Tag Archives: Kathy Grayson

Kathy’s World

It’s a hilarious thing to look back on now, but the fact is that about eight years ago Kathy Grayson’s MySpace blog was better than many of the major art websites which updated their content daily. This was apparent to me the first time I lost an evening browsing through her posts, and was made [...]

Not Quite Open for Business

The first show at The Hole, Not Quite Open for Business, is opening this Saturday. The Hole is the new venture of former Deitch directors Kathy Grayson and Meghan Coleman, launched after Jeffrey Deitch’s sudden departure for the West Coast. They have spent the last few months putting together a number of shows, two of [...]

Rosson Crow’s Bowery Boys

Rosson Crow’s new book, Bowery Boys, features paintings, photographs and inspiration from her recent show at the now defunct Deitch, with a text by Kathy Grayson (now of The Hole). The show explored bad boys from the 1880′s to 1980′s and the influence of the drugged out, sexed up, grafitti lifestyle on today’s art world [...]