Books and Exhibition Catalogues

Arnold, Grant. Topographies. Vancouver: Vancouver Art Gallery, 1996.

Arnold, Grant (ed.). Traffic: Conceptual Art in Canada 1965-1980. Toronto: Douglas & McIntyre, 2012.

Arnold, Grant et al. Robert Smithson in Vancouver: A Fragment of a Greater FragmentationI. Vancouver: Vancouver Art Gallery, 2004.

Bellamy, Dick et al. Unfinished Business: Vancouver Street Photographs 1955 to 1985. Vancouver: Presentation House Gallery, 2003.

Bellerby, Greg and Trevor Boddy. Vertical Cities. Vancouver: Charles H. Scott Gallery, 1999.

Berringer, Patricia. “Nothing has Changed, Everything's Different,” in Christos Dikeakos: Sites and Place Names. Vancouver: Contemporary Art Gallery, 1992, pp. 18-19.

Blaser, Robin. “Mind Canaries,” in Christos Dikeakos. Vancouver Art Gallery, 1986.

Blaser, Robin. “Mind Canaries,” in The Fire: Collected Essays of Robin Blaser. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2006.

Blaser, Robin and Scott Watson. Topographies: Aspects of Recent BC Art. Vancouver” Vancouver Art Gallery, 1986.

Bratishenko, Lev and Mirko Zardini (ed.). It’s All Happening So Fast: A Counter-History of the Modern Canadian Environment. Montreal: Canadian Centre for Architecture; Heijningen, the Netherlands: Jap Sam Books, 2016.

Brayshaw, Christopher. Lookout: Christos Dikeakos and Noel Best. Vancouver” Concort Pacific Group, 2001.

Brodovitch, Sophie and Jennifer Cane (eds.). Our Changing Landscape: Perspective on and Interpretations of British Columbia. Burnaby: Burnaby Art Gallery, 2010.

Burnham, Clint. “False Hood” in Christos Dikeakos. Vancouver: Catriona Jeffries Gallery, 2002.

De Baere, Bart et al. Intertidal Vancouver Art and Artists. Antwerp: Museum van Hedengaagse Kunst Antwerpa (MuHKA) and the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 2005.

De Courcy, Michael. B.C. Almanac(h). North Vancouver, British Columbia: Presentation House Gallery, 2015.

Dikeakos, Christos and Jane Rankin-Read. Christos Dikeakos: Pâtisserie Duchamp/Puis-je fumer. Hamilton: McMaster Museum of Art, 2011.

Grenville, Bruce. Christos Dikeakos: Sites and Place Names: Vancouver/Saskatoon. Saskatoon: Mendel Art Gallery, 1994.

Grenville, Bruce and Scott Steedman (eds.). Vision of British Columbia. Vancouver” Vancouver Art Gallery and Douglas & McIntyre, 2010.

Holubizky, Ihor, Dr. “Thinking Through Christos Dikeakos: The Collector, the Photographer and the Enigma of Things.” Next: Christos Dikeakos. Vancouver, British Columbia: Vancouver Art Gallery, 2015.

Holubizky, Ihor, Dr. Radical Regionalism, Local Knowledge and Making Places. London, Ontario: Museum of London, 2006.

Lippard, Lucy. "In A Word." The Lure of the Local: Senses of Place in a Multicentered Society. Ed. Lucy R. Lippard. New York: The New Press, 1997.

Mastai, Judith. Sites and Place Names and Recent Works. North York, Ontario: Art Gallery of North York, 1998.

Mastai, Judith and Lois Allan. Traversing Territory. Portland: Portland Institute of Contemporary Art, 2000.

New Media: Artwork from the 60's and 70's in Vancouver. Burnaby: Burnaby Art Gallery, 2002.

O'Brian, John and Peter White. Beyond Wilderness: The Group of Seven, Canadian Identity, and Contemporary Art. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2007.

Reality Check, Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 2003.

