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06.07.10 Marina Galperina

People are really getting into these street art/sculptures/interactive rock formations in Union Square Park. Deitch Projects’ last public art installation, “Eleven Heavy Things” by the quirky, multi-disciplinary Miranda July provides ample things to stick your head, fingers and limbs through. In context. Gallery below. […]

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05.03.10 Bucky Turco

This TrustoCorp sign was installed on Wooster Street, suspiciously close to Deitch Projects, but you’ll have to draw your own conclusions as to who the art collective is specifically targeting. Photo: ANIMALNewYork […]

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04.30.10 Marina Galperina

Leading up to the opening of the show tomorrow, another gaping hole was punched through Shepard Fairey’s wall on Houston, one more mural popped up on the side of Cooper Square hotel (with its own security guard) as well as some scraps on the side of Pentagon ad agency by the street artist’s assistants. […]

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03.25.10 Marina Galperina

Since when does Shepard Fairey’s crew need to coax New Yorkers for permission to wheatpaste? Dangling prospects of a “genuine” mural allowing some lucky wall-owners to “experience the art and be a part of the OBEY phenomenon, in addition to contributing to the enhancement of the urban landscape,” Fairey sounds a little needy, but hey, […]

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03.15.10 Marina Galperina

NYC has lost one of its hot spot galleries this year, as Jeffrey Deitch abandoned Deitch Projects for a warm, cozy MOCA director gig. But Deitch Projects director Kathy Grayson brings good news via ArtInfo: artists formerly enjoying a Deitch association will have a new home. […]

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01.04.10 Will Sherman

Drawing art crowds not only inside galleries, but also outside as well, Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood has been heralded as “one of the most vibrant street-art scenes in the nation, if not the world.” Naturally, this new title comes with some controversy, according to the Biscayne Times. Artist BooksIII, who founded art collective Primary Flight to […]

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12.03.09 Will Sherman

Michael Jackson makes his latest posthumous appearance down at Miami’s art mess. Riding a white horse in gilded clothes and cape, the King of Pop was unveiled in a massive Kehinde Wiley painting inside Deitch Projects’ booth at the Basel art fair. […]

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09.28.09 Will Sherman

After teaming up with artist David Ellis on an arduous animated painting in Italy, Blu is solo and stateside, rolling out another massive mural in Long Island City. Commissioned by Deitch Projects, who also bankrolled Os Gêmeos’ recent mural, the Italian artist is peeling back the walls on the influential gallery’s studios to reveal a […]

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09.01.09 Will Sherman

Shirking the laborious painting process he’s known for, Kehinde Wiley showcases a collection of photographs of young, street fashionable African American men. Developed with the technical expertise of hip hop video director Hype Williams, “Black Light” opens at Deitch Projects’ 76 Grand Street space on Thursday night. Accompanying the opening from 6 to 9 PM, […]

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07.27.09 Will Sherman

Inside the paint splattered façade of 76 Grand Street, Deitch Projects has assembled a tribute to the late Dash Snow. In addition to some of the artist’s photos, collages, installations and graffiti, the community driven exhibition features countless snapshots from Snow’s life and memorial pieces from friends, fellow artists and graffiti writers. Above is a […]

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