Marking the end of an era, the amazing chronicle of the wild and wonderful world of Deitch Projects, the innovative and groundbreaking New York art gallery. From the inception of Deitch Projects in 1996, Jeffrey Deitch demonstrated he had the prescience of legendary dealers like Leo Castelli combined with the publicity instincts of P. T. Barnum. His unique approach to programming—a convergence of art, fashion, music, and pop culture—kept audiences and critics spellbound. Deitch created less a traditional gallery than a venue for experimentation in the visual arts, supporting artists as diverse as Shepard Fairey, Kehinde Wiley, Mariko Mori, assume vivid astro focus, and Tauba Auerbach. On the one-year anniversary of the closing of the gallery, this extraordinary volume chronicles each of the gallery’s more than 200 projects, with in-depth installation views and photos of the raucous opening parties. Deitch himself will pen the fascinating history of each project, giving the reader a glimpse into his creative genius as well as a deep understanding of the art he championed.