Morrison, Darrin. Christos Dikeakos: Trouble in Paradise. West Vancouver Museum, 2015.

Naruscevicius, Vytas. "The Photo Show: 1969/2013 - Exploring the Photo Conceptual Archive." Exhibition essay by the curator. 2013.

Payne, Carol. Displaced Histories. Ottawa: Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, 1995.

Sava, Sharla. “Christos Dikeakos: Olympic Village Landscapes,” in Anthology of Exhibition Essays. 2008/2009. Vancouver: CJ Press (Catriona Jeffries Gallery), 2009.

Seline, Janice. Survey Results Show. Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 1997. Sond’art. Exhibition essay. Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 1997.

Wall, Jeff. "Foreword." Nature Morte exhibition catalogue. Kelowna Art Gallery, 2014.

Wallace, Keith. “Sites and Place Names,” in Christos Dikeakos: Sites and Place Names. Vancouver: Contemporary Art Gallery, 1992, pp. 5-13.

Wylie, Liz (ed.). Nature Morte exhibition catalogue. Kelowna Art Gallery, 2014.

Zaslove, Jerry. “Geological Poetics – A Triptych for Kladno,” in Kladno+Zaporno. Prague: Muzeum Poldi Kladno, 2005.

Reviews and Articles

“Vancouver After the 2010 Winter Olympics.” Canadian Theatre Review, issue 164, fall 2015.

Prefix, issue 32, November 2015.

Barton, Adriana. “Candid Cameras” Reflections of the city by Vancouver's top contemporary artists,” Where Vancouver, August 1999.

Bentley Mays, John. “Undermining the points of civic pride,” Globe and Mail, November 6, 1993.

Boddy, Trevor. “Sisters of invention, looking at urban mythmaking,” Vancouver Sun, July 17, 1999.

Brenner, Luiza. “’Pictures from Here’ Uses and Confuses Photo-Conceptualism, Depicting Vancouver Through Various Lenses in Time.” Beatroute online, July 20, 2017.

Brent Ingram, Gordon. “Topographies,” review, art/text (Los Angeles), May/July 1997.

Browne, Colin. "Location Hunting False Creek: An Interview with Christos Dikeakos." The Capilano Review, 3.10, Winter 2010.

Burnham, Clint. “Images Explore Issues of Heart and Home,” The Vancouver Sun, December 10, 2005.

Burnham, Clint. “Artworks challenge and intrigue,' The Vancouver Sun, Jun 3, 2006.

Cole, Meredith. “Back Room Deals.” SAD Magazine, issue 22, May 20, 2017.

Dault, Julia. “A Room of One's Own,” The National Post, June 15, 2006.

Favero, Elissa. “Secluded Corner, Hirsute Bed, Foorless Entrance: Dwelling on the Vancovuer Art Gallery's The Poetics of Space,” Arcade Magazine, issue 33.1, spring 2015.

Emery, Tony. “Art Probe,” artscanada, Vol. XXIX, No. 2, issue 166/167/168, February-March 1972, pp. 75-76.

Godfrey, Stephen. “Home is where the Art is,” Globe and Mail, April 18, 1986.

Griffin, Kevin. “C. 1983: When artists starting experimenting with photography,” Vancouver Sun, March 27, 2012.

Harris, Mark. “Christos Dikeakos at the Coburg Gallery,” Vanguard, Vol. 14, No. 4, May 1985, p. 40.

Harris, Mark. “Christos Dikeakos at the Coburg Gallery,” C Magazine, Summer 1986.

Harris, Michael. “Christos Dikeakos,” Border Crossings, Vol. 28, Issue 3, August 2009, pp. 131-132.

Herring, Elizabeth. “A 'ploy' on words,” The Athenian (Athens), April 1988.

Holubizky, Ihor, Dr. "Street Scans." 2012.

