Hollywood Sentinel New Issue Features Art World’s Most Powerful Jeffrey Deitch

The new issue of The Hollywood Sentinel launched this weekend, featuring Bruce Edwin’s exclusive interview with MOCA Director Jeffrey Deitch. MOCA, The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, is headed by Mr. Deitch, who is considered by many to be the most powerful person in the world of art today.

Known as a tough, yet brilliant dealer, Mr. Deitch helped raise the value of his clients’ works including the value of artists, such as Andy Warhol, among many others. In 2006, he reportedly bought Bridget Riley’s Untitled ‘Diagonal Curve,’ 1966, at Sotheby’s for $2.1M, nearly three times its $730,000 appraisal.

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In addition to the exclusive interview with Jeffrey Deitch by Bruce Edwin discussing artist Kenneth Anger, The Hollywood Sentinel’s new issue also features exclusive interviews with NBA Super Fan Jim Goldstein (named a multi-billionaire by Forbes), Hollywood’s Magic Castle Creator Milt Larsen, and the man with the largest movie poster collection in the world- Dwight Cleveland, among more.

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