The Moderna Museet is presenting Sculpture After Sculpture, a major exhibition that brings together the work of three of today?s most esteemed artists, Katharina Fritsch, Jeff Koons, and Charles Ray ? three innovators whose parallel endeavors have reinvented the traditions of their art form. Show More Summary
The Centre Pompidou in Paris has withdrawn this porcelain sculpture from its retrospective of the works of Jeff Koons, following an accusation of plagiarism by Franck Davidovici, who created a similar image for an advertisement for French clothing brand Naf-Naf. Show More Summary
A sculpture by US pop artist Jeff Koons has been pulled from a retrospective of his work at the Centre Pompidou in Paris after he was accused of ripping off a French clothing advert, the museum said Tuesday. The multi-million-euro artwork...Show More Summary
A work by Jeff Koons in his retrospective in Paris could set off a legal battle.
At what point does artistic appropriation become copyright infringement? A Jeff Koons sculpture has reopened the 50-year-old debate.
J’accuse, indeed! It appears that even the most selfie’d artist of the year, Jeff Koons, isn’t untouchable. In fact, as the AFP and Artnet News are reporting, the artist has been slapped with his fourth copyright infringement suit. This time, the bobo French brand Naf Naf has found similarities between its 1985 advertisement of a woman supine... More »
Like many of us, celebrities have an opinion or two when it comes to art. So we asked 24 notable figures from Jeff Koons to Jenny Slate about the works they’d like to buy or borrow from museums, their thoughts on galleries, and the masterpieces they create in secret.Peter Gallagher“I... More »
A French adman has accused US mega-artist Jeff Koons of stealing an idea from his 1985 Naf Naf advert to make a multi-million-euro artwork, a source close to the case said Wednesday. Franck Davidovici was the author of ad campaigns for...Show More Summary
PARIS — As we well know, Jeff Koons looms large as the major symptom of the hype, hubris, and money that have swamped the global art scene.
The frazzle from Art Basel, oodles of art and money, the rise and fall of American tent cities, the gentrification industrial complex. Plus: rethinking L.A.’s Pershing Square, Jeff Koons designs a book cover, and a sculpture about sexual aids that is inspiring the purchase of, um, said...
A condo building in Bal Harbour, Florida, is offering each of its buyers 1/240th ownership of two Jeff Koons sculptures that will eventually be placed outside the tower. And people say art isn't good for anything.
Simon & Schuster has revealed the cover image for Brian Grazer’s new book A Curious Mind: The Secret to a Bigger Life. Artist Jeff Koons created the design for the Academy Award–winning producer’s book. “When we began discussing a design for the jacket of my book, Jeff Koons was the first person I thought of,” said Grazer in a statement. Show More Summary
If there is a patron saint of what Art Basel Miami Beach both aspires to be and can’t help but fall into, it might be Jeff Koons, whose art is so delighted with its relationship to the market, this deliberately optimistic Pop universe of digestible wealth. I was thinking about... More »
Ai Weiwei, Jeff Koons and other pop art devotees.
The Centre Pompidou is presenting the first exhaustive retrospective devoted to Jeff Koons in Europe. This unprecedented exhibition makes it possible to fully appreciate a body of work that has marked the contemporary artistic and cultural landscape for 35 years. Show More Summary
The Jeff Koons retrospective has closed, the Whitney Museum has packed up and moved downtown. And so the balloon dog-covered leggings from Candy Kirby are on sale, for 40% off. organic cotton leggings in balloon dog, $22.80 0-3mo to 4T [candykirbydesigns via dt hero @langealexandra]
He may be the highest-selling artist alive, but on his first day at art school Jeff Koons had a crushing realisation: he "knew nothing" about the world he was about to join. Today likened to the pop art icon Andy Warhol, the teenage Koons was lucky to survive the bolt that hit him as a 17-year-old newcomer to the Maryland Institute College of Art. Show More Summary
Jeff Koons is one of the most popular and successful artists in the world, and he has never had any sort of reluctance about the pleasures of capitalism. But just because global capitalists love you doesn’t mean you can’t get pushed out by gentrification (apparently). The family that has for... More »
Are you an artist or arts collective who has more in common with Pablo Helguera and Mel Chin than Jeff Koons and Damien Hirst? Well, then scroll over to A Blade of Grass and apply for the organization’s annual $20,000 Fellowship for Socially Engaged Art (artists Pablo Helguera and Mel Chin were two of last year’s recipients).
Perhaps inspired by Jeff Koons’s recent work with Birkin bags, Kim Kardashian took yesterday as an occasion to call attention to the fact that she, too, owns an Hermès bag that has been touched by the hands of a promising artist. She showed up for a business meeting in Woodland Hills... More »