The Artist Series with Gavin McInnes: Kathy Grayson Part 3 - ON THE TOPIC OF DEITCH
Episode Five of the New York Art Department x Rooster/NY Artist Series with Gavin McInnes, featuring Kathy Grayson.
In the third and final installment of this three-part interview, Gavin and Kathy talk about why The Hole is called The Hole; Bruce La Bruce; her relationship with Jeffrey Deitch, his move to LA and his work at LA MOCA; The LA art scene; art and comedy; and other various topics.
Kathy Grayson is the founder and owner of The Hole, one New York City’s most influential avant-guarde contemporary galleries. An artist in her own right Kathy is also former Deitch Projects Director and continues to collaborate with Jeffrey Deitch (Part 3 of the interview). Watch the first two parts of this interview where Gavin and Kathy talk about artist and mutual friend, the late Dash Snow here; and about Datamoshing here.
New York Art Department co-founders met Kathy Grayson years ago as she began her career with Jeffrey Deitch where they worked together on the ALIFE SHOP at Deitch Projects. They’ve collaborated on multiple projects since, including the Art Machine and Private Property installations; and The Hole Shop.
Rooster is an advertising agency/production company hybrid with offices in New York. New York Art Department met Rooster thanks to the company’s Creative Director, long-time friend, the legendary Gavin McInnes.