During my college years, I studied painting with minimalist Denzil Hurley at Hampshire College where I developed an obsession with the idea of the universal language of Abstraction. I attended Hunter College for an MFA to work with the conceptual artist Robert Morris, to negotiate issues in my work regarding time and the body. To support my studio practice after graduate school, I traveled internationally as a representative and drafter for the Conceptual Artist Sol LeWitt, who became a close friend and mentor. After his death, I lived in Scandinavia for six years, recently returning to New York.


After more than 20 years of experimentation, scouring performance, video, photography, installation and digital media for ways to make representation more neutral, I found my holy grail in a return to abstraction, locating a groundbreaking way to represent people using a biographical framework as a point of departure.



New York based artist, Megan Dyer, has been a working artist for the last 20 years exhibiting in the United States and Europe.

Selected Group Exhibitions



ATM Gallery, Curated by Chris Cobb, NYC

Primary Secondary, Curated by Denise Markonish, North Adams, MA

Galleri A, Oslo, Norway

Pop Up: Curated by Julian Hoberman, West Hollywood, CA

 APT:  Curated by Casey Ruble, Brooklyn, NY

Special: Artists Select Artists, Kustera Tilton Gallery, NYC

From the Collection, Rogaland Kunstmueum, Stavanger, Norway

 A Salon for Painters curated by Ross Bleckner, Lehmann Maupin Gallery, NYC

Oslo-New York-Oslo, “Different Directions”, Galleri A, Oslo, Norway

Inverse, Galleri 21/25, Oslo, Norway

From the Collection, Rogaland Kunstmuseum, Stavanger, Norway

Envisioning Peace, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH

Hunter College, Times Square Gallery, NYC

Everything is Everything, Brooklyn, NY

Solo Exhibitions


Transformator, Galleri A Minor,

Oslo, Norway, 2006

Macro-Micro, Times Square Gallery

New York, NY, 2000



Art News, Vol. 104, Issue #3, March, 2005

Aftenposten, Friday, February 17, 2006

Waterfront Weekly, Vol. 7, Spring Issue

Parafin, Vol. 29, Spring Issue,

Museum Collections


Rogaland Kunstmuseum, Stavanger, Norway

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