Reminiscent of Jeff Koons’ famous Balloon Dog sculptures, this 80-foot-tall inflatable red Balloon Dog is the work of artist Paul McCarthy. It was installed at the Frieze New York Art Fair. We think it looks like either a fantastic new...Show More Summary
Carl Swanson profiles Jeff Koons, who has two major gallery shows in New York and a full-career retrospective at the Whitney Museum next summer: I am very conscious of the viewer because that’s where the art takes place,” he once told an interviewer. “My work really strives to put the viewer in a certain kind […]
The Pop artist flexes his business muscles and crowd-pleasing prowess with two new shows in New York. Sensation-seeking Jeff Koons opens his newest exhibition at the Gagosian Gallery in New York this week. New Paintings and Sculpture...Show More Summary
Jeff Koons layers ancient sculptures and popular images, Charles Atlas collaborates with sound artists, Ai Wei Wei explores medical disaster in Hong Kong, and more.
Gagosian Gallery presents Jeff Koons?s first major exhibition at Gagosian New York, following exhibitions at Gagosian London and Gagosian Los Angeles over the last decade. It takes the form of a rich sampling of several major bodiesShow More Summary
Art fair week used to pain my sensitive art heart. Now all that's changed; this year, we have a booth! This weekend, we'll be heading to Frieze, NADA, Pulse, and Cutlog, and major openings of Jeff Koons, Jack Goldstein, and the Parsons Festival.
[caption id="attachment_51003" align="alignright" width="620" caption="Jeff Koons stands in front of his masterpiece, the BMW."][/caption] New York Mag has a colossal profile on Jeff Koons, his fame, and his lack of respect. [NY Mag] The Parsons Festival of talks, workshops, and openings is in full swing. Show More Summary
Honk Honk Honk! Honk! Jeff Koons’s 5-year-old son, Eric, is blowing a yellow plastic toy horn in his face, and the preternaturally unruffled artist is, for a human second, irritated. “Stop,” says Koons. “No blowing the horn.” “It’s mine,” Eric says. “It’s not yours,” Koons says. “It’s Dad’s.” Then he ... More »
Warhol settled three times, and then played by the rules. Jeff Koons settled four times and then won. Sherry Levine avoids intellectual property pitfalls by agreeing not to sell. The Shep lost a big one to AP, but has otherwise ducked controversy. Show More Summary
Posted on 04.8.2013 14:00 by Kirby Garlitos Art cars have long had a history with BMW; after all, one of the most famous of these creatively designed models was made by Jeff Koons when he not only decked a BMW M3 GT2 in full artistic regalia but also proceeded to race it at the 24 Hours of Le Mans where it eventually crashed. Show More Summary
Jeff Koons and Henry Moore with their sculptures, Coco Chanel and her designs, Seishonagon and her writing, all unique and all just as iconic as the work of Japanese-born Paris-based artist Kimiko Yoshida, whom we engage today in conversation. Show More Summary
“One of the things I wanted to prove is that you don’t have to be a Larry Gogosian or a Jeff Koons and plunk down 10 or 15 grand to make something happen. I think if you’re creative and energetic you can do whatever you want for a penny ninety-eight.” Wise words from painter/guerilla documentarian [...]
In 1985, world-renowned Greek art collector Dakis Joannou acquired One Ball Total Equilibrium Tank after viewing the work at Jeff Koons’s “Equilibriums” exhibition in the Lower East Side in New York City. In many respects One Ball Total Equilibrium Tank functions as a keystone piece indicative of the ideology and focus of Koons’ artistic practice, which [...]
Yoko Ono is probably one of the most active people her age. She just presented her 2013 Courage Award for the Arts to Julian Assange of WikiLeaks, has stood behind Pussy Riot, and is campaigning with Jeff Koons and Lady Gaga for Artists...Show More Summary
French artist Xavier Veilhan sometimes draws comparisons to Jeff Koons for his brightly colored, radically simplified sculptures. Both deal with monumentality and both locate their imagery within a type of popular, or collective imagination.
Works by LaToya Ruby Frazier and Jeff Koons travel to Rome, Pierre Huyghe wins the Haftmann Prize, Laylah Ali's Greenheads meetup in Minneapolis.
Photos: Canstruction New York and Kevin Wick Photography Create a Jeff Koons-style balloon dog out of 3,500 tins of crab meat? Can do! The team fielded by Gensler and WSP Flack + Kurtz created this canine, “Can’s Best Friend,” who perches...Show More Summary
How's this for a Valentine's Day gesture? As a generous token of love to its customers, Wyn Las Vegas has unveiled a massive Tulips by Jeff Koons installation, which the Group acquired for a heart-pounding US$33.6 million Read the rest of the story at: A Very Dear Bouquet: Wynn Buys Tulips by Jeff Koons for US$33.6M
Photo via Curbed NY/click to enlarge! As part of this year's Canstruction, a massive hunger-relief drive in NYC, two-dozen teams of architects and designers crafted enormous structures—buildings, statues, furniture, Jeff Koons balloon dogs, the Staten Island Ferris Wheel—from more than...
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