Phillips will offer Naked from Jeff Koons? Banality Series at the 20th Century & Contemporary Art Evening Sale on 8 May in New York. A seminal work from the pivotal series that is credited with launching the artist to international fame, it is offered at auction for the first time having been in the current collection for over 25 years. Show More Summary
Spring is finally springing, so here’s a history of floral still lifes— from the Renaissance to bouquets in the stratosphere.
It's the opportunity to get original artwork from the likes of Yoko Ono and Jeff Koons for under a hundred bucks—and help fund Visual AIDS' important work. read more
At the dawn of the 61st year of the king of kitsch, we've collected some of the best (and worst) things ever said about the polarizing power player.
“It’s a work in which Koons fully appropriated his source, Sherrie Levine–style,” Harrison added. “So in this instance, the case for Koons having transformed the original would have to rely almost entirely on the status of Koons’ work as art. From an aesthetic point of view, it’s difficult not to see this as pure pilfering, […]
On this week’s art crime blotter: a photographer sued Jeff Koons over a painting from 1986, an art thief tagged the artist in an Instagram post of his loot, and Nicolas Cage agreed to return a stolen dinosaur skull.
President Obama narrows the list of potential architects for his presidential library as Los Angeles winnows the list of architects to remake Pershing Square. Plus: New Orleans removes Confederate statues, critic Jerry Saltz considers the pluses and minuses of public-private space, and Joanne McNeil...
“Jeff Koons, a US pop artist whose works can fetch millions, is facing allegations he used a New York photographer’s commercial photo” – in an ad for Gordon’s Gin – “from the 1980s in a painting without permission or compensation, according to a lawsuit filed Monday.”
RIAA secures $17 million judgment against Grooveshark clone, Jeff Koons again sued for copyright infringement and Grumpy Cat is grumpy.
The coming together of the world of visual arts and the world of beauty (and fashion) is nothing new. I still have the special edition Jeff Koons bottle that Kiehl's introduced a few years ago, and continue to be fascinated by the collaborations between NARS makeup and various visual artists, among other brands. Show More Summary
Gagosian Gallery is presenting a new series of paintings by Jeff Koons entitled Gazing Ball. In this series, Koons is in dialogue with artists of the past, such as Titian, El Greco, Courbet, and Manet, among others. The works deal with the power of artistic gesture. Show More Summary
Two new BMW art cars are coming, based on the latest M6 GT3 race car. The last BMW art car was an M3 GT2 painted by artist Jeff Koons in 2010. Maserati’s Levante SUV is nearing the end of its long gestation. Our latest spy shots and video show that the vehicle will be much sleeker and sportier than your average SUV. Another vehicle almost...
This week’s opening of Jeff Koons’s Gazing Ball exhibition has us thinking about balls. Blue balls. Big, iridescent blue violet balls communing viewers with the ancient times, the metaphysical, the artistic gesture, the universe—space, the final frontier, and, the reflected self. Show More Summary
Dear #JeffKoons, no. Just no. A photo posted by JiaJia Fei ? (@vajiajia) on Nov 11, 2015 at 12:22pm PST For his current exhibition at Gagosian Gallery, Peter Pan's long lost uncle Jeff Koons is taking paintings he "enjoys" from art history...Show More Summary
This week's parties brought out an eclectic bunch — everyone from Zendaya to Julie Andrews to Jeff Koons. Meryl Streep and Carey Mulligan hung out at the London premiere of Suffragette, and Helena Bonham Carter even brought her mom along to the after-party. Over in L.A., Rihanna revealed the artwork for her next album... More »
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Jean-Michel Basquiat: Now’s the Time Guggenheim Bilbao, until 1 November Jeff Koons: Retrospective Guggenheim Bilbao, until 27 September Manhattan in the late 1970s early 1980s was, by all accounts, a… Continue reading The post If only they were a bit less cool: Jean-Michel Basquiat and Jeff Koons at the Guggenheim Bilbao appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
This week (weeks?) has been all about the Broad museum. The architecture. The art. The gala. All those Jeff Koons sculptures. Which means that flocks of national and international design critics have descended on Los Angeles to kick the tires on Eli Broad's latest cultural venture. A lot of them...
What: Inaugural exhibition will feature works by more than 60 artists, including John Baldessari, Andy Warhol, Ed Ruscha, Jasper Johns, Barbara Kruger, Cindy Sherman, Mark Bradford, Jeff Koons and Roy Lichtenstein.
The world's most expensive living artist discusses his work and the controversies surrounding his creations and career.