pinto
Montez at Mathew: New York City, The Only Thing That’s New Is Us
American Medium: New York City, The Mere Future; curated by Tim Gentles
The Schloss: New York City, Stop Work Order: Recent Trades Between Rainer Ganahl and His Artist/Friends; curated by 
Rainer Ganahl
James Fuentes LLC: New York City, Group Exhibition
2016 Kai Matsumiya: New York City, Foundation Barbin Presents Redeux (Sort of); curated by Lucky Debellevue
2015 Oracle: Berlin, Germany, Pink Panther
2014 Storefront Ten Eyck: New York City, Inhabiting Ten Eyck; curated by Karin Bravin
Outcasts Incorporated: Paris, France Always/Present; curated by Géraldine Postel
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art: Boulder, Colorado, Game Changer; curated by Cortney Stell and Ruth Bruno
Hyde Park Art Center: Chicago, Illinois, The Chicago Effect: Redefining the Middle; curated by Allison Peters Quinn, 
Megha Ralapti, and Christopher K. Ho
2013 New Museum of Contemporary Art: New York City, NYC 1993: Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star; curated by 
Massimiliano Gioni, Gary Carrion-Murayari, Jenny Moore, and Margot Norton
Christopher Florian: A Showroom: Zurich, Switzerland, Oh Come All Ye Faithful; curated by Carson Chan
Biennial of the Americas: Denver, Colorado, First Draft; curated by Cortney Stell
Assistance League of Houston: Houston, Texas; curated by Irene Hofmann 
Gildar Gallery: Denver, Colorado, Real is a Feeling; guest curator by Adam Stamp
2012 Artpace: Hudson Showroom; San Antonio, Texas; Swap Meet: Artpace and the Dikeou Collection, curated by Mary 
Heathcott and Devon Dikeou 
Unit B: What is a Curator? San Antonio, Texas; curated by Chad Dawkins
Victoria H. Myhren Gallery: University of Denver; Denver, Colorado, 4 x 4 Collectors Series 
2011 Domy Books: Austin, Texas, Monster Show Six
Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center: San Antonio, Texas, By Permit Only; curated by Patty Ortiz
Worksound Gallery: Portland, Oregon, And Introducing; curated by Melanie Flood
Assistance League of Houston: Houston, Texas; curated by Heather Pesanti
2010 James Fuentes LLC: New York City, Obfuscation
2009 The Flag Art Foundation: New York City, Re-Accession: For Sale by Owner; curated by Philae Knight and Amanda 
Guild & Greyshkul: New York City, On from Here
Shanghai Theater Company: Shanghai, China, Broken Tails; curated by Rainer Ganahl
BiRDHOUSE: Austin, Texas, I Think I Look Like Me
2008 James Fuentes LLC: New York City, 8 1/2” x 11”/A4
Girls Club, Art and Culture Center of Hollywood: Hollywood & Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Under the Influence, organized 
by Jane Hart
2007 Rule Gallery: Red Dot Fair: The Niney Chronicles, New York City
The Library Show: Providence, Rhode Island: curated by Matthew Lawrence
Mod Living: Denver, Colorado, Best In Show
2006 Visionaire Gallery: New York City, Zines, curated by Kyra Griffin, Dominic Sidhu, and Scott Meriam
2005 Tampa Museum of Art: Tampa, Florida, The New York Yankees and the American Dream
2004 Bronx Museum of Art: Bronx, New York, Subway Series
2002 Culture Power Station: Kemi, Finland, Art Polaris, Art Polaris, curated by Lance Fung (with Brendan Klinger)
Kenny Schachter ConTEMPorary: New York City, Graham Cracker Suite
Cuchifritos: New York City, Social Space, curated by David Gibson
Wolverhampton Art Gallery: Wolverhampton, England, Strike, curated by Gavin Wade
Entropy: A Nobody Creative Production; Brooklyn, New York; Welcome to the Playground of the Fearless, curated by 
Alfredo Martinez, Nori Jung, James Fuentes
Gracie Mansion Gallery: New York City; Not A Lear, curated by Jimi Dams
Allston Skirt: Allston, Massachusetts; Not a Lear, curated by Jimi Dams
Diverse Works: Houston, Texas; To the Trade, curated by Bernard Brunon and Jade Dellinger
Lance Fung Gallery: New York City; Crossing Parallels: American/Korean Art Congress
Hopper House Art Center: Nyack, New York; Going Home, Curated by Lance Fung (catalog)
Ssamzie Space: Soeul, Korea; Crossing Parallels: Site Specific, Curated Lance Fung and Hong Hee (catalog)
Galerie S & H: Gent, Belgium; Not a Lear, curated by Jimi Dams
Kenny Schachter: Rove; New York City, Full Service
ArtProcess: Paris, France: Not a Lear, curated by Jimi Dams
Lance Fung Gallery: New York City; PIX, Erika Knerr picks Devon Dikeou
Apex: New York City; Double Space, curated by AS Bessa
Torch: Amsterdam, Netherlands; Not a Lear, curated by Jimi Dams
Tricia Collins Contemporary Art: New York City; The Way Things Work
1999 Jorgensen Gallery: New York City; 2nd Annual Portrait Show, curated by Brandon Ballangee and Tod Jorgesen
Kenny Schachter: Rove; New York City, Post Crap
Tricia Collins Contemporary Art: New York City; MOD!
