The pop-artist joins forces with ceramic masters Bernardaud for new additions to his balloon sculpture collection
Ukrainians took to the internet Thursday to lambaste star US artist Jeff Koons over his latest New York installation, a huge sculpture that appears remarkably similar to a work by a Ukrainian artist who died in 1993. Koons has said his...Show More Summary
Koons based the 45-foot-tall inflatable, currently installed at Rockefeller Center in Manhattan, on his 2015 stainless-steel sculpture of the same name. It turns out that both of them bear the proverbial striking resemblance to a porcelain titled Balerina Lenochka by Oksana Zhnikrup and the The Kiev Experimental Ceramic-Art Factory. Show More Summary
A look at this week's art news, including Jeff Koons' new public art installation at Rockefeller Center, and events and exhibitions everywhere from Chicago to Shanghai.
[caption id="attachment_82971" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Jeff Koons' sculpture "Play-Doh 1994-2014" has paved the way for Donald Trump, according to Alex Melamid. Is it because there's a melty orange blob in the center and a weird...Show More Summary
Kiehl?s Since 1851 and Art Production Fund are presenting Jeff Koons?s Seated Ballerina, a large-scale public art installation, hosted by Tishman Speyer at Rockefeller Center from May 12 ? June 2, 2017. The inflatable nylon sculpture stands 45 feet high and depicts a seated ballerina from the artist?s iconic Antiquity series. Show More Summary
On Friday, a 45-foot-tall inflatable sculpture was unveiled right in the middle of Rockefeller Center. The Seated Ballerina is the work of Jeff Koons, and is part of his Antiquity series. The piece, brought to life in conjunction with...Show More Summary
Gagosian is presenting an exhibition of recent and new work by Jeff Koons. Making use of conceptual constructs including the ancient, the everyday, and the sublime, Koons creates luxurious icons and elaborate tableaux, which, beneath their captivating exteriors, engage the viewer in a metaphysical dialogue with cultural history. Show More Summary
Patrons and supporters of The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles arrived at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA on the evening of Saturday, April 29 to honor Jeff Koons at its 38th annual star-studded gala?raising over $3 million to benefit the museum's exhibition program and growing collection. Show More Summary
The world-famous millionaire artist doesn't have much to say about wealth or white male privilege — but his body of work speaks volumes.
MOCA's annual gala was a celebrity and art star-studded affair drenched in vibrant colors and shimmering surfaces worthy of its honoree, Jeff Koons.
For its latest collaboration, Louis Vuitton teamed up with pop artist Jeff Koons on a limited line of accessories. Inspired by Koons’s “Gazing Ball” paintings the Masters collection features handbags and accessories designed with iconic masterpieces from artists like Da Vinci, Titian, Rubens, Fragonard and Van Gogh. Show More Summary
A new pop-up store features the brand's collaboration with artist Jeff Koons.
Jeff Koons is having a moment — again. The artist’s solo show of new and recent works, his first here in five years, opens at Gagosian gallery in Beverly Hills on Thursday. He's also being honored at the annual Museum of Contemporary Art gala on Saturday. The gala promises to be a bright and shiny...
Art openings around Los Angeles and beyond.
Louis Vuitton is a brand famous for its (occasional) willingness to collaborate. Over the years, the French luxury house has tapped everyone from Yayoi Kusama to Supreme to Stephen Sprouse, allowing various disparate visions to become part of the Louis Vuitton story for a season or two. Not only have these joint collections sparked various […]
The Power of Love Gala auctions a one-ton marble piano, a jaunt on Frank Gehry’s sailboat, dinner with Jeff Koons and more… Livia Hooson
Brand: Louis Vuitton Cup Season: 2017 Key Pieces: The bright yellow windbreaker and blue stripe shorts. Editor’s Notes: Between its collaborations with Supreme, fragment design and artist Jeff Koons, you could be forgiven thinking Louis...Show More Summary