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The Return of Jeffrey Deitch
After that pit stop in Los Angeles.
Deitch’s Last Show: Shepard Fairey Portraits
This exhibition will be his first and last under Deitch’s mantle.
Kehinde Wiley: The Photographs
After years of using his photos to paint from, Wiley decided to show the source material itself.
It’s a New York Art ‘Renaissance,’ Argues Upcoming Show
A show opening in Rome argues that right now is a glamorous and golden age of art in New York, one that will be remembered as a turning point in art history.
Os Gemeos Dedicate Their New Mural to Dash Snow
Vandals have also already tagged the mural with the phrase “Blog about this.”
Os Gemeos Begin Work on Their Mural
Their mural is currently being painted on the corner of Bowery and Houston.
Os Gemeos Tapped to Replace Haring’s Mural on Bowery and Houston
According to Deitch, “the mural will blend ideas from the artist’s daily life with the fantasy or ‘ludico’ world where the recognizable is harmonically blended with the abstract.”
Bowery and Houston Loses Its Keith Haring Mural
The Day-Glo corner just got a white paint job, in anticipation of a new mural.
Art Parade Canceled!
Deitch Project’s Art Parade is canceled owing to tomorrow’s expected tropical storm.
Russian Pair Paint Sunday in the Park With Giraffe, Parrot, and Catherine Zeta-Jones
Dubossarsky & Vinogradov’s ‘Summer Bubbles’ (2008).
Michel Gondry Bringing ‘Be Kind Rewind’ to Life at Deitch Gallery
This is a totally great idea, and we plan to be first in line.