Holubizky, Ihor, Dr. "The Ordinary Photograph: Its Agency and Aesthetics." Art Matter 2: Agency & Aesthetics. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland Art Gallery Toi oi Tamaki, 2018.

Jeffries, Bill. “Bystanders in Terminal City: The Street Photograph in Vancouver 1955 to 1985,” Geist, Vol. 11, no. 47, Winter 2002, pp. 31-32; 56-57.

Jenkins, Megan. “Review: Pictures From Here.” SAG Magazine online, May 30, 2017.

Johnston, Eve. “Flying with Icarus,” Vancouver Sun, February 6, 1986.

Keziere, Russel. “A Visual Fest of past and present,” Maclean's, April 21, 1986, p. 73.

Lauder, Adam. “Robert Smithson's Vancouver Sojourn: Glue Pour, 1970,” Canadian Art, Vol. 32, No. 2, summer 2015, pp. 91-94.

Laurence, Robin. “Ideas of Nature, Culture Flow in River-Themed Collection,” The Georgia Straight, October 16, 2003.

Laurence, Robin. “Christos Dikeakos: Domicile/drift,” The Georgia Straight, December 22, 2005.

Laurence, Robin. “After the Fall: Christos Dikeakos and the changing landscape of the Okanagan,” Canadian Art, Special 30 years issue, Vol. 31, No. 3, Fall 2014, pp. 142-147.

Laurence, Robin. “Colin Smith and Christos Dikeakos put new twists on landscape photography.” The Georgia Straight, April 8, 2015.

Lempesis, Dimitris. “PHOTO: Pictures From Here.” Dreamideamachine ART VIEW online magazine, 2017.

Lindberg, Ted. “955,000,” artscanada, Vol. XXVI, No. 3, Issue 144/145, February 1970, p. 50.

Lord, Barry. “B.C. Almanac,” artscanada, Vol. XXVII, No. 1, February-March 1971, pp. 42-45.

Lowndes, Joan. “Film Board okays West Coast Nudes,” Vancouver Sun, November 13, 1970.

Lowndes, Joan. “West Coast nudity disturbs NFB chiefs,” Vancouver Sun, November 10, 1970.

Lowndes, Joan. “Don't Ask what these collages mean,” Vancouver Sun, April 3, 1971.

Lowndes, Joan. “Paris Likes Us!,” Vancouver Sun, July 20, 1973.

Mahoney, Jeff. “Smoke gets in art's eyes,” Hamilton Spectator, February 16, 2011.

Mastai, Judith. “Christos Dikeakos: Vancouver/Hole in Bottom,” Canadian Art, Vol. 11, No. 4, Winter 1994, p. 83.

Mastai, Judith. “Post Colonial Landscape,” Blackflash (Saskatoon), Vol. 14, No. 2, Summer 1996, p. 10.

Mastai, Judith. “A Dialogue of Place and Time” Interview with Christos Dikeakos,” C Magazine, Issue 53, May-August 1997, pp. 14-21.

Mastai, Judith. “Art on the Street,” Canadian Art, Vol. 17, No. 4, winter 2000, pp. 60-67.

McMillan, Murray. “A Different Vancouver goes on display in Ottawa,” Vancouver Sun, November 20, 1970.

Obadia, Shimshon. "Best Laid Plans." A Year From Now. Exhibition catalogue. Kelowna: Kelowna Art Gallery, 2021.

O'Brian, Amy. “Former mud flats home to art centre,” The Vancouver Sun, Jun 3, 2006.

Pearson, Gary. "Location and Actuality: Christos Dikeakos, Jeff Wall, Ian Wallace [interviews].” Lake: A Journal of Arts and Environment (Kelowna BC, University of British Columbia, Okanagan), Issue 2, 2008, pp. 40-58.

Pearson, Gary. “Christos Dikeakos,” Border Crossings, Vol. 33, No.4, Issue 132, 2014-15.

“Playing Homage: Shooting for the Stars,” Canadian Art online, posted September 11, 2009.

