June 24, 2015 | Grand Opening of the street art museum, Coney Art Walls, curated by Joseph Sitt & Jeffrey Deitch, at Coney Island+ More details
NY1 News reports on Coney Art Walls, the art project created by Joe Sitt’s Thor Equities and curated by Jeffrey Deitch+ More details
Club Monaco partnered with advisor Jeffrey Deitch to present the crochet artwork of OLEK in an exclusive installation titled Endless Outburst This one-of-a-kind window display utilizes 250 pieces of Club Monaco clothing, which OLEK cut and crocheted, transforming vintage mannequins, a Victorian chaise lounge and chandelier forms into an enchanting sculptural installation. The artist continues her exploration of the fashion industry in Endless Outburst, by recycling clothing and samples from past and present Club Monaco collections — even the labels and the plastic bags the clothes were shipped in — OLEK speaks about the beauty of creating with one’s hands. The artist’s signature brightly colored work is featured in The Future of Fashion Is Now, the current exhibition at the Museum Bojimans Van Beuningen, Netherlands that addresses the fashion system and the role of clothing in today’s society. The installation for Club Monaco includes a short film by documentary filmmaker Helgi Felixson that shows the artist’s process. OLEK (b.1978, Poland) explores sexuality, feminist ideals and the evolution of communication through colors, conceptual exploration and meticulous detail. Her work has been exhibited in galleries, museums, and public spaces around the world, and in numerous publications and media including The New York Times, New York Magazine, Artforum, TimeOut New York, TIME Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, ARTINFO, The Huffington Post, Newsweek, Village Voice, CNN, ABC News, CBS News and NBC News. This message and any attached documents contain information which may be confidential, subject to privilege or exempt from disclosure under applicable law. These materials are intended only for the use of the intended recipient. If you are not the intended recipient of this transmission you are hereby notified that any distribution, disclosure, printing, copying, storage, modification or the taking of any action in reliance upon this transmission is strictly prohibited. Delivery of this message to any person other than the intended recipient shall not compromise or waive such confidentiality, privilege or exemption from disclosure as to this communication. If you have received this communication in error, please immediately notify the sender and delete the message from your system.+ More details
The art guru Jeffrey Deitch takes the filmmaker Alison Chernick around his new Los Angeles home and burgeoning art collection, following his appointment as the new director of the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art. Read the full feature on NOWNESS: http://bit.ly/1mgxCIt A film by Alison Chernick http://www.voyeurfilms.net/+ More details
On View March 6 - August 1, 2014 Mana Contemporary and Nyehaus are proud to present The Very Best of Judy Chicago, a major survey of key works from Chicago’s career and one of the select nationwide exhibitions and events celebrating the artist’s 75th her early output as well as many significant and monumental artworks that will be new to East Coast audiences. For more info visit: http://manacontemporary.com/exhibition/mana-contemporary-and-nyehaus-present-the-very-best-of-judy-chicago/+ More details
Opening May 22,23,24 7:30pm at the Henry Strater Theatre - Durango.CO www.HenryStraterTheatre.com+ More details
The New York Times says of Kim: "The coolest person in New York may well be a 58-year-old woman who wears cherry-colored glasses and a linen smock....is one of the two editors of Paper, the downtown magazine in its 26th year and is one of the genuine connectors in a city where power is often measured in terms of social circuitry. To say that Kim Hastreiter knows practically everyone who matters in the cultural life of this city is an understatement."+ More details
James Kalm schlumps to the Bowery to view this ambitious installation/exhibition. In his first major foray back into the New York art scene since concluding his controversial tenure as director of Los Angeles' Museum of Contemporary Art, Jeffrey Deitch presents "AREA". The 1980s have become the subject of much recent focus and rumination. Were they really as bad as all that? your correspondent makes a brief walkthrough tour of this recreatio0n of the iconic AREA night club, and documents the people and things that turned up in this futuristic return to the past. Curated by Jeffrey Deitch with Serge Becker, Eric Goode, Jennifer Goode and Glenn O’Brien A musical introduction is provided by Adam Road.+ More details
The filmmaker captures chef provocateur Craig Thornton's conceptual dining experience, exposing his raw and uncompromising approach to food. Read the full feature on NOWNESS: http://bit.ly/1j7oZIw A film by Jordan Bahat http://www.jordanbahat.com/+ More details
Jesse Dylan interviews Jeffrey Deitch about art.+ More details
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