1998 Tricia Collins Contemporary Art: New York City; Convivial
Art in General: New York City; Personal Touch, curated by Sabine Russ & Gregory Volk (catalog)
PS 122: New York City; Shake, curated by Jane Harris
1997 Diverse Works: Houston, Texas; Romper Room; curated by Danielle Chang (catalog)
Laurent Delaye Gallery: London, Great Britain; Victoria
UP & CO: New York City; Very
Tricia Collins • Grand Salon: New York City; Girls, Girls, Girls 
UP & CO: New York City; Supastore, a Sarah Staton Project 
Tricia Collins • Grand Salon: New York City; Conversion
Art Moving: Brooklyn, New York; Bedbugs at Snorewalls, organized by Aron Namenwirth
Art Moving: New York City; Clementine’s Fungus meets Team Gallery, organized by Aron Namenwirth
1996 Lombard-Freid: New York City; The Experimenters, curated by Kenny Schachter
UP & CO: New York City; Supastore Deluxe, a Sarah Staton Project
St Marks Position: New York City; The Innocence of Ornaments
Thread Waxing Space: New York City; Romper Room, curated by Danielle Chang (catalog)
Art Moving: New York City; Postmasters Virus, organized by Aron Namenwirth
St Marks Position: New York City; Polly Apfelbaum, Nicole Carstens, Devon Dikeou, Hai Knafo
Postmasters: New York City; Devon Dikeou, Robert Heckes, Christian Schumann
C/O: Oslo, Norway; “Between the Acts”; curated by Devon Dikeou (catalog)
London Art Forms: London, Great Britain; Sex & Drugs & Explosives, curated by Kenny Schachter
Ice Box: Athens, Greece; “Between the Acts”; curated by Devon Dikeou (catalog)
1995 Spot 71: New York City; Bulletin Board
Richard Heller: Los Angeles; December Twentieth; curated by Bill Radawec
McKinney Contemporary: Dallas, Texas; Gang Warfare; curated by Michael Corris (catalog)
The New Museum: New York City; Temporarily Posessed: The Semi-Permanent Collection; organized by Brian Goldfarb, 
John Hatfield, Laura Trippi, and Mimi Young (catalog)
IAS: London, Great Britain; Gang Warfare; curated by Michael Corris (catalog)
Oy!: New York City; curated by Kenny Schachter
Rio Hondo College: Whittier, California; August 28; organized by Bill Radawec 
Either/Or: New York City; curated by Kenny Schachter
Art Moving: Brooklyn, New York; What Now; organized by Aron Namenwirth 
Hohenthal und Bergen: Köln, Germany; Papier
Art + Carry: Germany; curated by Peter Gersina
High Anxiety: New York City; curated by Kenny Schachter
Middlesbrough Art Gallery: Middlesbrough, Great Britain; Supastore Middlesbrough; a Sarah Staton Project
The Sculpture Center: New York City; Looky Loo, curated by Kenny Schachter (catalog)
1994 College of New Rochelle: New Rochelle, New York; Toys Art Us, curated by Lori Friedman
Rushmore Festival: Woodbury, New York; Across The River, And Into The Trees; curated by Collins and Milazzo 
IAS: London, Great Britain; Rock My World; curated by Pauline Daly and Brendan Quick
I Could Do That: New York City; curated by Kenny Schachter
Artychoky: New York City; curated by Kenny Schachter
Mánes: Prague, Czech Republic; curated by Zdenka Gabalová
Philomene Magers: Köln, Germany; Art After Collecting, curated by Ranier Ganahl
1993 Hohenthal und Bergen: Köln, Germany; Bodyguard (pamphlet)
Tomoko Liguori: New York City; From Things You Can't Remember To Things You Can’t Forget
Natalie Rivera: New York City; Back Room
For Sale: New York City; curated by Kenny Schachter
AMO, Amanda M Obering Contemporary Art: Los Angeles, California; Trancesex; curated by Amanda Obering, Les
Ayre, & Erika Knerr
High: New York City; curated by Kenny Schachter 