Rhodes, Richard. “A Journey of Discovery,” Globe and Mail, May 1, 2004.

Rhodes, Richard. “Christos Dikeakos: History and Mystery,” Canadian Art online, posted February 19, 2009.

Robitaille, Louis Bernard. “Le Canada anglais découvert à Paris,” La Presse (Montréal), July 14, 1973.

Ryan, Leo. “And in Paris,” Winnipeg Free Press, July 16, 1973.

Scott, Michael. “Places of myth now lost forever in reality sites and place names: Athens,” Vancouver Sun, September 24, 1996.

Scott Michael. “Art Gallery Reveals Its Riches in Impressive Show (Recollect),” Vancouver Sun, January 19, 2000.

Shaul, Sandra. “Canadian Art in Paris.” Art Magazine (Toronto), Fall 1973.

Simmins, Richard. “Photo Exhibition Simple, Strong,” Vancouver Province, November 20, 1970.

Theriault, Norman. “45 30” N73 36” Inventory,” La Presse (Montréal), February 6, 1971.

Townsend, Charlotte. “Photo Show,” arstcanada, Vol. XXVII, No. 3, Issue 144/145, July 1970, p. 49.

Watson, Petra. “Christos Dikeakos, Catriona Jeffries Gallery,” Parachute, Vol. 77, winter 1994, pp. 46-47.

Williams Fraser, Judy. “Collage Show,” artscanada, June/July 1971, Vol XXVIII, No. 3, p. 80.

Wyman, Max. “Mind over matter,” The Province (Vancouver), February 23, 1986.

Writings and Presentations by Christos Dikeakos

Artist's Statement in Christos Dikeakos: Sites and Place Names. Vancouver: Contemporary Art Gallery, 1992.

"An Introduction: The 1969 Photo Show SUB Art Gallery UBC." Exhibition essay by the artist. The Photo Show: 1969/2013 – Exploring the Photo Conceptual Archive. 2013.

"Barrie Jones: A Few Comments on his Exhibition of Selected Works September 2021" Barrie Jones. Exhibition publication. Vancouver: University of British Columbia, 2021.

“BC Almanac Street Scan Carrides Notes," 2011.

“Beyond the Narcissistic City: Urban Nomadic Homelessness in Vancouver's Olympic Village Site,” Culture Politics (Duke University), November 2010, Vol. 6, No. 3, p. 320.

"Collage and Photography in Late 60's Vancouver." 2009.

“Double Portrait of Robin Blaser,” Collapse #2. Vancouver: Vancouver Art Forum Society, 1996.

“Glue Pour and the Viscosity of Fluvial Flows as Evidenced in Bottle Gum Glue Pour, Jan 8 1970 9:30 to 11:30,” in Robert Smithson in Vancouver: A Fragment of a Greater Fragmentation. Vancouver: Vancouver Art Gallery, 2004.

Puis-je fumer/ Duchamp May I Smoke. With Ihor Holubizky. Exhibition catalogue, 2010.

“Sites & Place Names,” Front Magazine (Vancouver), May-June 1992, Vol. III, No. 5.

“Some Background Notes for Sites & Place Names: Vancouver/Saskatoon,” in Christos Dikeakos” Sites and Place Names: Vancouver/Saskatoon. Saskatoon” Mendel Art Gallery, 1994, pp. 5-11.

“A Vast and Featureless Expanse: the car rides and street scans, 1969/71,” in Unfinished Business: Photographing Vancouver Streets 1955 to 1985, Vancouver: Presentation House Gallery and West Coast Line, 2005.

"Vancouver Conceptual Photography Grew Up in the City of the Unique Shifts of the Modern Metropolis". 2015.

With Colin Browne, “Suppliants (The Sacred Way), The Capilano Review, Fall 1996, pp. 72-93. With Jeff Wall. Ian Wallace: Selected Works 1970-1987. Vancouver: Vancouver Art Gallery, 1988.