Miami Art Week gets a bad rap for being a nonstop rager, what with the Cristal, the caviar and the unicorn rides (trust me, Peter Brant can make that happen). 954 more words
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Twenty-seven-year-old artist Lucien Smith’s latest work was on view Thursday night at “Macabre Suite,” an open house-cum-art show-cum-concert in the South Bronx’s newly monikered (or so developers hope) “Piano District.” It was co-hosted by art dealer Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn, real estate developer Keith Rubenstein, and an all-star crew of art lovers and investors too long to list. 642 more words
It was Halloween, by way of art dealer Jeffrey Deitch – hand-shredded costumes and handcrafted movie ephemera, created by a family team that couldn’t be more brandable. 1,001 more words
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A photo posted by JÉRÔME JARRE (@jeromejarre) on Feb 23, 2015 at 6:18pm PST…
On Thursday night, a remembrance of sorts was held inside 76 Grand Street, the legendary former outpost, now reclaimed, of art dealer Jeffrey Deitch.
Close friends of occultist, artist and iconic Los Angeles figure Marjorie Cameron gathered to share memories of the “Scarlet Woman” who starred in Kenneth Anger films and was married to rocket scientist Jack Parsons, amid a small but historic first East Coast survey of her artwork. 922 more words
Photo © Bob Gruen. Debbie Harry, Blondie, Max’s Kansas City, NYC 1976.
On a sweltering July afternoon in downtown Manhattan, fashion mogul Tommy Hilfiger and curator/art dealer Jeffrey Deitch sat together in Deitch’s calm, bright SoHo office. 629 more words