Jeff Koons sold pre-owned Hermès handbags as readymades.
"'It just fell out of the display,' said Ally Shapiro, one of the few collectors who witnessed the incident and snapped the above iPhone photo. 'The girl standing next to it had it cleaned up in five seconds.'"
Tuesday’s Art Basel Miami Beach Design/Miami fair ended in tragedy today, when one of Jeff Koons’ iconic balloon dogs inexplicably fell from the silver plate on which he sat, his compact glass physique shattering when it hit the floor. Show More Summary
"Bouquet of Tulips" is intended as a gesture of Franco-American solidarity following last year's terrorist attacks in the French capital. The post Jeff Koons Gifts a Big Bouquet of Ugly to the French appeared first on Hyperallergic.
[caption id="attachment_80753" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Jeff Koons[/caption] Fascinating/sad: ten illustrators discuss their work for the election, produced when they assumed Hillary Clinton would win the presidency. There’s even a GIF in there. Show More Summary
Bouquet of Tulips, currently being built, is to be installed on the plaza outside the Museum of Modern Art next year American artist Jeff Koons is giving Paris a monumental sculpture of a bunch of flowers in commemoration of the lives lost in the 2015 terrorist attacks in the French city. Show More Summary
American artist Jeff Koons announced he would give Paris a "Bouquet of Tulips" sculpture in honor of the victims of the November 2015 jihadist attacks.
American artist Jeff Koons announced on November 21 he would give Paris a "Bouquet of Tulips" sculpture as an offering of remembrance for the victims of the November 2015 jihadist attacks, city hall said.
American artist Jeff Koons on Monday announced he would give Paris a "Bouquet of Tulips" sculpture as an offering of remembrance for the victims of the November 2015 jihadist attacks, city hall said. The monumental work, which has yet to be built, will be 10 metres (34 feet) high, and be made of bronze, stainless steel and aluminium. Show More Summary
Whatever your opinion of the artist Jeff Koons, at least his latest reason for being in the news is philanthropic: The New York Times reports that the contemporary artist has donated a statue of a fist clutching a bunch of tulips — in his signature "balloon animal" style — to the people ... More »
His sculpture “Bouquet of Tulips” will be permanently installed next year in the plaza in front of the Museum of Modern Art and the Palais de Tokyo.
55 works that reflect the current trends in the art world, are live for bidding on artnet Auctions now through October 27. Featured artists include Ai Weiwei, Tracey Emin, Peter Halley, Jeff Koons, Yoko Ono, Sam Falls, Marilyn Minter, Richard Prince, Chuck Close, Theaster Gates, Guillermo Kuitca, Mickalene Thomas, and more. Show More Summary
Jeff Koons has just set up a new self-titled exhibition at Almine Rech’s Mayfair outpost consisting of two ballerina ready-mades from Koons’ Antiquity series, and a set of Old Master paintings such as Giotto’s The Kiss of Judas, Titian’s Pastoral Concert and Tintoretto’s The Origin of the Milky Way. The selection process for the exhibit was a […]
Oh, I think in the old days, we had arenas...The quote is from Vivek Ranadivé, the majority owner of the Sacramento Kings, who have a enormous new arena with a newly unveiled Jeff Koons sculpture. The sculpture is 18 feet tall and looks not like a king, but sort of like a teddy bear. Show More Summary
Jeff Koons’s “Coloring Book” sculpture outside the home of the Sacramento Kings is the latest example of the art world becoming a player in the sports world.
"Great artists are always complex and complicated figures. Unlike philosophers, they are also able to simplify matters, enabling understanding at a single glance by which all is revealed. Ut pictura poesis ? ?as is painting so is poetry?: an insight conjured by the Ancient Greeks and Romans. Show More Summary
The Jeff Koons Live Case features three sculptures inspired by his “Gazing Ball” series.
The work is a new version of the artist's "Coloring Book" statue.
Ask any car salesman: lying to the customer is a fine art. And when it came to the practice of that art, Bob was Picasso, he was Michelangelo, he was Jeff Koons, all wrapped up in a single grandfatherly persona. There was none better. Show More Summary
British artist Whatshisname, known for his popular Good Boy and Good Puppy pooping floor lamps, has created a wonderful squatting and pooping version of the iconic Jeff Koons sculpture “Balloon Dog” that he calls POPek Red. The statue is currently available for purchase via the artist’s online shop and comes in three different sizes – […]