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Jeffrey Deitch to Cloak Iconic Soho Gallery in Cameron’s 'Obscene' Black-Magic Art

The thing every New Yorker learns when moving to L.A.: Never give up your apartment.

Jeffrey Deitch, art dealer and former director of Los Angeles’ Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), took that lesson to heart in a way: He’s returning—at least for one show—to the 76 Grand Street space where many of the infamous epoch-marking exhibitions which made his career were held in the 1990’s and early aughts. 274 more words

Tatyana Fazlalizadeh to Draw Portraits of Coney Island Residents for Coney Art Walls

Artist Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, best known for her public art project “Stop Telling Women To Smile,” put out a call on twitter today: “Brooklyn: I’m looking for Coney Island residents who’d like to potentially be portrayed in a mural I’ll be doing. 323 more words

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Jeffrey Deitch Has Sunk So Low He's Curating for Property Developers on Coney Island (artnet news)

By Brian Boucher, Wednesday, April 29, 2015 original article here.

New York dealer-impresario Jeffrey Deitch is co-curating a street art show in Coney Island this summer with Joseph Sitt, the head of real estate developers Thor Equities, whom a Huffington Post blogger once dubbed “Satan’s real estate division.” 434 more words

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Thor Equities Recruits Jeffrey Deitch, Dan Biederman & Smorgasburg to Dress Up Vacant Coney Lot

Goodbye vacant lots–at least temporarily–hello Coney Art Walls! Thor Equities has recruited a dream team that includes Jeffrey Deitch, art advisor and former director of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Los Angeles, and food vendors from Brooklyn’s Smorgasburg to help activate one of their long vacant lots in Coney Island. 643 more words


Food Fair! Street Art! Jeffrey Deitch! Coney Island! A Blowout's Coming to Brooklyn

Jeffrey Deitch is back—bigger than ever? Now that the dealer, curator, and former MOCA Los Angeles director has left the West Coast and returned East… 247 more words

Photographer Catherine Opie Joins Lehmann Maupin Gallery

Lehmann Maupin gallery announced today that Los Angeles-based photographer Catherine Opie has joined its roster. The artist is known widely for her color portraits of individuals across American culture that explore issues of identity, community, and highlight various thriving subcultures. 269 more words

A Young Painter Returns from L.A. With a Fresh Show That Evokes a Legend

We haven’t seen Rosson Crow in New York for quite some time—she’s been busy shaking up the West Coast. But this week, she returns to New York for her first show in the city in five years, and her first with the Sargent’s Daughters gallery in Chinatown. 541 more words