Nobunaga 4

Jack Hanley East Hampton Gallery

Fist of Fury

Alison Jacques Gallery, London

99c Dreams

James Fuentes Gallery, NYC

Lucky Food

Stems Gallery, Brussels Belgium

January 9- February 23, 2020

Howl! Happening: An Arturo Vega Project is pleased to present Jane Dickson’s Hot, Hot, Hot, a series of rarely seen and moody paintings of Times Square peep shows from the 1980s. Dickson’s history and legacy are rooted in Times Square. She worked and lived there from 1978 to 2008 documenting her daily lived experiences and observations as a young woman. In photos, drawings, and paintings that utilize unconventional industrial and domestic materials as surfaces—including carpet, sandpaper, and black plastic bags—she captured a time and place that was notoriously lawless, squalid, and vibrantly alive.

Beyond The Streets
June- September 2019

In June 2019, BEYOND THE STREETS’ opened in New York, bringing a massive new showcase of the evolution of graffiti and street art to the city that helped it become a global phenomenon.

May 18 - 31, 2019

James Fuentes Gallery presents Slot Club, a selection of works by Jane Dickson of casinos in Las Vegas.

All That is Solid Melts into Air
January 16 - February 17, 2019

James Fuentes is pleased to present Jane Dickson, All That Is Solid Melts Into Air. The exhibition includes works spanning from the early 1980s to the present, each offering an important document of New York City.

Jane Dickson is known for her vivid depictions of Times Square’s nocturnal energy. Born in Chicago,

Dickson arrived to New York in 1977, and a year later began a job programming visuals for Times Square’s first digital billboard. She mostly worked the night shift and was responsible for the New Year’s Eve countdown, witness to upturned faces basking in the hallucinatory glow. Two years later she moved to an apartment on 43rd Street and 8th Avenue, where she lived and raised two children with her husband. From this vantage point Dickson observed Times Square after dark, absorbing the seductive haze and structured environment in which figures and shadows moved.

Basquiat, The Artist and His New York Scene
February 2 - June 2, 2019
SCHUNCK is proud to present Basquiat, The Artist and His New York Scene: the European premiere of the early work and life of visual artist Jean-Michel Basquiat and his contemporaries. The exhibition is set to take place from February 2, 2019 to June 2, 2019 in Heerlen.
East Village New York: Vulnerable and Extreme
December 13 - January 30, 2019
The "East Village New York: Vulnerable and Extreme" exhibition at the City Museum of Art in Seoul was a gathering of artists who built their own aesthetic world based on the spirit of the times and practiced the arts for social and political transformation in their lives. It was planned to illuminate East Village.
Jane Dickson: Witness
November 14 - December 16, 2018
SHFAP presents Jane Dickson: Witness, a selection of works from the new monograph Jane Dickson in Times Square, published by Anthology LLC and produced by Boo-Hooray.

This exhibition will include paintings, drawings and prints from the book, many from the 1980s. The monograph features texts by Chris Kraus and Fab 5 Freddy along with an interview with the artist by Carlo McCormick.
Zeitgeist: The Art Scene of Teenage Basquiat
May-July 2018
The exhibition and a series of special events—illuminate Basquiat’s work and that of his friends and other artists, writers, filmmakers, and musicians who emerged from that scene.

On view at Howl Happening from May 13-July 29, 2018.
Out of Here 1999-2013
Omi International Arts Center, Hudson, NY
Whose World Is This?
William Patterson University, NJ
with Charlie Ahearn
Peep Land: Paintings by Jane Dickson 1983-1993
January 18 - February 20, 1994
Peep Land was an exhibition featuring thirty paintings completed within a ten year period. Curated by Barry Blinderman for University Galleries at Illinois State University.
Trust Me
Brooke Alexander Gallery, NY