Posts Tagged ‘Jeffrey Deitch’

Works are selling at Art Basel Miami Beach but the buzz of years past has dissipated, leading to a less crowded fair where galleries can do business and collectors can peruse with slightly less fanfare. According to The New York Times, the blue-chip galleries Gagosian, David Zwirner, Pace and Andrea Rosen are all making sales and […]


The Los Angeles Times‘ Jori Finkel reported that Jeffrey Deitch’s first show at MOCA will be, “Dennis Hopper Double Standard,” curated by Julian Schnabel, opening on July 11, 2010.  Deitch officially starts his new post as museum director on June 1st and the exhibition is being organized with faster than average speed, due in part […]


Art Handling Olympics on the Lower East Side (NY Times) Talking with Ex-Met Director Philippe de Montebello (NY Times) Smart Phones Serve as Docents in Many Museums (NY Times) Renoir in the 20th Century, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (WSJ) Los Angeles Municipal Arts Begin to Feel Budget Crisis’ Effects (LA Times) […]


In Europe, Arts Ask for Alms (NY Times) Making Art Out of an Encounter (NY Times) Online, It’s the Mouse that Runs the Museum (NY Times) Scorsese, Govan Talk Film Preservation and Hint at Future Collaboration (LA Times) Critic’s Notebook, MOCA Begins to Roll Out Future Exhibition Plans (LA Times) A Renaissance at the V&A […]


MOCA has named New York City art dealer Jeffrey Deitch as it’s new director.  It is a controversial and exciting choice because it blurs the line between the academic museum world and commercially driven art market.  Currently, no other major U.S. museum is overseen by a former gallery owner and Mr. Deitch certainly doesn’t fit […]


A New Boss and a Jolt of Real World Expertise: Jeffrey Deitch (NY Times) Artists Miffed Over Rothschild Foundation’s Missing Grant Money (NY Times) For China’s Western Expatriates, Creative Lives of Plenty (NY Times) Drawing Distinctions:  Rembrandt at the Getty (WSJ) Director of Getty Museum to Step Down (WSJ) Deitch’s Contract Has Safeguards Against Conflict […]


  WSJ:  Art World Jitters Ahead of Contemporary Art Auctions WSJ:  Elizabeth Peyton’s Portraits from Napoleon to Kurt Cobain LA Times:  The Annenberg Space for Photography NY Times:  USC Film School’s Historic New Look  NY Times:  Unusual Shaper of Talent,  Nicola Vassell of Deitch Projects NY Times:  Red Carpet at the 2009 Grammy Awards ARTINFO: […]



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