Hohenthal und Bergen: München, Germany; Bodyguard (pamphlet)
Roger Smith Hotel & Horodner Romley Gallery: New York City; Transient Decor; in collaboration with Saul Ostrow
Postmasters: New York City; Needlepoint, Embroidery, Macramé, Crochet; curated by Collins and Milazzo (catalog)
1992 PS1: Long Island City, New York; Exposure, curated by Lois Nesbitt 
New Museum of Contemporary Art: New York City; The Art Mall 
Postmasters: New York City; Morality Cafe, curated by Kenny Schachter
Sally Hawkins Gallery: New York City; Ballots or Bullets, You Choose, curated by G Roger Denson
AMO, Amanda M Obering Contemporary Art: Les Ayre, Devon Dikeou, Seth Kaufman, Eva Mantel; Los Angeles,
Dooley Le Cappellaine: Gal lery; New York City
Kitschen: New York City; curated by Kenny Schachter
Stux: New York City; Invitational
New Museum of Contemporary Art: New York City; The Big Nothing; curated by Kerri Scharlin (catalog)
The Real Thing: New York City; curated by Erik Oppenheim
1991 John Post Lee Gallery: New York City; Ho Hum All You Faithful; organized by Karin Bravin
Unlearning: New York City; curated by Kenny Schachter
The Deutsche Bank: New York City; Certain Uncertainty; curated by Sandra Gering and Kenny Schachter
Home for June: New York City; curated by Erik Oppenheim 
Natalie Rivera: New York City; Decorous Beliefs; curated by Kenny Schachter 
John Post Lee Gallery: New York City: The Third Rail, curated by Karin Bravin 
Offerman Gallery: Köln, Germany; Surface Resurface (with Janine Antoni) 
Closing Open Bar: New York City; curated by Kenny Schachter
Open Bar: New York City; curated by Kenny Schachter
BACA Downtown: Brooklyn, New York; From Sculpture; curated by Kenny Schachter
1990 New Museum of Contemporary Art at the Marine Midland Bank: New York City; Spent: Security on Depsoit; 
organized by Luis De Jesus
Paula Allen Gallery: New York City; Devon Dikeou, Graham Durward, Craig Kalpakjian
Ihara Ludens Gallery: New York City
Paula Allen Gallery: New York City
Denver Art Museum: Denver, Colorado: curated by Deborah Butterfield, Peter Plagens, and Marcia Tucker (catalog)
2020 ARTMIX 2020: Mixing it Up: Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder, Colorado
2013 Diverse Works Benefit Auction: Luck of the Draw, Houston, Texas
Momenta Benefit Auction: Brooklyn, New York
Flint Benefit Auction: Flint, Michigan
2012 Diverse Works Benefit Auction: Luck of the Draw, Houston, Texas
2011 Issue Project Room Benefit Auction: Brooklyn, New York
2009 Bollywood: Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado
Secret Sale: Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York City
2008 Gallery 1261: Salon du Musee, Denver, Colorado, guest curators: Ann Daley, Christoph Heinrich, Natalie Rekstad-Lynn
Phillips du Pury: Issue Project Room Benefit Auction, New York City
2006 Periodically Speaking: Speaking on Tasting; Presented by Council of Literary Magazines and Presses, Finalist, Public
Library, New York City
2000 Silent Auction to Benefit New York City, organized by James Fuentes
Immaterial Bingo: Cabinet Magazine: New York City, organized by Lisa Gold, Vincent Mazeau, Sina Najafi, and Jay 
1999 New York City
1998 Printed Matter: New York City; Giftland VII, organized by Max Schumann
1997 Taking Stock: Benefitting City Harvest, curated by Kenny Schachter
The Institute for Contemporary Arts Clocktower Gallery: New York City; The Sit In
1995 Sculpture Center Spring Benefit: New York City
