Jeffrey Deitch pulled two Wes Lang works from his exhibit at Deitch Projects, "Mail Order Monsters." Apparently, the gallery director told Lang that the work was "superficially incendiary" and offensive to the black community. Thus, the works that featured century-old African-American stereotypes were removed from the show. Although the artist was probably trying to bring up the conversation of slavery and black imagery in America, the images were still deemed offensive. This, however, comes as no surprise because Lang has always been known for his loaded images.