Three years into his five year contract, Jeffrey Deitch resigned as the director of LA’s Museum of Contemporary Art. Deitch, an initially controversial choice, entered the museum with a successful art dealing background, rather than the traditional academic, museum-based past. Deitch’s MOCA work was divisive and pop-culture oriented, drawing to mind the ambitious exhibitions he helmed at his NYC-based Deitch Projects gallery. Official reasons for the split remain unannounced, but there’s no doubt wherever Deitch goes next, his career will continue to merit a following.
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