Snug Harbor Cultural Center: Staten Island, New York; In Three Dimensions: Women Sculptors in the 90's: 
performances curated by Alyson Pou
1994 Four Walls Benefit Auction: David Zwirner: New York City
1993 New Museum Benefit Auction: New York City

2018 zingmagazine 25: Sarah Staton, Amy Gatrell, Rachel Cole Dalamangas, Allan McCollum, Shamus Clisset, Robert 
Smithson, Kerri Scharlin, Gaston Karquel/Géraldine Postel & David Magnin, Polly Apfelbaum, Craig Dykers/Snøhetta, 
Michael Ross, Jennifer Grimsyer, Karin Bravin, Maria Antelman/Melanie Flood, Willard Boepple, Heidi Zuckerman, 
Christian Schumann, Elmgreen & Dragset/Maureen Sullivan, Bjarne Melgaard, Romana Drdova, Edgar Serrano, 
Benjamin Donaldson, Deborah Kass, Natalie Rivera, Brandon Johnson, Walter Robinson
2015 zingmagazine 24: Alexis Rockman, Géraldine Postel, David Altmejd, Francis Cape, Lisa Kereszi, Damien Hirst/Mary 
Barone, Joshua Abelow, Simon Bill, Harry Smith/Hayley Richardson, Olav Westphalen, Dike Blair, Brian Belott, Connie 
Walsh, Michelle Andrade, Lucie Fontaine, Lizzi Bougatsos, Jeff Rian/Giasco Bertoli, Billy Jacobs/Alex Wolf, Rainer 
Ganahl, Alix Lambert, Brandon Johnson, Kenny Schachter
2012/13 Artpace: Hudson Showroom, San Antonio Texas, Dikeou Collection, Denver, Colorado: “Swap Meet: The Dikeou 
Collection and Artpace”: curated by Devon Dikeou and Mary Heathcott; Hudson Showroom: Margaret Lee, Jonathan 
Horowitz, Anya Keilar, Lucky De Bellevue, Lizzi Bougatsos, Wade Guyton, The Royal Art Lodge, Lee Stoetzel, Serge 
Onnen, Chris Johanson, Momoyo Torimitsu, Nils Folke Anderson, Paul Ramirez Jonas, Justin Goldwater, Devon Dikeou. 
Dikeou Collection: Alex de Leon, Katrina Moorhead, Katie Pell, Juan Miguel Ramos, Lordy Rodriguez, EV Day, Nathan 
Carter, Isaac Julien
zingmagazine 23: Agathe Snow, Willard Boepple, Elisabeth Kley, Marcel Dzama, Okay Mountain, Walter Robinson, Kelly 
Richardson, Géraldine Postel, Heather Pesanti, Graham Fagen, Margaret Lee, J Parker Valentine, Barry Stone, Jene 
Highstein, Andrea Zittel, Mary Ellen Carroll, Sebatiaan Bremer, Rainer Ganahl, William E Jones, Laurel Broughton, 
Brandon Johnson, Thomas Ovlison, Nils Folke Anderson, Mike Ballou, Patricia Cronin (Book 10), Kenny Scharf (Poster 8)
2011 No Title: Jazz & Poetry on the Occasion of the Clifford Still Museum: Sonny Simmons and 25th Century Orchestra; 
Maureen Owen/Bin Ramke/Eleni Sikelianos (CD 9)
2010/11 zingmagazine 22: (iPad ‘10/Print ‘11) Adam Mendelsohn, Amanda Ross-Ho/Kirsten Stoltman, Anna Knoebel, Branch 
Gallery/Taiyo Kimura, Carolina Rodriguez, Elizabeth Peyton, Enoc Perez, Fred Tomaselli, Giasco Bertoli, Juan 
Gomez/Alex Katz, Ken Weaver (Poster 7), Lisa Kereszi, Lucky De Bellevue, Mark Bijl, Misaki Kawai, Phillippe Jarry, Alvin 
Hall/Raymond Pettibon, Rick Lowe, Sascha Peterfreund (CD 7), Serge Onnen, Terence Koh, Rachel Cole, Anthony 
Haden Guest
2007 zingmagazine 21: Jonas Mekas/James Fuentes (Cassette Tape), Aron Namenwirth, Joe Lovett/Mary Barone/Tom 
Bianchi, Bertie Marshall, Janine Gordon, Margaret Lee, Dennis Scholl/Artpace, Grace Kim, Lee Stoetzel, Chris Johanson, 
Dan Kohl/Denver Art Museum, Dear Raindrop (Poster 6), Juan Gomez, James Mann, Anna Knoebel, Omar LopezChahoud, Sari Carel, Jeffrey Hargrave, Monte Beauchamp/Blab Magazine, Tom Sachs, Mike Ballou (Book 9)
Museo de las Americas, Denver, Colorado: Vik Muniz: Re-Mastered: Photographs from the West Collection; organized 
with West Collection curator, Lee Stoetzel
2006 Curator in Residence, The Invisible Museum, Denver, Colorado: Maria Antelman, Sebastiaan Bremer, Lucky de 
