Well, at least they will try. Ever since Jeffrey Deitch was appointed Director of MOCA, the big question was, who was going to continue to represent their impressive line-up of artists. Today the news have come out that the gap will be filled by The Hole Gallery, run by the two former directors of Deitch Projects.
“Today, the answer was announced. According to an article by the Wall Street Journal, that hole is going to be attempted to be filled by – The Hole, a gallery run by former directors at Deitch Projects – Kathy Grayson and Meghan Coleman. It is scheduled to open June 26, with a group show consisting of at least nine artists from the Deitch roster. Future planned projects include a solo show by Mat Brinkman and an installation by Kenny Scharf.” Via AM.
These are good news and The Hole will certainly quickly rise in the New York art machinery. Something to look out for!