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Deitch Projects


Deitch Projects was a New York-based contemporary art gallery founded in 1996 by Jeffrey Deitch. Inspired by the visual theme of a classic ice-cream truck (which Deitch Projects did own and operate during its openings and events) their first-ever website launched in 2005 and presented the work of 30+ gallery artists alongside a comprehensive catalog of all of their past and upcoming exhibitions and events. Designed by Kiss Me I’m Polish, with illustrations by Rick Farr, the website also boasted a custom-built Content Management System that allowed gallery staff to update and edit all content themselves.

Deitch Projects closed its doors in the Summer of 2010, when Jeffrey Deitch accepted the director position at L.A.’s Museum of Contemporary Art.

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  • Art Direction + Visual Design
  • Illustration
  • Front- and Back-end Development
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