Bellevue, Mary Ehrin, Rainer Ganahl, Janine Gordon, Misaki Kawai, Andrew Kuo, Tracy Nakayama, Serge Onnen, 
Lawrence Seward, Lee Stoetzel, Jay Stuckey
RXArt Ball: New York City; guest curator: Marcel Dzama, Sebastiaan Bremer, Momoyo Torimitsu, Tracy Nakayama, 
Serge Onnen, Olav Westphalen
2005 zingmagazine 20: Luis Miguel Suro/Rodolfo Rivera, Dennis & Debra Scholl, James Hyde, Lawrence Seward/John T 
Koga and the DorisDuke Foundation for Islamic Art, Jenny Holzer/Melanie Flood, Benjamin Donaldson/Lisa Kereszi, Matt 
Murphy (Fashion Bag 2), Michael Scott King, Marcel Dzama, Jonathan Horowitz/Rob Pruitt, Sebastiaan Bremer, Christine 
Y Kim/Mark Bradford, Eric Laignel/Romain Columbe/Let Me Drive by Jessica Boukris (CD 5), Ukawa Naohiro, Faile 
(Poster 5)
2004 zingmagazine 19: George Philip/Oneil Edwards (CD 4), Max Ruback, Indigo People, Christian Schumann, Giasco 
Bertoli, Lawrence Seward, Wim Devoye, Jay Stuckey, Rainer Ganahl, Harrison Haynes, Karin Davie, Andrew Kuo, James 
Fuentes and American Fine Arts, Marissa Aragona, Gerardo Mosquera/Adrienne Samos, Olav Westphalen (book 8), 
Kenny Schachter (book 7)
2003 zingmagazine 18: Ana Finel Honigman, Zach Posen/Mary Barone, Andrew Coulter Enright/Tynt Press, Valentin 
Valhonrat, Madeleine Hoffmann/Rainer Judd and the Donald Judd Foundation, Faile, The Royal Art Lodge, Drazen 
Bosnjak (CD 3), Simon Watson/Scenic, Matt Murphy (Fashion Bag 1), Antelman/Drivas, Paul Ramirez Jonas, Oneil 
Edwards/Satori Eguchi, Jovi Schnell, Sebastiaan Bremer (Poster 4)
The Snow Show: Venice (book 6), United Bamboo: (book 5)
2002 zingmagazine 17: Dr Ben Satterfield, General Assembly (CD 2), Todd Hido/Melanie Flood, Serge Onnen, Sam 
Hecht/Mary Barone, Mike Lohr, Giasco Bertoli, Luis Macias, Lee Stoetzel, Brian Alfred, Angus Hood, Omar Lopez 
Chahoud, Ester Partegas (Poster 3), Steven Severence (book 4)
zingmagazine 16: Vito Acconci/Kenny Schachter, David Brody/Mark Sink, Yeondoo Jung, Vik Muniz, Sico Carlier/Ben 
Laloua, Lisa Kereszi, James Fuentes/Alleged Galleries, Patricia Cronin, Paul Ramirez Jonas, William Pope L, Aesthetics 
(CD 1), Volume (book 3)
2001 zingmagazine 15: Momoyo Torimitsu, Sarah Staton, Jane Hart, Thomas Rayfiel, Avikal Gebhard, Rainer Ganahl, Sam 
Hecht/Mary Barone, Amy Gartrell, Hans Winkler, Giasco Bertoli (Poster 2)
zingmagazine 14: Sweden, Paul Ramirez Jonas, Coda Group, Simon Henwood/Mary Barone, Lawrence Seward, 
Thomas Rayfiel, 
 Ester Partegas, Giasco Bertoli, Pauline Daly, Sari Carel/Dave Hickey, Olav Westphalen, As Four (Poster 1)
2000 zingmagazine 13: Retinevitable/James Fuentes, Leon Fuller, As Four, Thomas Rayfiel, Brian DeGraw, Oneil Edwards, 
Ben Satterfield, Sari Carel, Jaqui Millar/Mark Bromhead, Dan Asher, Kenny Schachter, orfi (book 2)
zingmagazine 12: AF Robbins, orfi, Thomas Rayfiel, Jane Gang, SD Katz, Sylvain Flanagan, Angus Ivy, Mark 
Tribe/Marissa Newman, Tracy Nakayama, Simon Periton/Pauline Daly
zingmagazine 11: Royal Art Lodge, Josephine Soughan/Simon Pentleton, Sputnik, Sebastiaan Bremer/Peiter Woudt, 
Thomas Rayfiel, Grant Watson, Luis Macias, Bob Seng, As Four, AS Bessa/Kenneth Goldsmith (book 1)
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: MCA, Denver, Colorado, Giasco Betoli, Pauline Daly, Marcel Dzama, Spencer Finch, 
Rainer Ganahl, Luis Macias, Ester Partegas, Paul Ramirez Jonas, Sarah Staton (catalog)
1999 zingmagazine 10: Nuar Alsadar, Olaf Nicolai, Chris Brick/Alex Gloor, Juan Gomez, Kerry Kugleman, PS1, Ellen Jong, 
