Jeffrey Deitch

They connect to the viewer, they instigate a back-and-forth dynamic that is typically different and more aggressive than
As the art world once again make their annual pilgrimage for Art Basel Miami, collective heads exploded this week with the announcement that industry leaders Jeffrey Deitch and Larry Gagosian would be putting on a ground breaking show of figurate work.
After decades -- some might say well over a century -- of standing aside while Duchamp joked and Pollock flung paint, figurative art is about to step into the spotlight and become the "next big thing."
Gagosian Beverly Hills held an exhibition of sculptures and paintings by Urs Fischer on Tuesday, September 15th, from 6:00 to 8:00pm. Urs Fischer was born in Zurich in 1973, and lives and works in New York.
In the middle of an amusement park, these are commissioned works that respond in some way to their environment by 30 or so local and international heavy hitters, and a few new kids on the block, comprising a 40+ year span of expertise.
Obtaining self-mastery or enlightenment during Frieze week is not an easy mission. Frieze Art Fair New York poses many challenges for art dealers, artists, collectors and its boosters, known as patrons. Most of this is psychological.
Everyone heads to Basel with many different intentions in mind. However, the one thread that connects each and every attendee is their appreciation for art and its creators.
Live music aside, perhaps the most entertaining part of the evening was counting the number of ridiculously attractive people in attendance.
From Paris to Los Angeles, it is surprising that dinner conversation in the art world shifts its focus from the museum to the museum director. Jeffrey Deitch disappeared as the conversation centerpiece as all talk is about the new director, Philippe Vergne, who will save MOCA.
For Fafi, the motivation is also simple for her and many of the solid talents involved in this show, "We felt it's the time
Last month Jeffrey Deitch resigned as the director of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. Although he won’t step
At first, conversation was centered on Herzog and his ideas behind the video, but then the focus shifted to the unassuming
Jeffrey Deitch brought an original voice to the art scene in Los Angeles. Whether or not you're a fan of his style, we can all agree that he was responsible for a set of provocative, interesting and unexpected exhibitions that enriched our experience of art.
Peruse the highs and lows of Deitch's contentious relationship with the contemporary art institution in Deborah Vankin's
In conclusion of today's program, I want to urge you to hurry up to see the current and, unfortunately, last exhibition at
L.A. Weekly's Dennis Romero reported last night that Jeffrey Deitch, the controversial director of Los Angeles' Museum of
Jeffrey Deitch, controversial director of MOCA, is parting ways with the contemporary art museum, a source with knowledge
Upon entering we had to vote if we were for or against the topic. I voted against it. As the panel went on, I voted for it
I made these paintings of my wife and my dog. Well, I am in them too, but I just have a kind of spherical head with some
The board, which, we feel compelled to add, has no artists left on it, released a statement explaining their decision: Following