makes a point of refusing to distinguish between art and other commodities, and his seductive flat graphic designs are as likely to turn up in galleries on canvases as they are on T-shirts, skateboard decks and even agnes b. storefronts. His latest show, "installationview," which is accompanied by a gorgeous 288-page catalogue published by Rizzoli (that includes a brilliant essay by PAPER's own Carlo McCormick), involves a bright, delectably candylike environment of wall paintings explosively punctuated by several two-sided discs of various sizes. You'll want to move right in.
Deitch Projects, 76 Grand St., (212) 343-7200. Oct. 15 Nov. 5.