Thomas Rayfiel, anp, Mel Mendelson
zingmagazine 9: Alexis Valliant, Cecelia de Medeiros, Thomas Rayfiel, Adriaan Van der Have/Rafael von Uslar, Marcel 
Dzama, Lisa Kereszi, Alex Gloor
zingmagazine 8: PS 1, John Connelly, Luis Macias, orfi, Gavin Wade, Brandon Ballangee, Elizabeth Cohen, Thomas 
1998 zingmagazine 7: Christian Bernard, Dan Asher, Thomas Rayfiel, Shelley Marlow, Costas Picadas, Kip Kotzen, David 
zingmagazine 6: Neil Golberg, Géraldine Postel, Bertie Marshall, Thomas Rayfiel, Amra Brooks, Sergio Bessa, Lisa 
Kereszi, Leopoldo Gout Grautoff
zingmagazine 5: Chris Miles, Steven Severance, Liz Deschenes, Thomas Rayfiel, Paul Graham, Diane Ludin/Ricardo 
Dominguez, Tricia Collins, Jane Hart
1997 zingmagazine 4: Jenny Marketou, Rachel Harrison, Toby Webster, Terri Friedman/Jonathan Borofsky, Brian Antoni, 
Simon Bill, Sarah Staton & Pauline Daly, Max Henry, Bjarne Melgaard, Ellen Cantor/Uscha Pohl, Christian Schumann, 
Sina Najafi
1996 zingmagazine 3: Judith Findlay, Jade Dellinger, Mathew Ritchie, Skip Arnold/Uscha Pohl, Jonathan Horowitz, Caryth 
Wyn Evans/GregorMuir, Janet Biggs, 407, Adam Simon/Mike Ballou
zingmagazine 2: Mary Ellen Carrol, Rainer Ganahl, Liz Freid, Spencer Finch, Kenneth Goldsmith, Brendan Quick, Calvin 
Reid, Marilu Knode, Robert Antoni, Tamas Banovitch
1996 Icebox, Athens, Greece, C/O, Oslo, Norway, “Between the Acts”: Janine Antoni, Pauline Daly, Devon Dikeou, Spencer 
Finch, Terri Friedman, Rainer Ganahl, Beth Haggart, Paula Hayes, Lisa Hein, Brendan Quick, Matthew Ritchie, Paul 
Ramirez Jonas (catalog)
1995 zingmagazine 1: Kenny Schachter, Gordon Tapper, Ed Webb, Gregory Volk, Donald Ferguson, Michael Corris, Amy 
Sillman, Susan Robinson

Devon Dikeou

Photo credit portrait: Lisa Kereszi

Adams, Brooks: “Front Page”; Art in America, April 1996
Adams, Rachel: “Please”; AMOA Art House, August 2013 (pamphlet)
An, Jenny: “Dikeou Collection Opens a Pop-Up”;, October 3, 2011
Anderson, Cori: “A Huge Gallery on 16th Street Showcases the Magnificent Life of a Local Art Legend,”, February 20, 
Anderson, Cori: “This Is The Last Chance To See The Dikeou Collection Before It ‘Goes Dark’ Until 2020”;, 
March 29, 2019
Anderson, Cori: “Black Cube Brings Czech Performance Artists to Denver for Exhibition in Secret Location”;, 
August 29, 2018
Anderson, Theresa: “Devon Dikeou”;, November 19, 2012
Anderson, Theresa: “Dikeou Collection Pop Up Space an Infinite Parallel”;, October 3, 2011
Anderson, Theresa: “This Week’s Pick – zingmagazine #23”;, August 9, 2013
Andrews, Scott: “Jazz and Minwax: How an Artpace Resident Came to Enshrine an Unsung Musical Legend”; San Antonio 
Current, March 2011
Beard, Steve, Eshun, Kodwo: “Zine of the Month”; i-D magazine, July 1998
Beaty, Kevin: “Devon Dikeou’s sort-of-secret art space has reopened downtown,”, February 21, 2020
Beaty, Kevin: “I may have slipped through a wormhole when I accidentally wandered into a wild art collection downtown”; 
Denverite, October 1, 2018
Behar, Ionit: “The Middle as a Means to an End: The Chicago Effect at the Hyde Park Art Center”;, September 5, 
Bennett, Steve: “Also at Artpace”; San Antonio Express News, April 3, 2011
Bennett, Steve: “Artpace’s High Flying Cat Fight”; San Antonio Express News, April 3, 2011
Bessa, AS: “Double Space”; Apex Art Curatorial Pamplet, January 2000
Betts, Kristie: “Western Where?”; Boulder Weekly, 2000
Blom, Ina: “Between the Acts”; Material, Summer, 1996
Borum, Jenifer: “Looky Loo and High Anxiety”; Artforum, December 1995
