The City of Sacramento and the Sacramento Kings announced $3 million in donations to acquire an original sculpture by world-renowned artist Jeff Koons. The sculpture would be showcased within the Entertainment and Sports Center (ESC) plaza and would mark the first artwork by Koons purchased by a municipality for permanent display. Show More Summary
Images via Jeff Koons loves basketball. Now, basketball loves Jeff Koons. Yesterday the Sacramento Kings announced their plans to commission an original sculpture by the artist to the healthy tune of $9.5 million. Selected by a panel...Show More Summary
Pop Art Comeback Announce that you like Jeff Koons and they’ll think you’re crazy or a capitalist running-dog lackey. Say you hate him and you’re just another anti-capitalist snooty spoilsport, without a sense of irony. So the best thing to do might be to avoid […]
Thirty-five works, from artists including Barbara Kruger, John Baldessari, Jeff Koons and Ed Ruscha, will be auctioned at Sotheby's to benefit the museum.
This week in art news: A 6.5-ton ground-to-air missile was installed beside London's Hayward Gallery, an appellate court ruled in favor of the Met's "pay what you wish" policy, and a Jeff Koons exhibition was cancelled due to "a lack of funding."
Play-Doh sculpture by the interns of artist Jeff Koons. Photo by Boss Tweed via Flickr For all its simplicity, it’s hard to deny that Play-Doh is one of the most successful toys of all time. A colored modeling clay just a cut above what...Show More Summary
I wrote most of the first two sections of this essay (Part 1) in March 2011, but never submitted it anywhere. I think I lost interest in the subject. I thought I wrote it well before the negative critiques would surely come rolling in, even before Koons’s retrospective at the Whitney in 2014.
Shiny on the outside, hollow on the inside. That is how the work of the American artist, Jeff Koons, has been generally described and received, not only by those who are less than affectionate toward it but also by those who like it...
An investigation into the ways in which the wealthy use art foundations to house their collections tax-free... the less-than-transparent art acquisition process at the National Gallery of Art... a summary of how the Jeff Koons retrospective is doing in France... and lots of follow-up on...
London designer Katie Eary once again presented a collection full of bold colors for Fall 2015. Inspired by contemporary artists Jenny Saville, Jeff Koons and KAWS, Eary presents eye-catching graphics and embroideries in this new… The post Katie Eary Fall 2015 Collection appeared first on Highsnobiety.
Jeff Koons and Takashi Murakami are among the artists donating work to benefit the 1 in 11 campaign, which aims to improve education for children.
Wu-Tang will auction "Once Upon A Time In Shaolin" through Paddle8, known for auctioning the works of contemporary art titans like Damien Hirst and Jeff Koons.
A second sculpture by Jeff Koons is conspicuously absent from his retrospective at the Centre Pompidou after a photographer's widow complained to the art star and the museum's administration that "Naked" (1988) constituted copyright infringement.
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 »