Deitch Projects

Building at 18 Wooster Street, Manhattan, NY that housed Deitch Projects. Courtesy of the Swiss Institute.

76 Grand Street
18 Wooster Street
New York, New York 10013
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Deitch Projects, the New York gallery that Jeffrey Deitch (artist, writer, curator, dealer, and advisor) operated from 1996-2010, presented more than two-hundred-fifty projects by artists from thirty-three countries. It was a unique organization, more like a private Institute of Contemporary Art than a commercial gallery. In addition to its gallery exhibitions, Deitch Projects was known for its performance program and public events like the Art Parade. The gallery’s program is documented in Live the Art, Fifteen Years of Deitch Projects, published by Rizzoli in 2014. Deitch closed the gallery to become Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.


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