Boucher, Brian: “Outside the Miami Beach Convention Center Walls: NADA, Perez Museum, Ink”; Art in America, December 6, 
Brenner, Wayne Alan: “Arts Review”; Austin Chronicle, 2010
Broder, Mitch: “Toys ‘R’ Art”; Gannet Suburban Newspaper, December 1994
Buck, Louisa: “Liquor Closet of Curiosities”; The Art Newspaper December 2012 
Calhoun, Patricia: “Dikeou Collection Going Dark for a Year, but Pop-Up Will Keep Hopping”; Westword, April 4-10, 2019
Cheng, Emily, Lisa Hein, Annie Herron, Simon Lee, Adam Simon: “Mob Rule: Starters”; NYArts, October 1997
Cameron, Dan: “Arranging Things”; Art and Auction, January 1992
Cash, Stephanie: “Report from Colorado: The Hills are Alive”; Art and America, February 2007
Chamberlain, Colby: “Devon Dikeou – James Fuentes”; Artforum, October 2017
Chandler, Mary Voelz: “Creativity Not Lost in the Dust”; The Rocky Mountain News, October 19, 2007
Chandler, Mary Voelz: “In the Galleries”; The Rocky Mountain News, March 3, 2007
Chandler, Mary Voelz: “A New Day Dawns”; The Rocky Mountain News, March 23, 2001
Colucci, Emily: “The Death of Context at Nada New York”; Hyperallergic, May 13, 2013
Cooper, Ashton: “Devon Dikeou Peppered Museum Donation Boxes Around NADA Miami Beach”; Blouin Artinfo, December 5, 
Cotter, Holland: “Art Guide-Galleries: SoHo”; New York Times, September 1997
Crawford, Sabrina: “New York Review of Magazines”; Columbia Journalism Review, Spring, 2002
Dalton, Jennifer: “Polly Apfelbaum, Nicole Carstens, Devon Dikeou, and Hai Knafo”; Review, October 1996
Darcy, David: “Branding Culture”; Trend, Spring/Summer, 2008
Denzer, Dawn: “Private reception for featured artists at Museum of Contemporary Art exhibit”; Black Tie Colorado, 2000
Davenport, Bill: “By Permit Only”;, July 2011
Davenport, Bill: “Swap Meet: Artpace and The Dikeou Collection”;, September 2011
Dominguez, Ricardo: “Devon Dikeou at Postmasters”;, September 1997
Doroshenko, Peter: “Private Spaces for Contemporary Art”; Rizzoli, 2010
Drenne, Craig and Stuart Hordnew: “Talking Heads: NYC Armory and Art Fair Week, Wrap Up”;, March 29, 2013
Eggers, Dave: “Best of 2000”; Artforum, December 2002
Eickhoff, Beate: “Bodyguard”; Kunstforum, March-June 1993
Eickhoff, Beate: “Fünf junge Künstler speilen Bodyguard”; Kölner Stadt Anzieger, January 1994
Faure, Sonya: “It’s the Recreation of the Office" Ideal Office; La Liberation, November 2002
Faure, Sonya: “Choices for the Galleries" Ideal Office; La Liberation, October 2003
Fisch, Sarah: “Fall Arts: further thoughts”;, September 6, 2011
Fisch, Sarah: “Landscape, Catfight, and another Musical”;, March 25, 2011
Fisch, Sarah: “Texas Art Travel: San Antonio”;, August 11, 2011
Fitzbaer, Helga: “MOD!”; zingmagazine, winter, 2000
Friedman, Terri: “Devon Dikeou, Robert Heckes, Christian Schumann”; zingmagazine, winter/spring, 1997
Froyd, Susan: “Art Attack: Ten Best Things for Denver Art Lovers to Do This Weekend,”, February 20, 2020
Froyd, Susan: “100 Colorado Creatives: Cortney Lane Stell”; Westowrd, July 11, 2013
Froyd, Susan: “Hot Chocolate!”; Westword, October 2007
Froyd, Susan: “Last Chance to See Swap Meet at the Dikeou Collection”;, January 23, 2013
Froyd, Susan: “Ten Shows to See During Month of Photography”;, March 1, 2013
Froyd, Susan: “The Dikeou Collection Pops Up for Denver Arts Week Party”;, November 8, 2012
Ganahl, Rainer: “From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs Basil E Frankweiler”; zingmagazine, summer, 1997
Gartenfeld, Alex: “Malls for America: Devon Dikeou at 179 Canal”; Interview on line, May 19, 2010
Gazen, Nick: “My Week In Miami Basel in 100 Photos;, December 2012
Goebel, Leanne: “Devon Dikeou, Insider, Aims to Re-Democratize Jazz History”;, May 26, 2011
Goebel, Leanne: “Nils Folke Anderson”;, 2011
Goebel, Leanne: “Lordy Rodriguez Gets Art Swapped”;, December 3, 2012
Goebel, Leanne: “The Dikeou Collection a Quirky Find”;, June 3, 2011
Goddard, Dan, R: “Contemporary Arts Month Marches On”;, March 25th, 2011
Goddard, Dan, R: “Artpace 11.1: It’s in the Water”;, April 12th, 2011
Goldblatt, Sarah: “Immersed: Art Permeates Every Facet of Artist, Collector and Publisher Devon Dikeou’s Life and You Are Invited 
In”; Modern In Denver, Spring 2014
Gouveia, Georgette: “Exhibits [Chill and Thrill]”; Gannett Suburban Newspaper, December 1994
Gregory, Stamatina: “Reservation Required”;, April 2, 2010
Gregos, Katerina: “Between the Acts”; zingmagazine, winter/spring, 1997
Greene, David, A: “Sidewalk’s Choice”; newyork.sidewalk, June, 1997
Goldstein, Andrew: “Recession—Affected Artists Reduced to Working with Paper”;, December 2008
Harris, Kyle: “Black Cube Is Changing Denver’s Relationship to the Global Art World”; Denver Westword, January 30, 2018
Heathcott, Mary: “Swap Meet: Interview Devon Dikeou and Mary Heathcott”;, September 21, 2012
Hegewisch, Katrina: “Fünf Sichtweisen”; Zeitgenössiche Kunst, April 1993
Heimbach, Alex: “Adventures in Styrofoam, Maximalism, and Photography During Bushwick Open Studios 2014”; Hyperallergic, 
June 2014
Helton-Gallagher, Chloe: “Basel Dazzle”;, December 12, 2012
Herbst, Anne: “Hidden Denver museum showcases contemporary art”; 9news, June 16, 2017
Johnson, Brandon: “Here is Devon Dikeou’s New York”; zingmagazine, August 2018
Johnson, Brandon: “Like A Prayer: Devon Dikeou’s Pope Portraits (Sans Pope); zingmagazine, July 2017
Johnson, Paddy: “First Draft: A Survey of Denver’s Artistic Talent”; Art F City, August 20, 2013
Johnson, Paddy and Whitney Kimball: “The Ultimate Guide to Frieze Week 2014”; Art F City, May 7, 2014
Johnson, Paddy and Whitney Kimball: “This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Art About Time, and Bushwick Open Studios”; Art F 
City, May 27, 2014
Johnson, Todd: “12 Photos: Swap Meet: Artpace and the Dikeou Collection”;, September 2012
Khemsurov, Monica: “Excerpt: Exhibition ‘Come All Ye Faithful,’ Curated by Carson Chan”; Sight Unseen, December 12, 2014
Kimball, Whitney: "At the New Museum, a time capsule from the garbagey, abstract, political New York art scene of 1993";, February 19, 2013
Kimura, Wendy: “Reciprocal Linkage”;, September 20, 2012
Kimura, Wendy: “Swap Meet: Artpace and the Dikeou Collection”;, September 11, 2012
Kino, Carol: “Reviews”; Time Out, July/August 1997
Kino, Carol: “Reviews”; Time Out, December 1997
Kinsella, Eileen: “Editors’ Picks: 17 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week”, Artnet, September 3, 2018
Kirsch, Corinna and Whitney Kimball: “The Definitive NADA Slideshow and Commentary”; Art Fag City, December 6, 2013
Kley, Elizabeth: “Wish You Were Here”; Artnet, June 1, 2010
Kloos, Robert: “Serge Onnen in Dikeou Collection at Artpace”;, September 17, 2012
Knerr, Erika: "Devon Dikeou's 'The Niney Chronicles' at artMovingProjects";, December 5, 2007
Knight, Philae, Steck, Amanda: “Re-Accession: For Sale by Owner”; summer 2009 (catalog)
Konsttatou, Yiota: “The Destruction Has Its Own Beauty"; Magazine E, February 1996


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